A Berliner Weisse Sour Ale, aged with organic raspberries and fermented with the latest strain of Philly Sour Yeast. Tart and refreshing. Named in honor of Matilda O'Neil.
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.
Making a triumphant return, this American Cream Ale is light, slightly sweet on the back end, and finished with Hallertau Blanc noble hops. Very smooth, very fresh, with very little bitterness and an aroma of almost white wine.
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.
A Centennial only hopped IPA, balanced with a strong malt backbone, this beer sports notes of orange and pineapple and has a smooth, almost foamy, mouthfeel.
A clean, crisp, slightly back-sweetened black raspberry flavored hard seltzer. Gluten-Free.
An Imperial Red Ale with rich malt character that isn't overly sweet, and a large amount of late additions hops that doesn't leave the beer overly bitter. Notes of caramel, honey, and some bread.
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