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Powder 8 Porter

Porter was first brewed in London, England in the early 1700’s. At the time two basic beers existed: a light and a dark. The dark was more expensive and drinkers got into the habit of mixing the [...]

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Ninety-Day Wonder

This is a traditional Munchener Dunkel (Dark Munich) style bier, fashioned after the original lagers of Europe before the advent of pale biers. Dunkels still enjoy great popularity in Bavaria and [...]

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All-In Amber

All-In Amber is a traditional English ordinary bitter.  This beer is low in alcohol so it can be consumed in quantity. A truly balanced beer, both hops and malt are evident in each sip.  This [...]

A.K. Session

AK Session is traditional English mild ale. Mild refers to its low hopping rate. Mild is an ale intended to be consumed in quantity, thus the name “session”. AK is thought to stand for “Ale [...]

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Good Alt Days

Good Alt Days is modeled after the famous Dusseldorf Alt beers . The German word “alt” means old – an allusion to the old style of ale brewing before the advent of lager brewing. This [...]

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