On first sip, the heat of the ghost peppers is mild, but as you work your way through the beer it begins to emerge ever so slightly. Alluring earthy notes and spicy Chinook hops complete the profile of this big-bodied, high gravity IPA.
This classic German Hefe-Weizen is soft and uber refreshing. It is light golden in color, with a hazy appearance. It has a hint of bananas and cloves in the aroma, and a tantalizing sweetness in the finish. If a dewy Spring meadow had a flavor, Unshadowed would be that flavor.
Hobneelch’n Hoppy Wheat is light & sessionable with low bitterness and lots of hop aroma and flavor. The hops are Citra and Simcoe, so the aroma is big citrus, pine, and fruit. A mild wheat/biscuit malt finish on the end.
Avery's mantra is "unity of bitterness, hop flavor and aroma." Enlightened, duganA IPA was born of that: A brutally bitter, dank, piney and resinous ale designed for those seeking a divine hop experience.
This massive Stout pours a mahogany black with a thick, brown head. The aroma is all chocolate roasted malt. The aroma is all chocolate and toasted malt. The first wave of flavor embraces anise and dark, bitter chocolate but opens up to include coffee, smoke and rich sweet malt...
Hopheads crusade on a heroic quest for the holy grail of India Pale Ales. The subconscious composes paradisiacal scenes of malty waves crashing on a ripe lupulin landscape cascading hop flavors and aromas in profuse abundance. With humble confidence we offer this brew as fantasy made reality...
Bocks have provided nutrition to fasting German monks during Lent for centuries. We don’t fast, we aren’t monks, and honestly, we don’t even know exactly when Lent occurs. But we are pleased to honor this tradition with Generator, our winter seasonal brew.
Pure and crisp, this is a beer with nothing to hide. Wisconsin two-row barley malt ensures a mellow and smooth body. We imported Noble Hop varieties from Germany and the Czech Republic to ensure a fine mature aroma with no coarse bitterness...
Finally, a Surly beer my German mother will drink. She says this one tastes like a bier from back home. Not unlike a Zwickel Bier from Germany, Hell is not filtered and fermented with lager yeast. American hops takes a back seat to the Pils malt sweetness and fresh bread aroma. The color is well....
What does it mean to “Be a Grizz?”
Put simply, it means go big.
When Buffalo Sweat was in development stages in 2008, “being a Grizz” meant doubling the amount of lactose and roasted barley we put into the recipe, and suddenly the beer took its proper form...
We replaced the classic barley foundation of beer with a mild sorghum base. The hints of molasses and pit-fruit are balanced by vibrant strawberry notes and a unique complexity that comes with the addition of a malty buckwheat honey...
Combines natural lemon flavors with a kiss of carbonation to deliver a nice, smooth "Ahhhh", followed by a satisfying kick. First introduced in Canada in 1996, a mix of vodka, natural flavors, and carbonated water.