Georgia- Fruit Beer- Apple and lemon combine to give this beer a refreshing, crisp character. There is no bitterness and it has a unique fruity tartness and sour finish. The body is moderate with a marked sweetness.
Combines time-honored lagering techniques with the hop profiles of a West Coast IPA recipe. The result is a gold medal beer with a refreshing, easy drinking character and just the right amount of depth.
Hazy, pale orange-amber color. Aromas of herbal hops, honey malts and clovel-like spicy essences. Fruity, tart hop character in the flavor, with pleasant spiciness and background malts. A tasty, alluring approach to a Belgian-style ale.
Fruit Beer- 4% ABV. Tastes like freshly cut melons and the California sun right in your hand. This light, crisp wheat ale is bursting with watermelon, honeydew and cantaloupe flavors, finishing bright and refreshing.
American craft brewers can take credit for reviving India Pale Ale since introducing their interpretations of the style to the American market in the 1990s. Brewed to bold levels of hop aroma, flavor and bitterness, American IPAs are perhaps more akin to original English IPAs from the 1800s than any others today. The American hop varietals in American IPAs take...
A sessionable, refreshing lager with a hint of corn sweetness, a dash of sea salt and the perfect kick of natural lime juice. It not only pairs perfectly with spicy Mexican dishes but is a great accompaniment to all of your favorite summer activities.
Fresh, kettle soured, India Pale Ale with bright notes of grapefruit, agave, tangerine and passion fruit. Normally sour and India Pale Ale would be contradictory terms because the flavor combinations can be tough to bring together in just the right way.