What’s In The Tanks

Goat Island Maibock 7.1% – Smooth, fruity malts, with a fresh hop presence throughout. This horny little guy named for the famous little island just on top of Niagara Falls can sneak up on you quick. (Wilson/Wurlitzer)

Salted Caramel Coffee Porter 5.1% – Our house Porter recipe jammed to the nines with chocolate and locally sourced salted caramel cold pressed coffee. Freaking delish if we do say so ourselves. (Wurlitzer)

Imperial XPA 8.6% – Our first double IPA! This intensely delicious beauty was brewed with primarily Amarillo hops and smacks with deep wafting flavors of dark fruits and grapefruit. With an even handed bitterness to balance it out – this sucker is dangerous. Enjoy! (Wurlitzer)

Blood Orange Berliner Weiss 4% – This kettle sour ale is brewed to be light and as easy drinking as it gets. Mildly tart with a kiss of fruity flavors. This is a summer beer if there ever was one. (Wurlitzer)

Hoppycock (v.2.1) 7.1% – When we opened six years ago our house IPA at the time was called Hoppycock. This was a play on our name obviously, but also a play on the British term “poppycock” because it was a British style IPA. We eventually discontinued Hoppycock because the traditional British style of IPA’s were becoming less and less popular, being replaced with more modern styles, that firmly accentuate fruity and tropical hop flavor profiles and keep rich malt flavors in the background. NE (New England) IPA’s like our XPA series really took over, both with our direct customers and the broad market in general. But now, we’re revamping Hoppycock in the vain of our XPA series and giving the masses what they want with another heavily hopped NEIPA. Hoppycock v.2 is brewed with Mosaic, Citra and Azaaca hops atop a bed of soft malts. It’s then double Dry hopped with Citra and Mosaic for an intense citrusy and tropical aroma and flavor. (Wurlitzer)

Blood Orange Mango Berliner Weiss (B.O.M.B.) – 4% Brewed to be bright, fruity, mildly tart and as easy drinking as it gets. It’s distinct, yet enjoyable tartness is complimented by a kiss of sweet citrusy, fruity aromas and flavors — a summer beer if there ever was one!