A New England Triple IPA double dry hopped with Vic Secret, Strata, and Galaxy hops!
An easy drinking blonde ale, Suntoucher is the most approachable of beers!
A simple recipe of two malts and Amarillo hops that provide a light orange citrus aroma and organic lemon taste.
Pale sour with Pineapple, Pink Guava, & Andean Blackberry pureé added during fermentation, resulting in a tropical fruit medley punch, followed by a tart, dry finish.
Our year-round double dry-hopped hazy IPA. This batch we brewed and dry-hopped with Azacca, Idaho 7, and Cashmere hops.
The Great Norns are the three giantesses who, according to Norse legend, weave our fates. Urðr, Verðandi and Skuld. Your fate is to drink this beer, cheers!
West Coast IPA Dry hopped with Centennial, Chinook and Citra hops that will take you back to when bitterness ruled the world.
A single decoction Helles made with Pure Idaho Pilsner malt.
Tiny Viking is an aromatic, hop haul! We used Norwegian Kviek yeast to create a tiny haze hit. Super approachable but filled with juicy flavor.
Imperial Pastry Stout brewed with ladyfinger biscuits, locally roasted rum barrel-aged coffee beans, cocoa powder, lactose sugar, & chocolate malt
New England Doube IPA Triple Dry-Hopped with Strata, Wai-iti, Azacca, and Galaxy
West Coast Double IPA Dry-Hopped with Vic Secret, Mosaic, and El Dorado
One of the first SYBC recipes, the Who’s Paul? Pale Ale has a peach and orange-peel aroma, a smooth, soft mouthfeel, light biscuit breadiness, and an ending of balanced bitterness with a fruity-citrus tang.
Flanders Style Red Ale re-fermented in red wine barrels with mixed cultures
A mixed culture ale fermented with Frederiksdal cherry juice in a cab sauv puncheon.
Wooden Bird is our collaboration with the fine gentlemen from the Wooden Bus. We wanted to combine their love of Saisons and True Anomaly’s wild program. We hope you enjoy, cheers!
Classic West Coast IPA – Citrus, Pine, and a Dank Bitter Ending. Hops are the forefront of this beer with a blend of Cascade, Chinook, Centennial, Simcoe, and Amarillo.