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Cashemere Dream (January-March)
This very dry IPA is crisp and clean, with an aroma that jumps out of the glass. Brewed with tons of Cashmere and Mosaic hops, Cashmere Dreams boasts heavy flavors of passion fruit, apricot, and tangerine.
Hops: Cashmere, Mosaic.
Bali Ha’i Rosé Ale (January-April)
Brewed with pomegranate and hibiscus, this beer boasts a refreshing fruity flavor with a citrus undertone for a lingering finish which presents a wildly drinkable mildly tart and sweet ale.
This American Wheat Ale has been infused with pineapple juice to give you a pineapple aroma paired with a subtle hint of coconut and pear. The sweet pineapple and pear flavor lingers on the tongue after the mild flavor of malt has gone.
Hops: Nugget, Ekuanot
Night Circus (September – December)
Night Circus is a strong porter/ stout featuring a strong coconut aroma with a little coffee in the mix. It boasts a pleasant mix of coffee flavor that later gives way to pronounced coconut, with subtle notes of strawberry and chocolate, balanced out with moderate bitterness.
Hops: Cascade, Centennial
Mosaic (October – December)
As the name implies, this Double India Pale Ale features aggressive use of Mosaic hops! It features an aroma consisting of pine, mango, and apricot, with herbal notes. Its sharp lingering bitterness is balanced by its malt character, and a slightly bready flavor.
American Porter with a creamy flavor. Hints of chocolate and balanced mild hop bitterness through the finish compliment a roasty, full flavor with notes of coffee and very subtle smoke.
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This New England style India Pale Ale sports a soft mouthfeel with a pillowy texture. Tangerine and tropical notes dominate the nose; while soft bitterness with flavors of stone fruit, citrus, and a slight grassiness round out this delicious IPA.
Our traditional Belgian Abbey Style Tripel has a complex fruity aroma with hints of pine and herbs. Medium bodied with notes of subtle citrus and pear, a slight perceived sweetness and almost no bitterness make this a dangerously drinkable beer.