We decided to push the envelope with this number. We kept the ABV at a reasonable level at 6.6%, but packed in a resinous, fruity hopbill of Simcoe, Cashmere and Calypso. We added a ridiculous amount of dry hop to this one, and the whole mess sits on top of a grain bill that includes pilsner, unmalted wheat, flaked oats and light caramel malts. British yeast leaves this beer hazy and stone fruity, with a round body. Welcome to Flavor Country.
Citra is one of the most beloved hops, and doesn’t need a supporting cast of characters. This makes it a perfect fit for the single hop treatment. We left it alone with a clean yeast, pale malt, and lots of oat for body. Loaded with tropical fruit, lime and grapefruit notes, but refreshing as they come with a bright, clean finish. This is your hoppy session beer of choice this weekend, at 5.3%
Mild Ale is the original session beer. Low in hop flavor, alcohol and light in body, it derives all of it’s complexity from a balance of malt richness and yeast fruitiness. If you think beer has to have deep haze, heavy-handed hops, or long age in a barrel to be delicious, think again. It’s 4.8%, old world, perfect for a heat wave and Bob’s Your Uncle!
Sour, low alcohol, fruity and lemony, Berliner Weisse is the beer of choice for hot days. At 4.0% ABV, you can almost drink them like water, and the sour twang will keep you refreshed.
Hazy, peachy, light bodied and creamy, this 7.4% is heavily late hopped with a variety of hops. The cast of characters includes Chelan, Mandarina Bavaria, Simcoe, Ariana and Callista hops, and pale, pilsner and wheat for a grain bill. The real superstar in this beer is the yeast, though which leaves behind a ton of soft stone fruit vibes that compliment the hop oils well.
Who wants a body massage? It’s low alcohol season for dark beers, and this little nitro stout is bone dry and soooo, so creamy. It’s a body massage machine … go! 4.0%
Edith (once our single strain Saison) is our tart, mixed culture Saison. Fermented in oak and aged for three months, it’s full of dry, complex citrus and pepper notes, a real thirst quencher, and 6.2%.
Baltic Porter differs from other porter styles in that they tend to be higher in alcohol content, often a bit smokey, and often lagered. Midnight Climax is all of these, resulting in a rich, complex, full bodied porter with the clean finish of a lager yeast.
Classic, award winning, tropical, fruity, light bodied IPA. Everything we want from a west coast styled IPA.