Jameson Porter is a dark, complex porter that is infused with notes of Jameson Irish Whisky. The chocolate and roast provide a solid base, which is rounded off by a combination of oak and Jameson. The whisky and oak, while not overwhelming, provide this beer with a layer of added complexity while simultaneously helping achieve its smooth finish.
Beautifully gold in color, this medium-bodied pale ale first hits the nose with obvious hop-forward characteristics that carry through with a resiny flavor. Although slightly malty up front, Limp Tail carries through into a dry, hoppy finish.
Let Me Fetch an Oatmeal Stout is an extremely drinkable oatmeal stout, which we make even smoother and creamier by serving on a Nitro tap. With a dark brown to black color, a perfect visual balance is achieved with this beer’s tan and creamy head.
LongerDays is a Session IPA, named after some friends of ours and brewed for people like us – those who want to enjoy a few beers throughout the longer days of summer, without missing the sunset. Although it is lower in alcohol, LongerDays sacrifices nothing in flavor.
Our McSwick Strong Scotch Ale has a light copper color tinged with ruby highlights. The deeply malty and earthy aroma give way to a smooth but heavier bodied mouthfeel. While the alcohol warmth is present, it is balanced out by a malty sweetness with notes of both almonds and dark fruit.
O.C.P. is the result of a challenge made by Joel’s wife: “I want a beer that tastes like an oatmeal crème pie.” Using oats, marshmallow stuff, and other secret ingredients, O.C.P. was born. Tasting notes: Seriously, it tastes just like an oatmeal crème pie. Available on Nitro or C02.
This lightly hopped beer has a semi-dry finish that nicely complements its light to medium body. A light caramel and malty sweetness provide a pleasing smooth flavor.
Renegade is deceivingly light in both color and body. This West Coast style DIPA starts with pine and citrus in the nose. These elements then carry into the mouth with added notes of grapefruit and a pleasantly dry finish.
Salted Caramel Porter. What starts as a traditional porter takes a turn once caramel and salt are added to this brew. The use of chocolate malt even gives it flavors of chocolate that reminds you of a piece of candy.
Our India Pale ale catches the eye with its copper to orange color. The hoppy nose is rounded out with notes of citrus and pine. Medium bodied, Shifting Sands is not overwhelmingly bitter, but it does contain a lasting bitterness characteristic of its style.
Walter is yellow to gold in color with a light to medium body. The bready, malty aroma that is most comparable to white wine or white grapes.