Red Ale – Classic
Dark Caffeinated Clown
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Red ale with rosemary, cayenne pepper & black pepper
Smoked Pale Ale
Citrusy Brown Ale
Belgian Tripel with Pinot Noir
Double Hibiscus Wheat with Pinot Noir
Smoked Light Ale with Coffee
Pineapple Rhubarb Wheat
Let’s just get this out of the way, we hate this name. It sucks. It lacks any creativity, it lacks depth, its an anagram for its most blasé description: Grapefruit Rye India Pale Ale. It’s like calling your sandwich Ham and Cheese Sandwich. Yeah it’s technically correct, but still…ANYWAY, we love, love, love this beer! Once again, we started this recipe before we had ever seen this style on the market, but even now with versions of this available, we still contend this is the absolute best version out there and a top notch IPA in its own right. In fact, we’re going to go ahead and call this the pinnacle of Grapefruit beers. Go ahead, prove us wrong. Maybe we should change the name to “champion”. No, that name sucks too. Screw it. Try it, if you love it like we do and have a name suggestion, let us know, maybe we’ll change it an give you credit and you can brag to your friends you named the best grapefruit rye ipa ever. We might even acknowledge it.
When we decided to do a coffee stout, we knew with the amount of versions available in the market, we had to do something different to stand out. So we started with Kona coffee, the real deal stuff from Hawaii, and then we put an obnoxious amount into our brew. In order to back the bitterness of the coffee we gave it a stiff malt backing to take off the edge and some oats to give it a creamy mouthfeel. The result is a beer that resembles an iced coffee on a blue pill. If you’re thirsty after 4 hours, drink another.
You may not realize it, but you probably owe your life to this toasted coconut cream ale. This beer was the cure to the virus that started the great Zombie Clown Apocalypse. If you don’t know what we’re talking about, it’s probably because your government covered it up or something, but trust us, we were this close to being overrun by decaying clowns chasing down the last of us for dinner. More approachable than an actual clown, this is a smooth cream ale brewed with toasted coconut flakes to give a roasted but sweet taste. We pay our homage to this beer as frequently as possible by pouring a pint and having gratitude for it’s great taste and a zombie clown free society.
A lot of breweries hang their hat on their traditional “Brown” or classic “Red”. We’re not one of them. This beer is a great example of what we are all about, it’ our non-conforming “Pink”. At the time we started developing this brew, we weren’t aware of any hibiscus beers on the market. We ran through several iterations of this recipe and when we decided it had just the right amount of hibiscus, we went ahead and doubled it. The result is beverage that draws you in like a insect to bug lamp, without the harsh arrival. Light, crisp, slightly tart, totally Pink. It’s been accused of being a chick beer, but we have no shame in calling it one of our favorites. It’s a great introduction to beer for those who typically avoid it, and a great introduction to our lineup for those who love craft beer. Real Men and Women drink pink beer!