Dry-hopped with Citra and Mosaic, this hazy IPA is a juice bomb that explodes with tropical notes. At 6.8% ABV, it's ideal for low-key day-drinking.
The classic springtime combination of strawberries and rhubarb comes together beautifully is sweet and sour ale.
Pouring a deep garnet in color, this rye ale is rich with complex notes of vanilla, toffee and charred oak acquired through aging in barrels of six-year-aged Templeton Rye whiskey. With an ABV of 12.9% and a caramel malt character balanced by herbal, citrusy hops, this is one to savor slowly.
Made with loads of cacao nibs from French Broad Chocolate, piles of coconut, and smatterings of brown sugar, this is not your typical brown ale.
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After aging in bourbon barrels for just shy of two months, this tripel gets a caffeine boost from the addition of cold brew made from naturally processed Ethiopian beans from a local roaster.
The jammy juiciness of 12 pounds of real boysenberries per barrel is balanced with a bit of pucker from a first-stage fermentation with lactobacillus in this fruited ale. Coriander gives off hints of wildflowers and a pinch of sea salt rounds out the flavors.
Southern Passion hops harmonize with a variety of malts for a crisp, mellow lager loaded with notes of tropical fruits.
Released in honor of the impending finale of Game of Thrones, this golden ale is co-fermented with pinot grigio and viognier grape juices, then bottle conditioned with Champagne yeast.