Dried mango notes on the nose, somewhat subtle. Has a notably slick body, almost nectar-like, with a simple malt finish. Good beer for the arrival of Spring.
This is a strange one. We basically made a Belgian Berliner Weisse, kettle souring this simple pils/wheat grain bill and then fermenting it with La Chouffe’s yeast. Tart, estery, and wheaty.
Six American hops bring assertive citrus and tropical fruit to this West Coast-inspired IPA, with hints of pine and pepper. Finishes bitter and crisp with a lingering, dank hop presence.
Made from all natural rome apples and never concentrates or added sugars. Crisp and clean with a bright dry finish. Super refreshing and delicious.
Bananas and cloves dominate the aroma of this delightful Heffe-Weiss. Light bodied, yet full of vibrant spice, tropical fruit, and citrus zest.
Wonderfully crisp and refreshing with soft caramel notes that playfully meld with earthy noble hops. Light bodied with a dry finish. Spicy hops linger slightly into the finish.
Dry Irish Stout poured on a nitrogen tap for a smooth creamy head and mouth feel. Black malts and toasted notes give way to a rounded hop bitterness in the finish.
This barrel-aged American sour with Brettanomyces features aromas of tart plum with undertones of oak, spice, and chocolate. Tart with a tannic, dry finish.
Time to hang with a classic American Pale Ale. This beer has virtually no flaws and stands the test of time. Balanced bitterness, pleasant hop characteristics, and simple malt sweetness.
A crisp, malty Irish Red Ale that’s a collaborative effort with Loughran Maltsters. Amber in color, with mild sweetness and finished off with East Kent Golding hops.
How come all y’all care about is the top of the dang muffin? This Munich-Style Dunkel Lager was slated for a blast of blueberry, but before we did that we liked it so much we just left it plain!
The Brew Lab Boys have a great ESB recipe called Might Could, and we got all proper mad on it by steeping some English Breakfast and a touch of lactose sugar to make this TEA-SB.
This new twist on an old-world German brewing process excites your senses with the sharp and sweet burst of fresh cherries. Effervescent and sublime.
Pours black as midnight with big coffee and chocolate flavors. Substantial hop bitterness. The nitro has the effect of rounding out all these aspects into a singular, gentler idea.
Single-hopped India Pale Ale showcasing Galaxy, a fantastic Australian hop varietal. Tropical and a bit grassy, with present-yet-gentle bitterness and a simple malt profile.
New Zealand Pilsner with Waimea, Kohatu, Paci ca, and Paci c Jade hops. Wheat for enhanced body. Cheers to ten years! Enjoy yourself, ‘cause life is the best game in town and beer goes to the winner...
A balanced, soft, and juicy IPA. Ripe passionfruit and citrus hop aroma and flavor. Hopped with citra, galaxy and centennial.
Optimizing the flavor of fresh raspberries added at multiple stages during fermentation, this stunning berry-red masterpiece is the perfect balance of creamy sweetness and tart.
Belgian-style Dubbel brewed with Richland Rum’s cane syrup. Rich copper in color and bold in flavor. The dark molasses character of the beautifully complex cane syrup shows through.
This IPA sees use of the same cryogenically separated hop technology used in their triumphant Goodvice IPA. Unreal amounts of hop flavor with virtually no bitterness. A real must-try.
This annual cold-weather release is an Imperial Brown aged on Bulleit Bourbon oak. Two years aging in our cellar hasn’t yet drowned out the roasty coffee, but HAS added interesting tartness.
Beginning life as Witterkerke Wit, this Sour Witbier is fermented using micro flora from Petrus oak foeders, creating a unique concoction both sour and refreshing!
This IPA has an expiration date: all that Nugget, Super Galena, Simcoe, Amarillo, Delta, Target, Cascade, Citra, Galaxy, Nelson Sauvin, Motueka and Helga will soon be subsumed. Blaze it.
A Mild Ale, fairly dark in color and featuring rich roasted malt flavors. Light in carbonation and body, with ample bitterness. Very, very English. Slight fruit notes, but leans heavy on the roast.
Aged in bourbon barrels for nine months, this imperial stout starts with big bourbon flavor and transitions to coffee, chocolate, and pepper for a rich finish.
Chocolate and sea salt Imperial Stout. One of the chocolate-est we’ve ever had. Loaded with tons of dark cocoa flavor and a mild salinity, sort of like a salted chocolate bar.
Juicy, hazy Imperial IPA. The aroma is pure hop candy. Medium to just-shy-of-heavy body. The avor is packed full of New World hoppy goodness and very low bitterness. Yoink.
Allagash has taken their Tripel and aged it in Jim Beam oak barrels. The result is a tripel with bold whiskey and oak flavors that is delicious and truly unique.
In addition to the traditional honey base, this Mead incorporates almond and pear. The result yields a bold-bodied and floral Amaretto vibe. Sweet but not too cloying. Dangerous and tasty.
To celebrate their first anniversary in 2012, Westbrook brewed a serious imperial stout and aged it on cocoa nibs, vanilla beans, cinnamon sticks, and fresh habanero peppers. Now an annual release!
Eric’s first Imperial IPA! Produced using Loral, Ariana, and Ekuanot hops plus some real fancy cryogenic separation techniques that we don’t fully understand. Science is power.
A Russian Imperial Stout that helped put Clown Shoes on the map. Aromas of ash and black coffee with a hint of dark cocoa. Taste is noticably peaty with mild twang from the aged hop presence.
An amazing and wonderful treat. The world’s finest French Cider matured in calvados reserve barrels. Hints of clove and brandy with deep earthy notes.