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Iron Rail IPA
ABV: 7.0% English Style India Pale Ale, Maris Otter 2-row, Canadian Honey Malt and Belgian Crystal. Centennial, Kent Golding, and Cascade are added five times during the process, including Dry Hopping.
Aroma: Earthy, Citrusy, and Resinous
Tasting/Flavor: Orangy and Sugary Apricots
Finish: Malt Sweetness Balanced by Dry Hops
Julian Price Pilsner
ABV: 5.0% This is Beer-Beer! It’s what American Pilsner was originally meant to be. A perfect balance between european malts and noble european hops. Also, this brew is a lager, which means cooler fermentation temperatures, which allows the malt and hops to shine through. A single decoction is utilized for added maltiness.
Aroma: Spicy Noble Hops
Tasting/Flavor: Balanced with an Earthiness
Finish: Almost Champagne Like
Payne’s Pale Ale
ABV: 5.0% American Style Pale Ale. Pale Malt and a portion of Rye malt and some very light crystal. Cascade hops are used in the brewing process with East Kent Golding hops after fermentation, also known as dry hopping.
Aroma: Clean and Hoppy
Tasting/Flavor: A Balance of Malt and Hops
Finish: Cereal Grains with a Touch of Bitterness
North Carolina Pale
ABV: 5.4% Riverbend Malthouse supplies the 6-row pale malt and carolina rye malt, while Echoview Farms supplies the cascade hops for dryhopping in this North Carolina sourced American Pale Ale. A brazen version of our popular Payne’s Pale Ale, this APA is more upfront and unabashed. The hop-heads will approve!
Aroma: Fresh, Grassy Hops
Tasting/Flavor: Clean Malts allowing the Hops to Shine Through
Finish: Spicy Rye with a Slightly-Sweet Finish
Derailed Hemp Ale
ABV: 5.7% Brewed with 2 row Pale Malt, Rye Malt, and a small amount of Black Malt (just enough to give it the color), and Hopped with Cascade Hops to bring out the earthy character of the 150 lbs of toasted Hempseeds added in the Mash Tun.
Aroma: Toasted Earthy Oils
Tasting/Flavor: Creamy & Nutty
Finish: Crisp with a Resinous Buzz
ABV: 6.9% English Style Robust Porter with a West Coast twist, Carob and Maple are added into the Kettle. Kent Golding Hops are added just to balance the Malt Sweetness. Organic Pale, Munich, Chocolate, and Caramel malts comprise the Grain Bill.
Aroma: Caramel (Burnt Sugar), Faint Hops
Tasting/Flavor: Combination of Carob and Coffee
Finish: Espresso and Hop Finish
ABV: 4.6% Belgian style wheat beer, spiced with coriander and orange peel. Raw wheat berries, malted wheat, pilsner malt and a portion of oats make up the grain bill. This is a refreshing summer-time brew.
Aroma: Chamomile and Coriander
Tasting/Flavor: Wheaty and Tart Lemonade
Finish: Clean and Fresh with faint Hops
ABV: 7.0% Belgian Farmhouse Ale. European malts, Styrian Golding Hops, and spiced with coriander and orange peel. A wild yeast (brettanomyces) and dry-hopped make for a very complex and refreshing beverage.
Aroma: Hop Sack Bouquet
Tasting/Flavor: A Delicate Maltiness Balances with a Mild Tartness
Finish: Cuts like a Knife with an Ancient Memory
Belgian-Style Abbey Ale
ABV: 7.2% A Fruity, Rich, Monastic Style Beer. Deep brown colored with a generous long lasting fine bubble head. Truly a Meal.
Aroma: Dark Fruits and Caramel
Tasting/Flavor: Velvety with a Hint of Hazelnut
Finish: Regal with a Peppery Spiciness
ABV: 9.0% Belgian Strong Golden Ale. Wicked and Dangerously drinkable, this brew is made with Belgian pilsner malt, and small portions of wheat, oats, and corn, true Belgian candy sugar, and a variety of European Noble Hops including Saaz. No Fruit or Spices are used in this Brew! It’s all the Yeast’s Flavor Contributions.
Aroma: Bubblegum and Hops
Tasting/Flavor: Juicy and Spicy
Finish: Sugary Dryness
ABV: 7.1% German style lager, light in color and strong in alcohol and flavor, but much hoppier then the traditional one. All German malts are mashed with a single decoction and Hallertauer Mittelfrüh Hops are used throughout.
Aroma: Hops and Marmalade
Tasting/Flavor: Perfect Balance between Rich Malts and Noble Hops
Finish: Long and Dry with Elegance
ABV: 5.5% Originally from Düsseldorf Germany, this copper-brown colored old-style German ale is clean (lager like), and incorperates dark malts, but it isn’t roasty. Altbiers are Dry, not Sweet, have a firm body, and are balanced with a hoppy bitterness (the beer is dryhopped).
Aroma: Sophisticated Noble Hops
Tasting/Flavor: Bracing Hops with Complex Malts
Finish: Well Balanced and Slightly Smokey
ABV: 6.9% A German. Dark, Double Strength and Cool Fermented Lager. A Labor Intensive Decoction Mash and Noble Hops make this a Very Authentic Brew.
Aroma: Caramel Malted Barley
Tasting/Flavor: Intense Toffee Complexities
Finish: Clean and Rich with Aristocratic Leanings
The 3rd Rail
ABV: 11.6% This Imperial IPA is the Iron Rail on steroids. With twice as many hops as the Iron rail, it clocks in at about 100 IBUs! (International Bittering Units)
Aroma: A hop menagerie with balanced malt sweetness
Tasting/Flavor: Hops like silk
Finish: Endless hop layers and thanks to the honey malt, not strongly bitter
ABV: 5.3% A classic english-style stout. Rich in body and silky smooth with a dry finish. Pushed with Nitrogen for a creamy-mouth feel.
Aroma: Coffee with oats
Tasting/Flavor: Oily smoothness
Finish: Dry and drinkable
Vadim Bora Russian Imperial Stout
ABV: 9.2% Originally created for the Russian royal family by English Brewers. With the untraditional addition of 168 lbs. of raspberries, this brew is Intensely Decadent.