Easy Rider Extra Special Bitter
Malty, smooth Irish Red Ale, using imported malts and yeast from the Emerald Isle. Sessionable yet flavorful, makes a great complement to Haggis. M.S. Johnny’s take on an old world classic.
A Red, White and Blue all AMERICAN lager. The body and flavor are lightened by use of flaked corn. Highly quaffable, ultimately approachable. Like all great things, Freedom ain’t free!
A Scotch ale using imported Golden Promise Malt, slightly peaty. Full bodied, slightly sweet and deep amber, red in color. “I don’t know where you’ve been laddie but I see you won first prize!”
Rob’s Double IPA using Eldorado, Citra and Magnum hops in vast quantities. When a regular IPA is not enough for you, double it!
This is the fourth beer in our single hop series, brewed exclusively with the Sorachi Ace hop. Sorachi Ace was first bred in Japan, now grown in the U.S., it is known for its unique lemon and woody character.
Wyoming Whiskey Barrel-aged Lord Vader’s Imperial Stout. 26 OG. One year in the Oak. Released today, Christmas Eve 2013. This will knock you on your ass and taste so freakin good doing it. Whether you’re celebrating 16 inches of pow or bumming about your stocking full of coal, Dark Helmet will do you right.
Exposure is an American-Belgo pale ale. It has attributes of both American and Belgian ales. It is fermented with a Belgian yeast strain from the Westmalle abbey. This yeast helps impart an estery and slightly phenolic aroma. Exposure contains a high percentage of Cara-Belge malt. This Belgian malt gives the beer a restrained caramel note and its honey color.
Unlike typical Belgian pale ales, Exposure is heavily bittered with Chinook hops. The hops are added early in the boil to impart a firm bitterness. Absent is the hop aroma and flavor typical of American pale ales. This allows the fruitiness of the yeast and spices to shine. Exposure is lightly spiced with orange peel and Buddha’s hand. The result is a beer that is lower in alcohol and drinkable, yet quite flavorful. Exposure is a signature beer of Cory Buenning.
Number three in the Single hop series, only Chinook hops are used for bittering and aroma. Chinooks were originally bred as an alpha bittering hop but are now widely used as an aroma/flavor hop in American style pales and IPAs. They are piney and resinous.
In the Belgian Quadrupel style, “Panda” uses the Dutch Kasteel yeast and has Belgian candi sugar added to raise the gravity. Sweet and dark with a warming afterglow, winter warmer or velvet hammer? Cam Hieronymus is the original brewer (and the original Panda!)