Comfortably Blonde (Blonde Ale): ABV – 4.8% , IBU - 19.8, SRM - 3.3
Comfortably Blonde is an easy drinking American Blonde Ale. This blonde is lighter and less bitter than traditional Pale Ales yet contains plenty of malt sweetness to support the ample additions of Crystal hops. Brewed with American Ale yeast, this is a perfect gateway beer for the mainstream American Pilsner beer drinker. We hope to convert the masses and make them comfortable with this perfectly crafted session beer.
Scarlet Fire (Red Ale): ABV – 5.6% , IBU - 30.2, SRM - 15.1
Scarlet Fire is an American style Red Ale. The Name coming from the reference to the playful, improvisational transitions between Grateful Dead song’s Scarlet Begonias and Fire on the Mountain, has a nice balance of malt sweetness from caramel malt and subtle toasty notes from roasted barley. The beer is brewed with American Ale yeast, and the hops are East Kent Golding’s, paying tribute to its heritage as an Irish Red Ale.
Irie IPA (India Pale Ale): ABV - 7.8% , IBU - 100+, SRM -5.4
Irie is a malty and complex IPA. Named for the Jamaican word “Irie” meaning “good, excellent, great or of good quality,” this beer is all of those and more. With an original gravity of about 1.070, the malt profile provides a sturdy backbone for the generous amount of Simcoe, Centennial and Columbus hops. American Ale yeast ferments this beer cleanly allowing the dank hop qualities to come through in all their glory… IRIE Mon!
Boxcar Porter (Robust Porter): ABV - 5.2% , IBU - 42.2, SRM - 35.4
Boxcar is a Robust Porter with hints of roast coffee and mild chocolate. Featuring a traditional English grist bill of Maris Otter pale malt, black patent, two different chocolate malt’s and East Kent Golding hops, this beer will keep you warm by the fire pint after pint. The beer is named for the many freight trains that pass by the front of the brewery day and night! Cheers!
Chilly Water (American Pale Ale): ABV - 4.8% , IBU - 40.1, SRM – 5.4
Wheat based Pale Ale that is fermented very clean with American ale yeast giving it a crisp, refreshing finish. The combination of hops, Zythos, Amarillo and Citra provide an aroma and flavor of mango, tangerine and other soft citrus fruit and may cause a widespread panic… hint at the name’s origin!
Barrel Aged Batch 42 (Oatmeal Stout): ABV - 8.0% , IBU - 54.2, SRM – 37.0
This Double Oatmeal Stout was our first attempt at a stout and the perfect beer to age in our bourbon barrels. Rolled oats, traditional roast and chocolate malt give this strong ale a malty backbone to balance the East Kent Golding hops. Aged 3 months in second use Woodford Reserve bourbon barrels, hints of vanilla, oak and faint bourbon add a smooth finish to this beer. I think the name is obvious, yet deep and thoughtful!
Hat Trick Tripel (Belgian Tripel): ABV - 8.9% , IBU - 27.4, SRM – 4.0
Belgian style Tripel ale brewed with tradition and respect for the Trappist monks who have brewed this beer for centuries. European pilsner malt, aromatics, Sterling and Czech Saaz hops and fermented with the Westmalle yeast make this effervescent golden ale worthy of at least a try!
Reformator (Doppelbock): ABV - 8.0% , IBU - 24.4, SRM – 18.2
A strong, rich, malty German-style lager. Higher in alcohol and typically darker than the traditional Bock, “Doppel” in German means “double”. Paulaner Monks called it “liquid bread” during fasting and named it Salvator or Savior, resulting in many versions today which add “–ator” to the name. Brewed with traditional Pilsner malt, Noble hops and Bavarian lager yeast, Bock was a favorite of Martin Luther and is named after the Reformation… This beer will change everything!
Guinea Pig Stout (Irish Dry Stout): ABV – 3.5% , IBU – 37.0, SRM – 33.8
This Irish Dry Stout is just in time for St Patrick’s Day! Another great session beer uses traditional English base malt along with Roasted Barley and Black Patent Malt. East Kent Golding hops and Irish Ale yeast ferment this beer to a traditional style Dry Stout to be enjoyed year round.
Scottish 70 /- (Scottish 70 Shilling): ABV – 3.7% , IBU - 17.9, SRM – 13.2
The 70/- is a Scottish style session ale that is low in alcohol and has a nice malty sweetness and creamy texture. Using English base malt, Carmel, Chocolate, Munich malts and flaked barley, the beer uses East Kent Golding hops, but in very low quantities and are barley noticeable. Scottish Ales are named for the price paid per barrel in shillings and was based on the alcohol level.
Old Kaya Dog (Barleywine): ABV – 8.9% , IBU - 113.2, SRM – 11.4
An American Barleywine with hints of light fruit and alcohol warmth. Brewed with American Hops and Ale yeast, this is a beer that is not to be taken lightly! We hope you enjoy Old Kaya Dog as much as we do!
Cask Conditioned Ales: Every Friday we tap a beer and serve it using a traditional English style Beer Engine! Styles change... like a box of chocolates... you never know what you'll get : )
Note: Be sure to check back often to see what seasonal and special beers we have brewed. Not all beers will be distributed and most will only be available in our brewery tap room!