Saturday, September 10th: Introducing Rain 5.8% pale ale.


This ale has a clear progression from the sweeter flavor hops to a bittering balanced finish.

Saturday, September 10th: Introducing The Frog 8.4% Double IPA (the 3rd in the Courageous Cat Trilogy).

The Frog is the third in this series. A few folks have asked for Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse again, and they certainly will be back in the rotation.  The Frog is a very flavor-and-bitterness-balanced IPA that continues through to the finish. Cheers!


Saturday, September 10th: Introducing Hopkick Murphy 10+% Imperial IPA.

Mosaic is the dominant hop, and we use plenty of local honey. Give it a try even if you think you’re not an IPA person, because it isn’t at all bitter.

Saturday, September 3rd lineup: Introducing Talking Backwards Belgian double IPA and Last Days of May double IPA into the rotation. Cheers!

Last Days of May Tastings sign

double IPA blended with three styles of hops creating a nutty flavor clocking in at over 8 Percent ABV.

Talking Backwards

A Belgian-style double IPA featuring the unique flavor of a Belgian yeast strain coupled with IPA style hops and grains. 8 percent ABV.

Positive Waves

double IPA clocking in at over 8 percent ABV. This is the scaled down version of Ultimate 57, dry-hopped with the citrus flavor of the simcoe hop. It’s hoppy but not bitter.

 Jalapeno Jack

Cream Ale 5.8 percent ABV infused with a generous amount of jalapeno peppers. Our process creates a unique brew with the aroma and flavor of jalapeno without the heat. Add a wedge of lime for a refreshing variation.


Belgian Quad 10.6 Percent ABV  with heaps of tasty fruity esters, compliments of the Belgian Trappist yeast. The complex malt backbone hides the high alcohol content.



The Billy Board: time to bump the humans.

Updated September 3rd: NJ represents with Abraham and Cooper. Cheers!



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