Light in color mellow in flavor
Clean, crisp, hints of floral hops on the aroma with a solid grain backbone.
Soft character from malted wheat, with notes of banana and clove from fermentation.
Clean crisp fermentation character with hints of grainy malted barley
Clean character with a soft malt backbone.
Our love of hops shines here
This light, easy drinking ale is hop forward, with light bitterness to balance the malty sweetness. A light floral and slightly fruity hop aroma will tantalize your nose.
This hop forward style is cloudy, on purpose. Bitterness is low (for an IPA) with massive tropical fruit flavors of passion fruit, papaya, as well as blueberry, and stonefruit.
Tastes of citrus with hints of tropical fruit. Bitterness foreward as you'd expect from a West Coast.
Dark malts bring out the color of these brews
An easy drinking brown ale with the balance toward sweet caramelized malts, and a hint of fruity fermentation character.
Vienna malts give this European lager sweet bread crust which is layered with a hint of floral hops to balance this refreshing brew.
Oatmeal lends a velvety smooth mouthfeel to this dark slightly toasty ale.
This dark, robust ale utilizes the smoothness of oatmeal to make this beer satisfying without being too heavy.
Dry and roasty with hints of dark chocolate
Off centered for a farmhouse ale, a bit mind twisting. Farmhouse funk with a touch of roasty
Malty with hints of light caramel
High ABV and Heavy hops
This big, bold, roasty, toasty ale will keep you warm on winter nights, and fill your desires with notes of dark chocolate and coffee flavors.
More hops, more ABV. This huge beer takes huge doses of hops and produces a massive beer with bitterness to boot.
My first award winning homebrew recipe is now available to purchase! This beer has strong fermentation character, but is delivered in a way that makes it easy to drink.