We picked the classic German hefeweizen as our go-to wheat beer because they’re a downright fascinating style. They’re traditionally wildly complicated to brew, but also one of the most accessible styles out there, easily enjoyed by newer craft beer drinkers and consummate beer geeks alike.Read More
It’s time to bring a little oomph.
Our introductory beer lineup — a golden ale, IPA, hefe, and dry stout — were exercises in balance, tradition, and absolute drinkability. This is good and important, but as we expand our offerings, we want to have some fun and deliver some big, big flavors.
Enter Big Brains.Read More
Why did we brew a dry Irish stout -- a relatively restrained, uncomplicated iteration of stouts?
Was it to push back against a sugar-glazed world gone mad? To stare down an unstoppable rolling tide of bourbon barrels destined to consume all stouts and, eventually, us?
Nope! It’s because they’re fun as hell to brew and drink!Read More
War Castle is our take on the American IPA. It’s hazy with a soft bitterness, soft body, extremely fruit-forward nose and flavor — plus some classic piney and spice notes mixed in, a firm malt backbone, and a focus on balance and moderation.
Here’s how we made it.Read More