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You'll find this beer tastes less roasty than many other stouts you may have tried. The post fermentation addition of cacao nibs from Zoe's Chocolates in Wayneboro, PA, adds a hint of dark chocolate in the aroma and flavor. Taste how it changes as it warms in your hands.
This IPA was brewed with a hefty dose of Spelt malt in addition to other base grains and the following hops: Simcoe, Amarillo, Motueka, Kohatu, and Vic Secret. It has an orchard fruit aroma on the nose and a dry, but fruity, grape skin like flovor on the palate
Peace Among Worlds, our collaboration with White Rabbit Gastropub in Frederick, MD, was brewed to commemorate our One Year Anniversary. This hazy IPA is loaded with Citra, Mosaic, Vic Secret and Enigma hops.
We brewed this to be true to style, so this beer is rich with just enough traditional German hops to keep the malt in check. It showcases a bready flavor with a malt derived sweetness and is relatively easy to drink considering the ABV.
This beer is a second runnings beer that was made from the grains used to brew Indian Winter Porter. The aroma is grainy, roasty, and slightly sweet. The flavor follows suit with a clean lager finish.
NEIPA. It's a thing. This one smells of honeydew melon, orchard fruit, and hints of clover honey. The flavor, coupled with the soft mouthfeel, reminds us of an orange creamsicle.
This Rye IPA is hopped with Columbus, Citra, and Hallertau Blanc. The aroma is an intense fruitiness, with citrus undertones. It comes off slightly more bitter (even though it isn't) than most of our other IPAs to date. This is mostly due to the interaction between the hops and the malted rye, which adds a hint of spiciness.
A beer that tastes like, wait for it... "Beer!" What a concept, right? We shamelessly brewed this specifically for out light beer drinking friends. Hell, we even drink it once in a while!
Simply put, this New England DIPA was brewed to satisfy hopheads craving dank aroma and bitterness, with a touch of the juiciness this style is known for. Take a huge whiff before tasting as the complex aroma bursting with citrus, tangerine, pine and tropical fruits will enhance the drinking experience.
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!
This is a relatively complex Brown Ale that is malty, rich, and nutty on the palate. The aroma presents a light caramel sweetness with a hint of dark fruit. It has the perfect amount of English hops added for balance.
Hazy, soft, dank, and juicy. Big orange and melon citrus notes in the aroma followed by back end bitterness to balance it out. Enjoy this juice bomb kiddos!