Tomorrow we are releasing our Barrel Aged Saxonator. It will be available at the brewery in bottles and on draft for samples and snifters.
This week we’ll be releasing what we are calling a Berliner Braun Lager. This is a spin on a traditional Berliner Weisse, which is usually low in ABV, light in color, brewed with wheat and quite tart. Our version is darker and stronger than normal. The plan was to age all of this beer is…Details
Our Coffee and Vanilla Barrel Aged Framinghammer variants are being release at the brewery next Wednesday, January, 29th at 12pm. Big, bold, black and aged in bourbon barrels with either coffee or vanilla beans. The lengthy barrel conditioning period creates a silky smooth chocolatey mouth feel enhanced by the use of oats and brown sugar. Noticeable…Details
Today we are releasing our Bourbon Barrel Aged Framinghammer at the brewery. It will be available through normal distribution next week. You can stop by the brewery for bottles, samples or a snifter. Our new tasting room hours as Wed-Sat 12-8pm.
Starting this Thursday, January 9th, we will be serving full pours of our beers in our tasting room. For this week we will be keeping our current hours. Starting next week we will be open Wednesday-Saturday, 12-8pm. Our regular beers will be available in pint and half pint glasses, as well as 4oz tasting glasses. …Details
Mass Rising, our gold medal winner at the 2013 Great American Beer Festival for Other Strong Beer, is now available in 4-packs of 12 ounce bottles. It is available now in our tasting room for growlers and bottles, and will soon hit our regular distribution. Mass Rising is a Double India Pale Lager. In the…Details
Jack’s Evil Brew is now available in our tasting room. This beer was brewed as a collaboration between Jack’s Abby and Evil Twin Brewing. This black lager blends various roasted and dark crystal malts. Aromas of chocolate, coffee, and a subtle nuttiness dominate this sweet full bodied lager. Brown malt and chocolate wheat malt were…Details
Big, Bold, and Black. This unusual lager style has many similarities to Imperial Stouts. A lengthy conditioning period creates a silky smooth chocolaty mouth feel enhanced by the use of oats and brown sugar. Noticeable sweetness gets balanced by roasted malt and hop bitterness. At 10% alcohol by volume, this beer is sure to keep…Details
The hardest part about making new and exciting hoppy beers is sourcing the hops you need. Most hops are bought under contracts which are signed two or three years in advance. If you have a new beer that becomes popular you are often unable to brew anymore of it as there is no source for…Details
This Thursday, 10/31, we will be releasing Kiwi Rising at the brewery. This Double India Pale Lager uses over four pounds of New Zealand hops per barrel, which are added throughout the brewing process in progressively larger amounts. Four kettle hop additions, whole leaf hops in the hop back, and multiple dry hop additions infuse an…Details