The second installment in the Hippity Hoppity Double IPA series. As the name would suggest, a malty profile was sought for this beer, so almost 50% of the grain bill was Munich,Vienna and Cara-Vienna malts.
Night gathers and now your watch begins with robust dark fruit, spice and caramelized sugar aromas. Pledge your life and honor this Belgian-style dark strong ale to the Night’s Watch, for this night and all the nights to come.
This Charles Atlas approved American wheat wine will turn the meek into the mighty. Its orange color, light malt body, zesty hops and warmth, will have you flexing your beer muscles. Aged over 3 months
No Sip til’-Brookland... Hop on the petal never brew with nettle / My thirst brewing hotter than a boiling kettle / My job’s ain’t a job it’s a damn good time / I’m an East Coast hop boy climbing the vine / While you’re at the job working nine to five
Have you ever met a beer that you tried to drink / But sip after sip it made you think / I wonder who else has been drinking this beer / That you get so jealous you refuse to share / So take this message with you to the end /
A sour brown ale made with a unique anaerobic souring technique that spanned three days. A rich sweet and sour beer that has complex notes of sweet malt, figs, dates, raisins and an underlying vinous character.
Yeah, drink to the rhythm of this bitter rhyme. So you can get hoppy one more time. To the pint and ya don’t stop. It’s that ol’ skool hip with that new skool hop. Check the flavor of the brew-rhythm I wrote. And while I got a chance here.
"Eight miles high and when you touch down, you’ll find that it’s stranger than known." This Double I.P.A. is made with Falconer’s Flight, a proprietary hop blend showcases citrus, pine and herbal hop notes.
Far from a fairy tale this English-style barleywine was brewed with 100% Maris Otter barley malt, hopped with East Kent Goldings, boiled for 3 hours, fermented with classic British ale yeast and aged for over half a year. Slay the giant within.
In Mic Czech we pay homage to the original, Plzeňský Prazdroj, better known world wide by its German name Pilsner Urquell. Our Bohemian style pilsner is the result of a long and delicate handling process. Using high quality Bohemian Pilsner malt, Saaz hop