Have a look at some beer!
4 Hands / Wicked Weed Super Flare – It’s BACK!
This badass Brett IPA is the love child of 2 of the most exciting breweries around. They take the pleasure to another level by tossing tons of mango and guava, along with galaxy and mosaic hops.
Perennial / 2nd Shift Mon Ami
Inspired by the great golden strong ales of Belgium. Its simplicity on paper–Pilsner malt, table sugar, German hops, hardened water, and yeast–belie its complexity in the glass. Mon Ami pours burnished gold with a tightly beaded white head. Aromas of pear, banana, and orange combine with spicy alcohol and Hallertau hops. With each sip, the alcohol grows with warming intensity. Midsip there is a clean residual malt sweetness before the rush of carbonation washes over the palate. Pear and alcohol linger in the finish. Pairs well with grilled salmon and triple crème Brie.
2nd Shift Technical Ecstasy – It’s BACK! (Ryan loves this one)
I always wanted to make a Czech style Pils like the ones I had sitting in the caves under the city of Pilzen. A very technical beer to make, an ecstatic beer to imbibe. #BonersForCrider
Urban Chestnut Pierre’s Wit
Not too long ago the beer world lost one of its modern icons, Pierre Celis. Pierre, almost singlehandedly, resurrected what is today one of the most popular styles of craft beer..the Belgian Wit or White Beer- a deliciously refreshing wheat beer originally created by Belgian farmers in the middle centuries, whose primary crop was wheat. Today, the style has a generous range-of-flavor and is often infused with a variety of spices, primarily coriander and dried citrus fruits. In keeping true to Mr. Celis’ homeland of Belgium we additionally brew ours with unmalted wheat using a very thorough mash regime.
La Trappe Bockbier
This unique seasonal product is the world’s only Trappist bock ale. Brewed exclusively with natural ingredients, this ale post-ferments slightly in its bottle. It has a deep red colour, an intensely rich taste, and a malty aroma. Aromatic hop varieties and types of burnt malt render this ale its delicate bitterness that blends surprisingly well with its slightly sweet undertone.
Grand Teton Sweetgrass
2009 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal winner in the American Pale Ale category, this crisp and fragrant beer is hopped and dry-hopped. Try it with any bold, flavorful food to complement its citrusy, resinous spiciness.