A traditional dry Irish stout, served over Nitro. Noted for their dry, roasty character, Irish stouts are dark, malt focused, with medium bitterness. Serving this beer over nitrogen provides the signature smooth finish and thick beer head. This beer is dedicated to 1LT John O'Neil, the Defender of Havre de Grace.
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 British Mild - styled pub ale. This beer is malt forward, smooth and glassy, with notes of toffee, caramel and some slight roast. Meant to be consumed in quantity, the low ABV makes this beer sessionable and extremely enjoyable.
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.
A double New England IPA (NEIPA), hopped with Mosaic, Citra, Cascade and Simcoe hops. Smooth and creamy, with notes of pineapple and other tropical citrus fruits. It is always sunny at Battery Island when this beer is on tap.
An American-styled Belgian Wit. Notes of banana and clove are the hallmark of this type of Belgian yeast. Coupled with bitter orange peel, grains of paradise, and coriander you should get something that is easy drinking, a little dry, and notes of earthy spices.
This Double IPA is not for the faint of heart. Supporting 128 IBUs and 8.6% 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.
Our dark, rich bodied imperial stout, named after Polish mythology, includes coffee and vanilla notes. Sporting an ABV of 9.4%, 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.
A true American style, the Kentucky Common was exclusively sold in the Louisville area from the Civil War to Prohibition. Noted for its sweet maltiness and caramel notes, the Kentucky Common is a smooth, amber ale, that is highly sessionable.
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