American IPA with pineapple and coconut
A special edition of Hannibal with roasted coconut flakes
A triple IPA with a generous amount of Simcoe hops.
A juicy and light IPA with Amarillo, El Dorado and Mosaic hops.
A light and refreshing sour beer with a hint of apricot.
A bourbon barrel aged version of our Hannibal. Has notes of bourbon, vanilla, dark chocolate and coffee. Smooth and balanced.
A freeze distilled hoppy barley wine. Extermely malty, extremely hoppy, extremely awesome. Not for the faint-hearted.
A slightly smoky robust porter brewed with Chipotle Morita chiles. Goes down easy and leaves you with a nice warmness inside.
A tropical hop-bomb with low bitterness. What makes this beer special is the large amount of oat and wheat flakes used in the brewing, giving it a smooth and silky mouthfeel.
A tropical double IPA with Mosaic, Chinook and Citra hops. Sweet, bitter and tropical at the same time. Easy to drink.
A combiation of lactobacillus-soured light ale and fruity hops. Contains Nelson Sauvin and Citra hops. Light, tart and fruity.
A hoppy saison brewed with fresh basil and Mosaic/Citra hops. Refreshing, crisp, spicy and fruity.
A real beer-dessert. A winter-warmer with notes of coffee and chocolate. Dangerously easy to drink.
Dr Jones is a classic example of an American IPA. Plenty of Mosaic hops were used in the brewing process, which gives the beer a really fruity hoppiness. For balance, piny Chinook hops were added. It's a slightly sweet, decently bitter fruity beer that is dangerously easy to drink.
Phat Fil is a combination between a dark beer and an IPA. There is a distinctive roasty note, but it is subtle enough not t crowd the main star of the beer - the hops. Of more unique types, lime-zesty Wakatu hops of New Zealand were used in the brewing.
An easy-drinking hoppy and caramelly pale ale with five different and malts and three hops (Simcoe, Centennial, Cascade).
A gose-type beer with raspberry. Salty and sour.