This blonde ale has soft malty sweetness with character, including honey and crystal 80 malts. Gorges Blonde is balanced with moderate citrus hop flavor and a medium body. Very approachable, especially after a hike through The Gorge Metro Park.
Lightly roasted coffee aroma with a slight malty sweetness. Oats add complexity and nuttiness to this full bodied stout with a low hop bitterness and a smooth finish.
A combination of piney and citrus hop aroma including spruce tips and tropical fruit melt into this clean malt bill. The sweetness of the malt compliments hop bitterness. You can’t go wrong with this classic IPA.
Brewed with a hefty amount of Interrobang beans, a pour over espresso blend from Akron Coffee Roasters. Dark chocolate, toasted nuts… roasty, toasty, and robust.
HiHazyHO is juicy, dank, and full of complex flavor balanced with a fruity resinous aroma. This beer has loads of citra and simcoe hops that give way to intense berry and orange aroma. The flavor picks up complexity from Pilsner malt and oats, giving it a slight haziness. Mimicking New England IPA water chemistry, a juicy balance fulfills this enjoyable beer.
Toffee, coffee, chocolate followed by a slight sweetness on the aroma dominates this American style Porter. Dark in color, rich in flavor with grainy dark malt dryness. Medium bitterness, earthy, and complex.
Moderate hop aroma of tropical fruit and berry, followed by a low grainy sweetness and a slight toast. Slightly less bitter than an IPA, this beer is Clean and Crisp and straight to the point.
Orange citrus dominates the aroma while the background of Belgian yeast combines for a soft, smooth, and enjoyable peppery spiciness. This beer is best enjoyed while wearing a sweater.
A smooth mix of Maris Otter, Crystal 80, and Chocolate malt, paired with a hefty amount of honey, make this beer slightly sweet and well balanced. It is sure to warm you up in the winter months to come. Paired nicely while wearing layers.
It’s that Touchdown Brown that you love. Even smoother….
This White IPA is refreshing with mild hop bitterness, light fruity esters, and is light in color due to pilsner and wheat malt. Inspired by the excitement of an additional two hours to your morning routine, a two-hour-delay is often used to relax, play in the snow, or even bake a batch of cookies before heading to work. We like to drink this beer after shoveling the snow or following a long hike/snowshoe trip in one of the many nearby parks.