“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” tastes like summer. Not too sweet with a nice tartness that balances with the hops like they were meant to be together.
ABV: 4.6% — IBU: 39 — Cans and Draft (Spring and Summer)
“STEAMED” Honey Lime Ale: Not too sweet and not too bitter, this beer is just right for the perfect summer treat.
Belgian Dubbel: Malty and rich, this beer asserts itself with a strong yet subtle sour from the Belgian yeast intermixed with some spicy/phenolic characteristics.
Belgian Saison: This farmhouse ale is served unfiltered and features a sweet malt taste coupled with hints of dry toast and spiced banana. Brewed at the end of the cool season, it is meant to be a quenching and refreshing start to warmer weather.
Black Pepper Porter: The British blue collar’s best friend, the porter. This beer starts with the aromas of chocolate and black currant and follows up with toast and cherry flavors along with a distinct black peppercorn finish.
Buckwheat Ale: A Belgian session with the Belgium. Malt and green apples take the nose with a dryness that makes the second pint worth it.
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.
Irish Red Ale: Subtle and slight malt with a light earthy hop flavor balance this easy-drinking pint. With a medium reddish color and a lightly toffee nose, this beer will make you forget the green and run for the red.
Maibock: A relatively pale, strong, malty German lager beer with a nicely attenuated finish that enhances drinkability. Hop character is more apparent than in other bocks.
Wee Heavy: We took a Scottish strong ale and then added a brewer who loves Islay smoked whiskey. Taste it to see what happened!