Ace Perry Cider is a new premium fermented cider produced by The California Cider Company (CCC) in the Heart of Sonoma's Apple Country. It is not only California's first commercially produced and distributed pear cider, but, by all reports, the first made in the USA. The second Ace cider to come out of the specially-designed micro cider mill, in Graton just outside Sebastapol, is an innovative complement to Ace Apple, CCC's flagship brand. Like Ace Apple, Ace Perry is made from a base of 100% pure, local apple juice.
Original Sin is a gluten-free cider that contains no artificial colors or flavor. Original Sin is light and clean tasting allowing the natural flavor of the apple to speak for itself. Rated America's Top Cider by New York Times.
Original Sin is ideal with barbecue, fish and casual American fare.
Named Cinq Cents in 75 cl (25.4 fl.oz.) bottles, this beer with its typical golden color, its slightly hazy appearance and its fine head is especially characterized by its aroma which results from an agreeable combination of fresh hops and yeast. The beer's flavor, as sensed in the mouth, comes from the smell of hops: above all it is the fruity notes of Muscat and raisins that give this beer a particularly attractive aroma. The aroma complements the touch of bitterness. There is no acidity, but an after-bitterness which melts in the mouth.
This complex Tripel is a perfect choice as an aperitif with crab cakes, scallops or mussels or an assertive cheese such as a Roquefort or a Stilton; particularly delightful with asparagus. The perfect accompaniment to a fruit dessert, crepes or wonderful on its own as a digestif.
With a dark beer as our first and flagship brand, Black Butte defined Deschutes as a radical player. A slight hop bitterness up front enhances the distinctive chocolate and roasted finish. It’s prized for its creamy mouthfeel and intense complex flavors.
Salmon & Wild Rice, Elk Burger, Onion Soup
Bronze Medal, Brown Porter - 2009 Great American Beer Festival
Best Porter - 2007 Readers' Choice Awards, Northwest Brewing News
Gold Medal, Porter Category - 2007 Australian International Beer Awards
Silver Medal, Porter Category - 2006 Australian International Beer Awards
Silver Medal (88 - Highly Recommended) - 2005 World Beer Championships
This is an aggressive ale. You probably won’t like it. It is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to be able to appreciate an ale of this quality and depth. We would suggest that you stick to safer and more familiar territory–maybe something with a multi-million dollar ad campaign aimed at convincing you it’s made in a little brewery, or one that implies that their tasteless fizzy yellow beverage will give you more sex appeal. Perhaps you think multi-million dollar ad campaigns make things taste better. Perhaps you’re mouthing your words as you read this.
This IPA's generous hop character makes it an ideal pairing with spicy foods such as barbecue, dry-rubbed ribs, or ethnic cuisine such as curry based Indian food, wasabi based Japanese dishes, or spicy Thai entrees.
Maredsous Dubbel is a rich mahogany-brown Dubbel ale, with a delicate body, creamy head, and lush bouquet. Within its velvety taste you’ll discover subtle hints of dark fruit, chocolate, and toffee. You’ll also savor a dry and warming finish. A votre santé.
Excellent choice with savory dishes, meats, slow-cooked French dishes, pork loin, lamb, rabbit, beef, salmon, potatoes, marinated roasts, rich cheeses, almost every rich dessert.
Appearance: Bright, golden color. Beautiful clarity. Total transparency, no residual yeast. Rocky, creamy,
meringue-like head, with excellent retention.
Aroma: Subtle citrus notes with a touch of honey and grain. Gentle, green herbal hoppiness.
Taste:(Note that the beer is definitely best when well-chilled.) Dry and crisp with mild, yeasty citrus notes. More hops on the palate than nose. Well balanced, hops play off both malt and citrus. Hints of floral and sweet orange.
Thanks for choosing to spend the next few minutes with this special homicidally hoppy ale. Savor the moment as the raging hop character engages the imperial qualities of the Malt foundation in mortal combat on the battlefield of your palate!
This IPA would have a wonderful relationship with a hearty meal of steak, stew or chili. Strong and sharp cheeses, like the Roquefort or Stilton pair nicely.
Witbier (White Beer) is a very old type of beer, a specialty of the farm-breweries of old Brabant. The master brewers used their very best crops to make this beer. Blanche de Bruxelles owes its natural cloudiness to the large percentage (40 %) of wheat that goes into its composition.
NEW UFO SIGHTING: Introducing UFO WHITE
(available April - October)
NOW AVAILABLE IN CANS FOR 2013!
Light, crisp, refreshing UFO White follows in the tradition of spiced wheat beers that have been brewed in Belgium for well over 300 years. Brewed with orange peel and a unique blend of spices, UFO White is the perfect choice for a summer’s barbecue, a night out with friends or any time you¹re thirsting for something a little different.
Appearance: hazy, golden yellow
Aroma: strong aroma of coriander and orange
Mouth feel: on the sweeter side of wheat beers
Shellfish, seafood, soft cheeses, and green salads
Milk sugar in your stout is like cream in your coffee. Dark and delicious, America's great Milk Stout will change your perception about what a stout can be. Preconceived notions are the blinders on the road to enlightenment. Udderly delightful.
Roux-based dishes, dishes with cream or milk bases. Various desserts.
Dale's Pale Ale is our flagship beer and America's first hand-canned craft beer. It's an assertive but deftly balanced beer (somewhere between an American pale ale and an India Pale Ale) brewed with hefty amounts of European malts and American hops. It features a meringue-like head, a copper color, and a hoppy nose, thanks to a big post-boil addition of Centennial hops. To complement its hoppy first impression, Dale's also sports a rich middle of malts and hops, and a bracing finish.
This intense example of an American Pale Ale would have a wonderful relationship with a hearty meal of steaks, stews and chili's. Strong and sharp cheeses, like the Roquefort or Stilton would pair nicely.
Heaps of hops give this pale lager a bracing, herbal bite over layers of soft and smooth malt flavor. This refreshing combination of tastes makes Prima a classy quencher in the tradition of the great pilsners of Europe. Dry and delightful, this is an elegant beer.
A great gold pilsner will always work with all seafood dishes, brothy soups, tapas, and just about anything off the backyard grill. This brew also lends itself nicely jambalaya, falafels, and certain Caribbean dishes. Fried pub fare is also a fine accompaniment to German pilsener.
Who would have thought deep in the jungles of Papua New Guinea and Madagascar grew the perfect ingredient to build an extraordinary Porter in Colorado? An ale that has all the chocolate and roasted nut flavor of a classic Porter, with an enigmatic surprise thrown in for good measure, real vanilla bean. Breckenridge Brewery's Vanilla Porter. A vanilla kiss in a rich, dark sea.
See recipe for Vanilla Porter Milkshake on BreckenridgeBrewery.com.