A touch of spicy hops with a nice sweetness this one is wonderful on the palate. Brewed with peated and smoked malts influenced by the distinct Scotch Ale with unusual style.
Jamaica Red presents red color with caramel malt aromas overlaid with hop notes. Caramel malt aromas overlaid by hop notes of sweet candied citrus fruits.
Expect a beautiful taste from this brew laced with New Zeland Motueka and locally grown Chinook - includes juicy citrus evokes orange, grapefruit, and lime with wisps of tropical fruit. Soft caramel malt undertones are found in this amber IPA.
A winter seasons pour with very deep dark brown foam find a pleasant roast and chocolaty aroma to jump out from the glass with mildly spicy and herbal mint- like overtones. Plenty of chocolate aromas and roast flavors abound.
A sweet one with fruity, juicy notes like apple juice with brown sugar and a touch of Belgian-beer flavors. Find orange-rind and grassy hop finish with grainy at the very end.
First brewed by Christian Moerlein in 1853, this one is still brewed over a century and a half later. Coffee and fig fruitiness with a rum touch. The palate is caramelly and chocolaty in character.
Expect floral, citric and spicy hops. This version of craft brewery style has rich, reddish amber color with promising malt core. Caramel malt and a hint of tastiness this IPA offers an American classic flavor.
A medium bodied brew with a roast flavor of notes of coffee, cocoa and toasted brown this brown ale pure a beautiful rich color. Expect light sweetness and mild nuttiness with a chocolate undertone.
This English style Porter pours a very deep and dark brown color with a rich-looking brown head. Look for rich and creamy notes with caramel, toffee, coffee grounds, cocoa powder and firm nuttiness.
On the nose it has a malty aroma with a firm hop bite. This Hampshire Special Ale pours amber-red and is creamy with fruity notes and honey like quality. Opens with big fruity notes and has a light khaki colored head.
A flagship brew by Red Brick brewing this rich amber copper color is a juicy and sweetly fruity brew with an amazing aroma and lots of orange and tangerine citrus notes. A touch of stone-fruit and a hint of pine is offered from this Hoplanta IPA.
Laughing Skull is a amber ale and it was picked up a Gold Medal at the 2011 US Open Beer Championship! Expect great balance and a spicy, peppery hops and floral notes.
Brewed with a bit of maple syrup for an unusually sweet kick this nut brown ale is deep and carries big caramelized notes to lend a sweet impression. This is a nut brown ale that pours rich!
A golden straw hued beer with mild citrus qualities, Tommyknocker delivers an amazing wheat brew. Tommyknocker takes a twist with the lemongrass inclusion and it works well with this wheat brew!
This double IPA is the happiest beer that Crown Valley creates, with varietels abounding. Offering golden amber color on the pour with a beautiful soft and coplex aroma. Find notes of caramel and notes of grapefruit and orange for a balance of earth, mint and pine.
An imperial style stout that offers spice aromas, pumpkin pie and gingerbread flavors. Underneath find layers of fall flavors of rich caramel, chocolate and toffee.Crown Valley Brewing hits the mark with this bold super dark and brown foaming brew.
Extra time was taken to use traditional methods for this lager and the quality shows up. This Western Lager pours medium amber and has a nice aroma with floral and spicy hop notes that come forward with an herbal zing. Very well balanced on the palate.
A Belgian-style ale from the aroma, there are very few of this 12 oz style more Typical in a 750 ml and done in an expensive fashion. Bad Water Brewing has created a beer that pours hazy, golden orange in color with a big head of lasting foam.
An extremely dark brown/black color topped with a crop of brown foam this IPA is not uncharacteristic of the expectation for a Black IPA. There is a distinct roasted character with a coffee bean hue and some earthy and caramel notes. Riding with brooding malts and perfume like hop aroma that delivers floral and citric tones with a slight addition of orange peel.
Like other Czech style pilasters, this one has quite a bit richer hue than the more common German style version with attractive amber color. Using the Munich malt in this brew with toasty and caramelized malt aroma this is an enjoyable Pilsner with subtle aroma.
Pours with golden straw color with a crisp white foam, Fresh Cut offers Peak Organic's debut into the American trend of lager brews. The bitterness is apparent with hops of distinctly different character.
With an attractive reddish amber hue with plenty of fluffy off-white foam this Amber Ale by Peak Organic's holds a malty aroma with deeply caramelized notes. Bready, lightly toasty and a touch of floral and lightly fruity with herbal hops.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Shmaltz club, this Imperial IPA and dry hopped has an aroma that is intoxicating as luscious with fruity hops that almost pop out of the glass. Notes of grapefruit, orange, lime and tropical fruit dance with complimentary hops.
This bright golden color brew has lots of bubbles and on thenose is strong and herbal in character with a minty bit. Find citrus and musky type notes. Satisfying core without being too heavy - with hops that deliver more than a citrus bite.
A robust caramel malt flavor with an undertone of unmistakable citrus notes, this IPA from Argus Brewery has red color and a lot of fireworks on the nose. Luscious hops and a delightfully fruity and floral aroma find some earthy undertones and unmistakable citrus notes.
Ironhorse is brewed in what is a fairly uncommon style known as California Common. Better known by Anchor Brewing Co.'s trademark Steam Beer, it is a hybrid between lager and an ale as it's fermented with lager yeast.
A gold medal winner at the World Beer Championships this English-style Strong Ale is rick, dark and quite aromatic on the nose. Malt driven with deep, toasty, bready aromas with a nutty and lightly woody undertone.
Leaping Cow is an exciting classic English style ESB with a solid American hops that has a twist of flavor. Fruity, floral with a mango tropical fruit character along with notes of pine and lemon.
Lucid's Silo made in the style of a Belgian saison, as a traditional farmhouse beer. Good for the warmer months of the year with a yeast driven style ideally poured into a glass with heavy yeast sediment. Big head of white foam a delight for the summer season!
Lucid Brewing is a pale ale that offers golden color and is brewed with all US hops. Find citric floral and piney hop notes overlaying light caramel bread malts.Toasty and slightly sweet this is a good choice!
Made in the style of a German lager from the city of Cologne this ale unlike most is top fermented with ale yeast (which likes warmer temperatures as opposed to bottom fermenting lager yeast), then it's cold conditioned like a true lager. Hybrid in nature this is a summer favorite.
Find this brew between a brown ale and a dark mild ale as having won medals in both categories in the World Beer Championships. Find notes of rich caramel and a mild sweet impression for the nose.
Sixty-Six Amber is a Lager that was a silver medal winner in the 2013 World Beer of Champions. It offers up big, strong aromas of caramel, bolstered by a bit of fresh bread and a touch of fruit. Find soft floral and delicate spicy hops. Look for caramelized malts to form core with mild sweetness that offers a nice balance to the hop bitter flavor.
Gold Medal winner from the World Beer Championship for three consecutive years, this wheat ale pours bold! On the nose look for fruitiness to come across like grape skins with rich wheat aroma and a touch of grass. Hazy orange and caps of fully foam this one is an attractive beer.
This 2008 World Beer Cup gold medal winner presents a medium amber with coppery highlights. Big notes of Mandarin orange flesh are apparent and with one sip notice the super juicy hops. This pale ale has prominent floral tones and a hint of pine all underpinned by a moderate caramel malt character.
A style popular in the area of Dusseldorf, Germany for hundreds of years, Lands End is brewed in this same style. This is a German-style beer with traditional ale yeast, reflecting brewing from an era predating the discovery and use of lager yeast.
Quite dark even for a porter this microbrew was formulated in honor of the legendary pirate Jose Gaspar. Although this pirate terrorized the waters of western florida, this brew proves to be quite calming and delightful.
This IPA is a new release getting high notes from the Epcot Food and Wine Festival. An American IPA with an attractive coppery golden color and foam that drops lace..named for the Bermuda Triangle this brew does not get lost.
This brew is robust and flavorful with a dark coffee like brown color. This oatmeal stout offers up quite the inviting aroma with deep roast notes of scorched bread and coffee with hints of caramel, toffee and herbal hops.
A White Ale is well known in Belgium, this microbrew is crafted in honor. Properly enjoy this beer by pouring the first two-thirds into your glass, then swirl the bottle to stir up the sediment, and pour the last third into your glass roughly in order to mix the unsettled haze into your beer and get the true-to-style - white voluminous head. Enjoy!
Penn Dark is a Munich-style dunkel lager that pours deep brown in color and ruby Highlights for a nice crop of foam on top. Note of caramel, brown and sugar with a strong and toasty character on the nose.
Presenting a rich copper color capped with lots of white foam this Pilsner looks lovely in the glass and tasty with aromas of caramel, honey and a touch of grassy That is brewed in the style of a Vienna lager.
This IPA sends up an aroma that is not shy of hops and presents a big, fruity and floral-citrus character. Very American in style the caramel malt backbone offers plenty of satisfying presence and hop flavors.
Named after Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, this beer is described by the brewery as a hybrid of porter and Scottish Ale. Expect complex aromas of caramel, chocolate and toffee with deep toastiness.
Cisco Brewers offers a take on the Belgian white beer style beer typical With citrus peel and spices, with notes of coriander. This Grey Lady is complex aroma and flavor. Expect bright notes of orange and a light color capped head. Enjoy the lovely citrus style!
Cisco Brewers offers a Pale Ale that is unexpected with just enough pale and light caramel malt to provide the big hop flavor. On the nose the hop offers notes of tangerine, grapefruit and orange. This Indie Pale Ale is a unique variety with a deep reddish amber pour.
Expect lovely complex sweetness with apple. This Vienna lager is a clear and medium amber color with a bready malt and tightly spicy hop aroma. Notes of caramel and a hint of toffee come through as well. Give it a whirl!
Dunkel meaning "dark" and Weizen meaning "wheat" in German - for literally A darm wheat beeer. Findk dep caramel amber color and orange hues with a light tan and creamy head. Aromas of close and banana with a hint of bubble gum...go figure? This works very well for an expected style that is very nice indeed!