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Weird Al Dankovic - NE Style IPA 6.4%

Hopped exclusively with Simcoe and Mosaic, yet the yeast balances out the dank and piney edge from the hops. It brings out stone fruit and melon notes, while being soft and round

(gluten reduced)

3 - Triple IPA 11.5%

Dank... in the nose and the palate. This is hop bomb with a kick. It seems full and rich up front then goes toward dry at the end, while alcohol adds just enough character to let you know who's boss.


(gluten reduced)

Hop Tarté - Mosaic Dry Hopped Kettle Sour 4.8%

A Hoppy sour? A sour session IPA? Maybe...? Not really sure what you'd call it, besides delicious. Tart acidity, juicy hops, and a light touch of Mosaic funk, all with a refreshing quaffability.  

Apricot Tarté - Apricot Kettle Sour 5.1%

Fresh apricot in the nose with a faint bready character. The acid is cleansing and refreshing while still letting the fruit shine.  

Dana's Idea - Imperial Red Ale 8.7%

Dana came in and asked why we haven't brewed a red ale in a while. Well... I couldn't answer that, so we brewed a Red Ale! 
Full of caramel, toast, and a touch of chocolatey roast. The alcohol is well hidden under all of the malt and the hops are there just enough. Chinook adds a piney spice and the Sterling mixes with the crystal malts to add just a touch of orange marmalade in the mid palate, but lets the malt shine. Thanks to Sam for sharing the recipe