Brewed with Lager yeast fermented at Ale temperatures this American classic has a toasty/caramel malt background with a woody/minty hop profile.
British session beer with a toasted bread like flavors from the British malts and hopped with traditional English hops to give it a floral and earthy hop aroma.
Extra Special Bitter
More than just a stronger version of the Bitter, the ESB has a more balanced malt:hop ratio, a full bodied sweetness, and a good amount of fruity aromas and flavors from the selection of yeast.
American Pale Ale
A take on the classic English Pale Ales using American malts and hops that produces a citrusy, piney, and fruitier version with more emphasis on hop flavor over malt.
West Coast IPA
Hops, Hops, and more Hops. The name of the game here is the liberal use of hops for an intense flavor that is matched well by the dry mouth-feel which keeps you wanting another sip.
New England IPA
Hops are front and center again in this style, the difference being when, and how they are added. Instead of the bitter and dry West Coast IPA this version is characterized by a soft mouth-feel and intensely flavorful hop aroma and flavor.
Dry-roasted flavors which are often referred to as "coffee-like" are balanced out with British hops and dispensed by nitrogen. One of our first recipes, it keeps us coming back for more.
While it might look like a Stout in the glass there are vast differences in flavor and mouth-feel. This Porter is all chocolate and caramel in flavor which is balanced well by the English hopping.