imperial porter is a bold, smooth brew with just the right amount of sweetness
Blend of local java dog coffee, roasted the moment before going into the brew to maintain the fresh flavor released from the beans.
This beer doesn’t know if it wants to be a milk stout, oatmeal stout or an english stout and it doesn’t have to.
an ale that has all the chocolate and roasted nut flavor of a classic porter, with an enigmatic surprise thrown in for good measure, real vanilla bean.
"white" oatmeal stout. smooth as silk "white" brewed with british malts, creamy oats, cocoa nibs, vanilla and coffee.
Our gabf medal-winning robust chocolate peanut butter porter, infused with whole bean espresso to add new depth and complexity to our sweet baby.
Lightly sweet, malty flavor is accented by strong notes of chocolate, coffee and peanut butter, and balanced by a subtle hop character.
With clear notes of espresso, dark chocolate and a hint of authentic icelandic coffee, this porter is dark and rich, offering a medium body that is robust, yet smooth on the palate and easy to drink.
Cacao nibs, barrel aged coffee, barrel aged almonds, barrel aged coconut, & barrel aged salted caramel.
this is coffee clouds and it will be a collaboration with freigeist bierkultur and dark matter coffee.
Break through the smooth, light head to the bittersweet reward.
A milk chocolate porter featuring rich notes of chocolate and a medium-bodied mouth feel
Milk sugar in your stout is like cream in your coffee.
This stout is big, rich and malty. black in color, with thick, long-lasting tan head. it’s dark color and deep-roasted flavor comes from the use of roasted and black barleys.
Maple oak is the first of the reserve series to receive the double barrel treatment, aging in both kentucky bourbon barrels and bourbon barrels that previously held vermont maple
Sweet imperial stout treated with dozens and dozens of delicious glazed donuts from fort pierce's favorite donut shop dixie cream donuts, vanilla & lactose
A carefully aged and calibrated imperial stout that’s nuanced, delicate, and complex. expect gentle roast integrated with notes of coconut and vanilla in a medium bodied, silky beer.
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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.