Brewed at Foothills brew pub in WInston Salem, NC, it's our collaborative take on their classic Torch pilsner.
The mild noble hop aroma showcases the roasty flavors and subtle fruit and spice notes of
the artisan-roasted Fair Trade/Organic coffee of Black Mountain, NC’s Dynamite Roasting Co.
Made from North Carolina-grown granny smith apples. Pale and clear as day.
Neither too sweet nor too dry, simple and pleasurable. An everybody cider.
Bananas and cloves dominate the aroma of this delightful Heffe-Weiss. Light bodied yet full of vibrant spice, tropical fruit, and citrus zest.
Imperial American Wheat with raspberry. Sneaky’s usual subdued notes of orange and spice
are steamrolled by a hearty raspberry presence, further disguising that “sneaky” 8% ABV.
Brewed with wild yeast captured at one of the brewery’s founder’s homes from the Georgia
state flower. Mildly spicy with a banana pudding and melon character, nitro’d for your pleasure.
A good Kölsch is hard to beat. And hard to make. Medium-light bodied, a delicate
golden malty sweetness, and a truly Bavarian note of floral hop flavor and aroma.
Brewed with chocolate, lactose, and loads of roasted barley, Terrapin’s chocolate
milk stout is deliciously complex yet entirely sessionable. Vanilla hints in the finish.
A true Pilsner in a well-balanced package. Czech Saaz hops and a touch
of Huell Melon hops put a new-world twist on this old-world style.
Pale Ale brewed with Simcoe, Mosaic, and Mandarina Bavaria hops and a silky
little addition of lactose. Juicy and crushable. I’ve got a good feeling about this.
A balanced, soft, and juicy IPA. Ripe passionfruit and citrus hop
aroma and flavor. Hopped with citra, galaxy and centennial.
Simple and pleasing, this no-frills Saison hits all the right notes. Light grain bill,
just enough hops to balance, and a strong yeast profile full of clove and pink bubblegum.
This aptly named breakfast beer is the perfect way to start your morning off - Rich
roasted malts, oatmeal, and coffee! Complex in every respect and a triumph of a stout.
Smooth as silk with roasted chocolate notes. Hints of fresh toasted nuts with soft
herbal hops. Nitrogenated for an extra creamy mouthfeel. A spectacular stout.
Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale aged in Kentucky bourbon barrels. The chocolate, caramel
and roasted malts complement the charred oak and vanilla notes quite well.
Sierra Nevada’s wet hop harvest ale. Each year Sierra makes a special ale for each
of their hop crops. This one is bold, fresh, and tasty. Bright bold hops, Sweet malts.
One of the world’s finest pumpkin beers, now with some pep! Mashed a touch higher for just
a little more sugar to balance out the coffee. Notes of roast and cocoa mingle with pie spice.
Straw yellow in color with a vibrant bouquet of citrus, pineapple and wine grapes. This well-crafted pale ale is brewed with Citra, Amarillo and Nelson Sauvin hops.
This german style Helles Lager features a six week lagering schedule and the
elegant and rare noble hop, Hallertauer Mittelfruh. Artfully complex. Lightly oaky.
Bursting with lush tropical fruit flavors and hints of apricot, melon and bright, sweet orange.
Starts with a vibrant hop aroma and finishes dry and clean with lingering notes of pine and citrus.
Brewed with Arizona Wilderness and Creature Comforts, this Oak-Aged Lager showcases Riesling
grape juice, peaches and lemon zest and is hopped with Nelson Sauvin, Lemondrop and Hallertau Blanc.
An exemplary Belgian Strong Golden Ale, Tremens combines floral, spicy belgian yeast with
effervescence and a lingering, slightly bitter finish. Gold in color. Chase away “the shakes.”
Le Terroir, French for “Of the Earth” is a brew carefully aged in foeders
at New Belgium then dry hopped with peachy, mango like Amarillo hops.
Mmm. Silky smooth and sweet, with a slightly bitter finish. Pretty much the gold standard
for the Oatmeal Stout style. We don’t get it on draught in the USA, like, ever... so drink one.
Brewed with cocoa, coffee, pasilla peppers, vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg in the style
of Mexican hot chocolate. An imperial milk stout for the holidays and new year!
The myth is that this supposed “Black Ops” is a rich stout aged for months in bourbon barrels,
packaged flat, and re-fermented with Champagne yeast. You didn’t hear that from us, though.
Made with Michigan tart cherry juice, apple cider and star thistle honey. Sweet but
balances nicely with the tart cherries. Careful: it’s extremely addicting and refreshing!
Bushels of juicy apricots and bright bursts of barrel-aged tartness are seamlessly
infused to cultivate this deliciously distinctive and succulent sour ale.
Wild Ale aged in oak foeders on blueberries. Pink-purple in color. Funky, tart, and sporting a dry fruitiness. Nice phenolic notes. Complex and very, very tasty.
The gold standard of Russian Imperial Stouts. This version is their 20th Anniversary that has
been aged in bourbon barrels. Absurdly good. Coffee, Chocoalte, Vanilla oak, viniferous goodness.