Black Nitro is a collaboration with the American grassroots beer hippie Shaun E. Hill. Shaun dug out a recipe from his early years as a brewer. This beer was a hit in Denmark when it was first brewed in 2009. A special technique was used to avoid the burnt notes that usually come from dark malt.
The California Common, or Steam Beer, is a unique 100% American style lager. It's usually brewed with a special strain of lager yeast that works better at warmer temperatures. This method dates back to the late 1800's in California when refrigeration was a great luxury.
Angry Boy is a brown ale that doesn't quite fit in; it is bigger, bolder, hoppier and more complex than most. It has, if you will, an angry edge. It is somewhat sweet and very full-bodied in the mouth but piquantly bitter and warming in the finish. If you are feeling angst, this is your brew.
Fermented three times with two different yeasts, including a strain of brettanomyces - the "wild yeast" of lambic brewing. Pale golden color with an enormous rocky white head. Brett and spicy aromatic notes, with a malty-juicy note on the palate.
Black ale with aromas and flavours of vanilla, dark chocolate, bourbon and roasted malt. The vanilla and cocoa marry nicely, without out-competing each other, to produce a surprisingly well balanced beer. This beer is mildly hoppy, but the cocoa introduces a touch of bitterness...
New Planet Pale Ale (formerly Off Grid Pale Ale) is a wonderful interpretation of the classic pale ale style. It has a distinctly deep amber color and great character and body. Three varieties of hops provide a wonderful aroma and a citrus and spicy hop flavor...
Inspired by the great Prize Old Ale once brewed by Gales in England, this beer is deeply malty and full of ripe fruit, leather, wine and oak flavors. The Billy is partially barrel aged with brettanomyces yeast, lending a distinct twang and developing unique aromas over time...
Remember Biscotti Break? Though billed an Imperial Porter, Evil Twin decided to further imperialize it. That means more of everything - coffee, vanilla, almonds, and strength. Or, you could think about it as having less water. Whatever helps you sleep at night.
A clever woman once said; ‘fair is foul and foul is fair’. On that note we threw in a young, unacknowledged hoppy pilsner gave it a limp, wrinkly flavor and finished it off with an insulting high price that will give you a foul feeling in your mouth...
This crisp pale ale spices things up with rye in the mash. Dry-hopping lends a refreshing tropical aroma. The unexpected spicy finish lingers like a favorite memory. It will turn your restless nights to restless years.
Magical natural process beans from the Konga region of Ethiopia lead the way in this beautiful coffee stout. This rare variety of coffee leads to aromas of sweet roastiness and flavors of blueberry pie. Lactose, or milk sugar, is added along with oats for a silky medium body and a lush finish...
Touted as a “taste of magic,” Aooni (“blue demon” in Japanese) was named after the famous mythical beings of Japanese folklore. A classic IPA with a light copper body. Well balanced, malty, with slightly fruity aromas and fine piney hop bitterness at the front.
Yona Yona is an American Pale Ale. The malts and yeast offer loads of sweet fruit aromas along with a burnt sugar & toffee tone. Hops are subdued, but present. Complex yet mild flavor with toffee and an ever present grape fruity hop presence. Finish is clean, dry, with lingering hop bitterness.
Off-Dry, clean and crisp drink for the people; our flagship cider. The Unified Press is easy drinking for any occasion. Blend of 10 or so varieties of apples grown in Vermont at Happy Valley Orchards, Kent Ridge Orchards, and Allenholm Farm.
Immortal Jelly is an experimental cider fermented with a blend of northern Michigan apples, along with raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries. Rosie in color, the complex blend of berry fruit flavors provides a big tart acidity up front, before a very dry finish.