Monthly Archives: January 2019

Barrel Crusher

Our hop-forward American strong ale returns to the extremes of pre-prohibition. Rising from whiskey barrels with resinous hops, this spirit’s cask ale is reminiscent of apricots dipped in maple bourbon. Full of soul, the rye adds a musical spice note that plays well with friends. …

Cherry Chocolate Double Brown Stout

A love potion, re-imagined as Cherry Chocolate Double Brown Stout, is the result of nutty brown malts made smooth with hops. The warm elixir is steeped in rich chocolate cocoa nibs before fermentation. We then condition with sweet red cherry puree to maintain lushness. Don’t …

Wealth and Taste

Wealth and Taste returns for 2016 with an opulent change in tempo. Its journey begins in new American oak barrels, matures in French chardonnay oak barrels, and finishes fermentation with Texas-friendly viognier white wine grapes. Take note as the oak tones gamble with floral aromas, …

Numb Comfort

Our hop-forward American barleywine-style ale returns with smooth character of cask conditioned oak. Soft malt sweetness has subdued hops with a wave of warm hazelnut. Numb Comfort finishes with medium body, cereal notes, and light maple syrup that will take you higher.…

Four Swords

Our award-winning Belgian-style quad, is not a beer to be taken lightly, especially after it has been aged in Cabernet red wine barrels for over a year. You’ll notice the unique flavors of our traditional Belgian-style quad: a surge of complex, fruity aromatics, dark fruits, …

Darkest Hour

Brewed to mark the winter solstice, the darkest and shortest day in the northern hemisphere, our imperial stout is a fitting tribute. Aged in a mixture of virgin oak, charred oak, and whiskey barrels, this year’s release of Darkest Hour is full of dark fruit, …

Dream Crusher

Citrusy, piney, floral and fruity hops are at least a third of the reason we got ourselves into this whole brewing adventure. We’ve taken the IPA to its Event Horizon. Get the picture? It’s hoppy!…