Our sweet Italian basil IPA might be your favorite, or perhaps the garlic amber. The sweetness of our wee heavy complements the heavy oak and peat flavors expected of Islay scotches. Our hefeweizen with apricots and Moroccan dates adds a Mediterranean flair to the German classic; Indian Chamomile blends with the coriander and orange flavors of a traditional Belgian Wit. Chinese pears travel the Silk Road to flavor our Saison. Our stout with Turkish coffee and cardamom and sweet orange peel evokes the Arabic tradition of serving coffee.
Garlic Amber: This amber, though American at its roots, focuses on the maltier side of things in order to compliment the garlic flavor. Served in Imperial Pint glass. 5.4% ABV.
Grätzer: The grätzer is a traditional beer style originating in western Poland. Once known as Polish champagne for its high quality and high carbonation and exported to dozens of nations before World War II, it floundered and ultimately disappeared commercially in the early 1990s after years of neglect under the Communist regime. Interest from the homebrewing community revived the style in this century. Though grätzer was described a century ago as having an intense hop flavor, today is it known for its smokiness: The wheat malt is dried in a kiln directly by oak smoke, which gives it its smoky aroma and flavor. Served in a Footed Pilsner glass. 5.1% ABV.
Strong Scotch Ale: We've stayed true to the malty roots of this beer, but were unable to keep our love of Islay scotches at bay. A small amount of peated malt separates this ale from its Wee Heavy kin. Clean yeast and a mild hop earthiness accentuate the peat and hold up to the American oak. Served in a Snifter. 7.6% ABV.
Belgian Blonde: This was the first beer brewed on our brand-new, seven-barrel Alpha Brewing Operations system. Crisp and brite with a spicy Belgian nose. This is a great beer to enjoy on our patio in the early summer weather. Served in a Belgian Tulip. 4.5% ABV.
Transatlantic Brown: This beer occupies the space between American and British browns. Expect notes of chocolate, roasted barley and coffee, but expect them to sit side-by-side with a strong and spicy hop flavor. This beer is all British plus the American IBU muscle. Served in a British Imperial Pint glass. 40 IBU, 6.0% ABV.
Irish Red: Our easy-drinking Irish Red is reminiscent of a freshly-spiced muffin, or sugar as it begins to slowly caramelize. It's deep garnet color should put you in the mindset of rubies, emeralds, or pots of gold. Give your palate a break from summer hop intensity and travel to Ireland for an hour! Served in a British Imperial Pint. 5.6% ABV.
Scottish 80 Shilling: A mild aroma of dates and raisins results in a light, fruity sensation on your palate. Named after the historic way in which Scottish beer was taxed, it is subtle and slightly malt forward with a dry finish, low fruity esters, and a hint of butterscotch. Served in an Imperial Pint glass. 4.2% ABV.
Imperial Basil IPA: Our popular basil IPA is back and bigger than ever. We collaborated with Root Shoot Malting and Inland Island to craft a delicious summer treat. Hopped with 5 pounds of fresh basil in addition to Columbus, Magnum, Citra, and Centennial Hops, its a earthy, herbal delight! Served in a Brandy Snifter. 10.5% ABV
Sahti: A traditional Finnish beer that utilizes juniper berries, which share some of the same bittering and preservative qualities of hops. One pound of berries went into the mash, one pound into the boil, and five pounds for dry hopping. Strong and dark, with a hint of bittersweet baker's chocolate. Served in a Munique glass. 7.4% ABV.
Rye Saison: A lightly fruity aroma blends well with the spicy rye notes and the floral clove-like characteristics of the Belgian yeast. A fusion of a French classic with flaked American Rye this bronze-colored beverage is perfect for the patio on a warm summer's day. Served in a Munique glass. 5.25% ABV
Chocolate Raspberry Saison
Imperial Saison: In the mood for a sweet treat? Enjoy this Imperial twist on a French classic. Brewed in honor of Bastille Day bubblegum, cracked pepper, and fresh clove are the leading aromatics, while the effervescence tickles the tongue. Beautiful honey-colored or the color of the evening sun in the French Riviera. Served in a Brandy snifter. 9% ABV
New Zealand IPA: Intrepid Sojourner's version of the American taproom staple, this style of India Pale Ale is more resinous and dank than its New England or Colorado cousins. Served in a Spiegelau IPA glass. 79 IBU, 7.2% ABV.
Arrived 8/12/17: Weizenbock: Take a trip to the beer halls of Germany. A stronger, maltier version of a dunkelweizen with pronounced yeast esters of juicy dates and ripe prunes. Bold and complex yet not too heavy for a summer's day. The wheat keeps it light and a little spicy. Served in a Footed Pilsner Glass. 9.3% ABV.
ESB: This Extra Special Bitter is 100% inspired by its English roots. The smooth caramel and toffee flavors of the malt are balanced by a healthy dose of Challenger bittering hops for a medium-bodied brown ale that finishes dry, yet stays smooth on the palate. Served in an Imperial Pint. 5.5% ABV.
Australian Sparking Ale: We're expanding our international repertoire with our take on an Australian beer staple. Light-bodied and moderately hoppy it takes advantage of the all-Australian Pride of Ringwood hop. An effervescent pale ale from our friends down under. Served in a Footed Pilsner Glass. 5.25% ABV.
Chai Brown Ale: This brown ale takes the drinker down the ancient trails of the Silk Road, showcasing spices from central and southern Asia – see if you can taste anise, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, and pepper. It has been infused with lactose for a smoother, sweeter mouthfeel. Served in an Imperial Pint. 6% ABV.
Pilsner: Currently: Primary Fermenation
Imperial Turkish Coffee Stout: Currently: Primary Fermenation
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Basil IPA: This is a delicate balance of hops, malt and basil, an herb known to the Greeks in the 3rd century BCE. The earthy, spiciness of the basil accentuates the 3-pounds-per-barrel of juicy American hops. All of the flavors work synergistically to create a thirst-quenching, sessionable ale. Served in a 20-oz. Spiegelau IPA glass. 64 IBU, 7.1% ABV. Currently: Primary Fermenation
Chamomile Hefe-Wit: Almost clear in color, with chamomile, sweet orange peel, and coriander added, our Hefe-Wit has a Hefeweizen malt bill with wit ingredients and Belgian Ale Yeast. Tettnanger & Hallertau hops. Served in a Weizen glass. 6.0% ABV. Currently: Primary Fermenation
Lavender Tripel: Lavender and cane sugar are added to the brew to give it a nice floral brightness that finishes dry. A sweetness lingers on the palate, building with each sip. Served in a Chalice. 8.7% ABV. Currently: Primary Fermenation
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Pear Saison: Pear flavors this French-style saison. Honey rye and flaked rye give it smooth mouthfeel, and a beautiful copper color. Served in a Munique glass. 5.0% ABV.
Turkish Coffee Stout: Our stout, brewed in the higher-alcohol and hoppier foreign/export style originally created to withstand lengthy shipments to the colonies, stands up to our added flavors of Turkish coffee, cardamom, and sweet orange peel, evoking the Arabic preparation of Turkish coffee. Turkish coffee beans are ground into the finest possible powder and instead of being filtered like coffee styles originating further West are simmered in a small, long-handled metal pot called a cezve. This coffee style spread to the various regions of the world influenced by the Ottoman Empire, ranging from southeastern Europe to North Africa to the Middle East to the Caucasus, each with preferred regional spices to complement the bitterness of this coffee. In the Middle East, cardamom is the spice of choice; our orange is a more unique option. Served in a Spiegelau glass. 7.0% ABV.
West Coast IPA: Intrepid Sojourner's version of the American taproom staple, this style of India Pale Ale is more resinous and dank than its New England or Colorado cousins. Served in a Spiegelau IPA glass. 69 IBU, 7.2% ABV.
Apricot & Date Hefeweizen: The inspiration for the Apricot-and-Date Hefeweizen came from a summer picking apricots off trees in a field in Turkey. They complement the banana and clove flavors natural to the yeast of the pale and hazy Bavarian wheat beer. Add some medjool dates, native to Morocco, into the mix, and the beer becomes much smoother. Served in a Weizen glass. 4.9% ABV.