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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.
A big, full bodied, yet refreshing stout with restrained roastiness and grain derived flavors of chocolate and coffee. The aroma carries notes of molasses and dried fruit. This version is loaded with cold pressed local coffee from Denim Coffee Roasters.
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.
This a Double NEIPA hopped exclusively with Mosaic which gives off heavy tropical fruit flavors and aromas.
A hazy, crushable IPA with a bouquet of fruit, berries, and pine. The flavor is lightly jammy with a bready malt backbone to balance.
This beer has a strong aroma of pine, fruit, and berries and the flavor follows suit. It's dry and soft on the palate with a light lingering bitterness.
A lightly dry hopped, easy to drink German style pilsner. Very balanced flavor profile that is dry on the finish.
This beer is hopped exclusively with Simcoe Hops. The aroma is of light pine, rock candy, and fruit cup. The flavor is dominated by the hops without being bitter. The mouthfeel is balanced and soft on the palate.
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!
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.
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.
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!