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Golden foeder sour aged with Boysenberries in red wine barrels for a year. The equivalent of 1/4 pound of boysenberries in each bottle! Fruity, tart, and great to share for the winter months! 6%ABV
Golden sour aged on white nectarines. Bright and juicy. 6.5%ABV
This hazy NEIPA is a party you don’t want to miss. It’s packed with Comet and Mosaic hops with a clean juicy grapefruit taste and rye finish. Drink one now before your friends can say “You Had to Be There.”
A Berliner Weisse fermented with our saison strain and aged on white nectarines from Lookout Farm in Natick, MA.
Inspired by our favorite cocktail. This blend of amber aged in vermouth barrels, blonde aged in gin barrels, and sour red aged on orange peel and cranberry, is aromatically fruity with a very balanced taste. Would pair very well with food and comes in at 6%
Golden sour lagers aged on Raspberries and Pink Peppercorn (Nut Allergy)
Our first open-source blend! J-man and his friends helped come up with this blend of three wine barrels. A sour red lager aged up to a year.
Brigadeiro aged 27% in barrels containing Maple syrup, 73% Bourbon Barrel.
Primary fermentation in wine barrels gives this wheat beer lots of complexity.
Make too much noise, question authority, drink ale, wander in the woods, swim upstream. Or, you know, do your own thing. Our thing here is a bright, sunny IPA loaded with flavors of melon, wildflower honey, red grapefruit and green pepper. Hopped with El Dorado, Calypso and Mosaic.
Saison ale aged in oak foeders
We collaborated with our German maltster Klostermalz to bring you this traditional, open-fermented, unspiced yet brightly fruity German-style hefeweizen.
Golden sour lagers aged on Blueberries in Chardonnay barrels, and Rhubarb in Bourbon barrels. Tart, funky, and refreshing!
Hopped with Amarillo, Simcoe and Citra.
Tart, refreshing and drinkable beyond belief. A country-style witbier, spiced with orange and coriander, that harkens to days before the onslaught of industrialized beer.
Brazilian coffee, cacao, oats and milk sugar are all parts of this complete breakfast stout. Roasty, rich, and smooth. (N.B. dairy allergy)
A powerful, pugnacious punch of lupulin delivered by way of Citra & Mosaic powders, backed up by Columbus
Delicate notes of honey and apple blossom quickly overwhelmed by powerful, dank hop aromas of candied orange and grapefruit pith. Spicy, resonating hop character with great attach and lasting bitterness.
100% Brett fermented wild golden ale.
Sour lager aged for 18 months in oak barrels with apricots.
We took our delicious IPA Amirite?! on a tropical tour, adding pineapple and toasted coconut to the mix.
Biere de Garde. Our interpretation of a Northern French country beer.
Light caramel, spicy pepper and a clean, continental hop finish.
Bursting with flavors of spring awakening.
India Pale Ale
So Anyway… is a NE style IPA with Denali, Eureka and Comet hops.
Tastes like tropical starburst got in a fight with fruity pebbles. Wicked hazy and hoppy.
Just Sayin’ is a west coast style IPA with Simcoe, Chinook, Centennial and Calypso hops.
Belgian farmhouse yeast; German Huell Melon and Mandarina Bavaria hops.
Intensely aromatic, with notes of bubblegum & clove from Belgian yeast, supported by melon, orange and floral notes from the German hops
Effervescent with crackling carbonation, Belgian farmhouse yeast character and bold hop aroma and flavor. Bitterness is medium, body is light and refreshing. Finishes dry.
Dry hopped with Citra & Mosaic.
Light in body & haze, yet bursting with hop driven flavors of blueberry, papaya, gooseberry and lime. Finishes dry with clean, crisp bitterness.
Sour red lager aged in a single Sherry butt with Brettanomyces. Mild acidity & funk with notes of caramel and toasted almond.
Brightly juicy, with notes of ripe peach, papaya, red grapefruit, melon and hints of green tea.
Amarillo, Lemon Drop, Idaho 7
Hoppy, hazy, juicy, ya dig?
Hopped with Noble-type hops.
A bright, deceptively strong golden ale with warming alcohol and fruity/spicy flavors from warm fermentation.
Banana, honey, clove, and peppery-spice.
Spicy, fruity, rambunctious fermentation character that coalesces towards a clean, elegant finish. Light, fruity alcohol notes. Notes of honey and pale malt support, with a gentle, floral hop presence.
Powerful and resinous, sneakily strong. Dry-hopped with Mosaic and Nelson Sauvin.
Howayah!? IPA dry-hopped with Citra and Galaxy
Hazy, hoppy and bursting at the seams with bright citrusy hop flavor. Bright citrus, orange rind and mango dominate.
Overripe citrus, mango, candied lemon, light pine sap
Peach, grapefruit pith, flowers, white bread with a lingering, pleasant bitterness.
Opaque, tan head, ruby highlights
baking chocolate, licorice, brown sugar, dates
Layers of dark malt and fruit. Light coffee/chocolate bitterness that is supported by rich, complex molasses-like sweetness. Soft, restrained bitterness.
100% Brettanomyces fermented German-style sour wheat beer.
Tart, funky and sessionable.
A tart and refreshing wheat beer with pleasant funk.
Yogurt-like, fresh grain, barnyard funk and citrus peel.
Refreshingly sour, funky, rustic grain character accompanied by lemon-lime notes.
Inspired by the tart, refreshing wheat beers of Berlin, our take on the style uses a mixture of Lactobacillus and Brettanomyces for fermentation and acidification. Bright sourness is complemented by funky, barnyard aromatics contributed by the Brettanomyces.
Golden ale inspired by Wallonian farmhouse ales, fermented fully with a horde of Brettanomyces. This funky, sessionable beer is a refreshing reward for a hard day’s work.
A light, refreshing beer with ample funk from a full Brettanomyces fermentation.
Funky, with tropical fruit character and light ester profile.
Pineapple, estery, spicy, spicy, refreshing, dry, light, effervescent.
Pre-dry-hopped, 11/.28- .5lb styrian, .5lb palisades
Juicy, East-coast style IPA layered with Mosaic and Citra.
Tropical, bright, and soft on the palate.
Our take on the saison style is drier than most, with the focus squarely on the expressive yeast strain used.
Golden ale fermented warm, with spicy Belgian yeast character.
Subtly hopped with Continental varieties.
Sparkling, effervescent and full of yeasty life.
Yeasty, stone fruits, whitebread, citrus, wine-like, subtle peppercorn spiciness.
Bright esters, bubblegum, light fruity alcohol, dry with medium, floral bitterness.
Rich, amber ale brewed with sugar in the monastic tradition.
A rich, warming ale. Complex sweetness plays against bright, yeasty spice.
Bubblegum, caramel, cloves, light fruity alcohol.
Rich caramel, toffee, brown sugar supporting bright flavors of cloves, bubblegum and pink peppercorn. Light fruity alcohol.
Liquid reward for your labors. A working human’s dry, sessionable porter.
Dry and sessionable with a roasty, snappy character. Deceptively light and refreshing.
Roasty, bakers chocolate, cocoa powder, dark fruit.
Hints at pudding, milk chocolate and treacle without much sweetness. Dry, roasty and refreshing.
Barrel Master’s choice of golden sour lagers, dry-hopped at our whim. The current batch is part of an ongoing fundraising effort for the Jack’s Abby MS Bike Team! A portion of each beer sold goes towards the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Batch 3: Mandarina and Saaz
Inspired by Belgian brown & red beers from the region of Flanders, Cuvee d’Or Rouge is driven by acidity, but not at the expense of balance. Our Barrel Master selects barrels of sour brown and golden lagers to create a final blend that dances delicately between tart and fully sour, while allowing for a soft expression of wood character. A perfect beer to pair with a soft, funky cheese.
Our Barrel Master’s select blend of golden and red sour lagers.
Cider-like, woody, deeply funky, with hints of tobacco.
Dried apricot, fruit leather, torched grapefruit. Lingering, pleasant sourness that never overwhelms. Hints of wood spice & barrel char in support.
A legendary fruit from the breadbasket of civilization, the cherry has long been a companion of brewers. Kriek Mythology honors the sour cherry beers of the Flanders region of Belgium. We use whole cherries and puree, and age in barrels for up to a year.
Brightly acidic with prominent cherry and fermentation character.
Cherry Pit, Vanilla, Leather, Wood
Medium sourness, bright cherry flesh flavors with some spicy, woody, pit-like notes. Soft vanilla character. Finishes funky and dry with gentle lingering acidity
Batch 1 – Primary fermentation with lager yeast, secondary with Brettanomyces Bruxellensis. 10 months in bourbon barrels. Fermented on 2.5lbs cherries per gallon.
Brown lager aged on plums in a foeder and finished with Brettanomyces.
As the freeze sets and shadows elongate we seek liquid solace.
Sweet plum, cherry, and wood spice with light, biscuity malt support. Bright, airy and effervescent. Funk is light but present throughout.
Delicate spice, cherry pie, graham crust, fruit leather
Primary fermentation with lager yeast in stainless, secondary fermentation on plums with Brettanomyces Lambicus in a foeder for 9 months.
You know what’s Remarkable? Half a decade of our friends at Remarkable Liquids spreading the craft beer love all around New York State. Liquid celebration was required, so we’re bringing you this incredibly dank New England Pale Ale in honor of their 5 year anniversary. 5.5%ABV
Sour ale brewed with wheat, rye and spelt aged in oak barrels