Hop Naughty IPA
Are you an IPA fan?
If you answered yes you are in luck! If you answered no, don't sweat it, this brew is for you too.
An IPA that weighs in at 7.0% ABV and boast a range of hops that puts it at 70IBU's this IPA will go down smooth. This brew has a pleasant citrus/piney aroma so pleasing your nose won't want your mouth to steal the moment! A woodsy initial taste leaves just the right amount of bitterness lingering on your palate, it finishes smooth with pleasing tones and urges you to have another! Feelin' Naughty?
Skip the milk and cookies this year and give Santa one of these instead.
This brew is exciting!
Described as a coffee/chocolate/mint, it will leave you pondering if it was even possible. Brewed with the holidays in mind, this Stout has a chocolate taste with coffee undertones and a finish of mint. Hopped with pure cocoa from West Africa, you will be welcomed by an aroma of chocolate that will make you wonder what's coming next.
Santa better watch out!
Imperial Moustache Red
Can you grow a moustache?
Yeah we can't either, but with this brew we honor those who can.
An Irish Red Ale that strays from the norm with a handful of extra hops that you wouldn't expect yet compliments it well.
The Red color will leave you in awe, but don't forget to take a drink. A very sweet first taste will lead to a dry/roasty finish with a hint of hops that you will come to love.
Let it take you for a ride!
#busted Nut Brown Ale
A Nut Brown Ale with a biscuity/bready malt profile and a taste of caramel/chocolate specialty malts. Hops lend to the taste profile without overpowering.
Nom Nom Porter
This is a brew for the masses. And I say this with confidence.
A brew that is not your typical porter (and that's how we like it). With a subtle chocolatey taste, with a roasted coffee bite (that doesn't hurt).
This is a porter you will want to add to your "must try" list. An extra handful of extra hops give this robust porter a slightly more hoppy profile than your average porter.
Ummm Ummm Good!
Bee Transfixed Honey Amber Ale
Malt Forward Ale With A Crisp Lingering Honey Finish.
Orange Blossom Honey added post fermentation to give that sweet citrus honey finish.
Citrus hops are added to this brew to compliment the orange blossom honey.
This is a full on stout.
Brewed with roasted malts, this stout is dark yet smooth.
Chocolate malts are added to even out the taste profile. A nice dark head make this an eye pleaser, while just a bit of english hops are added to give just a hint of bitterness on the finish.
This is a double dry hopped version of our original HopNaughty IPA.
This leads to a bigger hop aroma and a little extra bitterness.
Don't worry the lace on the glass remains!
If you like our HopNaughty, you will want to give this one a try.
Don't let the word 'accident' scare you.
Intended to be our DIPA, our grain crush wasn't quite right for this one, but the final product was one we didn't want to keep from sharing.
With an hop profile of 122 IBU's, it's hoppy, but very smooth.
A very nice copper color with a satisfying malt profile.
Squatch Double IPA
This is a big beer!...with 122 IBU's and weighing in at 9.4%.
Falconer's Flight, Falconer's 7C's, Zythos are added to the boil for bitterness and aroma.
It is then finished off with Sorachi Ace, a lemon profile hop from Japan, that brings it all together.
The malty base blends nicely with the hop profile, making this a brew you will want to try!
'Too Nice Yams'
Sweet Potato Ale...our version of a Pumpkin Ale.
We are southerners, and what southerner doesn't like sweet potatoes?
Sweet potatoes are baked till they begin to carmelize and are added directly to the mash.
This brew should remind you of a pumpkin pie. Spiced with just a touch of fall spices that do not overpower, brings this brew to be a fall favorite.
We also add pure maple syrup to compliment the sweet/caramel malt base, and finish off with vanilla extract.
The aroma and taste of fall!
We are working on a new one
How about you tell us what you would like to see next?
Stop by and have a few and leave us your comments and you just might see your favorite recipe on the list.
Then you can go and brag to all your friends that "you created that beer!"