What’s on tap
A refreshingly crisp saison with tart cherries to mark the arrival of spring.
Handmade in the ecclesiastic brewing style of the great Belgian abbeys. This golden ale is light-bodied, drinkable, and full of complex, fermentation-derived flavors such as fruit, spices, & honey.
An American style Red Ale. This red has lots of hop character from late addition Centennial, Mosaic, and Simcoe hops. Solidly malty with a hop fruitiness and dankness.
Has an aroma somewhere between Italian roast, cream, and slightly singed chocolate chip cookies. Flavors of dark chocolate, coffee, vanilla fudge, and anise. Finishes with a burnt sugar and herbal Fuggle hop finish. This seductively strong beer takes no prisoners.
For the Winter, we brewed a Brown Ale to reflect the season. Special B and Black maltsgive this beer its color. Dark Belgian Candi sugar also adds color and flavor to complement the maltiness. Traditional Belgian yeast is used and imparts fruitiness in this beer to create a complex brew for these dark Winter months.
This traditional unfiltered Bavarian Style Hefeweizen was brewed with 50% wheat. The German yeast strain used produces flavors of banana and cloves, notes of apple, and a moderate level of alcohol. This hefeweizen has a thick creamy collar of foam and is deliciously refreshing.
The pinnacle of Abbey beers, this Belgian Style Quadruple is dominated by dates, raisins, molasses, and lush malt notes. Despite its dry finish, it has a sweetness that comes through from the alcohol and fruitiness imparted by the yeast. This is a big, bold beer that is delicious today, but will cellar exceptionally well.
This Robust Porter combines roasty aromas up front with a dark cocoa finish. It is brewed with Oregon hops to balance the bittersweet, chocolate malt. This ale drinks like an iced mocha and is a great way to end your day.
Showcasing Mosaic hops that give a bold grapefruit twist, this IPA is triple dry hopped with a blend of Mosaic, Amarillo, Centennial, and Citra hops. The well-balanced malt bill takes a back seat to the bright citrus-forward hop notes.
This is a tribute to the late Pierre Celis’s famous Grand Cru. It defies categorization; it shares some attributes of a Belgian Trippel and others of a Belgian Golden Strong Ale. Very drinkable.
A medium dark ale with a malt profile providing currants, raisins, and plum flavors. The frutiness from the yeast comple-ments the malt to create a complex and delicious beer.
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