We turned up the tropical by refermenting a big, late hopped IPA with pineapple during the dry hop phase, creating an intense, dry, boozy and tropical IPA.
Chocolate and toast meet clean lagering finish for a creamy, easy drinking Schwarzbier.
A 6.6% hoppy lager. Made primarily with Citra and Amarillo, but supported by a broad spectrum of background hops, this guy is a super clean finishing and light bodied chugger. Peaches, citrus and pine.
Fruity and smooth, this beer is made for spring. We added guava puree to a heavily wheated beer hopped with Huell Melon hops to come up with an extremely refreshing beer.
We split the batch that became Crop Circles Pale Ale, and fermented half of it in oak with brettanomyces lambicus, and the result is a delicious middle ground between new world hops and old world pale ales. Peppery and dry, but fruity, with a distinctively lambic finish.
Stout stock laid down on cherries and aged in oak for a total of 4 months before blending it into a rich, delectable, 9.4% tart stout.
A triple IPA brewed to draxx you up. 10% ABV, pilsner, maris and wheat malts get hypothetical on your clavicle. Vic Secret, Kohatu, and Mosaic hops are your rainbow connection to notes of pineapple and papaya. If any of them terries come up in here trying some grab-ass and the touchy-feely, we got this on lock. Get your Bergeron.
There aren’t a whole lot of hops that taste delightful on their own, but Mosaic has long been one of our favorites. On its own, it puts off loads of grapefruit and papaya, with uniquely cutting aromatics. We put it all by its lonesome with mostly pilsner and wheat malts, and back loaded it with tons of Mosaic hops, as well as Mosaic lupulin powder for a punchy, fruity and distinctly funky pale with a soft finish.
Classic, award winning, tropical, fruity, light bodied IPA. Everything we want from a west coast styled IPA.