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Huge amounts of roasted barley and chocolate come together in a surprisingly smooth and drinkable stout. Bring out the heavy artillery!
This beer is hopped exclusively with Citra hops. The aroma is citrusy and dank. The flavor is dominated by the hops without being bitter. The mouthfeel is balanced and soft on the palate.
Developed and brewed with Shane Mills, the newest member of the Cushwa family. It's light and appropriately bitter with notes of Papaya, White Grapefruit and Jasmine bound by a doughy malt backbone.
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 beer is hopped exclusively with Amarillo hops. The aroma is floral with notes of orange and apricot. The flavor is dominated by the hops without being bitter. The mouthfeel is balanced and soft on the palate.
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.
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 beer that tastes like, wait for it... "Beer!" What a concept, right? We shamelessly brewed this specifically for out light beer drinking friends. Hell, we even drink it once in a while!
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!
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.