alphabet city sugar plum fairy is a deliciously complex belgian dark ale made with belgian candy syrup, a special trappist yeast and real plum purée.
Hints of toffee, spice, and caramel tease the senses making this the perfect ale to share with friends and family during the cold days and long nights of winter. (draft nitro)
Belgian singel brewed with a copious amount of guava nectar.
A spicy, higher alcohol beer, it is meant to be enjoyed around that chilly time of year, but is also a great sipping beer for any occasion.
This limited holiday inspired schwarzbier / black lager will get you in the holiday spirit with the first sip!!
The white chocolate pretzel gose is at once refreshing and comforting; the crisp tartness of the gose mingles with light salt and bready notes, which in turn blend perfectly with the creamy decadence.
A spiced winter warmer brewed with nutmeg, clove, allspice and other holiday flavors.
Refreshing witbier flavored with tasty bilberries, hand-picked near the arctic circle. it’s the perfect ale for your summer adventures, but enjoy it while you can – it will disappear with the midnight
Fruli is a unique blend of high quality, lightly-hopped belgian white beer & pure strawberries.
, kentucky coffee barrel cream ale becomes a sessionable beer packed with flavor. big, bold notes of coffee on the nose and palate give way to a smooth finish of bourbon grains and oak.
This japanese hybrid judo chop to the mouth is made with malt, rice, & sake yeast. soft notes of rice, plum, pear, & tropical fruit with a dry & crisp finish.
Falling from the sky like little bombs of flavour come the reindeer droppings! each one is sweet like california raisins, but bitter and pungent like a freshly peeled grapefruit, lip-smackingly tasty.
A barleywine-style ale with bitter hops and dark caramel, this brew is so good it's criminal.
It's a deep, rich, sweetly rewarding stout to take the edge off of that grim family gathering, that cheerless annual festival of alienation.
Based on an original recipe from 1795, rare variety of fuggles hops dating to the mid-1800’s gives the beer a soft, rounded bitterness and uncanny drinkability.
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The number one reason is craft beer tastes better than the "beer water" that is mass produced and mass marketed by the big beer companies. Craft beer tastes better because craft brewers spend their time focusing the quality of their beer rather than focusing on their marketing campaigns and stock prices.
Oh yeah! Craft beers can pack a punch. Most craft beers range from 5-10% ABV, but some can reach 20%, 30%, and even 40% ABV.