In German ‘alt’ means old, and references an older style of ale that was (and still is) predominately made in Düsseldorf. A top fermented ale that’s usually conditioned or lagered, Altbiers are malty, but have a noticeable and firm hop bitterness. With notes of toasted bread, I’ve been fond of comparing Altbier to a slice of liquid toast covered in Nutella, sans chocolate. 4.6% ABV.
The time has come to unleash this beast unto the world! Coconut Mudbank Milk Stout is a very limited variation of our Mudbank Milk Stout brewed with coconut milk, coconut cream, and ‘dry nutted’ with copious amounts of shredded coconut, all at a lovely 7.2% ABV.
Hop monster of a beer that comes in at 6.63% ABV and is chock full of five different hops; Warrior, Chinook, Columbus, Simcoe, and Amarillo. It's got a bready, slightly biscuit-like malt backbone to counter some of that hop bitterness, but not so much that this five hop combination won't put a smile on your face (or a giant pucker).
Often called your typical American lawnmower beer, cream ales are not unlike their light lager cousin. Brewed with two and six row continental barley, flaked maize, a touch of Munich malt, and of course, sugar, our Cream Ale is light, refreshing, and easy to drink. We also use American Chinook and Liberty hops that give it a touch of hop bitterness and a hint of floral aromatics. 4.4% ABV.
Fermented with the highly touted Vermont or ‘Conan’ ale yeast strain now made famous by…..well, you know who, Dank Hill was, appropriately, dank, and very tropical with notes of peaches, grapefruit, and mango. Constructed entirely differently than all our other IPAs; not so big on the early kettle/bittering hops and a lot more focus on the late kette/whirlpool and dry hops, we hopped this beer into oblivion with Chinook, Simcoe, Equinox, and Citra. 9% ABV.
Our traditional Hefeweizen is brewed with over 50% white wheat, pilsen malt, a hint of Munich malt for color, and fermented with an authentic German Hefeweizen yeast.
J.A.W.N. – Juicy Ale With Nugget. This 5.2% ABV American Pale Ale is malty, yet crisp, and is loaded with dank citrus, as well as tropical and stone fruit flavor and aroma from the gratuitous use of Nugget and Zythos hops. 5.2% ABV.
This tasty, 4.5% ABV session IPA is double dry hopped with Azacca, Citra, and Kohatu.
Our winter stout offering is brewed with a hefty amount of two row barley, as well as Victory, Munich, and Carapils malt. We round it out with some lactose sugar and flaked oat for sweetness and body. While the hops in this beer certainly don’t play a central role, we balance all that malt with a good dose of East Kent Goldings, Fuggles, and Wilamette hops. 6.5% ABV.
Our take on a Cologne area German-style Pale Ale hopped with Mandarina Bavaria. Passive Thought boasts a fruity aroma, sweet stone fruit character, and clean, crisp bitterness. 5% ABV.
“Can I scream….” for more hops? You sure can. Two row American barley jammed packed with as much Apollo, Newport, Simcoe, Topaz, and Citra hops we could get our hands on, The Shape of Hops to Come is an 8.5% ABV American-styled imperial IPA that’s got a ton of bitterness, along with juicy, dank resiny pine-like, and citrus forward hop character that is worthy of it’s name. Dry hopped for two weeks this hop bomb has as much hop power we can muster! 8.5% ABV.
Our Pilsner is assertively hopped with Hallertau and Tettnanger noble hops and has a cracker-like malt backbone that finishes crisp and dry coming in at 4.8% ABV, which makes this one highly drinkable (which is the point, duh).