For the uninitiated, Darth is a big, Belgian-style stout brewed with chocolate. It’s brewed once a year and allowed to mature 12 months before release. Darth has medalled at both GABF and the World Beer Cup. Darth is not just … Read More
This year’s barleywine is the next iteration in my quest to put the wine back in barleywine. The recipe is very simple and straightforward which gets out of the way and lets the Sauv Blanc wine yeast take center stage. … Read More
After digging yourself out, reward yourself with this zesty beer. Extensively bittered with late addition hops and double dry hopped for good measure, this juicy IPA will help you forget how much more shoveling is to be done!
Presenting another collaboration with Beach Tribe Soda Works to help you get your sea legs and keep you off the deadliest couch! This sessionable ginger APA is light and spicy, bitter, dry and boosted with ginger, lemon, and fresh citrus … Read More
When you want a flavorful beer that won’t weigh you down, this is your go-to. This beer is crisp and clean with the expected tangerine finish from Citra hops. 127 calories per pint.
I know; how could we? Well, we did. Two-Row, Wheat, Caramel, and Munich malts. Throw in some pumpkin. Add some hops to the boil and some Belgian yeast to ferment it. All I can say is: Pumpkin A!
This weather has us longing for a warm vacation and it’s only September. Let’s turn up the heat with a Mexican-style lager. We added cold-pressed habanero juice just before conditioning for a kick in the glass that will hang around … Read More
Top of the 8th, 2 on and 2 out. Down by 1 and this slugger up to bat. BAM! Hard hit to deep right! It’s a Go-Ahead Tripel! The crowd loves it! Borrowing some fancy hops from our tropical YellowEye … Read More
Pilsner, wheat, and flaked oats brewed together with Citra hops; split into two fermentors, one with sour yeast, the other Belgian yeast. Mix that all together with passion fruit puree and that’s Lou’sin My Wits.
An old favorite returns! This year’s version of JSR is a bit drier than its predecessors. The rye malt gives a mild spiciness that is complimented well by the citrus notes from the Amarillo hops.