A West Coast styled Rye IPA, with flaked rye, honey added at flameout, and dry-hopped with Citra hops. Expect some rye spice, a slight haze, and a not overbearing amount of hoppiness. The honey does not add sweetness, but a soft, mellow taste toward the end of the sip.
A German Kölsch, adhering to German style guidelines. Clean, crisp, with subtle hop bitterness and an aroma unique to Kölsch yeast. Easy drinking and crushable.
An American IPA coupled with dark, roasty malts. A taproom favorite!
A New England IPA with Cascade, Eukanot, Mosaic, and Simcoe hops! This one has more notes of grapefruit and a slightly sweet malt bill.
A Kentucky Common styled Ale, brewed with corn flakes and rye, which is traditional to the style. Smooth, easy drinking, mild malt sweetness with a rye bite.
A German-styled Hefeweizen. This style is recognizable for its heavy use of wheat (over 50% of grain bill) and unique German yeast that produces banana and clove notes. Smooth, easy drinking and light, it is an excellent summer wheat beer.
A WitBier or Wheat Beer with a healthy dose of Peaches and Wai-iti hops. Easy drinking, fruity, with a bready finish.
A traditional gose sour with sea salt and coriander. We added organic lime puree and agave nectar to accent the bitterness and round out the flavor profile. It's like a margherita without the regret and shame the following morning!
Back - this time in Mango!
Milkshake IPA with a healthy dose of strawberries, Calypso, Azacca & Citra Hops. Semi-sweet and full-bodied.
An Imperial Polish Stout with notes of chocolate, vanilla, coffee and cherries. Winner of the 2020 Malt Madness Competition Gold Medal in the Strong Ale category.
Dry Irish Stout served on Nitro! Dark, malt focused, with medium bitterness and a dry, roasty character. Dedicated to 1LT John O'Neil, the defender of Havre de Grace.
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