A backyard is where families and friends gather to celebrate and enjoy life. This beer is perfect for the occasion–full-flavored, with a smooth malt profile and balanced by crisp, noble German hops; a cool, clean and refreshing experience.
Full-flavored, but Crisp, Clean, Cool and Refreshing
Our Belgian-style Farmhouse is a full-flavored, golden ale with wonderful aromatic hints of fruit and spice. An initial scent of banana, pepper and herb are blended with flavors of crisp fruit and mild citrus with a sweet, lingering backbone. The full mouthfeel finishes pleasingly tart and ever-so slightly dry.
Unfiltered; Banana, Pepper, Citrus, Pear – all from Belgian Yeast
This IPA has pronounced but pleasing bitterness of American Northwest hops, backed by biscuit and caramel flavors derived from imported English malts that lend a clean and dry finish.
Balanced IPA with pronounced hops
Deep flavors and a rich malt complexity abound in this stout. Rounded by a smooth and clean bittering hop and a blend of eight malts give the flavors of dark coffee, roasted caramel and chocolate.
Complex malt character; Chocolate, Coffee, caramel
Made with the second runnings of our Grand Reserve 2013, we’ve added a subtle blend of cinnamon, clove, allspice and nutmeg to this amber, English style ale to produce a delicious seasonal diversion. Spicy aromas abound, complimented by imported nutty Mild ale malt and earthy, tea-like English hops to produce a harmonious balance of complex flavors in this eminently drinkable tipple.
A beautiful orange hue, our celebration of the annual hop harvest comes in the form of a modified version of our bready, biscuity Oktoberfest. We’ve taken the base beer and dry-hopped it FOUR times with freshly delivered Cascade and Columbus whole leaf and pellet hops. The result is a wonderfully complex hybrid beer, with aromatic citrus and piney notes paired to a smooth, malty flavor. EXTREMELY limited (only 5 bbls produced).
You want a “bready, biscuity” beer? We’ve got it! With almost 60% imported German Munich malt in the grist, traditional Bavarian flavors and abound. Our non-traditional ale fermentation (at a lower than normal temp of 62°F) provides a hint of fruitiness, lending a complexity not normally found in Festbiers.