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A clean and crisp, traditional dark German lager. The aroma has notes of light roast coffee and dark chocolate. The flavor is bread crust and roast, with a dry finish
This beer carries aromas of jolly rancher candy, pineapple, and light evergreen. It has a medium mouthfeel, with a lactose sweetness. It reminds us of peach smoothie and strawberry oatmeal.
The aroma comes across as dank and zesty. In the flavor profile, you will find notes of papaya, tropical fruit, and rock candy. This was conceived and brewed by our brewer Brady H. and we are very proud of how it turned out!
A malt driven, clean blonde ale that is low in bitterness and brewed with a touch of bitter orange peel to add a citrus character to the aromatics of the beer.
We brewed this in collaboration with our friends at Adroit Theory. This enormous stout spent time on chocolate and hazelnuts, giving it a decadent, dessert like quality.
The aroma and flavor on this Double IPA is all pineapple and mixed fruit cup. It's soft, hazy, and easy to drink considering the ABV.
A hazy, crushable IPA with a bouquet of fruit, berries, and pine. The flavor is lightly jammy with a bready malt backbone to balance.
Huge amounts of roasted barley and chocolate come together in a surprisingly smooth and drinkable stout. Bring out the heavy artillery!
A true session beer that originated across the pond. The style was originally brewed to differentiate from an English Mild. You should find fruity esters in the aroma and taste, paired with a moderate hop bitterness from traditional English hops.
It's like a vacation for your mouth. This heavily hopped pale is tropical and juicy with restrained bitterness. You'll find notes of stone fruit in both the flavor and aroma. Even on the toughest day, it will remind you that it's Always Sunny somewhere.
A hop cocktail of Simcoe, Mosaic, and Amarillo. Aroma is sticky, tropical resin. Finish is clean and dry. All the hop flavor you would expect from a DIPA packed into a sessionable pale.
Our interpretation of a Berliner Weisse, a traditional German sour beer. It has a nice lactic tartness that is married to a doughy, slightly grainy flavor. This should be nothing more than an easy drinker that is light and refreshing on a hot day. Germans drink it “mit schuss,” which in this case means adding a shot of our homemade mixed berry syrup to the beer. Prost!