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A hop cocktail of Simcoe, Mosaic, and Amarillo, souped-up with an additional dry hop of Denali. 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.
This beer was brewed using only "cold side" hops. It has a very bright aroma with notes of pine and citrus. On the palate you will find an almost complete lack of bitterness, which let's the malt come through more than our normal IPAs.
Soft and light on the palate. This beer is low in bitterness and carries notes of mango, pine, and papaya in the flavor and the aroma.
A true English "session" beer. This beer is low in alcohol, light bodied, dry, and refreshing. You'll find traces of fresh baked bread and dark chocolate in the aroma. The flavor profile is of crackers, roast, and light toffee.
This beer carries strong aromas of peach and overripe cantaloupe. The flavor is mixed fruit cup with a very light resinous pine that fades into a semi-dry finish.
A hazy, crushable IPA with a bouquet of fruit, berries, and pine. The flavor is lightly jammy with a bready malt backbone to balance.
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.
A bold, smooth-bodied concoction with dark-roasted coffee aromas and flavors give way to semi-sweet chocolate. We round out this velvety delight with a dose of flaked oatmeal for a creamy body and a semi-dry finish. Pretty unforgettable if you ask us!
All Citra Double IPA brewed in the style of Northeast IPAs. Aroma is bright with strong tropical citrus notes of pineapple and papaya. We went heavy handed with each hop addition to give fellow hop heads the Face Chop of bitterness we all crave!
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!
This Porter is just a bit bigger than our standard, but not quite imperial. We brewed this beer based on one of our Vermont friend’s recipes (thanks, Fogg!). It has cold brewed coffee and Madagascar vanilla bean additions.