Dubbel Dog Dare – Belgian Dubbel
Check out the brewery sign – that’s Tassie, the brewery dog! Tassie’s beer is a classic Belgian style abbey ale. It’s full flavored and malty, but has a dry finish with some toffee notes. The yeast also adds a layer of subtle Belgian fruitiness.
Trials and Tripelations – Belgian Tripel Bourbon Barrel Aged
This Belgian-style Tripel is dominated by fruity esters of orange and banana, balanced with some residual sweetness from the malt. The Belgian yeast imparts a complex but mild spice, and presents as a yeast haze in the glass. This beer style ages well over time so sample it often and enjoy the journey.
Creamy McBoatface – Dry Hopped Cream Ale
This light and easy drinking cream ale is dry hopped with Mosaic. It has a beautiful yellow hue, a creamy head, and is really refreshing. The hops add aroma and flavor, not bitterness. This is your boat beer for the summer! Google Boaty McBoatface if you want the inspiration for this beer’s name.
Spilt Milk – Milk Stout – on nitro
Our take on this classic style has big roasted barley flavor on the front end and balanced sweetness on the backend. Milk stout, sometimes called ‘cream’ or ‘sweet’ stout, is a stout containing lactose, a sugar derived from milk. Lactose is unfermentable by beer yeast, so it adds sweetness and body to the finished beer. […]
Barrel Aged Keep Calm and Saison – French Farmhouse Ale
Aged on Burgundy and Chardonnay barrels. This French farmhouse/saison ale is dry, fruity and peppery with a pale straw-colored haze and billowy head when poured. Saison (pronounced say-zohn) is French for “season”. This farmhouse style of beer was historically brewed in the winter months when temperatures were lower and more favorable for fermentation and then […]
Moustache Ryed – Black Rye IPA
Black IPAs, also known as Cascadian Darks, are the new darling of the craft beer world. If you like hoppy beers, this is a nice alternative to a traditional IPA. We’ve added rye to the grain bill for added interest and it is hopped with Summit and Chinook.