Here’s the beer we make! For an up-to-date list of what you can find pouring at our brewery at any given time, check the On Tap list to the right: we update it as kegs are tapped and kick!


a glass of FrankAmerican Pale Ale
4.6% abv

We start with a mellow malt base to showcase the hops against a lightly grainy sweetness.  Zeus, Centennial and Zythos hops are used in the boil and again in dry hopping to maximize hop aroma and flavor.  The result is a superbly drinkable Pale Ale loaded with zest, pine, and a touch of citrus.

The Whale

a glass of The WhaleBrown Ale
5.9%  abv

The Whale is a smooth yet complex beer, packed with flavor yet easy to drink.  We layer distinctive English brown malt and two types of chocolate malt to create aromas and flavors of coffee, chocolate and a surprisingly deep roast.

That IPA

thatipaAmerican IPA
5% abv

This beer is loaded with Simcoe, Mosaic and Zythos hops for that American hop goodness you know you want. Flavors and aromas of pine, peach and other stone fruits combine with a soft malt character. Don’t just have an IPA. Have That IPA.

Stout Affective Disorder (Winter Seasonal)

5.4% abv

Our winter seasonal, Stout Affective Disorder is a dark beer for dark days. Roasted malt is expertly balanced against hop bitterness, yielding a short finish to this highly sessionable beer. Roasty, toasty, and a little nutty, it will also compliment such foods as squash, grilled steak or crème brûlée.

The Double IPA

2013-11-01 14.50.03American Double IPA
9.25% abv

Originally brewed based on a 15 minute old recipe, The Double IPA is a showcase for the glorious American hop. Taking inspiration from late night frozen food purchases, a copywritten number and the need for more, The Double IPA clocks in at a hefty 9.25% ABV and is liberally dosed with more “C” hops than you can shake a stick at. Drink it fresh. Drink it often.

The Double IPA is brewed once a month: when it’s gone it’s gone, but it will return in a few weeks!


Singularity is a series dedicated to exploring the intricacies of the hop.  Each batch is brewed with the same grain bill and yeast and one variety of humulus lupulus.  Hopping rates are adjusted to provide the same level of bitterness across all beers in this series.  Come explore with us as we jump from new world to old and discover the flavors grown halfway across the planet & in our own back yard.

  • Columbus (September 2013)
  • Centennial (November 2013)
  • Simcoe (December 2013)
  • Falconer’s Flight (January 2014)
  • Northern Brewer (February 2014)
  • Apollo (March 2014)
  • East Kent Golding (May 2014)
  • Nugget (June 2014)
  • Chinook (July 2014)
  • Falconer’s Flight 7c’s (October 2014)
  • Palisade (November 2014)
  • Galaxy (December 2014/January 2015)
  • Mosaic (February/March 2015)