This beer began as an Imperial oatmeal brown. Free Will’s brewer liked it but felt it either needed to be toned down, or have something added. One village espresso roast coffee was cold-brewed, Kimberton brand coffee, added after fermentation and magic was born. 8.3% ABV.
This Barrel aged Belgian quad has all the boldness and complexity you’d expect from the style. This rich malt driven beer has notes of dark fruit and caramel supported by yeast driven apricot and pear flavors, and complimented still by the oaky character of the brandy barrels it was aged in. This beer has a warming alcohol presence and a tart finish, and pairs well with venison, sharp cheddar, and peking duck. 11.5% ABV.
This ale is one of the biggest imperial stouts you will find. Intense roast character is complimented by a chocolate aroma and notes of molasses, burnt sugar, and dried cherry on the palate. Vanilla, nutty, and tanic overtones from the top shelf bourbon barrels round out the complex flavor profile of this full bodied beer. The warming alcohol and intensity of this beer makes it a perfect pairing with beef stews, dry aged steak, and dark chocolate. 14.1% ABV.
An assertive west coast IPA dominated by bright and juicy American hops. The huge complex aroma is dominated by complementary pine and resin notes. On the palate this aggressive but drinkable ale delivers with an array of citrus flavors highlighted by a bright subtle fruit candy character from calypso hops, and balanced with a malt profile reminiscent of rye bread. This beer pairs well with fatty cuts of steak, green chile enchiladas, buffalo wings, or a classic cheeseburger. 6.6% ABV.