ON DRAUGHT and BOTTLES – Updated 1/19/17

Belgian Blonde – This easy drinking beer brewed year round was brewed with our Belgian house strain of yeast. It packs a punch of fruity belgian yeast characteristic. Low bitterness.

20IBU, 5%ABV

Atheist Ale –   This India Pale Ale Citra Hop Bomb is the first in our Indoctrination Series.  Shove this beer down your throat. Bright, fruity, with apricot notes.

70IBU, 7%ABV

Rumspringa – This tart acorn squash ale is the next rendition in our Indoctrination Series.  Lightly hopped and brewed with cinnamon, this ale will make an Amish out to you.

20IBU, 6%ABV Bottles Only

 I Do Brew – She said, “I do”.  To celebrate our head brewers nuptial, his new wife snuck into the brewery and collaborated with the rest of the brew team in secret to make this delicious beer.  The Belgian house strain of yeast gives this beer a fruity kick along with sweet orange peel and coriander.  Enjoy!

20IBU, 9% ABV Draught and Bottles

Hoppy Black – Just like the name says, Hoppy and Black.  This toned down version of a Black IPA still packs a solid hoppiness from generous Simcoe hopping.  Expect malty rich toasty flavors and a bitter backbone

40IBU, 6% ABV

Believers Brew – This American style Oatmeal Stout is dark and malty.  Generous dark malts adds hints coffee and chocolate while oatmeal lends a fuller mouthfeel and solid head retention.   You’ll certainly love this winter favorite.  Tis the Season

20IBU, 7%ABV Bottles Only

MuscovyThe yearly return of our Russian Imperial Stout.  This rendition of a much loved style was brewed with American ale yeast and aged for nearly a year in Brandy Barrels.  Expect apple and caramel flavors from the barrels, roasty, coffee and chocolate flavors from the grain.  Mildly bitter. Intense and Big.

50IBU, 14%ABV Bottles and Draught

Hunny Do Brew – Do you know how it seems every husband has a hunny-do list?   Our head brewer crossed this one off his list. To celebrate his nuptial he brewed this Belgian Style Quad Ale with Honey special for his Hunny.  Aged for 9 months in Breckenridge Bourbon Barrels.

50IBU, 12%ABV Bottles and Draught

Brett Red – Brewed in the Summer of 2014, this dark malty American Red Ale was aged in Stainless Steel and conditioned with Brett C Giving this beer a tart and funky aroma.

20IBU 7%ABV Bottle Only

Capulus Prex – This Sour Blonde Ale was aged in George Dickel whiskey barrels for 1 year and then transferred to a holding tank to age further on cocoa nibs from Etherial Confections and vanilla beans from Madagascar.

1IBU 7%ABV Bottles and Draught

Adambier - This beer is a sour, smoked imperial brown ale making its first appearance since the 2014 midterm elections.  Brewed specifically to give patrons a better choice in this nasty political season.  Aged in Four Roses Bourbon Barrels for 12 months this beer packs complex flavors.  Soured with Brettanomyces and Pediococcus.

1IBU, 8.0%ABV Bottles and Draught

Apocrypha – Brewed in the Fall of 2015 and aged in La Pitchoune Pinot Noir barrels.  This black saison was fermented with our house blend of sour yeast.  Giving this malty sour black saison a snap of lactic acid characteristic along with a sharp roasty grain mouth feel.

1IBU  7%ABV Bottles and Draught

Papaya Brett - Papaya Brett is a limited release American Wild Ale aged on imported Costa Rican papayas. This ale was brewed November 3rd, 2015 and aged for 11 months.   Fermented with 100% Brett yeast strains, this beer is tart, complex, and fruity.

1IBU, 8%ABV Bottles and Draught

Ordnance Old Ale – This beer is all that it can be.  Our brother in arms, Clayton served his country and now would like to serve you this beer. A mild bitterness, malty, and tart with big bourbon notes.  It was aged in Four Rose Bourbon Barrels for between 1 and 3 years. Salute the troops.

40IBU, 9%ABV Bottles and Draught

Delphian – This sour blonde ale was conditioned in Chardonnay barrels with a host of wild bacteria, DH lightly with Mosaic hops.  This brew is wine-like.  Reminiscent of peaches and white grapes.  Tart.













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