In mid-2016, we added a 5 barrel pilot system to the brewery. This little fella is where our brewers do their research and development. Each brew is an experiment with a new ingredient, process or recipe.
Having the ability to brew small amounts allows us the opportunity to brew any style of beer we can think of using any ingredients we desire in an almost infinitely variable number of ways (Really think about – it’s mind boggling the sheer number of possibilities!).
While most brews from the pilot system will make it to the glass in your hand, some will not. It’s okay… There’s always going to be a few failed projects or a recipe that just didn’t work out the way we had planned. This is the point of R&D and we really look forward to hearing your feedback as these fun little batches continue to roll out!
Currently on Tap
This Rosé inspired Brut Pale Ale is brewed with hibiscus, a simplistic malt profile & Azacca hops. The finish is dry & crisp, with subtle floral notes & hints of berry & citrus.
Saccharomyces “Bruxellensis” Trois Fermented IPA with El Dorado, Citra & Hallertau Blanc Hops.
Trinity Parish Lager
Dark & roasty lager brewed with 2 bushels of Johnson apples, cherry wood smoked malt & chocolate rye malt, along with some other delicious fermentables. Brewed with Trinity Episcopal Church located in Easton, PA, to celebrate their bicentennial. All proceeds will benefit ARK Community Meal, a non-profit mission which feeds thousands of people year-round.
Wet-Hopped Brut Pale Ale brewed with fresh local Cascade hops from Lizard Creek Farms. Making this in the Brut-style renders the beer bone dry so the subtle nuances of the delicate fresh Cascade hop flowers come through.