Animus Forks is a blend of mixed oak fermentations up to 4 months old, highlighting multiple Belgian strains of yeast and 3 strains of brettanomyces. The result is a rustic ale that is moderately hopped, with tart, juicy acidity, and prominent brett aromatics.
Fanboi Extra Pale is ready for your blind, hopeless devotion, with it’s deep haze and ultra late-hopping. It sports the latest in culty British yeasts, and looks good with your #doyouevenhazebro hashtag. We even fermented under pressure to induce high glycerol content, hopped it during fermentation with Galaxy, Chelan and Simcoe hops, targeted terpenoid biotransformations, and stuffed it with flaked barley and oats for cred in all the latest beer categories that matter. Come drink it and blow up your Instagram feed with tags like #milkshake, #orangejuiceorbeer and #hazedandconfused. Everyone will be amazed that you found the latest up and coming brewery!
Baltic Porter. A big, round boozy chocolate bomb with gentle roastiness. It starts a touch sweet, but cleans up on the finish enough to show off it’s complexity. A delight on a rainy day.
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!