Nothing is normal this year, so why should Oktoberfest be? Instead, we are...
Milton’s Tropical Vacation – Hazy Pale Ale
Big things come in small packages – this pale ale is no exception. Tangerine and coconut aroma collide with big pineapple and papaya flavors. Backed by a fluffy body that’s soft as silk and full of flavor, this beer offers all the satisfaction of a tropical vacation packed into a sessionable package. Be like Milton […]
The Ecstasy of Gold – West Coast IPA
Our homage to El Dorado hops – “El Dorado” translates to “The Golden One.” Our newest West Coast IPA radiates gold and ruby in the glass. Flakey pie crust up front meets branches of mulberries and wild blackberry brambles. El Dorado lends an extra candy-like finish, making this beer irresistibly drinkable.
Barrel Aged Femme Petale – Honey Hibiscus Saison
This Saison was originally brewed with the Charleston BREWSTERS, an organization that encourages women to brew at local Charleston breweries, and they did an awesome job. We brewed a Saison and added Hibiscus flowers in the kettle and honey in the fermenter. This batch was aged on Chardonnay Barrels. For the month of October $1 […]
Green Ghost – Hoppy Hefeweizen
We used Grüngeist hops to make a bitter version of our traditional Hefeweizen. This hop adds peach and passionfruit to the banana and clove flavors of the hefe, not to mention a nice dose of bitterness to balance out the beer. Enjoy this beer while you can…it’s a limited edition.
Putin the Terrible – Imperial Russian Stout
Our Russian Imperial Stout is made in the tradition of 18th Century English brewers, who supplied this style to the royal court of Russia’s Catherine the Great. This version of the style uses slightly higher hopping rates of Centennial and Chinook hops to balance the beer. The result is an intense brew with rich complex […]
Tart Vader – Berliner Weisse
This sour wheat is bright, tart and refreshing. Napoleon’s troops referred to Berliner Weisse as the “Champagne of the North” due to its lively and elegant character. Our representation of this classic German style wheat beer is kettle soured, and lightly hopped resulting in an acidic lemony tartness that is perfect for the summer heat. […]
Barrel Aged Log Tosser – Wee Heavy Scotch Ale
Long boil times and low fermentation temperatures create an exceptionally malty beer with sweet caramel and butterscotch flavors. It pours a beautiful dark copper hue, and you’ll find dark fruit aromas on the nose as it warms up. At 9.7% ABV it hides its alcohol well making it very drinkable. Brewed in collaboration with Commonhouse […]
Wicked Throat Charmer – Hazy IPA
This juicy New England style IPA is wicked awesome! It’s a nice alternative to West Coast IPAs. Dry hopped at the height of fermentation with tons of Citra and Amarillo, this beer is definitely hop forward but has almost no bitterness on the back end. It has a hazy orange color, and is full of […]
First Blood – Hefeweizen with Blood Orange
This refreshingly tart and crisp Bavarian style wheat ale has hints of banana, coriander and clove. In German the prefix “Hefe” means “with yeast”, hence the beer’s unfiltered and cloudy appearance. We’ve also added blood oranges in the fermenter which rounds out the beer with a subtle citrusy zest on the backend.
Throat Charmer – Double IPA
Did you know a Throat Charmer is an Australian slang term for a beer? After a hot dusty day working in the outback, a throat charmer will really sort you out. Throat Charmer is our new American-style Double IPA. This beautiful beer is loaded with hops and it will charm you from the first swallow. […]
Spilt Milk – Milk Stout
Our take on this classic style has big roasted barley flavor on the front end and balanced sweetness on the backend. Milk stout, sometimes called ‘cream’ or ‘sweet’ stout, is a stout containing lactose, a sugar derived from milk. Lactose is unfermentable by beer yeast, so it adds sweetness and body to the finished beer. […]
Barrel Aged Keep Calm and Saison – French Farmhouse Ale
Aged on Brandy barrels. This French farmhouse/saison ale is dry, fruity and peppery with a pale straw-colored haze and billowy head when poured. Saison (pronounced say-zohn) is French for “season”. This farmhouse style of beer was historically brewed in the winter months when temperatures were lower and more favorable for fermentation and then consumed by […]