Currently Brewing: Cypress Park Stout| RECIPE
Just in time for St. Patrrick's day, this is a stronger version of our Silverlake Stout. .
Colorado Blvd. Pale Ale | recipe
An American style Pale Ale. Amber colored and very hoppy. Use of Cascade hops for finishing gives this beer a "West Coast" character like Sierra Nevada®.
EL JEFE | RECIPE
A light crisp drinker with citrus honey that comes through in the finished beer almost like a slice of lime—blending nicely with the spicy German hops.
MT WASHINGTON WITBIER | RECIPE
This oddball style combines coriander and orange peel with an easy drinking wheat backbone to create a beer perfect for those long summer days. This style is seeing a resurgence in popularity but you don't have to wait until the next blue moon to create your own top shocker.
COOL RUNNINGS CARIBBEAN STOUT | RECIPE
Stronger than the classic Irish Stouts and less bitter, these beers are brewed to suit the taste of those who live in the Islands. Try one and relax, Mon.
GLENDALE BROWN ALE | RECIPE
A Northern English Brown Ale in the style of Newcastle Brown®. Malty and a little sweet, with just a hint of nuttiness.
EVIL HIPSTER BELGIAN PALE | RECIPE
This is one beer you want to drink before it is cool. The Evil Hipster is rich, flavorful and crisp, but is also easy drinking easy to get along with. Who needs hops when you have such a fruity and spicy character? This is an excellent summer beer to share with friends on a hot day.
DOUBLE TROUBLE BELGIAN DUBBEL | RECIPE
What do you get when you combine a rich fruity beer that tastes of toffee and raisins with a whole lot of alcohol? Trouble, with a capital T. This style is big and complex, pairs nicely with a big steak or anything chocolate.