Red Zone ESB
This Extra Special Bitter has a deep amber color and an aroma that blends fruity hops and toasted malt. It can be compared to Red Hook ESB.
5.2% Alcohol by volume A13
Redd Foxx Apple Ale
This beer is crisp like an apple and brewed like an ale. It is NOT a cider, it's a golden ale with hints of red apple.
5 % Alcohol by volume A16
Flat Tire Amber Ale
This is a Belgian style ale with great color and big body, similar to Fat Tire Amber Ale.
5.2% Alcohol by volume A18
London Calling ESB
A pale amber ale that is somewhat bitter with a distinct fruity, hoppy finish.
4.8% Alcohol by volume A20
A dark amber ale with a well defined hop character and a nice floral aroma. This ale is similar to the Sierra Nevada Celebration.
5.4% Alcohol by volume A21
Saison Farmhouse Ale
This Belgian Saison ale is semi-dry, refreshing and bubbly. It has earthy and peppery notes with a slight fruit flavor.
5.4% Alcohol by volume A22
Tommy D's Sweet Summer Blonde
A great blonde ale that you can enjoy all year. Great for BBQ's or get togethers that last all day. Can't go wrong bringing this beer to a party!
4.5% Alcohol by volume A24
Across the Pond Winter Ale
This brew has a light amber color, a nice malty and nutty flavor that is balanced by spicy hops. It is similar to Samuel Smith's Winter Welcome.
6% Alcohol by volume A26
Smashing Pumpkin Ale
This seasonal treat is a malty sweet ale, lightly spiced with pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger.
5.6% Alcohol by volume A27
Six Feet Under Ale
A malty, rich ale with just a hint of creaminess. The right recipe for coming back from the dead. Similar to Rogue's Dead Guy Ale.
7.8% Alcohol by volume A28
Pumpkin Pigskin Ale
Pumpkin Ales are now an autumn tradition. This recipe has subtle pumpkin flavors, moderate spiciness, good body and a respectable alcohol level.
Sami’s German Kölsch
Many Americans haven’t heard of Kölsch style ales. Kölsch beer is the lightest of the ales. It is sometimes confused with a lager, yet it is wonderfully complex.
Watermelon German Kölsch
Kölsch beer is the lightest of the ales. Sometimes confused with a lager, yet it's wonderfully complex. Adding watermelon to this nice smooth beer makes it a great summer time thirst quencher.
Cloud 9 Cream Ale
This American Cream Ale is light and refreshing. It uses both Ale and Lager yeast to create a really smooth drinking brew.
Big Blue Blueberry Ale
Kölsch is the lightest of the ales, yet it is wonderfully complex. Adding blueberry to this nice smooth beer makes it a great autumn thirst quencher!
Gnarley Barley Wine
A real strong brew for the beer drinker who appreciates everything; more hops, more malt, more alcohol, more flavor. Barley Wine has a quality many people compare to Brandy or Cognac.
8% Alcohol by volume A36