Let us first point out we will not let a single one of our beers go to market until we think it is perfect and would be willing to drink it ourselves on a regular basis. That being said, we target our styles more around the typical craft beer flavors rather than the more traditional mass-market American pilsner. The thing that separates us from other gluten-free beer is the fact that our beer tastes like BEER!
Available in the taproom, bars, restaurants and liquor stores
“Pyro” American Pale Ale: An American twist on an English bitter, this light fruity beer is a drink that can be enjoyed at any time! We substitute the traditional English flavor with our own unique blend of American hops. Note the initial taste of orange followed by just a hint of grapefruit. Three years in the making, our APA stands strong against any other APA on the market. It’s a beer that looks good and delivers a crisp beer taste, enough said!
“Roasted” Coffee Strong Ale: Beer is one of the oldest beverages humans have produced, and Arabs began cultivating coffee in the 14th century. With histories like that, and our love for coffee being almost as great as our love for beer, how could we not combine the two? “Roasted” is a single-hopped strong ale blended with cold brewed coffee. Because we never heat the coffee, the bitter oils in the coffee remain present, but not dominant. This creates a smooth balance of bitter and sweet with hints of caramel. This award winner took third place in a brewing competition, yet we forgot to tell them it was gluten-free.
“Raj-Agni” India Pale Ale: India pale ale’s are British in origin and were brewed with an increased amount of hops in order to withstand the sea journey from England to India. “Raj” refers to the British sovereignty in India and “Agni” represents the Hindu god of fire. “Raj-Agni” is an adapted version of the historical English style that offers a balanced bitterness with a slight hint of blackstrap molasses. Using exclusively Cluster hops allows us to bring forth both spicy and floral aromas to compliment the mix between earthy flavors and sweet fruits.
Taproom only offerings, selection may vary
(depending on the season and our mood)
Chocolate Oatmeal Stout: Cocoa nibs mesh with a combination of buckwheat, millet and sorghum to create a dark, full-bodied ale with a complimentary oatmeal flavor.
Cranberry Shandy: Cranberries were called “sassamanesh” by Eastern Indians while the Cape Cod Pequots and the South Jersey Leni-Lenape tribes named them “ibimi,” or bitter berry. This winter shandy combine the tartness of cranberry with the citrus of American hops to create a taste of the holidays.
Dry Stout: As far as dry stouts are concerned, this is one that is not going to make you pucker. With a bit of sweetness to balance the toast characteristics, the hints of coffee and chocolate really shine through. On the backside, the dryness of the malt makes itself known but does not linger. It is an easy drinking, enjoyable way to end…or start your day!
English Mild: Subtle, crisp bitterness on the front finishes with a touch of biscuit and nuts on the back. This session style comes in at a low alcohol (~3.0% ABV) and is intended to be a lightly-flavored, easy to drink and malt-accented beer.
“Fused” Orange Blossom Honey Infusion: Burning Brothers own version of Doctor Jekyll and Mister Hyde. We’ve taken our flagship Pale Ale and flavor-infused it. Crisp and refreshing, yet mildly sweet with floral notes, it provides a nice alternative for those looking for something not quite as hoppy.
“Parched” Lime Shandy: The citrus notes of our all American hops combined with the lime of our shandy will have you salsa dancing in no time. Our fans state that “Parched” taste like summer. Not too sweet with a nice tart that balances with the hops like they were meant to be together.