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Upcoming Beers

Here’s a look at what’s coming down the pipeline for can and bottle releases.  All dates subject to change, no guarantees. 6/15 Without You DDH IPA w/Ekuanot and Lemondrop + Raiden DIPA w/ginger and yuzu 6/22 Orange Empress sour IPA … Continue reading

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Core Beer: Charm

For day 5 of American Craft Beer Week, here’s a look at our year-round dark beer, Charm.  Charm is a robust milk stout.  Clocking in at 7% ABV, it’s got some bigger stout qualities, but is still fairly drinkable. The … Continue reading

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Core Beer: Best Days

It’s day 4 of American Craft Beer week, and here’s a look at our thick, hazy hefeweizen, Best Days.  This beer is the newest addition to our core lineup!  Best Days has all the qualities of a classic German hefe, … Continue reading

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Core Beer: Cruise Control

On day 3 of American Craft Beer Week, here’s a look at our year-round pilsner, Cruise Control.  Cruise Control is a full-flavored pilsner, with a robust malt profile and heavy dry-hop of Motueka and Wakatu.  It’s one of my favorite … Continue reading

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Core Beer: Raspberry Empress

On day 2 of American Craft Beer Week, I’d like to take a look at our year-round kettle sour, Raspberry Empress.  Raspberry Empress is a sour with Mosaic hops and raspberries.  Empress turned into a huge hit for us, but … Continue reading

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Core Beer: Heart and Soul

It’s American Craft Beer Week!  To kick off the week celebrating the best thing in America, I’d like to take a minute talking about all of our core beers.  Right now, we have three, but we’re excited to be tapping … Continue reading

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Trade Secrets

Longtime readers of this blog may have noticed a change in the content over the last year: now, my posts contain little-to-no information on recipes or brewing technique.  This, unfortunately, is the consequence of an ever-evolving beer market, increased competition, … Continue reading

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