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A malt driven, clean blonde ale that is low in bitterness and brewed with a touch of bitter orange peel to add a citrus character to the aromatics of the beer.
This is a tart Saison that spent 18 months in Big Cork red wine barrels. It is tart and fruity from the mixed fermentation and it finishes dry with a slightly oaky, tannic finish.
We increased this favorite to an imperial version so expect even bigger orange and citrus notes within the aroma and finish followed by a our classic back end bitterness to balance it out.
This bourbon barrel aged beer carries aromas of sweet malt, earthy hops, and dark fruit. It has a medium body and boasts flavors of oak, biscuits, toffee, and complex alcohol. It has a firm hop bitterness to prevent it from being too sweet on the palate.
We brewed this in collaboration with our friends at Adroit Theory. This enormous stout spent time on chocolate and hazelnuts, giving it a decadent, dessert like quality.
Brewed in collaboration with our friends at Elder Pine Brewing & Blending . Harvest Feast is an oat & rye saison brewed with orange peel, lemon verbena, and lemondrop hops.
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.
This is a bigger, bolder version of Cush. It has a bouquet of pineapple and papaya in the aroma, followed up with stone fruit and pine in the flavor profile. You find that it has a medium body with a creamy mouthfeel.
Our base version of Rambo already has huge amounts of roasted barley and chocolate. This variant was aged in Painted Stave Bourbon Barrels creating viscous notes of milk chocolate, vanilla, bourbon, and light toasted oak. Rambo would approve!
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.