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Doom Metal Stout
ABV: 9%IBU: 75OG: 1.023
Doom Metal Imperial Stout is a sinister beer fermented with an outright punishing outlook. It is said that Opeth themselves took a sip of this, and suddenly knew the lyrics to the entire Blackwater Park album.
Dimebag Darrell-aged Scotch Ale
Our Scotch Ale is full-bodied and malty, as any good Wee Heavy should be. Gently hopped, then aged in a bourbon barrel. This delicious ale has plenty of caramel, and vanilla notes, and goes great with the right dessert.
Double Header DIPA
In the spirit of duality, Double Header was first created to highlight the delicious combination of Citra and Amarillo hops. This medium-bodied Double IPA has peach and nectarine notes.
Duncan Hills Coffee Stout
Do you folks like coffee? REAL coffee, from the hills of Columbia? Well that’s great since this beer is brewed with locally sourced coffee beans. Strong notes of coffee, vanilla, and char can be tasted in each delicious sip.
With a name that pays tribute to System of a Down, one of our favorite bands. Innervision gets its bitterness from five different hop varietals, and with four malts providing a surprisingly sweet, and smooth finish. The result is a balanced IPA anyone can enjoy.
This pale ale is in the style of the Kolsch beers of Cologne, Germany. We’ve chosen German hops, with a blend of American and German malts. Kolsch is fermented at ale temperatures, giving it fruity notes. If you like a lighter brew but also like the complexity of craft beers, then our Pale Ale is […]
Like the pentatonic scale, our porter is made to feature 5 notes – chocolate, coffee, caramel, nuts, and toffee. Made with care, using Glacier hops, and a mixture of different malts.
This deep gold colored beer is topped with a large creamy white head. Medium-bodied, malty, goes down smooth and finishes clean. Backed up with a sturdier bitterness than other Bocks.
Strapping Young Lambic
Can a lambic be heavy? Well, probably not, but that doesn’t mean we could resist the reference to one of our favorite bands, Strapping Young Lad. We expect that you won’t be able to resist the unique fruity notes that this Lambic brings to the table, either.