Basically an alcoholic root beer. It is made with gallberry honey, vanilla beans, and a root beer flavoring. It is a sweet drink so customers should be aware of that. A good starting point for someone that doesn’t really like beers or ciders.
Bob’s Wit is named after Phil Maples father, who is the person that got Phil started in home brewing. The beer is a light session-able beer that has distinctive notes of citrus, and Belgian yeast. The beer was brewed with over 6 pounds of fresh citrus zest (took about 16hrs for one person to zest all that fruit.). It is a very nice refreshing beer for a hot day.
This beer has the characteristics of a big sweet Belgian beer without being cloying and sticky. A very easy drinking beer for the style.
Lifted IPA is more of a west coast style IPA. It is extremely hop forward with very minimal malt back ground to detract from the hops. The flavors are of citrus fruits, melon, and pine with a fairly dry finish.
This is a very light low alcohol beer, brewed with Belgian yeast. That yeast gives off flavors of clove, and other spices characteristic of Belgian beers. The idea behind the beer is that it was traditionally something that Trappist Monks would have on a daily basis and be able to drink copious amounts of.
A hard cider with notes of green apples, honey, and slight wine aroma. It is a happy medium between being too sweet and too dry. The addition of honey adds a level of complexity that helps accentuate the apples clean flavor.
Traditional German style beer, known for a lower ABV, and light refreshing tartness. Very clean finish allows the beer to be very sessionable.
Gold Medal Winner at the 2018 Best of Craft Beer Awards in the Berliner Weisse style category. It is an international competition with over 300 breweries entered.
A pale, refreshing German wheat beer with high carbonation, dry finish, a fluffy mouthfeel, and a distinctive banana and clove yeast character.
The name is a reference to the area code that we are located.
A Belgian quad is a high alcohol style of beer that ferments with Belgian yeast at high temperatures so that the yeast produces the esters and flavors that are typical of the spice characteristic of the beer.
The name comes from the title of a Brand New Album.
A pale, well-balanced, smooth German lager that is slightly stronger than the average beer. Moderate body, mild floral hop character, and mild malt character. Dortmunder style lagers are a traditional style of pale lager that originated from Dortmund Germany in the late 1800’s.
A light hop forward IPA with notes of tropical fruits, citrus, and pine. Very little malt character.
Session IPA’s are brewed with a lower ABV so that multiple can be consumed in a single sitting.