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Brewed in the Helles style, this beer is bready on the palate and uses traditional German hops that provide a pleasant floral/herbal aroma.
This non-hazy double IPA is the intersection of East and West Coast styles. It is aromatic with notes of stone fruit and tangerine. It's very well balance on the palate with a restrained bitterness that lingers in the finish. You'll get hints of pine and citrus with a light honey sweetness.
A soft and easy to drink pale ale with a blend of old school and new school hops. The aroma is floral and full of grapefruit, with a dank citrus flavor profile. It's well balanced and dry on the finish.
We brewed this beer with Citra, Simcoe, and Amarillo. It has the aroma of apricot, citrus, and wine grapes. The flavor follows suit and with a nice granola like malt backbone.
This beer is very aromatic with notes of lemon lime zest, candied citrus, and light melon. On the palate, the soft mouthfeel is coupled with mandarin orange like fruitiness.
This beer was brewed to be more like Porters of old. It's very dark brown in color with an aroma of light smoke and wet tobacco as a result of the dry hopping. You'll find bittersweet dark chocolate and light roast in the flavor accompanied by a medium light body.
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!
For lovers of brown ales, we offer something slightly different. This beer is malt focused with the hops taking an extreme back seat. It has a very light butterscotch sweetness up front, but that quickly fades to a biscuity dryness on the back end.
This beer is a take on our original Fog at Daybreak recipe using a French yeast strain that adds additional lemon notes and a clean aroma finish.
Dank. Dank. Did I say Dank? 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. The oat addition adds a haze to the body which led to the name of the beer.
The name says it all. This is a low alcohol, approachable Belgian style Saison that lets the yeast do the talking. You’ll find the aroma to be slightly fruity with hints of banana, but the flavor will come across with light black pepper and spice. If you like “light” beers or wheat beers, give this one a shot.
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!