Our first experimental double ipa in 2017. This beer starts with a hop forward foundation, complemented with fresh squeezed juicy oranges, and finished with a heady dry hop. Escape the winter doldrums and runaway with this one! Thanks to Florida Sunsational Citrus for the gorgeous juicy oranges.
We took our already tasty Belgian Wit beer and added 50 lbs of pureed black raspberries at the end of fermentation. Again, thanks to Butlers Orchard for helping us reach the volume of fruit needed. This has a pink hue to it, with a noticeable but not overdone raspberry flavor. Creamy white head. Highly drinkable.
Our base gose recipe with 50 lbs of blueberries added at the end of fermentation. This came out a bit more tart that our previous Gose batch, with a nice pink/red shade. A little salt balances the tartness of this beer. Thanks to Butlers Orchard for supplying the volume of blueberries needed. Enjoy, and cheers […]
This is our interpretation of an old world German style that combines slight tartness and hints of sea salt and coriander. Naturally produced lactic acid combined with dryness and low abv make this beer very easy to drink and refreshing. This is named after the count down one receives when leaving the start box during the cross county phase of eventing.