These are beers that we have brewed in the past but are not currently available. Most we will make again, but some were one time experiments.
American Dark Wheat Ale | 65.2% ABV | 13 IBUs
Coming from our Experimental Small Batch Beer Series is the American take on a Dunkelweizen. At first glance this is a very very dark beer with a tightly laced strikingly white head. The first aroma is the presence of wheat with a light touch of the roasted malts. As it hits your tongue the first thing you will notice is the very light mouth feel. Again the wheat leads the way with the roasted malt following soon behind. The 5.2% ABV gives a very sessionable beer that you can drink all night long.
Imperial IPA | 9.1% ABV | 100 IBUs
WARNING: This is not your standard Double IPA. You may want start with some small sippa’s of this big DIPA (9.1%, 100IBU). This beer is a true malt forward hop bomb; with an all-malt base (read as no sugars added) and hops added every 10 minutes makes this a delicate and tough brew. The mild amber color is followed by a sweet and citrusy aroma. Upon first sip you get an immediate sweet sensation that is followed by a bitterness that remains on the tongue for the duration of your drinking experience.
American Wheat Ale | 6.0% ABV | 30 IBUs
A summer Wheat brewed with Chamomile and Elderberries.
Much like the father in the famous quote “Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries!” this beer smells like elderberries. Pouring a straw golden color with a creamy white head and delicate elderberry aroma.
English Mild Ale | 3.0% ABV | IBUs
Don't let the black color fool you. This is a smooth stout-like session beer with dark roasted malts in the fore front.
Creme Ale | 6.2% ABV | 22 IBUs
This is one angry Mother Cluster (6.2%, 21.7 IBU). She is upset with her kids giving the yellow fizzy beer style a bad rap. This straw colored cream ale is a tribute to the history of American beers. With a sweet light body and a crisp finish makes this a beer to drink all day and night (in moderation for course).
American Pale Ale | 6.3% ABV | 44 IBUs
The tastiness of this beer sneaks upon you with ninja like powers. A light aroma of caramel and hops slowly roundhouse kick you in the face with your first sip. Utilizing the power of dry hopping this brew will surprise you with the intense hop flavor, some may even feel the need to call it an IPA but that is just how Ninja’s work. Please note no chickens were harmed in the making of this beer (nor were any ninjas but they cannot be harmed, DUH).
Double American Pale Ale 8% ABV
Porter | 6.7% ABV | 46 IBUs
Don’t let the “little” confuse you, Poco Cocoa (6.7%, 46.1 IBU) is a heavy hitter of flavor. This wonderful porter will change during your drinking experience. This chocolate porter pours a wonderful deep brown color with a tight laced creamy head. The bitter chocolate aroma will delight your olfactory senses while you taste a light bitter chocolate on the back of your tongue. As it warms you slowly get a wonderful full bouquet of chocolate flavors to tantalize your taste buds.
India Pale Ale | 7.5% ABV | 75 IBUs
Feeling its roots from California, Suburban Home embodies the West Coast style of an IPA. Pouring a deep golden color with a clean white head and aromas of citrus and grapefruit. The citrus notes carry through this highly quaffable beverage. The bitterness sneaks up as you you enjoy the beverage and slowly linger and fade over time.
Blonde Ale 6% ABV
Blonde Ale | 5.5% ABV | 27 IBUs
Made with Michigan Cherries