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  • Style: Berliner Weisse
  • ABV: 3.5
  • IBU: 6.6

Berliner weisse style ale, very light bodied wheat beer, with a sharp sour character. Traditionally a summer drink in Germany, in which some add syrups to counter the sourness. We added Black berries to the beer to balance the beer and give it a unique appearance and aroma. This beer is aged for 3-6 months to produce the complex sour flavors.


  • Style: Sour Saison
  • ABV: 7.5%

A very tart saison. Primary fermentation with saison yeast, elderberries, and heather tips. Secondary fermentation in french oak port barrels with a lambic yeast. Very complex flavors, in a amber bodied saison, not for the faint of heart.


  • Style: Triple IPA
  • ABV: 11.6
  • IBU: 111

Triple IPA that has been given generous amounts of hops during the brewing process, featuring hints of pine, grapefruit, and citrus. Dry hopped multiple times, this beer features very intense herbal and floral aromatics with a slight hint of smokiness. To balance out this ridiculous amount of hops, we used a large grain bill with extremely flavorful malts.