Our interpretation of a traditional Belgian wheat beer, Allagash White is unique and truly refreshing. Brewed with a generous portion of wheat and our own special blend of spices, this beer is light and slightly cloudy in appearance, with a spicy aroma.
Pair with a salad with vinaigrette dressing or a fresh goat cheese. Excellent accompaniment to poultry and fish entrées or a dessert such as a spicy apple pie.
Brooklyn Summer Ale is a mondern rendition of the "Light Dinner Ales" brewed in England in the 40's. They were also called "luncheon ales" or even "family ales," because they were refreshing and flavorful without being too heavy. We brew Brooklyn Summer Ale from premium English barley malt, which gives the light-bodied, golden beer a fresh, bready flavor. German and American hops lend a light, crisp bitterness and a citrus/floral aroma, resulting in a berr with a very sunny disposition.
Excellent with salads, seafood, quiches and lightly spiced dishes. It's also great at lunch!
Our flagship beer, an English style pale ale. Wonderfully balanced with Maris Otter malt, hints of crystal malt and generously hopped with East Kent Goldings, it has a rich honey color and fruity hop aroma. It is named in honor of Nantucket's whaling history.
This English style ale was primarily brewed to go along with all sorts of seafood yet lends itself well with game bird, broth style soups and particularly well with almonds.
Hazy orange-yellow in color. Banana, clove, and vanilla like flavors with a touch of toasty wheat malt and hops.
Excellent with Mexican dishes, avocados, rice and beans, nuts, smoked chili's, chocolate sauces, Thai food, foul and poultry, Mediterranean dishes, German, Chinese and yes, Japanese dishes especially sushi.
Sierra Nevada Torpedo Ale is a big American IPA; bold, assertive and full of flavor and aromas highlighting the complex citrus, pine and herbal character of whole-cone American hops.
With a bold emphasis on hop bitterness, India pale ales are the ultimate beverage pairing for spicy dishes. The sharp hop presence in most India pale ales can stand up to even the most devilish of spices in Cajun, Malaysian, Japanese, Indian, and Mexican cuisine.