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We introduced 90 Shilling, our flagship beer, at our opening party in 1989. For a while, we'd been wondering what would happen if we lightened up the traditional Scottish ale? The result is an irresistibly smooth and delicious medium-bodied amber ale. The name 90 Shilling comes from the Scottish method of taxing beer. Only the highest quality beers were taxed 90 Shillings. A shilling was a British coin used from 1549 to 1982. We think you'll find this original ale brilliantly refreshing, and worth every shilling.
Boont Amber Ale is a medium bodied pale ale with a beautiful copper color, a robust head, and the rich flavor of caramel malt. This very smooth and exceptionally drinkable beer is excellent with steaks, chicken, pasta, and other flavorful meals.
As with all of our products, Boont Amber Ale is never sterile filtered nor heat pasteurized, and should be stored in refrigeration. However, to fully enjoy its rich and complex flavor, it should be served between 40Â° and 45Â°F
Our take on an American amber ale. Complex malt bill delivers notes of dark raisin, chocolate and biscuit. Copious additions of American hops yield notes of pine and citrus.
After taking a year off, Sucaba returns for a curtain call in 2018. As always, this latest vintage delivers big, boozy bourbon and American oak aromas combine with soft chocolate malt undertones. Complex malt flavors are framed in oak with hints of dark chocolate, vanilla, toasted coconut and a touch of dark cherry. Sucaba is a one-of-a-kind sipping experience. It is a beer built to last, and one that will reward careful cellaring for years to come. We highly recommend counting the years with an abacus.
This is one monster of a Brown Ale! We used an obnoxious amount of chocolate malt and roasted barley to give this beer a cast iron backbone. Our Oatmeal Brown pours a dark mahogany with aromas of dark chocolate and coffee.
This bready, yet heavily hopped brown ale bridges the gap between its aged British roots and its â€œnew-ageâ€ American counterparts. Heritage British floor-malted barley makes a more than suitable bed for a blend of old school and new experimental American hops to lay. Even for a wandering spirit, it tastes of home.
A delightful and satisfying cream ale with a twist. A dry, slightly grainy-biscuity malt base backs up a fresh citrus note provided by a splash of Cascade hops and a distinct vanilla and orange zest character. Brewed with a touch of nostalgia, it may remind you of a childhood treat, but this one is just for adults.
Sunlight Cream Ale is our most approachable beer and is a great introduction to the world of Craft Beer. Cream ale is one of the earliest styles of American beer, but was virtually wiped out by American lager brewers. Our Cream Ale is an all malt beer. Only the finest quality barley, wheat and oats are used to give this beer itâ€™s smooth malt profile which is delicately balanced with American hops and a cool fermentation to give this beer a crisp, clean finish.
Fragrant, earthy citrus, Simcoe hops
A hopped up IPA that always maintains the same consistent grain bill and now Hop Head Farms #69 hop is the hop of choice for this brew. The unique taste characteristic and aroma leaves you searching for more.
Finished with pineapple and mandarin orange zest.
A re-tooled version of our DÃ¤nk Punk East Coast Pale Ale, DÃ¤nk Punk is a New England IPA, brewed with a crazy amount of late addition hops. Brewed for the ultimate freshness, DÃ¤nk Punk is an extremely hop forward beer. With two different dry hop additions, DÃ¤nk Punk has very vibrant hop flavors and aromas without a lingering bitterness, finishing with a pleasant hop and carbonation sizzle.
A hazy, bitter, moderately strong IPA
This mouthwateringly delicious IPA gets its flavor from a heavy helping of citra and mosaic hops. Donâ€™t worry, no fruit was harmed in the making of this beer.
Yuzu and Ugli fruit infusions twisted together with the blueberry, tangerine notes of Mosaic make for a tangy, juicy, zesty array of aroma and flavor. Salivation will instantly ensue with one sniff of this crushable brew (5.8% ABV, 60 IBUs) that was inspired by a Yuzu brew we made with some brewing friends in Japan.
Named after Coronado Island, our original India Pale Ale is a liquid expression of hometown pride. Centennial, Chinook and Columbus hops combine to provide an explosive burst of piney bitterness and luscious notes of apricot, grapefruit and mango that are sure to evoke imagery of swaying palms and sun-kissed shores.
LazerSnake is a good old fashioned Indiana Pale Ale. Brewed with Special Bavarian hops that give LazerSnake it's smooth non-filtered appeal to all craft beer and macro enthusiasts.
The lead hops in Revolution No. 009 include two varieties from the Pacific Northwestâ€”one that provides exotic tropical fruit and coconut notes, and another that offers a balance of earthy pine and citrus qualities. The German hops round out the blend with a dimension of bright fruitiness.
These juicy, hazy, hop bombs are packed to the brim with flavor. In fact, weâ€™ve been downright irresponsible when it comes to hop utilization. Our brewers have been experimenting with everything from lupulin powder, to massive hop backs, exploring the flavor synergies of fermentation hopping, and literally cramming in more dry hops then our tanks can even hold. Our New England-Style IPA rotates through different recipes as and hop charges as we source new and interesting hop verities. See the side of the can for indicators about each new recipe
Peach Cruiser is a San Diego-style IPA brewed with summer in mind. The beer is brewed using a blend of Mosaic, Citra and Azacca hops, with fresh peach puree added to complement the tropical citrus hoppiness. â€œWhen I think of summer, I think of tropical fruit and the beach,â€ says Mark Thiesen, Head Brewer, Coronado Brewing Company. â€œThe blend of hops we used brings out all the bright, tropical fruit characteristics you look for in a summer beer, and the fresh peach puree complements and enhances those flavors nicely. The end result is an incredibly easy-drinking and refreshing IPA thatâ€™s perfect for outdoor activities.â€
Thirst quenching Grapefruit IPA has become Michigan's warm weather requisite for a balanced and refreshing craft beer. With aromas of citrus and tropical fruits, a delicate Grapefruit tartness and a sweet malty backbone ending in a clean finish; This IPA is the first of its kind cheers to short sleeves and long days.
Finch Beer Company is taking flight from our new brewery in the West Fulton neighborhood with our first new beer release. Plumage IPA is a 6.5% ABV and 55 IBU American IPA that features citra and blanc hops.
From Michigan's tanks to Tribes' tap in less than 24 hours, this triple dry hopped American India Pale Ale is guaranteed fresh and damn tasty!
The Sculpin IPA is a testament to our humble beginnings as Home Brew Mart. Founded in 1992, the Mart continues to be a catalyst for the San Diego brewing scene, setting the trend for handcrafted ales. Inspired by our customers, employees and brewers, the Sculpin IPA is bright with aromas of apricot, peach, mango and lemon. Its lighter body also brings out the crispness of the hops. This delicious Ballast Point Ale took a Bronze Medal at the 2007 Great American Beer Festival in the Pro Am category. The Sculpin fish has poisonous spikes on its fins that can give a strong sting. Ironically, the meat from a Sculpin is considered some of the most tasty. Something that has a sting but tastes great, sounds like a Ballast Point India Pale Ale.
This is a one-off keg of the Amager/Surly Todd - The Axe Man, brewed at the Surly brewery in Brooklyn Center, MN. A Surlyfest 2014 exclusive.
With 78 IBUs. Our version of a West Coast IPA- brewed in the San Diego style. This massively hoppy beer gets its flavor and attitude from no less than five hop varieties including Amarillo, Centennial, Cascade, Simcoe and Summit.
A crisp Mexican-style lager with light notes of spice from Northern Brewer hops
Six varieties of American whole flower hops pack bold and juicy flavors into this crisp, drinkable lager. Meet Victory Home Grown. Your NEW American Lager.
Local's Light is a light, yet very tasty lager. The light pilsen malt creates a soft and subtle flavor profile that finishes crisp and clean on your palate.
Local's Light is a perfect beer for the seasoned craft brew enthusiast and someone new to microbrews. When Short's first opened, there was not a great deal of craft beer available in the area. Joe Short wanted to create a beer that would appeal to new craft beer drinkers who lived in Michigan, and introduce them to the complex flavors of other beer styles.
Drumroll is an unfiltered American Pale Ale. A bold, juicy, citrus-inspired and tropically hop forward APA that looks and tastes like pineapple, orange, mango, and grapefruit. The complex fruit character is the result of the careful combination of our favorite current crop year hops with no fruit or juice addition necessary.
Traditional throughout Latin America, the guayabera shirt combines style, functionality, form and tradition in itâ€™s four-pocketed design. We at Cigar City feel the same reverence and appreciation for the guayabera that we do for the Citra hop varietal, an ingredient that imparts notes of tangerine, lime and berries to this traditional American Pale Ale. The exclusive use of Citra hops in this beer creates a flavor thatâ€™s at once unique and recognizable, while itâ€™s dry, crisp character and moderate alcohol make it as refreshing and functional as a crisp linen guayabera.
Brewed with all Michigan-grown Cascade and Chinook hops this Extra Pale Ale is light enough for a session but loaded with aroma and flavor.
When it came to creating Ripper, we drew inspiration from the coastal surf cultures of SoCal and Oz. Sourcing classic Cascade from the Pacific Northwest and Australian Galaxy hops fromâ€¦yesâ€¦Australia, we made a beer both lovers of frothy peaks and hoppy green buds will be stoked about. At the same time, we stayed true to our San Diego roots by pushing the hop boundaries of this style. While some might think it lingers on an edge far closer to an IPA, with all the dry-hop flavor and aroma, itâ€™s actually right in line with the current-day interpretation of a West Coast pale. Ours just so happens to have an Aussie accent thatâ€™s cascading with a juicy amount of grapefruit and passion fruit hoppiness. So veg out or venture out. Either way, rip one open and taste this awesome golden nectar!
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We come from the North. The winter months take their toll. It can make a personâ€¦well, Surly. Still we rise. And when the North rises, the North gets thirsty. This American Pale Ale was brewed to satisfy that thirst. Featuring brightWe come from the North. The winter months take their toll. It can make a personâ€¦well, Surly. Still we rise. And when the North rises, the North gets thirsty. This American Pale Ale was brewed to satisfy that thirst. Featuring bright, citrusy hops and a warming malt base, this is the official beer of Minnesota United. On game day, or any other, forever United, together. Malt 2-Row, Medium Crystal, Cara 8, Cara 20 Hops Warrior, Mandarina Bavaria, Eureka, Chinook Yeast English Ale OG 12Â° Plato Color Hazy Gold IBU 25BU 25
AleSmith dialed in the recipe resulting in an extremely drinkable 6% ABV Pale Ale with light bitterness and accentuated hoppiness designed to fill the gap between AleSmith X Extra Pale Ale and AleSmith IPA. This San Diego Pale Ale will showcase abundant piney and citrusy hop aroma and flavor from an intense dry-hopping schedule. A balanced malt profile will round out these hoppy flavors with a biscuity finish to enhance drinkability throughout the innings.
The name â€œ394â€ (.394) references the highest single-season batting average Gwynn set back in 1994. Note *** in 1941 Ted Williams batted .406, Williams was the last player to bat .400 in a season. ***. Ready to be released at the June 6th Padres Beerfest, San Diego Pale Ale 394 will reflect the commitment to excellence shared by the legendary Tony Gwynn and the AleSmith team.
A mystic legend echoes in our brewhouse - that of St. Lupulin the archetypal hophead. He devoted endless summers to endless rows of hops, tending to the flowers and the beloved resin within - lupulin. Extraordinary oils in this yellow resin provide this dry-hopped extra pale ale with an undeniably pleasing and clean, crisp finish. One sip of this seaasing floral aromasonal summer ale and you, too, will believe.
Dip beneath the flotsam of categories. Past nouns. Beyond exclamations! Down to the autological: words possessing the very property they express. Short is short. Sesquipedalian is long. Sumpin' has that thing on the tip of the tongue, and Easy just rolls off as easy as Sunday morning. Sumpin' Easy is everything we've learned about making hop-forward beer expressed in a moderate voice. Pale, cold, slightly alcoholic, and bitter. It's all we know.
Is a mind-bending whirl of the aromas and flavors of blood orange and Northwest hops.
Pale and Munich
Bittered with German Northern Brewer and Cascade hops and finished with Citra and Amarillo
Extra Pale Ale. The Tuna is a day long companion, riding along a medium bodied frame before crashing into tropical fruits, a touch of floral, and pine
Stella Artois was first brewed as a Christmas beer in leuven. It was named Stella from the star of Christmas, and Artois after Sebastian Artois, founder of the brewery. It's brewed to perfection using the original Stella Artois yeast and the celebrated Saaz hops. It's the optimum premium lager, with it's full flavour and clean crisp taste.
A Unique Dry-Hopped Sweet Tart Sour Mash Ale
We soured the wort on the Hot Side with Lactobacillus for a few days and then brewed up this smooth and hoppy sour. It tastes like a big bowl of fruity candy or some chewable flavored vitamins, but whatâ€™s the difference? Itâ€™s sweet, tart, and sassy, just like the tasty cherry pie that your favorite aunt makes. For all the Aunt Sallyâ€™s out there, You know who you are...
You remember it like it was yesterday. The beer flowed like music. The music was all that mattered. What mattered most was that nothing else mattered at all and the world outside fell away as a dream disappears upon waking, ephemeral and vaporous. You cradled her in your hand, lips trembling, her citrus suchness a swarm of expectation in your mind, her carbonate beauty as satisfying as it was overwhelming. You were new to this dance but she was not. Taking her in completely she seized your senses and you were consumed by the luminous passion, her residual sweetness, and the tart earthiness of her grin... This brew is dedicated to the real Aunt Sally. You know who you are. And you know why.
Drawing its vibrant pink hue from the addition of cherries, this next step in our kettle-sour series combines a fruity tartness with RosÃ© like brightness - perfect for all of your brunching needs and beyond.
The coffee lover's consummate beer. Brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and imported chocolates, and Sumatra and Kona coffee, this stout has an intense fresh-roasted java nose topped with a frothy, cinnamon-colored head that goes forever.
Pasteurised. Usually called Draught; sometimes called Cold or Extra Cold - same beer, but served colder.
Launched in 1961.
Ingredients: Pale ale malt, about 25 to 30% flaked barley, and about 10% roasted barley, with no other grains or sugars; several hop varieties, mainly Goldings (pellets and isomerized extract); a flocculent head-forming ale yeast.
Good things often come in pairs, such as two lines of a verse, lovers, and cozy socks. Our Belgian Single, â€œCouplet,â€ is the first in a pair of beers that weâ€™re quite excited about. This low ABV, easy drinking beer is brewed with Huell Melon hops that give off distinct honeydew melon and strawberry notes to go along with the clean, bready Pilsner malts and Belgian yeast. The second beer in this pair is funkifying in oak barrels with brettanomyces. They may be apart for now, but theyâ€™ll be together again soon enough!
With an aroma of fruit and a slight hint of citrus, paired with high carbonation and a finish leaning toward the dry end, this beer drinks more like champagne than your "average" ale.
Mon Frere ("my brother") begins with a complex bouquet of fruity spiciness, mixed with hints of clove and even bubblegum. Its orange-pale color comes from a wide variety of malts, and adds to the overall rounded sweetness of the beer. Rather deceptively, though living up to the style, Mon Frere weighs in at 9.1% abv.
Lemon and Cumin add to the Uniqueness
Troublesomeâ€™s meaner cousin will flail your tongue as hard as he can, but being such a little guy, youâ€™ll probably just pucker a bit. Spawned through an overnight kettle souring with our house lactobacillus culture, the wort emerges furious at what we did to it. Then, just because, we pitch a saison yeast and allow it to free rise to itâ€™s further distain. It comes out angrier
uh, angrier than... well, something really angry. But at 3.8% ABV thereâ€™s no reason for you to be too afraid.
Collaboration with Hopleaf! We started by brewing a traditional German Berlinerweissâ€”which Napolean's men called the Champagne of the Northâ€”then tweaked it with a homemade tea blend to impart a slight apricot hue and botanical aromatics.
Tropical Lover delivers aromas of mango, passion fruit, and guava up front, which transition into a lightly sweet and refreshingly tart finish. Malt Bill: 2 Row, Wheat Hops: Centennial
Dry English style cider lightly hopped with a blend of Cascade and Amarillo hops
Octorock is a semi-sweet Modern Cider fermented with Michigan apples and a blend of Belgian and traditional cider yeast. Octorock is light-bodied with delicate fruit and yeast aromas and a hint of spice. Initial bright apple flavors in this cider provide a slight sweetness that lingers on the palate before a relatively clean finish.
A lot of people have asked us "why are there Bee's on the label?" Well, we don't really have an answer for you other than they just look cool. This is a light bodied easy drinking ale. We only use real raspberries so the flavor is very mild fruit and balanced, not what you would expect from a "fruit" beer. The way we see it is we're brewers so lets make good beer, not some fruity carbonated malt beverage. Oh yeah, our motto..."beer first, fruit second".
ROADIE GRAPEFRUIT RADLER was named both for the road biking cyclist (roadie) and the German word for cycling (radler) and inspired by Great Divideâ€™s roots in the cycling community. Brewed with natural grapefruit puree, this easy-drinking ale pours a hazy sunrise gold and is bursting with citrus aroma. Unique in its class, this Radler is refreshing and slightly tart, with just enough bitterness to keep both cyclists and spectators coming back for more. 4.2% ABV
Not another boring summer wheat beer or lemonade shandyâ€”RÃ¼bÃ¦us is Founders' way to celebrate the season's warmest months. Optimizing the flavor of fresh raspberries added at multiple stages during fermentation, this stunning berry red masterpiece is the perfect balance of sweet and tart. No question about it, with a hefty malt bill and 5.7% ABV, this beer is 100% Founders.
Notes of peach are prevalent on the nose. Tartness comes through on the palate.
It's not a unique idea, but one that everyone on the Central Coast understandsâ€¦ Call something "805" and it means local. As a regional craft brewer we have always known that the closer the beer is to where it was brewed, the fresher it is. In fact since 1996 our brewery has been built on fresh, local beers for the Central Coastâ€¦. so we created a beer just for our locals in the "805".
Light in color but full of flavor, we spiced this ale w/ orange peel, lemon peel & coriander.
A highly drinkable ale steeped with hibiscus flowers and a touch of orange peel for a natural tartness and slight pink hue.
Just like the Evolution replaced the Shovelhead, our Big Twin DIPA is evolving into a killer 8% intensely hopped, bright double IPA with a dry but bitter finish. Hopped with mandarina and mosaic, it is a superbly well balanced brew!
CA$H MONY is an Imperial IPA brewed with a wasteful amount of the very best hops we could secure. An ample malt bill is paired with a huge dose of pungent hop flavor. citrus dominates the aroma, accentuated by notes of melon, pine and tropical fruity.
Double Pale Ale. Brewed just once a year, this beer takes everything we love about Double Daisy Cutter and skins it with the tropical impact of Galaxy hops. Typically available in May. 8% ABV
This is the first time we've brought this out of its scabbard. We've never released a Double IPA - and this will make its debut at our 5th Anniversary Party on 5/17. Attacking your ability to make good choices, this bully quickly becomes your best friend.
Navaja is a Double IPA that changes each time we brew it, unless we don't change it. This go-round is a little more This is the first time we've brought this out of its scabbard. We've never released a Double IPA - and this will make its debut at our 5th Anniversary Party on 5/17. Attacking your ability to make good choices, this bully quickly becomes your best friend.
Navaja is a Double IPA that changes each time we brew it, unless we don't change it. This go-round is a little more aggressive. Heavy on Citra, Mosaic, and Columbus hops and Golden Promise malt; Navaja is a shredder rotating on all cylinders.Navaja is a shredder rotating on all cylinders.
Sticky Icky Icky on acid; bright aromas of apricot, orange and nectarines, while remaining well rounded with a touch of earth bitterness.
Our new DIPA brewed with fresh grapefruit juice and zest.
An extremely hoppy ale, that really does smell like weed
This beer is intended to be our interpretation, paying homage, to the true west coast style. Expect big, bold and bracing bitterness with tropical fruit notes of mango and grapefruit. Taste the bold and resinous flavor from massive dry hopping. But you better be careful 'cause this brew will take you from 0-100 real fast!
Our Blood Orange Gose is a tart, refreshing wheat ale that is kettle-soured with lactobacillus and brewed with sea salt and coriander. However, unlike traditional versions of the style, ours features liberal additions of blood oranges during fermentation. This imparts tangy citrus notes that complement the champagne-like flavors, creating a complex and sessionable ale perfect for any occasion.
An American Wheat Ale, Gumballhead is named in honor of the underground comic book cat created by Rob Syers. Initially a seasonal summer beer, now brewed year round due to demand. This beer helped redefine American Wheat Beers. Brewed with Amarillo Hops and a generous portion of American red wheat, Gumballhead has a complex hop aroma with notes of grapefruit, lemon zest, marmalade and peach. These flavors combined with low bitterness make Gumballhead a refreshing American Wheat Beer that doesn't suck.
Bell's Oberon is a wheat ale fermented with Bell's signature house ale yeast, mixing a spicy hop character with mildly fruity aromas. The addition of wheat malt lends a smooth mouthfeel, making it a classic summer beer.
A crushable ale to celebrate the end of winter and rejoice the coming of warm weather! This American Wheat Ale is brewed with Apollo and Amarillo hops, with a dry-hop blend of Crystal, Amarillo, and Mosaic, resulting in a mellow bitterness and pronounced flowery and citrus aromas.
Flaked Oats with a malt blend of 2-row, Red Wheat, and Carapils, create a light golden color and a smooth silky mouthfeel in this brew.
Brewed with an experimental hop from Hop Head Farms and inspired by the -230C nights on the surface of Planet X.
A striking, robust porter full of warmth and chocolate malt. Eugene is a robust porter named after Eugene V. Debs, an American union leader and activist who led the Pullman Railroad strike in 1894. An assortment of Belgian specialty malts form a complex structure of toasted grain and caramel flavors. Dark chocolate malt makes this porter black as night and infuses it with its distinct intense, chocolate essence.
Pours silky black with a creamy tan head. The nose is sweet with strong chocolate and caramel malt presence. No absence of hops gives Founders' robust porter the full flavor you deserve and expect. Cozy like velvet. It's a lover, not a fighter.
Crystal and Chinook full-hopped character, dark orange hued in color, light on the nose but has a nice spicy/sweet finish. Caramel sweet maltiness with peppery spiciness from the rye. This is the beer that makes "Lincoln-Way" famous!
Old Chub is a Scottish strong ale brewed with hearty amounts of seven different malts, including crystal and chocolate malts, and a smidge of US and UK hops. Old Chub also gets a dash of beechwood-smoked grains imported from Bamburg, Germany, home of the world's greatest smoked beers. Old Chub is 8% alcohol by volume. While Dale's satisfies our hop addiction, Old Chub takes care of our deep affections for malt. The cola-colored beer (almost black) features a tan head, a creamy, skim-milk mouthfeel, and rich, semi-sweet flavors of caramel and chocolate throughout. The addition of smoked grains gives Old Chub a delicate kiss of smoke on the finish. Old Chub is the beer equivalent of a lightly smoked single malt scotch, or your favorite dark chocolate. We call it Rocky Mountain Mutha's Milk. People who tell us defiantly, \I don't drink dark beer
The aroma and flavor of this classic hefeweizen (or weissbier/wheat beer with yeast) is decidedly fruity with clove, nutmeg-like and even vanilla-like phenolics. Banana-like esters are also present. This beer is made with over 50 percent malted wheat, and hop rates are quite low, with hop flavor and aroma being absent. Hefeweizen is well attenuated and very highly carbonated, yet its relatively high starting gravity and alcohol content make it a medium-full bodied beer. The color is very pale. Because yeast is present, the beer will have yeast flavor and a characteristically fuller mouthfeel and is appropriately very cloudy.
Alcohol by Weight (Volume): 4.6% (5.9%)
Bitterness (IBU): 14
Color SRM (EBC): 4 (8)
A cocktail-inspired brew loaded with ginger and lime.
Our Moscow Mule Ale is a tart and refreshing beer version of the classic cocktail. Loaded with lime zest and ginger over a kettle-soured base beer, Moscow Mule Ale tantalizes your taste buds with tangy and effervescent flavors, finishing with a slight hint of spice from the ginger. Itâ€™s the perfect way to enjoy a Moscow Mule without the shaker or copper mug.
Brown Ale with Sumatran coffee added.