They are available for purchase in our tap room and at various retail locations
80s Love Child
East Coast style IPA
We used 3 pounds of late addition Citra and Mosaic hops per barrel for this beer. Hazy golden hue and bursting with citrus flavors.
Belgian Pale Ale
Funky, yet easy drinking and well balanced. Reddish-Brown hue with hints of cloves in the aroma and flavor.
Bourbon Barrel Aged Barleywine (Bottles Only)
American Style Barleywine
Our first bottle release to celebrate our 2019 Beerthday!
Aged in Oak Bourbon barrels.
Sweet maraschino cherries upfront give way to chocolate in this dark and smooth stout.
Brown hue with a blend of roasted malt providing a perfect balance with the sweetness.
Brown hue with a creamy tan head. Roasty flavor with sweetness on the tongue. Some phenols from the Belgian yeast play with the sweetness. No burn from the alcohol makes this beer deceivingly delicious.
American Premium Lager
Light and crisp, with just a hint of sweetness. This beer is perfect for, well, what the name implies.
Black hue, hints of coffee and caramel. Lots of maltiness and almost no hop presence.
Grandad's Lemongrass Kolsch
This year's Charitable Hops Winner was AJ Catalanotte. We brewed his winning recipe as top prize. The beer is dry hopped with lemon drop hops and finished off with lemongrass stalks for a citrusy herbal finish.
Barrell Aged Saison
This beer was originally the Language of Love Saison. It took a trip over seas and ended up in some chardonnay barrels. Once the brewmasters realized it the beer took on some delicious fruity notes and tartness from the chardonnay wine.
IP Ya Der Hey
Yeah - we know this style doesn't exist (we are trend setters)
Smell the fresh jalapenos, taste the jalapenos, but no heat. We can add that in if you want a spicy Jorge, just ask.
Amber Hue and caramel character are provided by the roasted malts.
Brown Ale - American
Some sweetness comes through from the malt. This beer is a collaboration with Inventor's Brew Pub. The common symbol for infinity, ∞, was invented by the English mathematician John Wallis in 1657...Brewfinity...Infinity...get it?
Hefty, malty backbone with a dry finish. Double dry hopped with Loral hops which provides a botanical and herbal flavor.
How did we get the name?
Para: resembling - Geeks: Chad and Eric
Copper hue, malt forward, crisp and clean.
Roasty and malt forward with a reddish brown hue. Some sweetness comes through from the malt. This beer is a collaboration with Inventor's Brew Pub and is named after the inventor of the infinity sign, John Wallis.