On Tap This is our lager love letter to East Hill. Refreshing and crisp, yet delicate and balanced. Perfect for any and every occasion. xoxo.One of our three flagship offerings, Lo-Fi's flavor and aroma are led by a charge of Citra and Mosaic hops to provide intense notes of stone fruit, pineapple, and citrus.Brewed with orange blossom honey, this rendition of our Neighborhood Beer boasts beautiful honey aroma and flavor. Bees, y’all the real mvp.2023 US Open gold medal award winner. Dark. Roasty. Easy to drink. Solitude is the perfect lager gateway for the homies who love dark beers.This year's Oktoberfest may be our most favorite yet. Easy drinking with the perfect amount of caramel sweetness. Enjoy one before the season's over. Let's get tropical! Pineapple, cherry, and lime create something of an oasis in a sea of lager. A true-to-style, rustic Saison with Brettanomyces. It's funky, it's earthy, and refreshing as all get out. You're gonna like the way you look, I guarantee it.Slightly different than your straight forward German Lager, the Helles are often more full-bodied and rounded. That doesn't take away from Hellesus and its drinkability. Tellier is our once-a-year Altbier. For those not in the know, an Altbier is essentially a German Amber Ale that receives the same treatment as a Kolsch; fermented at a lower temperature and then cold conditioned for an extended period of time. Named after our good friend, Tim Tellier, this is one of those beers that just about everyone can enjoy.The Lurch is a classic, English-inspired Oatmeal Stout perfect for cooler weather. Dark, roasty, and full-bodied. Dark, light, and easy drinking, Bock Bier is a perfect accompaniment to any occasion.Crafted with two heirloom varietals of corn, Hickory Creek strikes a balance between delicate and complex while being drinkable beyond belief.Australia's only native beer style, the Sparkling Ale has a murky history, but this clear, effervescent ale hits all the right marks. A gem of a beer, Decent Wizards showcases the early stages of the lagering process. With yeast still in suspension, this young lager gives a look into what we as brewers taste throughout the process. For, you know, research purposes... Krosara2024-02-03T15:04:18+00:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInEmail Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.