Darth Delirium 2020

Darth is a big, Belgian-style stout brewed with chocolate. It’s brewed once a year and left to mature a full year before release. It’s both a Great American Beer Festival medal winner (2001, 2014) and a World Beer Cup winner … Read More

Matte Stout

No foolin’! Here we have an American-style stout brewed with two different additions of cocoa — hence double chocolate. It goes down easy with a bit of citrus notes from the Simcoe hops.  The chocolate steals the show, though. It’s … Read More

Van Damme

We are very happy to offer you this beautiful, light amber-colored and incredibly tasty Belgian strong ale. Layers of flavors are awaiting you in both aroma and taste. The Belgian yeast is certainly the star of this show as it … Read More

Queen P(ale)

Queen P is a fairly light bodied, single hopped pale ale.  She’s a little bit malty with just a hint of caramel and finishes with a pleasantly balanced hop bouquet.  This is a good middle of the road selection. To … Read More

Scared Kiltless

It’s really not scary, actually it’s quite pleasant. A nice malty body with notes of caramel and hints of smoke from our in house smoked malt makes for a flavorful pint. If it ain’t Scottish…..it’s #$@&%!

Newton’s Tripel

Our latest Tripel pours a light orange color with excellent lacing. Notes of honey, lime and passionfruit delight the senses as you enjoy your pint. The Tripel doesn’t fall far from the tree…

Hop Gun

Hop Gun is a pleasant, medium bodied IPA that offers clean bitterness and finishes with a nice dose of fruity and slight floral hop notes. It’s very well balanced and goes down easy. Maverick and Iceman approved

Hip Hop

This may be a bigger IPA but it drinks much easier than that. A light to medium body gives way to a wonderful and pleasant bouquet of fruitiness both in flavor and aroma. This one is a real treat!

Tripel Crown

A pleasant Belgian Tripel that has ginger and lemon peel added to it which plays nicely with the natural fruitiness and clove character of the Belgian yeast. Race on over for a glass!


Hopbility gets its inspiration from the noble hops of England. With all the fruity hop styles these days, we used some more traditional hop varieties in this one. Sweet floral with wood-like aromas and flavors are some of the characteristics … Read More

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