This Double IPA is not for the faint of heart. Supporting 128 IBUs and 9.% ABV, this hoppy, but balanced IPA is for the thrill seekers. With 5 types of American hops, you will be hard pressed to find anything like it.
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 light, brilliant, easy drinking beer based upon traditional American recipes. Lightly hopped with German noble hops, this American classic should please big beer and craft beer connoisseurs alike.
Our dark, rich bodied imperial stout, named after Polish mythology, includes coffee and vanilla notes. Sporting an ABV of 9%, this beer is for the true stout lovers. Winner of a Gold Medal in the Strong Ale category in the 2020 Malt Madness Brewing Competition.
Or Gentlewoman. A traditional British Extra Special Bitter (ESB) strong ale made with British malt and British hops. For that inner Master Pintsman in all of us.
These offerings are subject to availability and rotate frequently. Offerings may be served from a draft or a bottle.
Berliner Weisse - This cloud sour is a take on the traditional wheat beer of northern Germany. The flavor is balanced and refreshing - perfect for those dog days of summer. True to style, this sour sits at 3.6% ABV.
Nothing says summer in Maryland like some blue crab, Old Bay, and a refreshing, crisp Munich Helles. The Munich Helles is a bright, malt forward, and lightly hopped lager sitting at a sessionable 5.0% ABV. Worthy of the name, this summer beer is perfect for enjoying the north shore on a sunny day.
A unique seasonal offering, this American styled Belgian Wit is enhanced with a sprinkling of dried lavender during secondary fermentation. The result? A very approachable wheat beer with a strong lavender bouquet and flavor profile.
An American Styled Belgian Wit is a wheat beer with light floral notes, spices, and a dry finish. Straw-like in color, this beer is brewed with coriander, bitter orange peel, and grains of paradise.
A traditional Northern British Brown Ale, aged with medium-charred American oak. This beer is malt forward, with a slight bitterness, and notes of caramel, toffee, and oak. The recipe was so good, that after our first taste, we said, "don't fix it."
A centennial hopped Blonde Ale - sessionable, satisfying, crisp. This is the beer of choice for those humid summer evenings, when you need to slow down and appreciate the simple things.
Smooth mouth feel, low bitterness, four types of American hops, and sitting at a sessionable 5.2% ABV - this New England style IPA is accessible and enjoyable!
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