- Black Wit: A light, refreshing witbier (wheat, coriander and orange peel) turned dark and mordant through specialty grains, coldbrew coffee and unending cynicism about the state of the world. I BLAME SOCIETY. 7% ABV, 11 IBU, 29 SRM.
- Salted Chocolate Imperial Stout: A rich, dark stout flavor blasted with cocoa and bourbon. Salt for added frisson. 4.9% ABV, 62 IBU, 64 SRM.
- Scotch Ale: Deep garnet color, heavy and sweet, peat smoke notes. 7% ABV, 12 IBU, 16 SRM.
- Mahlab ESB: Like a pale ale, but maltier! Crisp cereal finish with a complex spiciness from the pits of St. Lucie cherries. 6.5% ABV, 37 IBU, 10 SRM.
- Irish Red Ale: Some “expert” on a beer-rating website said it tasted like drinking water out of a dirty garden hose. We get where he’s coming from, but it’s pretty good and people drink a lot of it. WHATEVERRRR. 5% ABV, 31 IBU, 12 SRM.
- Bruce Lée Brown: A high-quality brown ale taken OVER THE TOP tiger-style with the addition of some sugar we bruléed for like a million hours. Full mouthfeel, slight sweetness, aroma of burnt sugar. Comes with a free roundhouse kick to the head. 5.1% ABV, 14 IBU, 24 SRM.
- Pecan Chicory Stout: It’s basically the beer equivalent of that one Usher song–the pecan adds buttery top notes, the grain bill is mellow on roast notes but provides lots of body and mouthfeel, the chicory give you nice herbal bass notes. You’ll want to make love to these suds (hey) to these suds (hey). 7% ABV, 35 IBU, 30 SRM
- Pumpkin Gose: Ever wondered why all pumpkin beers taste like sweet garbage? It’s the pumpkin pie spice. We did you a favor and omitted it. Salty, slightly sour, full creamy mouthfeel (what pumpkin actually adds to beer). 5.3% ABV, 6 IBU, 7 SRM.
On deck: Rosemary Juniper Pale Ale, Slam Dunkel, Tax Evader, Stuarts Cool IPA 420 Mannnnnn