Nineteen is a tart mango wheat ale at 10% ABV! Click the title above to learn more about this new, limited run brew!
Our Eighteenth anniversary beer is a hazy, dark-brown weizenbock with a complex combination of bready wheat and dark malt flavors that are perfectly balanced with spicy phenols and fruity esters. This unfiltered and bottle-conditioned ale has a creamy, textured mouthfeel and a warming finish. Click the title above to learn more!
Seventeen is a Saison Ale brewed with pink peppercorns, orange zest, lemon zest, and grapefruit zest brewed to commemorate the seventeenth anniversary of the world becoming a tastier and more interesting place. Click the title above to learn more!
2011 GABF Gold Meal winner! Click the title above to read all about out dark braggot anniversary beer!
This is a celebration of our fifteenth year making craft beer and it stands as an example of the bold flavorful beers that we have come to make. This is not a timid ale; it’s an intense, full-bodied smoke experience.
To honor 14 years of making craft beer we decided to brew a wheat wine. This unfiltered brew is made with over 50% wheat to give it a distinctly spicy character. Enjoy it now, or if you have the patience, give it some time in your cellar. When you are ready, expect to find notes of tart wheat, grapes, and honey with crisp bitterness and carbonation.
This smooth sipper is made with 5 malts and a touch of oats. You’ll find big chocolate and roasted notes, balanced with the Belgian flavors from the Abbey yeast strain.
Made from 50% Rye Malt and 50% Barley Malt, this strong ale is extremely viscous. The rye adds a tantalizing note of flavor on the palate with a hint of tartness you’ve come to expect from Rye.
Phoenix is another one of those hops with low cohumulone levels, which means when used in very large quantities (as we do in Eleven) the hops flavor is very smooth, not a hint of harshness for the enormous amounts of hops in the brew.
Decadence weighs in at 13% ABV and is a fantastic sipper, especially after dinner or consider paring it with a good book on a cool fall evening.