Flavor and aroma hops prevail. not overly bitter with a distinctively dry yet refreshing finish, this american ipa has a unique flavor that has quickly won-over hopheads and non-hopheads alike.
Florida- american wild ale- 6.2% abv. a collaboration with our pompano brethren, odd breed wild ales, blending two styles into one fantastic, funky brett pale ale.
this american pale ale will tickle your hop palate and massage your beer cravings
Tart freshness of grapefruit perfectly complements our ipa’s citrusy hop character.
Hopped exclusively with the centennial hop varietal from the pacific northwest, massive additions in the kettle and again in the fermenter lend their characteristic grapefruit and pine resin aromas.
Hopslam ale possesses the most complex hopping schedule in the bell’s repetoire. selected specifically because of their aromatic qualities of grapefruit, stone fruit, and floral notes.
Hops are typically american with a big herbal and / or citric character, bitterness is high as well. moderate to medium bodied with a balancing malt backbone.
Collaboration with florida’s cigar city brewing, this ale marries the passion for balanced pale ales with the bright refreshing flavors of grapefruit and passion fruit accented by juicy hops.
This copper gem has a huge hop bouquet with floral, citrus and pine notes merging together in a steady stream of aromatic beauty.
Ipa made with cashmere, calista and ekuanot hops
Expect huge hits of citrus and pine aromas layered over a bright malt backbone. perfect for a day on the water.
Nearing 100 ibus thanks to our heavy-handed hop additions this imperial still has balance with a big dose of malt, creating a robust, full-bodied brew perfect for sipping
Back in 2013, dogfish head teamed with the grateful dead organization to brew american beauty, a pale ale that was made with granola and succulent wildflower honey.
A big beer with a great malt backbone that stands up to the extreme hopping rate.
Brewed to a colossal 45-degree plato, 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)
American and bavarian craft come together with the finest icelandic
water to create the viking version of the pale ale, where robust hoppiness meets smooth malty undertones.
The hopping is pure starglow energy, with chinook to bitter and late and dry additions of citra and amarillo. space dust is out of this world!
Delivers a payload of good ol’ american hops straight to your pallet, bursting forth with the flavors of grapefruit and pineapple.
big, bracing, piney hop flavors meet a tropical bouquet of eureka, denali, nugget, citra, and mosaic hops.
Dry-hopped-only pale ale.
A n.e. style double ipa fermented on a few hundred pounds of blueberries then heavily dry hopped to be loaded with notes of tropical fruit and berries followed by a light malt backbone and smooth hops
Sneaky smooth with a touch of what we call wheatly-esque-ish-ness. crispy wheat and pale malt flavors with a zippy hop finish.
A new england style ipa using 6 hop varietals lending to a citrus and tropical fruit finish.
Galaxy pale ale
A full-bodied double ipa that glows a magnificent hazy orange. heavily dry-hopped with jarrylo, azacca and mosaic resulting in big notes of pineapple, mango, honeydew with a notable pilsner malt.
A west-coast style light bodied pale ale with a megamix of mosaic, galaxy and citra late addition and dry hops.
Amazing hops and smooth with no overly sweet character. a first class brew.
Dabble is a vivid sensory experience — the hop flavors leap seamlessly from mango to papaya to grapefruit and much more. prep yo’ brain.
Resin slaps you with serious unfiltered dankness — sure it stings, but it feels so good at the same time. it’s hop candy up front, but drinks super clean for the size of the beer.
Heavily dry-hopped american pale ale
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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.