Low in alcohol, refreshingly tart, and often served with a flavored syrup like Woodruff or raspberry, the Berliner-style Weisse presents a harmony between yeast and lactic acid. These beers are very pale in color, and may be cloudy as they are often unfiltered. Growing in popularity, where many brewers are now adding traditional and exotic fruits to the recipe, resulting in flavorful finishes with striking, colorful hues. Often described as the most purely refreshing beer in the world.
German-style IPA is brewed using the German base malts, Pilsner or Weyermann Pale and Vienna, which give a pleasant biscuity flavor. German hops such as Magnum and Hallertau Blanc give the beer a floral aroma combined with a mild hop bitterness.
Also called “heller bock” (meaning “pale bock”), the German-style Maibock is paler in color and more hop-centric than traditional bock beers. A lightly toasted and/or bready malt character is often evident.
This Classic American Style Lager is our salute to all those citizens who demonstrated their constitutional right of freedom of mobility to run the gauntlet of police checkpoints
Keep Rolling People.
Similar to a Hefeweizen, these southern German wheat beers are brewed as darker versions (Dunkel means "dark") with deliciously complex malts and a low balancing bitterness. Creamy and full-bodied, most Dunkelweizen are medium amber to amber-brown and appear slightly murky from the weizen yeast. Phenolic (clove) and fruity (banana, bubble gum) character will usually be present in the nose, and some examples may even taste like banana bread.
A plain amber ale, no frills attached, best drank under the night sky, or conceiving.
Today, as in the past, the Pontiac is widely known as a destination to hunt and fish. Such was the case when Queen Victoria's son Prince Arthur visited here in 1872 to hunt moose up in the Picanoc river.
Enjoy this traditional English Pale Ale with a balance of hoppy aromas and buttery malt. Makes for a great drink after the hunt.
A warming Winter Ale with clove and fruit notes. Crafted especially to be enjoyed in the warmth and comfort of your home.
The German-style Weizenbock is a wheat version of a German-style bock, or a bigger and beefier dunkelweizen. Malt mellanoidins and weizen ale yeast are the star ingredients. With flavors of bready malt and dark fruits like plum, raisin, and grape, this style is low on bitterness and high on carbonation. Balanced clove-like phenols and fruity, banana-like esters produce a well-rounded aroma