An exceptionally light-colored beer fermented at slightly lower than normal ale temperatures to produce a lighter drinking, smooth and crisp beer. It’s not a light beer, but rather light-bodied ale with a slight hop nose.
A light-hopped version of the world's favorite beer style. Who would have thought that a hitchhiking yeast from Patagonia would create the world's most widely consumed beer?
A true hop head beer! This hoppy IPA is bittered by generous portions of Equinox and Mosaic hops, finished with Equinox in the kettle and dry-hopped with Mosaic.
What the Russian royalty drink when the Vodka runs out! Full-bodied, intense alcohol, roast, chocolate, and coffee tones all balanced out by 67 IBUs of Fuggle and Northern Brewer hops.
South German-style wheat beer produced with German grains, hops, and Weinstephan yeast. Expect a effervescent beer with a hazy or cloudy appearance due to suspended yeast and wheat protein.
Named for the Scottish explorer, this ale is deep amber in color, with roast caramel character, and a warming alcohol presence. This big, charismatic Scotch Ale will cure what ails you.
Sir David Livingstone needed a porter for his many adventures. This roasty, full-bodied Imperial Porter is brewed with easy quaffing in mind with hints of smoke on the finish.
Full-bodied, high alcohol barleywine. Expect a malty start; strong, warming alcohol presence, and a nice, soft malt finish, balanced out by 83 IBUs of Northern Brewer hops.