In times of old, no holiday feast was complete without a tankard of spiced ale served next to a roaring fire. That’s a tradition we’d like to see continue (tankard optional) with our Wintertide Ale. Brewed with rich caramel-like malts and a hint of coriander, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger, Wintertide is reminiscent of mom’s favorite holiday cookies.
Holiday Haze IPA
As the holiday season ramps up, we all get busy, so we’re bringing you this all-new IPA as a reminder to slow down and appreciate this special time. Heavy with intense fruit-forward hop flavor, mild bitterness and a smooth finish, this is the perfect beer for the lead-up to the holidays. Let’s all pause, relax, and snap out of that holiday haze.
Brewed with the musical winners of our Beer Camp contest, Hopsichord hits all the right notes. This reddish-amber IPA works its way up the scale of hop flavors and aromas, featuring tones of tropical fruit, light pine and citrus zest. This symphony of hops is balanced by a robust malt body that blends the bright hoppy highlights with a long, smooth, and bittersweet finish.
Hop Bullet Double IPA
Hop Bullet Double IPA features a new technique: we’re hitting the beer with a double-barreled blast of Magnum hops and lupulin dust—the source of hop flavor and aroma—right into the fermenter for a ballistic burst of aggressive hop character.
Trip in the Woods- Redwine Barrel-Aged Bigfoot
This limited edition of our legendary Bigfoot Barleywine-style Ale was aged in oak barrels formerly used to mature red wine from California's Napa Valley. The result is an astonishingly complex range of flavors, matching the bittersweet caramel-like malt notes of Bigfoot with deep, dark fruit notes from the red wine barrels and a touch of oak character that shines through.
Trip in the Woods - Rye-Barrel-Aged Dunkelweizen
Dunkelweizen beers are the dark, robust, and surly cousins of
the German-style hefeweizen. We elevate the traditional
Dunkelweizen to the next level with the addition of rye and
other specialty malts, building on the rich flavor profile. Our
brewers then aged the beer in barrels formerly used to
mature rye whiskey. With the first sip, you’ll discover the fruity
and spicy nature of the weizen yeast, but the finish is where
the rye barrels shine—peppery and intense with a touch of vanilla
flavor for a truly unique beer.