Helles Style lager
Using all German ingredients, except for the water, each batch is a baby step towards recreating what we’ve experienced in Munich.
Jim & Tim
Classic American Light Lager
The Ultimate Americans deserve the ultimate American Light Lager. So this a tribute to the two most American, Americans we know... Jim & Tim. A beer served as cold as the Delaware river on Christmas in 1776. A beer as crushable as a great Bambino homer. A beer as crisp and fresh as a brand spankin new 5-dollar bill with Abe’s sincere look of approval. A beer as fresh as only we, quite possibly the most American brewery, could bring you.
Flying South With Lime
Mexican Lager w/ Lime
Even though there's a bunch of limes in our insta post, we already put the lime in the beer for ya! Yep, no more hard work needed on your end. So if you walk up to the bar and order one, you won't get handed like 10 limes or whatever. What about the beer? It's made with a bit of corn to lighten the body, and then finished with lime to give it a bit of those vacation vibes you're probably looking for during this sweltering heat.
Bringing back one of our favs starting today; Local Import! Inspired by some of our favorite hoppy lagers; Pivo Pils, Luppolo, Pleasant Pils, Qualify Pils and Slow Pour Pils, this dry-hopped lager continues to go through a bit of an evolution in ingredients, process and sensibility from batch to batch. Our take, is a bit more Californian than most in the style, with the body being on the lighter side, so that drinkability remains at an all time high! Brewed with Italian Pilsner malt and some of our favorite German hops; Saphir, Hallertau Blanc and Huell Melon, the result has a soft malt presence and enough bitterness to create that snappiness that you hope for in a Pils. The aromatics and flavor are full of herbal notes, with a sage and honey character that carries into the dry finish. Imported tastes from your local buds.
Australian For Pale
Australian-style Pale Ale
This super hoppy pale ale gets hit in the boil and dry hop with some of our favorite Southern Hemisphere hops; Galaxy, Motueka & Nelson. The malt flavor is almost non-existent with the flavor profile only showcasing these hoppy beauties. The lime flavor pops the most, with peach rings and mango trailing behind.
Soma-Style IPA w/ Mosaic, Nelson, & Sabro
Our friends at Cellarmaker brewing make a certain type of IPA that we haven't tasted anywhere else in the world, and we're infatuated with it! Since we can't get a squeeze of that goodness on a daily basis - because of our geographic limitation - we did our own version of their IPA! This isn't a collaboration, just us trying to reverse engineer their hop laden beauties and failing miserably. Featuring Mosaic, Nelson, Sabro, and Motueka hops and a neutral yeast in order to highlight all that hop goodness. This IPA is totally different than any other we make, and we're sure you'll dig it as much as we do!
West Coast IPA w/ Citra, Mosaic, & Simcoe
Our World Beer Cup Silver Medal winning West Coast IPA that celebrates the love we have for our beloved mascot, Cheeky! Layered with Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe for a radiantly clear IPA.
Hazy IPA w/ Citra & Nelson
Our heaviest hit of Oats yet adds a fuller mouthfeel then we've seen in any of our single Hazy IPA's until now. The Citra and Nelson dry hop, along with the yeast ester, brings out flavorful stonefruit-like flavors, grapefruit and even a bit of strawberry. It's super fun.
Listen To My Eyes
Hazy DIPA w/ Citra & Mosaic
Relax Yourself. Take a deep breath, just read these little words, and then look at Cheeky. Look deep into his eyes. Are you listening? Are you getting sleepy? This medium bodied Hazy Double IPA has notes of mango, sweet lime, and gyokuro (Green Tea) and a rich golden color. Ok. Now, when I clap my hands, you're gonna squawk like a bird. Clap.
The Other Brian
Hazy DIPA w/ Citra
This pale golden elixir is brewed with an array of pilsner malts to keep the color light and the malt flavor low. We let Citra do most of the talking on this one, while Ekuanot just barely gets a word in. The nose on this one is straight mango and the palate is reminiscent of blueberries, orange juice, and gummy bears.
Have You Met Amarillo?
California DIPA w/Amarillo
Another beer in our single hop series - which is all about letting one single hop variety shine so that we can teach ourselves about it and learn what it’s all about. Squeaky-clean malt presence and yeast profile, light in body and in color, with the all the Amarillo dry hop bringing a flavor profile of dried grapefruit zest, underripe cantaloupe, chamomile flowers and a linger of sandalwood. We’ve still got a couple kegs of the last release, Have You Met 692?, so definitely try the side by side.
Illusion of Choice
Hazy Wheat Triple IPA w/Citra & Galaxy
This full-bodied juice king is built with a base of Pilsner malt, unmalted wheat ,and rolled oats then double dry hopped with Citra and Galaxy. Tasting notes? Fresh squeezed Oro Blanco grapefruit juice, white gummy bears, and super ripe mango.
Cut the Lights
Oatmeal Stout on Nitro
A stout made for summertime and a nod to some of the classic English Stout recipes that Ron Pattison has discovered. We use a house made caramel and then layer in with different roasted barley malts from Simpsons Malting.
Time Will Tell - Batch One
Bottle Conditioned Old School Sour Ale
Fermented in our French Oak Foeder with our house mixed culture and then bottle conditioned for 11 months to develop carbonation naturally. Aged hops, pilsner malt, unmalted wheat, and lots of time make for a beer that is both bitter and acidic, with lots of stone fruit funk and a bit of herbacous potpourri-like character.
He Said Yes
Rustic Wit Beer
Brian hates his orange tree. It’s true! It doesn’t help that it sits right at the end of his driveway, and throughout the year it just empties it’s “too sour to eat” oranges all over the place. “Makes a mess everywhere” he says. So when I asked him if we could pick all of the oranges from this hated tree to make some house-made dried orange peel for a Belgian-style Wit, HE SAID YES! This beer is a happy marriage between two beers; a fresh Belgian-style Wit w/ Brian’s Oranges & Indian Coriander, blended with a Foeder Aged Old School Sour Ale. The result allows that orange peel to still pop in the aromatics, with funk from the Foeder beer laying some refreshing acidity that adds some nice complexity, and a soft bitterness to dry it out. The flavor profile is all orange leaves, nectarines and fruit loops. We love it.
Time Will Tell
Foeder-Aged Old School Sour Ale
Fermented in our French Oak Foeder with our house mixed culture and then keg conditioned to develop carbonation naturally. Aged hops, pilsner malt, unmalted wheat, and lots of time make for a beer that is both bitter and acidic, with lots of stone fruit funk and a bit of herbacous potpourri-like character.
Drinks With Mom
Super Guava Sour w/ Spices & Almond
We know how it goes; you have your mom over for drinks and all she wants is that super amazing tiki drink you had that one time on her favorite family vacation to that one totally rad island! Well, don’t worry friends, we’ve got you covered. This island dazzler is the perfect callback to her favorite trip and is sure to quench her thirst and even add a dash of fun to the mix.
What about the beer? Well, it's really all about the huge addition of fresh Guava during fermentation, with the toasted almonds, hibiscus and nutmeg complimenting each other without stepping all over that Guava. Tart, dry and fun.