A Winter Porter made with Belgian Chocolate and Raspberries. 7% ABV.
Named for the infamous Blackout of 2003 that left the Northeastern United States in complete darkness, Blackout Stout is a pretty useful friend to have around. Hearty and resourceful, he knows how to make his own fun. 9.5% ABV.
An assertively hopped American Pale Ale with citrusy and piney Cascade hops. Subtle malt flavors balance the hop profile and provide a satisfying dry finish. 6% ABV.
It has a cinnamon and ginger spice flavor, a rich copper color, and a medium body. 7.5% ABV.
What’s this? A British-style IPA named after the man who defeated His Majesty’s Royal Navy in the War of 1812? Consider this a bold, hoppy (and mildly ironic) plunder of war. Dry and well-hopped, with an arsenal of caramel malt flavors befitting the “Hero of Lake Erie.” 7.7% ABV.
A malty beer with a notable toasty flavor derived from lightly roasted malt. Slight fruit and hop accents add to the overall complexity. 6.5% ABV.
This smooth lager strikes a delicate balance between malt and hops in the aroma, palate, finish and body. It has more body and less hops than a Pilsener, and less malt and more hops than a Munich style lager.
A complex, roasty porter with a bittersweet, chocolate-coffee taste and bold hop presence. 5.8% ABV.
This stock ale is remarkably balanced for such a highly hopped beer. A rich deep blood red color makes this beer scary enough to be served every Halloween and a few other times of the year.