Clean, crisp character with slight sweetness, light body, smooth mouthfeel and low bitterness.
Our flagship IPA uses a variety of hops to create layers of hop flavor and aroma. Citrus and floral notes are upfront, and an assertive, yet not overpowering, bitterness balances the malt base. This is an easy drinking IPA for hop heads everywhere!
Science will try to tell you that the human tongue cannot detect more than 80 IBU of bittering; however, this hop-centric Imperial IPA certainly will not leave you wanting for more. Big, bold hop aromas and flavors of citrus, tropical fruits, and apricot are bracketed by malty sweetness.
Smooth amber lager that blends color and flavor without heaviness or bitterness. Rich malty character with light body and smooth finish.
Lactose adds body and sweetness, while a generous addition of Mango blends with the fruitiness of the Simcoe and Galaxy hops.
Light bodied & mild malt allow the Simcoe & Mosaic hops to shine through with huge citrus, tropical & pine aromas. Low bitterness allows for maximum drinkability.
A blend of crystal, chocolate and roasted malts and lactose brings a smooth taste of chocolate and hints of coffee with a subtle sweetness and full body.
Who doesn't like fruit punch? A somewhat sweet and flavorful combination of fruit.
We took our refreshing blonde ale and added a punch of raspberries for a tart, crisp, fruity flavor.
The big aromas of orange and mango make this an inviting thirst quencher.
This next generation beer descends from our flagship IPA, Hops of Wrath. Son of Wrath comes into this world angrier than his father with a strong grip of hops and a malt backbone sturdy enough to withstand a rough childhood. Son of Wrath offers complex hop aromas of citrus, tropical fruit and floral with balanced malt sweetness and an assertive bitter finish. Enjoy the Son of Wrath in his rebellious phase, though you may need some therapy after.
This style originated in the region bordering the Baltic Sea and is a take-off on English porters. Originally an ale, brewers in the region switched over to Lager yeast making this big, dark beer extremely smooth and chocolaty. It lacks the roast bitterness of a stout, but has layers of chocolate, coffee, caramel, perhaps toffee, and a wine–like finish.
Sour IPAs are an odd group. Give it a few sips and watch as the flavor changes with each sip. Take it in.
Whiskey barrel aging adds a smooth character and notes of vanilla to this Scotch ale.
This Golden Ale is approachable and satisfying. The crisp, refreshing taste will have you reaching for another no matter what the season.
The Supine sequel is aggressively hopped with Idaho Gem, El Dorado & Mosaic. From DustBowl’s Facebook post
This IPA is focused on tropical fruit aromas & a smooth bitterness. Specialty malts add a layer of sweetness & Vermont ale yeast helps accentuate the hops with pineapple notes.
This refreshing kettle soured beer has a purple color & a tart huckleberry flavor.
Cashmere & Citra hops bring the juice in this easy-drinking double hazy.
A huge nose of toasted coconut greets you as you take the first sip and dive into a world filled with layers of sweet caramel malts, chocolate, coconut and subtle vanilla and brown sugar.
Flavors of pineapple, guava and orange make this hazy an easy drinking tropical delight.
Coffee and chocolate forward with subtle hop aroma and flavor and a creamy texture.
A light and refreshing with Black Cherry flavor and aroma.
Dust Bowl Days is a light bodied, easy drinking German-inspired lager with light hop character and crisp malt foundation. This version takes an American turn with the addition of Simcoe hops.
$11.00 – $16.00