The American Brown is our best selling beer and it has been welcomed time and time again onto the taps of so many pubs and restaurants around town. Malty, caramelly, tart and toasty, earthy and citrusy, with delicious hints of bitter chocolate and dark roasted coffee
ABV = 4.8% IBUs = 35
ROTATING MONTHLY STYLE
This isn't a little Pale Ale and it isn't the biggest of Pale Ales but it's our Pale Ale and it's big but grounded by a strong malt backbone. Familiar pale ale traits plus rich graininess, subtle spice and crisp mouthfeel from the rye, lots of caramel, black pepper, pine cones, and grapefruit zest with a well-rounded bittersweet finish. Pick it up and run with it, act like you stole it... as long as you paid for it we don't care. Best yet, we entered our Rye Pale in the Great American Beer Festival and it took Gold in 2014!
ABV = 4.6% IBUs = 50
In Scotland back in the 1800s, breweries were taxed based on their beers' starting gravity. A 70/- like this was a moderate-strength table beer with a moderate burden. Supper beer at its finest: malty with some caramelization, like cola or candied orange peel or marshmallows over a campfire. Freshly-cut grass, ripe fruit, earthy with a whiff of pipe tobacco. Light hop bitterness lending a clean finish. Slainte!
ABV = 3.9% IBUs = 18
Angel and The Sword seems like an odd name for a peace offering, but hear us out. Sometimes you just have to blend cultures. Toledo, Spain is an UNESCO World Heritage Site called “the city of three cultures” for the continuous coexistence of Jews, Christians, and Muslims since ancient times. They haven’t always gotten along, at times horrendously so, but they do their best. Here is a great craft beer which IS NOT IPA. Biscuity and bittersweet, familiar and unfamiliar, way more going on than its light color and alcohol content would suggest.
ABV = 4.6% IBUs = 32
A rare feat of beauty and balance. We think this refreshing session beer has something for everyone. Grainy, malty, biscuity, caramelly, bittersweet, with some tantalizing New-World-meets-Old-World hoppy traits thrown in. Hints of freshly-cut grass, black pepper, black currant, orange marmalade. Well-rounded mineral-water mouthfeel with subtle tea-like tannins. Tasty and tame enough to drink a few. Finally, something your father-in-law and you can agree on.
ABV = 4.2% IBUs = 42