The brewmaster's goal: the perfect ale for summertime quaffing, nothing more. Breck Brew's SummerBright is the result. The craftsman's touch combines white wheat, two row pale and munich malt with the pacific northwest's most intriguing hops along with citrus peel to create a bright, clean ale ideal for picnicking, evenings on the screen porch and enjoying the whims of the summer breeze.
Steamed mussels or other shellfish, fruit salads, lighter fare
Brewed with all natural ingredients, including 93% barley malts (Plaisant and Triumph) and 7% wheat, and Styrian Goldings, Hallertau Herzbrucker and Kent Challenger hops. Beer authority Michael Jackson describes Corsendonk® Abbey Pale Ale as "Dry, with a great deal of finesse. A deceptively potent ale in the golden, "Triple" strength style of Belgium's Trappist monks. It has a very big head indeed - pour it gently - and a very clean palate, beginning with a dry, lightly citric fruitiness, and finishing with a distinctive and delicate, perfumy, hop character.
A dry, sparkling beer that has the finesse of Brut Champagne, becoming drier as it matures. Enjoy it before, during and after meals, with fish, fowl, seafood and pasta. It's a savory complement to traditional Belgian moules & frites (mussels and fries), and full-flavored and spicy grilled foods. Best served at 50°F.
White beer with a twist of apple juice. Brewed with spices (coriander, orange zest, and licorice) with natural flavors. Deep golden in color and naturally cloudy, this bottle-conditioned white beer is fresh, crisp and exceptionally refreshing.
Brewed with Pale, Munich and Caramunich malts; Kent Goldings hops. This is a rich, dark, joyous brew with which to celebrate the holiday season. It's aroma of chocolate malt & spiciness is reminiscent of the wonderful smells of holiday baking in Mom's kitchen. Silky smooth on the palate, it's predominantly malty, with smoky, spicy and citrusy notes and a long, lingering finish that is lightly tart and malty. Bottle conditioned for a fresh, lively taste. Round and well balanced, it's a welcome addition to holiday tables and beyond.
Enjoy it as a complement to red meat, game and dishes like cassoulet, or a contrast to white meats and seafood. Enjoy its malty richness with fruit pies, crème brûlée and bread pudding. Best served at 55°F.
Brewed with all natural ingredients, including Caramel, Pilsen and Munich barley malts, and Saaz, Kent and Hallertau hops. Beer authority Michael Jackson describes Corsendonk® Abbey Brown Ale as "A strong, Burgundy-colored ale in the style of the classic Trappist brews of Belgium. Has a very distinctive bouquet: yeasty, fruity and slightly smoky. In palate, it has notes of port, raisins and black chocolate. Matures greatly with age, becoming softer, smoother and deeper in palate. Ideally, should be stored for at least a year, and could mature for at least five."
A rich, silky smooth beer that is a grand accompaniment to red meat, pasta and game dishes, and contrasts nicely with spicy sausage, smoked meats, veal and grilled seafood. Enjoy its malty richness after dinner with nutty cheeses or in a sabayon (zabaglione). Best served at 55°F.
This golden beer pours with beautiful, frothy white beer foam that lasts due to bottle conditioning. Gently rousing the yeast that settles in the bottle will result in a fuller texture and a more cloudy white appearance. The citrus aromas that jump from the glass are largely tangerine up front with other types of citrus notes that mingle with the Belgian yeast esters. Hop flavors of bitter orange zest dominate the brew and linger to the finish with a nice play of American and Belgian yeast combo.
Why does the world need another IPA? Because this one ain't like them others. Using hops of a different color, earthy and herbal, it's well balanced by bready malt. The result? An English-style IPA that separates itself from the ubiquitous bunch. Cartloads of bitter monkeys flinging wasteful amounts of bananas into the jungle - we're so done with that.
Initial malt sweetness followed by earthy, straw and herbal hop notes. Finishes dry with a pleasant lingering bitterness and distinctly British hop character.
An ale of enlightenment created to aid in deciphering the puzzles along life's road, and to interpret signs in the voyages of the spirit. Blind Faith is an extremely well-balanced India Pale Ale with a crisp, refreshing hop bitterness and a deep malt body to match.
Part of the IPA on Tour Series.
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.
The Maple Oat Ale is brewed with Maine-grown organic oats from granola company GrandyOats and Vermont-produced organic maple syrup from Butternut Mountain Farms in Morrisville, Vermont. The beer is in support of Chefs Collaborative, the nation’s leading culinary organization that provides its members with tools for running economically healthy, sustainable food service businesses.
Weiss Principal is the international love child of a German Hefe-Weisse and an American Double IPA. This unfiltered wheat beer employs a traditional German Weiss yeast, providing engaging banana and clove flavors. A stern dry-hopping of a pungent American hops provides pronounced citrus, pine & fruit notes.
Brewed by the original Wheat Beer Pioneers, Pyramid Hefeweizen is our American take on the Bavarian classic, which is unfiltered for a very flavorful, yet remarkably refreshing taste. Pyramid Hefeweizen has won more awards than any beer in its class. No wonder Pyramid is considered the beer world’s wheat brew experts. Handcrafted with 60% malted wheat (10% more than Bavarian tradition calls for), our award-winning Hefeweizen is unsurpassed in quality and exceptionally smooth and refreshing.
Our hop heaping IPA is a golden nectar garnering thunderous reviews. Its floral aroma strikes a harmonious blend between a sweet malt flavor and bold hop bitterness. Enjoy this thirst quenching adventure.
Ovila Abbey Ales will closely follow the traditions established by centuries of monastic brewing. “Thirty years ago, I never thought we would be working with a monastery,” says Ken Grossman, founder of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. “I first toured some of the Belgian abbey breweries in the 1980’s, and I’ve been fascinated with the beers ever since. It’s exciting for us to work on this project, and to experiment with these unique Belgian-inspired styles. The response so far has been great, and I can’t wait for the first release.”
Three thousand feet above sea level in the misty mountains of Jamaica, some of the world's finest Arabica beans are hand picked on their way to becoming Blue Mountain Coffee. Halfway around the world, plump spring barley grows to maturity in the loamy soil of North America while aromatic hops are cultivated to exacting standards. Here in our kettles, these three special ingredients are blended to create a heady mixture of sweet sugar, dark roast, and complex flavor.
Hot molten chocolate mud cake is the ideal pairing for this beer, however it works beautifully on its own as a digestif.
Dubbed the Flying Mouflan (for reasons that become clearer toward the bottom of the glass) this strong alluring ale is two beers in one. Cracking open a fresh bottle unleashes hops and heat with more than 100 IBUs emanating from three hop varieties and sweet burn of 9.3% ABV. Cellaring the Flying Mouflan in a cool dark place at 50 degrees for a minimum of four months will mellow out the hops and wash away the heat. If you can resist temptation you will be rewarded with two memorable beers in a single bottle.
Peak Pomegranate Wheat is a refreshing, yet intricate ale brewed with locally grown organic wheat, organic coriander and a touch of organic Pomegranate and Acai juice from our friends at Sambazon. Not as sweet as many fruit beers, the Pomegranate Wheat has a soft, round mouthfeel from the local, un-malted wheat. The spice from the coriander and the subtle sweetness from the Pomegranate and Açai are a perfect complement. Read more here
A light lager released at the beginning of the summer when Nantucket is just getting it's groove on! It's a classic Bavarian style lager with a delicious malt palate and an assertive noble hop finish. Hints of citrus give this lager a light, refreshing flavor perfect for hot summer nights.
(seasonal - 12oz bottles, 12oz cans, and in draught
A traditional summer wheat beer marries a west coast Pale ale. Brewed with locally grown wheat, providing a complex mouthfeel, and single-hopped and generously dry-hopped with Amarillo, creating a glorious citrusy aroma and finish. The approachable 5% abv makes this the perfect session beer on a summer day.
The refreshing citrus and spice character and delicate mouth feel of wheat beer makes it a great accompaniment to boiled veal weisswurst, lighter fish such as mahi-mahi, and salads made with citrus based dressing.