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FullRide
Full Ride
KÖLSCH STYLE ALE
ABV: 5.0%
Light in body, crisp in finish, with a golden hue, and a decent malt backbone.

Brewer's Statement 
I wanted to brew this beer because I think Kolsch is an underappreciated style, that would be wildly popular if more folks got to experience one. This take on a classic Kolsch is a bit crisper, with more muted hop notes, to make it the perfect game day beer, or to be enjoyed for any occasion really.

Tasting Notes
Sweet Bread, Light Caramel, Straw, Hay, Lemongrass
Hops:
Crystal; U.S.
Malts:
2-Row Barley; U.S. | 87.5%
Carapils; U.S. | 6.25%
Carahell; GER | 6.25%
OxfordStyle
Oxford Style
English Pale Ale
ABV: 4.1%
IBU: 22.99
SRM: 4.03
Pale Yellow, crystal clear, with a thick biscuit of foam on top.

Brewer's Statement 
It pours beautifully with the nitro faucet to mimic those traditional cask-conditioned beers in Europe. As the gas bubbles cascade down the glass, it builds the perfect head and completely changes the texture of the beer. Giving it a creamy mouthfeel and allowing the hop flavors to dance across your taste buds. This beer holds a special place in my heart, I fell head over heels while traveling abroad in the UK with the cask conditioned beers. I knew we had to offer at least a tribute in our taproom to those who came before. Modeled after a beer from a brewery that was founded in the 1800’s, this beer was brewed with 100% percent imported malt and hops from the UK. It’s an old school single malt, single hop beer. It’s a classic take on an English pale ale, light and refreshing with a bit of a bite.

Tasting Notes
Floral, Spicey, Earthy, Mineral, Tonic, Bready, Biscuit
Hops:
East Kent Golding; UK
Malts:
Golden Promise; UK | 100%

PaintTheTown_RedAle
Paint the Town
RED ALE
ABV: 5.0%
IBU: 21.67
SRM: 22.84
Brewer's Statement 
With a ruby red hue and an off-white head, this beer is medium bodied with a nice malty backbone and notes of citrus. Red ale is a classic style, and our version aims to hit all the common characteristics. Red in color with some sweet malty notes and subtly citrus from the hops. The aim for this beer was to appeal to all beer drinkers, simple and tasty.

Tasting Notes
Grapefruit, Pine, Lightly Toasted Rye Bread, Nutty, Rasin, Date
Hops:
Cascade; US 
Chinook; US

Malts:
Caramunich II; GER | 5.9%
Carapils; US. | 5.9%
Carafa I; GER | 2.9% 
Special B; BEL | 2.9%
FiresideChat
Fireside Chat

WINTER ALE
ABV: 5.0%
IBU: 21.79
SRM: 22.84
Dark brown in color with a tan creamy head. This beer toes the line between a porter and a winter warmer. It has some of those coffee, toffee, and roast notes you would find in a porter. However, it finishes with those sweet malty notes you would find in a winter warmer.

Brewer's Statement 
Just like in life, balance is important in brewing. I wanted to keep this beer balanced between the roast, sweetness, and bitterness. Even more than that though, I wanted it to balance out the winter months. This beer isn’t as high proof as the average winter warmer, but it’s got enough character to wake your taste buds when it’s cold outside. When it’s hard to feel your hands, feet, and face and you just feel like staying in, I hope this beer inspires folks to either get out and embrace the elements or grab a fuzzy blanket and curl up on the couch.

Tasting Notes
Coffee, Dark Chocolate, Toffee, Cocoa, Graham Cracker
Hops:
Bravo; US
Malts:
2-Row Barley; US | 80.8% 
Caramunich II; GER | 7.7%
Carapils; US | 5.8%
Carafa I; GER | 5.8%

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Heated Debate

BOCK
ABV: 6.1%
IBU: 17.21
SRM: 17.60
Dark brown with an off-white head, medium to full bodied with loads of toasty bread and caramel notes. 

Brewer's Statement 
This is the beer to ring in spring, traditionally brewed in the middle of winter to be enjoyed during the first nice days of the year or during false spring in the northern states. There are a multitude of bock beers out on the market, our take falls in line with the dark bocks. Similar to Oktoberfest beers in the fall, this one is designed for a party. The recipe was created to be enjoyed as is or poked with a red-hot iron from a roaring fire. The poking caramelizes the remaining sugars in the beer creating new flavors and imparting a creamy texture as it disrupts the carbonation of the beer.

Tasting Notes
Biscuit, Caramel, Lightly Toasted Bread, Graham Cracker
Hops:
Tettnang; GER
Malts:
Munich I; GER | 82.1%
Carafoam; GER | 5.1%
Caramunich III; GER | 5.1%
Melanodin; GER | 5.1%
Pale Chocolate; ENG. | 2.6%

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Breakfast Club
OATMEAL STOUT
ABV: 4.0%
IBU: 19.24
Dark as night with an off-white creamy head.

Brewer's Statement 
I wanted to get back to the roots of traditional stouts with this one. With a fair bit of imported English malts, and of course, pouring it on nitro to mimic the cask conditioned ales of Europe. This sout is on the sweeter side and the oats add to the creamy mouthfeel.

Tasting Notes
Cocoa, Dark Chocolate, Toffee, Vanilla, Caramel, Coffee.
Hops:
Bravo; US
Malts:
2-Row Barley; US | 68.8%
Flaked Oats; US | 10.4%
Golden Naked Oats; ENG. | 5.7% Chocolate Malt; ENG | 5.7%
Roasted Barley;  ENG | 5.7%
Crystal 60L | 3.8%
GravityWagon
Delta Drift
WEST COAST IPA
ABV: 6.2%
IBU: 72.35
SRM: 8.13

Large notes of grapefruit and pine in the nose. Medium bodied, balanced with lingering bitterness and sweetness from the alcohol.

Brewer's Statement 
In a world of wild beer trends, I wanted to brew a traditional west coast IPA. A balanced IPA with plenty of citrus notes. Something for the hop heads out there.

Tasting Notes
Grapefruit, Pine, Orange, Light Caramel
Hops:
Bravo; U.S.
Cascade; U.S.
Amarillo; U.S.
Chinook; U.S.
Malts:
2-Row Barley; U.S. | 87.1%
Carapils; U.S. | 6.4%
Crystal 45L; ENG | 6.4%
HotAndHazy
Hot & Hazy
HAZY IPA
ABV: 6.6%
IBU: 43.81
SRM: 5.58

Straw colored with opaque clarity. Creamy mouthfeel with loads of tropical and citrus fruit flavors.

Brewer's Statement 
This take on the new aged hazy IPA’s should hit all the characteristics of those on the market today. Low in bitterness yet with lots of expressive flavors from the hops. Things like pineapple, peaches, and passionfruit. This beer is brewed with an emphasis on Thiolizing yeast. Which not only hangs in solution to give you the hazy unfiltered appearance, but it also is the driver for passionfruit and guava notes in the beer. It’s truly fascinating science, which has given new life to old techniques and hops that were generally forgotten about or thought to be generally boring.

Tasting Notes
Peach, Pineapple, Passion Fruit, Tangerine, Grapefruit.
Hops:
Amarillo; U.S. 
Azacca; N.Z.
Cascade; U.S.
Citra; U.S. 
El Dorado; U.S. 
Saaz; Ger.
Malts:
2-Row Barley; U.S. | 43.8%
White Wheat; U.S. | 26.3%
Malted Oats; Eng. | 13.1%
Flaked Barley; U.S. | 8.0%
Unmalted White Wheat; U.S. | 4.4%
Spelt; Ger. | 4.4%
HotAndHazy
Hotter
& Hazier
HAZY IPA
ABV: 8.5%
IBU: 35.28
SRM: 6.07

Golden yellow, hazy, with a creamy off-white head. This beer screams melon and peach-o’s with hints blueberries and other tropical flavors.

Brewer's Statement
Here’s the next adaptation of our line of hazy IPA’s. With a higher ABV than our standard Hot and Hazy, but still mellow on the bitterness. It shares some of the same qualities with the tropical fruit flavors, but some heavier notes of melon, berry, and bubble gum.

Tasting Notes
Melon, Blueberry, Peach, Pineapple, Passion Fruit, Tangerine, Bubble Gum
Hops:
Cascade; U.S.
Citra; U.S.
El Dorado; U.S.
Mosaic; U.S.
Saaz; Ger.
Sabro; U.S.
Simcoe; U.S.
Malts:
2-Row Barley; U.S. | 52.2%
White Wheat; U.S. | 22.4%
Malted Oats; Eng. | 11.2%
Flaked Barley; U.S. | 6.8%
Unmalted White Wheat; U.S. | 3.7%
Spelt; Ger. | 3.7%
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Gravity Wagon

OATED PALE ALE
ABV: 5.3%
IBU: 43.81
SRM: 5.58

Orange in color, Medium bodied, with lots of grapefruit and other citrus notes.

Brewer's Statement
Having a pale ale in the rotation is a no brainer. Finding that balance between malty and hoppy for those who want something to drink with more character than some of our lighter beers but not be blown away by hops. I had one specific goal with this beer and that was to showcase one of the most widely used hop varieties over the past couple of decades, Cascade. Like our hazy IPAs this beer is brewed with a Thiolized yeast, which pulls some great tropical fruit flavors from the hops that are not traditionally associated with cascade. Those tropical notes play well with the more common grapefruit and pine that come from adding cascade at various times during the boil.

Tasting Notes
Grapefruit, Pine, Passion Fruit, Guava, Straw, Hay
Hops:
Cascade; US
Malts:
2-Row Baley; US | 62.7%
Malted Oats; ENG | 10.4%
Golden Naked Oats; ENG. | 10.4% 
Flaked Oats; US |9.5% 
Caramalt; ENG | 7.0%
10Acres
10 Acres
HEFEWEIZEN
ABV: 5.1%
IBU: 10.2
SRM: 4.3

Golden yellow, opaque, with a white head and light body. This beer is delicate with a crisp dry finish with plenty of pear, banana, and clove flavors.

Brewer's Statement
The main star of this beer is the yeast, originally hailing from Weinstephen Germany, it’s the driving force behind those classic banana and clove flavors. Our take on the beer manipulates the yeast a bit by fermenting at a cooler temperature. That brings out some of the pear flavors and mutes some of the clove notes.

Tasting Notes
Pear, Banana, Clove, Bubble Gum
Hops:
Hersbrucker; GER
Malts:
Moravian Pilsner; US | 52.2%
White Wheat; US | 47.8%
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Slow Drawl
SLOW POUR PILSNER
ABV: 5.2%
IBU: COMING SOON
SRM: COMING SOON



Brewer's Statement
COMING SOON

Tasting Notes
COMING SOON
Hops:
COMING SOON
Malts:
COMING SOON
HillCountry
Hill Country
CREAM ALE
ABV: 5.25%
IBU: 17.71
SRM: 3.78

Lighter bodied beer, with a crisp clean finish. Straw colored with a fruity floral finish.

Brewer's Statement
I wanted to brew this beer that was once widely brewed across the country but has since become scarce. It’s got character, yet it’s easy drinking, and that’s what I look for in a beer.

Tasting Notes
Lightly Toasted Bread, Subtle Caramel, Hay, Flower.
Hops:
Bravo; U.S.
Cascade; U.S.
Amarillo; U.S.
Chinook; U.S.
Malts:
2-Row Barley; U.S. | 87.1%
Carapils; U.S. | 6.4%
Crystal 45L; ENG | 6.4%
Oxtoberfest
Oxtoberfest
MARZEN
ABV: 6.20%
IBU: 11.71
SRM: 11.53.78

Rich copper colored, medium bodied. The sweetness of the malt and alcohol are balanced perfectly with the bitterness of the hops.

Brewer's Statement
I wanted to brew an Oktoberfest that drinks like fest beer but has all attributes of a classic Marzen. It’s lighter bodied than most traditional Marzens. However, it still has the bready, caramel, and toffee notes associated with the malty sweetness.

Tasting Notes
Caramel, toffee, sweetbread
Hops:
Tettnang; GER
Malts:
Barke Pilsner; GER | 41.3%
Barke Vienna; GER | 20.7%
Munich II; GER | 20.7%
Melanoidin; GER |  5.2% 
Carafoam; GER | 5.2%
Crystal 45L; ENG | 7.0%
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Calibration No. 2

HOPPPED FULL RIDE
ABV: 5.0%
IBU: Coming Soon
SRM: Coming Soon

Brewer’s Statement

Tasting Notes
Hops:
Crystal; U.S.
Malts:
2-Row Barley; U.S. | 87.5%
Carapils; U.S. | 6.25%
Carahell; GER | 6.25%
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Calibration No. 1
LIMED FULL RIDE
ABV: 5.0%
IBU: Coming Soon
SRM: Coming Soon

Brewer’s Statement 

Tasting Notes

Hops:
Coming Soon
Malts:
2-Row Barley; U.S. | 87.5%
Carapils; U.S. | 6.25%
Carahell; GER | 6.25%
ViennaLager
Exchange Student
VIENNA LAGER
ABV: 5.0%
IBU: 19.09
SRM: 8.91
Copper colored, with an off-white head. Medium bodied with a crisp finish. This beer is malt forward but the hops balance the flavor profile as the floral notes leave a slight lingering bitterness on your tongue.

Brewer's Statement 
I have a fondness for many of the traditional beer Styles and the Vienna Lager is no different. It’s interesting the Vienna Lager came to fruition at roughly the same time frame as the Marzen Lagers. However, the Austrian Vienna Lager is less well known and popular than its cousin, the Oktoberfest beers, many are familiar with.

That being said, I knew I wanted to brew a Vienna Lager and showcase those classic attributes. Our take on the Vienna Lager shares many of the same qualities of those original beers from the region. It’s copper colored, coming in around five percent, with lots of bready and toffee flavor, and a subtle amount of floral hop notes on the back end. This beer drinks well all year but I really enjoy it during the colder months of the year when I’m looking for more malty beers.

Tasting Notes
Bread, Dough, Toffee, Light Caramel, Biscuit, Floral
Hops:
Tettnanger; GER
Malts:
Barke Vienna; GER | 84.8%
Carafoam; GER. | 6.1% 
Caramunich II; GER | 6.1%
Melanoidin; GER | 3.0%
TwelveHourDayDort
Twelve Hour Day 
DORTMUNDER
ABV: 6.2%
IBU: 28.74
Pale yellow in color, lighter bodied, Floral in the nose, with notes of lemon and other citrus. 

Brewer's Statement  
In keeping with the trend of breathing new life into older traditional styles I knew I wanted to brew a Dortmunder. This was the original blue-collar beer of Germany in my opinion. Originating from Dortmund Germany, this beer was for the folks working long shifts in the regional mines. Traditionally it was a pale malty lager with a higher alcohol content and with more hop character. My take on this beer shares many of the qualities of traditional Dortmunders. Brewed using 100% imported German malts and hops. Crisp and clean with some malty and biscuity sweetness. Theres some floral and citrus notes and plenty of lemongrass. 
 
Tasting Notes
Biscuit, Bread, Light Caramel, Lemon, Tangerine, Pith, Floral

Hops:
Hersbrucker; GER
Saphire: GER
Malts:
Barke Pilsner; GER | 83.5%
Barke Vienna; GER | 10.4%
Munich I; GER | 3.5%
Melanoidin; GER | 2.6%