• Angus (16 oz Four Pack)

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    Angus is black and bad. Named after Angus Young, the lead guitarist to ACDC. Angus is the really friendly guy with a lot of tattoos. Dark beer does not equal sweet or big or heavy. Angus is a great, roasty, everyday driver of the dark beer world. Don’t be scared by his appearance.

    $14.00
  • Chico(16 oz Four Pack)

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    Chico Pale Ale is one of our year-round beers. This beer is named after Chico, California, home of Sierra Nevada and the OG American Pale Ale. Compared to the OG, Chico is more bitter and hop forward. Think of Chico as a modern version of the OG. Chico is hoppy, grapefruity, refreshing, and assertively bitter for a Pale Ale.

    $14.00
  • Chico(16 oz Four Pack)

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    Chico Pale Ale is one of our year-round beers. This beer is named after Chico, California, home of Sierra Nevada and the OG American Pale Ale. Compared to the OG, Chico is more bitter and hop forward. Think of Chico as a modern version of the OG. Chico is hoppy, grapefruity, refreshing, and assertively bitter for a Pale Ale.

    $14.00
  • Poppy (16 oz Four Pack)

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    Poppy is a West Coast IPA brewed with the Pink Boots Special Edition hop blend! This year the blend consists of Cashmere, Ahtanum®, Citra®, Loral® & Sabro®. We also added a dose of Cara Cara orange puree!
    $18.00
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    Rosa (16 oz Four Pack)

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    Our original kettle-sour is back! For this batch, we feathered-in the raspberry puree throughout fermentation rather than our usual bulk addition after cold-crashing the beer. With this technique, the sweet and sour raspberry qualities are much more integrated into the base beer – creating a lighter body, softer pink color, and a unified, approachable flavor. This batch is less pink starburst and more sour patch kids – the acidity and sugars are in perfect equilibrium! Super clean and super refreshing!

    $18.00
  • Tator (16 oz Four Pack)

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    Behold! Our first spin on the traditional German hefty boi. Customarily, this lager is big,malty, but goes down effortlessly. Monks would call it “liquid bread” as it would sustain them during lent. This beer is steeped in international beer history – starting with brewery luminary Paulaner of Munich. Their doppelbock, “Salvator” was the trailblazer of the style. As an homage, other Bavarian breweries made their own doppelbock, all appending their recipes with the suffix “ator” – Celebrator…Optimator…Liberator. In respect, we wanted to follow that long line of naming history…so when an opportunity arises to call your beer “Tator” you don’t pass that up. And you sure don’t make it without potatoes.

    $18.00
  • Zapp! (16 oz Four Pack)

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    Sour IPAs are a bit of a new frontier on the beer world – open to interpretation. Some brewers lean on the hoppy side, others more on the sour side.

    “Zapp!” straddles the line. Each rendition expresses a pronounced acidity while showcasing a range of hop character.

    Zapp! 1 (Tropical) – Dry-hopped with El Dorado, Rakau, and Barbe Rouge. We used hops that are near and dear to our heart to bring you a tropical fruit frusion – lychee, pineapple, and mango balance out the tart foundation of this beer.

    Zapp! 2 (Citrus) – Dry-hopped with Citra, Centennial, and Mandarina Bavaria. This beer tastes straight-up like a Greyhound Cocktail. With these hops, we doubled-down on all things IPA and Citrus – bitter, pulpy, acidic, delicious!

    $20.00
  • Zwickel (16 oz Four Pack)

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    What you have here is a classic zwickelbier or kellerbier (same thing). What the hell
    does that mean? Germans are very straightforward. These style names literally
    translate to ‘Spigot Beer’ or ‘Cellar Beer’. This is an unfiltered lager – straight from the
    fermentor! It’s supposed to taste just like the beer would out of the tank ‘spigot’.
    Although this batch isn’t poured straight off the FV, this lager wasn’t filtered or fined
    when we sent it to our brite tanks – just an unfiltered, unpasteurized, and honest lager.
    Kellerbiers evolve quite a bit over time, so Zwickel is something you’ll want to revisit
    over and over throughout it’s tenure.

    $14.00
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