Dry-hopped Belgium session
A front-line IPA. This session strength American IPA is packed with hop flavor from Bravo, Calypso, and Ekuanot hops. Don’t underestimate the hip flavor of this beer just because it’s highly sessionable. This brew will kick your door in and smack you in the face with a citrusy grapefruit bitterness, and follow up with flavors of tropical fruit, melon, and berry.
A white IPA, featuring pale wheat malt lending a rich body while still being highly drinkable. Dry hopped with loads of Centennial and Amarillo, then fermented on local Mirray Farms organic Apricots lending a strong apricot profile and a bright acidity.
Robust Brown Ale. Complex malt profile with caramel, toffee, and nut flavors and a rich chocolate overtone. This smooth, full-bodied porter is still highly sessionable and will make it difficult to have just one.
“Dark Bread” in German, Dunkel Brot is the sister beer to our Daily Bread. This Bavarian-Style wheat beer has the same banana and clove flavors with the addition of rich caramel and cookie notes while still maintaining the same clean drinkability. Prost!
Traditional Irish Red. Light bodied with roasted and caramel notes. The addition of Rye Malt to the grain bill adds complexity and lends a spicy, herbaceous element. As if that wasn’t enough, we added dark organic maple syrup, which delivers woody/floral aromas and a dry finish.
A West-Coast IPA whose clean bitterness will have you rethinking the style if you’re not already a hop-head and loving it even more if you are. Illuminated uses Bravo, Calypso, and Azacca to bring light to darkness. Notes of grapefruit and citrus blend with melon and berries.
We call this a “German” Pale Ale. This is what we imagine would happen if a German brewer wanted to make an American Pale Ale. Brewed will 100% German and Continental malts, we then added Hallertau Magnum, Mandarina Bavaria, and Loral. All of these hops have German pedigrees, but give a new world fruitiness. Look for a clean, crisp malt profile with notes of lemon zest and mandarin orange.
As traditional a hefeweizen as you are likely to find outside of Bavaria. While this Hef might not be sanctified, we sure think it’s at least blessed. Unlike most American Hefs, this wheat beer strikes a balance between the banana and clove flavors, trading in-your face banana for a complex blend of flavors. Rich and bready but still delicate and drinkable, this beer will have you praying for it daily.