While there may be plenty of fish in the sea, there are few as sweet as ours!
Just like dating, you will need to test the waters first…
Browse through our beers to find the perfect one for you.
Our most asked question – What is the difference between ABV, IBU and Hops? So, we’ve broken it down for you!
ABV is used to measure the alcohol content in your beverage. Beers typically fall between 3.0 to 13.0 ABV. The ABV is determined by taking before and after measurements of your sugar solutions.
IBU is the gauge of a beer’s bitterness and measures the parts per million of isohumulone. Isohumulone is the acid found in hops that gives beer its bitter bite. So the higher the IBU the more bitterness and vice versa. One thing to note is that other flavours added to the beer throughout the process can mask the intensity of the bitterness.
Hops are the raw material that provdes the isohumulone. They are used during the brewing process to add bitterness, flavour and aroma compounds to your beer. They also have anti-bacterial properties to help preserve the beer.
Ready for Drinking!
Check below to see what we currently have on tap for sipping. Our last beers of 2019 were just released! Come down and order a pint of our Gingerbread Cookie Ale, the Porter or our Black IPA. We might be biased, but all of them are pretty great!
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Our 6-Packs are ready!
Head to our beer and merchandise page to snag a 6-pack of Hazy IPA and Blonde Ale.
Clean, light, and subtle. This balanced blonde is perfect for your hot sunny day on the golf course, or a backyard BBQ with friends.
A traditional amber ale, with rich maltiness, notes of caramel & dates, and finished with clean English yeast.
If you’re looking for a clear beer, this is not it. This IPA packs a punch with silky smooth body and low bitterness for easy drinking.
This dark ale gets its layers of chocolate and coffee and it’s color from the generous amount of chocolate malt added during the brewing process.
This German style wheat ale was brewed with traditional European ingredients to give it those classic banana notes and soft mouthfeel.
Easy IPA is brewed with wheat and oats to give it a soft mouthfeel and make it very easy to drink. This is brewed for the hop lovers but is a great intro beer for the novice craft drinker.