This is their first time brewing with fresh or “wet” Pacific Northwest hops (that were overnight delivered from Hopunion LLC), and since they’re only available once a year, this is an extremely limited, one-time-only batch that will not be widely distributed to bars or restaurants.
It’s a sin to call this beer a pale ale; it’s so much more than that. Synner is slightly bitter with a punch in the face of hop aroma and flavor. Brewed in the tradition of a So-Cal session ale, it’s copper in color with a medium malt body. This ale is brewed to be dry on the palate and have a distinctive fruitiness found in the aroma. Synner is sure to satisfy both novice and experienced ale drinkers.
Laverstoke Park Farm’s Organic Ale has won two gold stars two years running at the Great Taste Awards. The CAMRA approved Ale is bottle conditioned so that secondary fermentation takes place in the bottle creating silky bubbles and an intensely satisfying flavor , comprising slight caramel sweetness effortlessly balanced with the fresh aroma of Fuggles hops.
Just like those classic video games we all grew up with, 8-Bit Pale Ale is spectacularly simple at first glance yet remarkably fun and complex when you get into it. Our Hop Rocket infuses the character of Austrailian grown Galaxy Hops into an American Pale Ale, giving a unique tropical, almost melon aroma in a classic American style.
Using only water, malt, hops, and yeast, Clown Shoes made this the kind of beer that will help you when your (real or imaginary) people are tired, thirsty, hungry or enslaved need to step forward and state with authority: Let My People Go!
Fish and chips, medium cheeses, grilled chicken and sausages
Third Avenue brasserie The Smith debuted the brew — called "The Smith East Village Ale" — this week to appeal to customers looking for something more unique than the usual bottled and draught beer.
The bar spent six month consulting with breweries, and ultimately decided to go with Brooklyn's Sixpoint Craft Ales because they thought the microbrewery was the most successful at catching The Smith’s flavor.
"The style is a mix - it has a Pilsner quality, some sweetness of a pale ale, but also a spicy, aromatic quality."
Local Harvest Ale is brewed with hops and barley grown in Maine with the clear water of Sebago Lake. Local Harvest Ale is mahogany in color and has an intense bouquet of citrus, pine and lemongrass which comes from hopping this beer four ways: In the mash, in the kettle, steeped and dry hopped. After your first sip you will taste the fresh wet hops and the finish flavor of oily hops on your tongue. You will desire yet another sip. This auburn Autumn classic is balanced with the careful addition of chocolate and caramel malts to create this extremely popular local beer.