Lean bodies, full of classic American hops and dangerously drinkable. 5.3% ABV.
Imported Bavarian Pils and wheat malt are the backbone of this warm fermented and cold conditioned brew. 4.9% ABV.
Imported Vienna and Munich style malts give this beer a rich but delicate malt backbone while Tettnang and Hallertau hops deliver a delicate Nobel hop spiciness and aroma. 5.4% ABV.
At one time in Bavarian history, wheat beer was only brewed by royal license at the King’s brewery. This traditional Hefe Weitzen is brewed in honor of Rolston Laird, an Irish immigrant who lived and farmed wheat on Petty Island. Laird was pronounced King of Petty Island in the late 1800s. Unfiltered, spicy, and refreshing. 5.3% ABV.
Medium bodied, golden, dry and hoppy. 5.7% ABV.
Imported malt from Bavaria combines with Tettnang and Hallertau hops to create a bone-dry brew with a bracing hop forwardness. 5% ABV.