Porkslap Pale Ale
Brewed with 2 row North American barley and English crystal malt. The beer is flavored with crystal hop and a touch of fresh ginger to create a distinct flavor only a porkslapper can love. At 4.3% abv this beer is designed to have a good ale flavor and a crisp mild finish.
Deep amber to red in color, nice clarity, and displaying a thin collar of rich foam. Rich, smooth and dry, with a floral bouquet and hints of ginger and spice.
Traditional Hefeweizen from Germany usually taste like cardboard because by the time you drink them, they’re not fresh anymore. Chuck brews Heinnieweisse with Bavarian yeast and a 67% wheat grist approximately 5000 miles closer to your mouth than Germany giving it a rich, fully fresh palate. Pour it and see the wheat cloudiness, smell the notes of estery aroma. At 4.9 % abv you’ll taste the effervescent, sweet yet tart freshness that no farty old German can boast. And what does an Alien have to do with any of this? Ever notice how a hop looks like an Alien’s head? Look again.
Golden and hazy in appearance with a rich, thick head. Heinnieweisse is highly aromatic with pronounced notes of bananas and clove. A rich, sweet, very traditional Bavarian hefeweizen.
Traditionally dry-hopped London style IPA. Mid-amber in color, slightly hazy with a thick, rich head. Dry and mildly bitter with warming alcohol and hints of black currant. For best results, decant gently into a thin, slightly warmed glass and cancel all of your appointments.
This stout beer pays tribute to the Butternuts Brewery’s former life as a dairy farm, thus the sexy cow on the can. It’s a lighter, more drinkable version of the Stout breed than its heavy, boorish and smelly European sisters. Not too strong, not too viscous (oooh…viscous…creepy). Unlike a true bovine it has a malty, roasty aroma and a dry finish but no tail or teats, and leaves no unsightly cow pies laying around the yard for you to step in. On a personal note, the rich, dark color and bossy character goes beautifully on a crisp, colorful fall day up here in the Butternut Valley. We like to pour one or a few while contemplating nature in all her glory as Summer gives way to Fall and consciousness gives way to blather.