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The aroma of this beer is bright and fruity and the flavor follows suit with a lightly bitter, dry finish. It's soft and balanced and is brewed to be highly drinkable.
You will find the aroma is floral with deep undertones of citrus peel. The flavor profile is dominated by the Citra hops we used, without being overly bitter.
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
An Imperial Stout that throws off aromas of fig and raisin. The flavor is roasty and slightly bitter with a light, dry nuttiness on the finish.
Old meets new in this Pilsner with a traditional malt base that is then hopped with New World hops. It is very light and refreshing with notes of lemon/lime and green tea in the aroma.
This beer has super bright aromas of peach and ripe mango. It has a nice balanced flavor profile, showcasing pink grapefruit and melon, all rounded out by a soft mouthfeel.
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.
This is the "juiciest" hoppy beer we've made yet and the name is best read using your E.T. voice. In the aroma you'll get peaches and a cotton candy sweetness. The flavor will follow with tons of fruitiness like mandarin oranges, all delivered with a delicate, pillowy mouthfeel.
As brewers, we each have our favorite brews and style preferences. When we conceived this one, we took two of our favorite beers and married them, while also adding our own twist. The result is this bitter, juicy, opaque IPA. Cheers to those who came before us!
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.
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.