ABV – alcohol by volume; IBU – international bitterness unit; SRM – standard reference method
Style: German Hefeweizen – A German style wheat beer. Typical with flavors of banana and cloves with a dry and tart edge. The Hefeweizen has little hop bitterness, and a moderate alcohol level
4.8 ABV, 12.6 IBU, Color of 3.8 SRM
The “X” is an experimental beer … these beers will be adventures, recommendations, request or just something to try. The present “X” is sweet, tangy with a relatively high
8.5 ABV, 18.4 IBU, Color of 5.3 SRM
Style: Belgian Dubbel – A non-traditional Belgian Dubbel. A typical Dubbel is dark brown to very dark in color, this is much lighter with less malty flavors. It is very lightly hopped and the ABV hits right in the middle of the traditional Dubbel range.
7.1 ABV, 16.8 IBU
Hopfully Simple: American IPA
Traditional American Style IPA. Good bite but smooth finish. Nice aroma with full flavor that does not leave the pallet dry.
6.7 ABV, 41.6 IBU
Maiden of the Ohio
Style: Belgian Wit – Belgian style ale … very pale and cloudy. Spiced with bitter orange peel with a crispness and slight twang
6.7 ABV, 19.7 IBU, Color of 4.0 SRM
Style: American Black IPA – Pitch black in color and showcases malty and moderate roasty notes. It is quite hoppy.
7.5 ABV, 71.3 IBU, Color of 34.6
Style: American Brown Ale – More bitterness than a traditional English Brown Ale or Nut Brown … higher hop bitterness and dark malt character.
6.6 ABV, 35.8 IBU, Color of 20.2 SRM
Style: Dampfbier – A forgotten brew from the 19th century that was brewed primarily in southeastern Bavaria. The original “Steam” Beer. An all barley ale, fermented with Weissbier yeast. Medium bodied, lightly hopped & brewed in the summer.
5.1 ABV, 13.2 IBU
ALL PRICES INCLUDE ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL SALES AND ALCOHOL TAXES