Marzen style oktoberfest, this lager was aged for many months, as is traditionally the way to do it. complex maltiness with clean, dry finish.
the nose reveals subtle sweet caramel malt and classic belgian yeast. the powerful flavor is fruity yet with a hint of caramel. this full-bodied beer finishes slightly bitter, clean and smooth.
This high-gravity gob of gourd-y goodness incorporates pumpkin in the mashing process and then gets wicked with the spices including ceylon cinnamon, jamaican all spice, zanzibar cloves and nutmeg.
2016 release, we have aged only 24 in stock! boiled for a full 2 hours while being continuously hopped with high-alpha american hops, then dry-hopped daily. (2 drink per-person maximum on draft)
Imperial cream ale with turmeric, cinnamon, ginger, star anise, oats cardamom and vanilla bean.
Try one of these delicious du claw brews:
purple passion: blackberry, passion fruit, sea salt gose
troubles melt like lemon drops: lemon drop tart ipa
funk: blueberry wheat
regular beer: beer.
A very drinkable pumpkin ale—brewed with seven and a half pounds of pumpkin per barrel and spiced in conditioning with ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and allspice. available 10/26
brewed with amarillo, cascade, and pumpkin. it has fresh, but subtle spices that bring a fall spirit to this hearty ale.
Spicy, floral hops balance out its malty sweetness for a crisp, dry finish.
Notes of spice, straw, honey, and whipped cream waft from this easy drinking beer.
Sausage fingers is sideward’s oktoberfest-style lager
The merry monkey is sweet like the regular monkey but the spices and additional fruit, really takes it up a notch
Seductively smooth, this medium-bodied amber beauty is akin to the great oktoberfest beers of munich. all german hops make this lager true to style. patient cold aging makes it wonderfully smooth.
American amber sweet potato ale
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