Dubbel Dog Dare – Belgian Dubbel
Check out the brewery sign – that’s Tassie, the brewery dog! Tassie’s beer is a classic Belgian style abbey ale. It’s full flavored and malty, but has a dry finish with some toffee notes. The yeast also adds a layer of subtle Belgian fruitiness.
S.M.A.S.H. – Pale Ale
S.M.A.S.H. beers are defined by their simplicity. Single Malt And Single Hop. This is our rotating series of beers featuring regional and worldwide malts and hops. Our latest in the series uses Marris Otther malt from Essex England and East Kent Goldings hops from England. A nicely balanced beer that showcases both malt and hops.
Femme Petale – Honey Hibiscus Saison
This Saison was 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 Burgundy Barrels.
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.
Hop to Conclusions – New England IPA
Having a case of the Monday’s? Can’t find your red stapler? This New England IPA can help! Dry hopped at the height of fermentation with tons of Amarillo and Idaho 7 hops, this beer is bursting with tropical fruit and pine, and significant back end bitterness to balance the finish.
Southern Aurora – Pale Ale
This pale ale uses a truly international mix of ingredients – Galaxy Hops from Tasmania in Australia, yeast from Melbourne in Australia, and grain from Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. This all combines to produce a hop forward pale ale that is dominated by the passionfruit and citrus flavors of the hops, […]
Fence Hopper – International IPA
We called this beer an international IPA because it uses ingredients from all over the world. Galaxy hops from Australia, Simcoe hops from the USA, and grains from the UK, Canada, Germany, and the USA. So be like our head brewer and hop some fences with this balanced IPA.
S’more S’more S’more – Sweet Stout
(In the midnight hour she cried) S’MORE S’MORE S’MORE Brewed for Halloween, this sweet stout combines all the flavors of a S’more. We added Graham Crackers in the mash, chocolate malt, biscuit malt, honey malt, and vanilla beans in the fermentor. All that’s missing is the campfire. Very S’morish.
Keep Calm and Saison – French Farmhouse
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 farmhands in the hot […]
S.M.A.S.H. VIENNA COLUMBUS
S.M.A.S.H. beers are defined by their simplicity. Single Malt And Single Hop. This is the fourth beer in our smash series. In this beer we have used Vienna malt from Germany and Columbus hops from the Yakima Valley. The result is a crisp beer that showcases both the malt and the hops.
Common Criminal – California Common
California Common Ale is the only truly indigenous American beer style. It’s know as a hybrid beer combining characteristics of both ales and lagers. Our interpretation of the style uses ale yeast brewed at lager temperatures leaving us a malty, somewhat sweet front end, and a clean finish with hints of mint from the Northern […]
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 […]
Bare Knuckle Dunkel – Dunkelweizen
Dunkelweizen means Dark Wheat in German. This is a malty version of the popular German-style wheat beer. The spicy clove and banana characters paired with the malt might make you think of banana bread. We’ve brewed this specifically for our Septemberfest Charleston Beer Week Event. Prost!
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. […]