A collaboration with hidden springs ale works! with raspberry, hazelnut, chocolate, & milk sugar.
This test beer pours a beautiful pink color that is slightly tart with a refreshing ginger zip!
A perfect balance of tart, sweet, and sour. expect the pink himalayan salt and flowery guava to leave you refreshed and wanting more.
A kettle soured berliner brewed with malted wheat, german pilsner malts, and lactobacillus cultures. watermelon and lime dominate the flavor profile.
Blackberries, lemon zest and juniper berries
Key lime pie berliner with lime, graham cracker, vanilla, & lactose
Black tea-lemonade inspired sour ale.
Blueberry, lemon, honey, lavender & milk sugar
Tiki drink inspired sour ale w orange, pineapple, coconut, nutmeg + lactose ba in st. pete distillery whiskey + tippler's barrels
Berliner weisse brewed with strawberries, basil, and jalepeno
Sour peach pale ale
Vanilla and lemon sour
85% white wheat berlinerweiss refermented with dill pickle juice.
this beer is fermented hot with our mixed culture of wild yeast and bacteria in steel, not kettle soured. this reduces off-flavors.
Sharp, bright lemon and sweet lactose meet beautiful cheesecake flavors in this berliner.
Raspberry & blackberry kettle sour with just enough lactose to make it soft and fluffy, like a kitten's whisper
Sour ale with passion fruit, mango, and pineapple
Sour ale aged on cherries.
This one hits super close to the heart for us because we love our parchita, or maracuya as others know it. sour ale conditioned with passionfruit and lime.
This electrifying transformation of our famed golden monkey may just blow your mind. tastefully twisted to offer nuances of sweet fruit, and a sharp tang of tartness.
Session sour with watermelon and dragonfruit
Dominant flavors in gose include a lemon sourness, an herbal characteristic, and a strong saltiness.
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.