Amber hued Imperial Pumpkin Ale brewed with real pumpkin, pale, Munich and caramel malts with the perfect blend of ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove,and allspice.
Its spices are flawlessly combined with the subtle taste of pumpkin for the most deviously enticing Autumn brew.
As specialty beers are typically all made with flavor enhancing ingredients, foods with complimentary ingredients are generally an ideal match. For example, pumpkin beers pair well with spiced pumpkin pie, and chocolate beers tend to work well with chocolate based desserts.
The Triple d’Anvers beer is the successor of the De Koninck Tripel. They both contain 8% alcohol volume, yet the Triple d’Anvers is a top-fermenting beer, unlike the previous triple.
This beer is lightly amber-colored and as mentioned, top-fermented. Whilst brewing, blonde and dark malts are used, without adding any herbs, because the harmonic mixture between malts and hops suffices to guarantee it’s desired flavour. When drinking it, you will first taste a sweet touch, followed by a combination of hop bitter, fruitiness, and a refreshing character, caused by the top-fermentation.
Grisette is a Belgian farmhouse ale which was originally brewed in the Hainaut Province to be the beer of the miners in the area, just as Saison was the beer of the farmers. It was lighter than saison and frequently contained wheat as well as barley malt (as does the Sly Fox version). The name is derived from the French word for grey, referring either to the young women (the grisettes) who doled out pints as the men exited from the mines while still dressed in their grey factory frocks, or possibly the color of the cobblestone rock being mined.
You love hops, you ask for hops and this killer IPA delivers! Hopsecutioner earns its name by using six different types of hops giving it a fresh citrus and pine hop nose with a beautifully bitter finish. A strong malt back bone keeps this aggressive IPA well balanced. This IPA is made for hop lovers a you may lose your hop head over this one!
Gold Medal- 2010 Atlantic City Beer Festival (India Pale Ale)
Dedicated to the freaks and the geeks! What started as a top-secret experiment with Michigan honey, cherries and apple cider became a viral epidemic. It won't be easy to survive, so grab your weapons and don't forget this bottle for backup! Serve cold...zombies hate the cold...