Mahlab ESB: Bready and balanced with a sweet cherry pie aroma and a surprisingly dry finish. 5.1% ABV, 34 IBU, 10 SRM.
Double IPA: Based on the long-standing tradition of tax evasion among British ale brewers, this giant IPA is brewed with a significant amount of jaggery (a semi-refined sugar used by British brewers to avoid taxes on malted barley in the 18th and 19th century) and a huge amount of citra hops. Marshmallow and rum notes with a nice hoppy finish. 9.8%ABV, 65 IBU, 9 SRM.
Hopped Oat: A gluten-reduced (the recipe includes only gluten-free oat malt, but it’s processed on beer equipment, which: gluten city!) beer made from some dude’s master’s thesis in brewing chemistry. We honestly had no idea what to expect until fermentation was finished. Very light bodied, drinks like a hopped wheat beer. The oats provide a unique mouthfeel and accentuate the hop aroma! 5.1% ABV, 67 IBU, 3 SRM.
Pecan Chicory Stout: Buttery pecan topnotes, smooth, chocolate body, lasting herbal bitterness from the chicory. Possibly the last time this winter that it will be on tap?!? 6.4% ABV, 42 IBU, 34 SRM.
Scotch Ale: Malty, toffee sweetness, full mouthfeel and lingering peat smokiness. 8% ABV, 16 IBU, 22 SRM.