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A blonde ale with a nice dry-hop twist. A combination of hops and malts help create an aroma and taste that has notes of pears, straw, and rounded out with a touch of breadiness. This beer is light, medium bodied, and sure to be an easy drinker.
A collab pastry sour with our friends from Portland, Maine, Definitive Brewing Company. This cheesecake inspired beer contains notes of cherry, chocolate, and milk sugar to recreate this delicious dessert.
We brewed this beer to experiment with a new to us and unique hop varietal, Sabro. The Sabro imparts an aroma and flavor of coconut, while other hops used round the beer out with notes of lime and grapefruit.
This beer has a pleasant aroma of citrus zest and candied pineapple. The hops used in this beer create tropical flavors, which are then intertwined with sweetness provided from the lactose creating a medium creamy body.
A blend of old school and new school hops used in this beer creates an aroma of dank pineapple mixed with orange rinds. Candied tangerines, pineapple, pine, and a subtle bit of grassiness show up in the beer's flavor profile. This beer is medium bodied and finishes lightly bitter.
Soft, balanced, and dry. Brewed with Amarillo, Centennial, and Simcoe, this beer showcases the floral, citrus, and pine notes these hops are known for.
In honor of long, hot summer days, we decided to brew a much smaller version of Cush. We used the same ingredients with a few recipe tweaks to balance the low ABV and still maintain body and flavor.
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.
Huge amounts of roasted barley and chocolate come together in a surprisingly smooth and drinkable stout. Bring out the heavy artillery!
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.
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.
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.