Made from a kriek lambic blended with a dark sour, this complex sour ale is aged in wine barrels, before being mixed with a golden sour.
Ripe with notes of pineapple, honeysuckle and grapefruit, this double IPA owes its assertive flavor profile to a trio of Simcoe, Azacca and Mosaic hops.
Dry-hopped with Amarillo for notes of grapefruit and melon, this ale packs in an impressive amount of flavor for 113 calories per 16 oz. can.
At 9.7% ABV and 94 IBUs, this imperial IPA packs a wallop in the flavor and aroma departments.
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This annual variant on the brewery's Bomb! imperial stout is aged in oak barrels on coffee, cacao nibs, vanilla beans and chili peppers and packs a formidable 14.7% ABV.
Aging the 10W-40 10W-40 imperial stout on Palo Santo wood imparts notes of camp fire-roasted marshmallows, toasted coconut and orange peel to an already rich, chocolatey concoction.
An engaging fruit-forward hop character and a silky finish characterize this 7% ABV hazy IPA dry-hopped with Citra, Chinook, Centennial and Denali hops. A second round of Citra, Cashmere, Galaxy, and Mosaic hops rounds out the flavor profile.
This classic witbier is inspired by the rugged nature of the sea.