A mild German Ale with a light body, pale color and a slightly assertive hop bitterness. KD Kölsch is a unique style in that it is fermented with ale yeast, but then finished with lagering. The result is the best of both worlds: A light easy drinking pale that finishes crisp and clean.
The American version of an English Pale Ale, Zephaniah is a good balance between malt and hops. It is fruity and estery with some crystal malt providing a bit of residual sweetness.
Zephaniah, the great grandson of Josias, was born in 1736 in Brooklyn, NY. A revolutionary war veteran, Zephaniah lived on Shongum Mountain till his passing in 1823.
American India Pale Ale loaded with Amarillo, Cascade, Willamette and Citra hops added with multiple intervals during the boil and generously dry hopped for a lovely hop aroma.
A collision between an American IPA and an American Brown Ale. Ole John IBA gives you the best of both worlds starting off with caramel and chocolate malt characteristics finishing with a generous hop bitterness.
John, son of Zephaniah, was born in 1792 in Sussex County New Jersey. Just as his father was a war veteran, John had fought in the war of 1812. John had later moved to Old Washington, OH where he passed away in 1837.
A beer that is truly a labor of love. Elvina is a Double India Pale Ale that is hopped in multiple intervals to provide a high complexity of hop bitterness, aroma and flavor.
Elvina Drake was born in Forestburgh, NY in 1816 which was a leap year. 1816 was named the "Year Without Summer" due to a global temperature drop from large volcano eruptions in Tambora from the Dutch East Indies and the eruption of Mayon in the Philippines.
A strong and dark Belgian-style ale with a malty sweetness and low hop profile. Complex and fairly high alcohol Josias imparts chocolate, dark fruit and/or burnt caramel qualities as well a truly unique flavor profile provided by touch of star anise.
Josias Drätz was born in 1656 in Amsterdam, Holland and immigrated to the colonies in 1661at the age of 5. Josias grew up and lived his life as a farmer on Long Island before passing at the age of 45 in 1701.6
Small Batch Specialty & Seasonal
Dubbele Dutch Chocolate Coffee Porter
A light bodied & chocolate forward Porter finished with cacao nibs and cold brewed coffee made from caramel chocolate coffee beans.
Notice: This beer does contain caffeine!
Blackberry & Raspberry Kettle Sour Gose with Pink Himalayan Salt
This German style Sour Ale is a new take on a traditional style. Using a Greek yogurt culture, we created a refreshingly light bodied beer that was made to celebrate the time of year for the annual "bramble harvest" that takes places at late summer and early fall in Europe. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy the Bodaciously, Blissful Bounty that is simply Bramblicious!
With a perfect blend of Munich, Chocolate and Roasted malts, Abraham provides a chocolate-like roasted flavor with the smooth and rich body and mouth feel from adding oats to the mash.
Abraham and his brother John, as drovers moving cattle long distances, settled on farms outside of Winterset Iowa in the mid 1860s. Abraham mistakenly poisoned John's dog so John would not speak to his brother again except on his deathbed which he said "You Killed My Dog!" right before passing.
The Fall version of our RAW series Farmhouse no boil ales. Autumn RAW is brewed with the cooler fall months in mind with flavors from cinnamon, ginger, and tangerine peel fermented with a Belgium yeast strain and dry hopped with Chrysanthemum flowers.
Pumpkin Maple Rhubarb
It's finally that time of year when the leaves start to change color, the temperature starts to drop, and pumpkin beers take over all of the taps! We wanted to make a beer that
encompasses the feeling and flavors of fall, without sticking to the norm. Enter: Rude Rhuby, our take on a Festive Fall Beer. We started with adding into the boil fresh caramelized pumpkin that was picked locally here in Loveland, along with using a Belgian yeast that adds those spicy fall flavors. We then decided to kick it up a notch and add pure maple syrup for that one of a kind New England feel, and then top it off with a healthy dose of fresh rhubarb, because why not? Overall, this flavor packed beer will warm you up as the temperature drops!