Tim & Jim
Classic American Light Ale
A beer as cold and refreshing as it is familiar and comforting. The kind of beer that belongs in your hand as you lean back in a lawn chair, sporting your favorite old, stained T-shirt, and hopefully a pair of retro short shorts and sunglasses. This is the beer you sip while you watch your kid mow your lawn. This... is Tim and Jim, a Classic American Light Ale.
Something In the Water
Brewed with a large percentage of spelt, an ancient heirloom wheat, we created a Lagerbier with a New School dry hop of Citra, Simcoe, and Mosaic and a firm, but pleasantly dry, bitterness.
A delicate lagerbier like Helles is a favorite of ours to drink anytime because of its infinite drinkability and nuanced flavor. It’s a passion project for us. Brewed 8 weeks ago, we spend a lot of time to make these beers, with this batch lagering for 6 weeks until we thought it was just right! Using all German ingredients, except for the water, each batch is a baby step towards recreating what we’ve experienced in Munich.
After drinking this dry hopped lager style from a few Italian breweries at the Pils & Love Fest earlier this year, we knew it was only a matter of time until we made our own version of it. Brewed with Italian Pilsner malt and some of our favorite German hops; Saphir, Hallertau Blanc and Huell Melon, the result is medium-bodied with 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.
A New Look
Hazy Pale Ale w/Southern Cross
Brewed with winter white wheat, and dry hopped with Southern Cross (from Freestyle Farms in New Zealand), Ekuanot and Mosaic hops. Flavor profile? Medium bodied, soft bitterness, with some layers of honeydew, and a bit of nectarine and chamomile.
Gone But Not Forgotten
West Coast IPA
We really had to wrack our brains to remember how to brew this long forgotten beer style. Clear and bitter? Simcoe and Citra? That’s how you do it, right?
We start by zesting grapefruits, then muddle with sugar (to extract the flavorful oils) and finish it off by mixing it with our Berlin and fresh grapefruit juice. It’s a light, refreshing, and fun, crushable quencher!
Ginger Ale Shandy
A fun take on a old favorite. Evan juiced 50 pounds of fresh ginger for this one, and mixed that together with fresh lime wheels, and pure cane sugar before finishing it with our thirst-quenching berliner weisse. A touch tart with a bite of ginger.
Speed Dating w/Nelson
Single-Hop Sour Wheat
This stainless steel made sour beer gets a large dry hop of Nelson Sauvin hops and hits with flavorful layers of kiwi, bay leaf and limeade. Light-medium bodied, with a drying hop tannin structure from the dry hop and a pleasant acidic bite in the finish.
Belgian For Pale*
BC Hoppy Pale Ale w/Brett
Bottled back in November 2017, this beer gets its depth of flavor from the slow evolution of brettanomyces yeast over the course of months of warm aging. We can taste flavorful layers of leather and pipe tobacco, that play nicely with an orange marmalade kind of character. Highly carbonated, medium bodied with a dry, lingering finish.