Ales & IPAs

Uses yeast that ferments at the top of the fermentation vessel, and typically at higher temperatures than lager yeast. As a result, this makes for a quicker fermentation period (7-8 days, or even less.) Flowery and fruity aromas ranging, but not limited to apple, pear, pineapple, grass, hay, plum, and prune.



Cloudy pale beers brewed with unmalted wheat along with the regular malted barley, giving the beer a characteristic wheaty flavor and thick creamy texture. Traditionally flavored with coriander and orange peel and have very low bitterness.


Lagers & Pilsners

Uses yeast that ferments at the bottom of the fermentation vessel. Lagers are typically brewed at cooler temperatures (compared to ales) and result with a more crisp and cleaner flavor. Some pilsners even offer strong hop flavors, spicy floral flavors, and crisp refreshing flavors.


Wheats & Ryes

Our wheats provide a light and refreshing adjunct while our rye kits provide a hint of spicy warmth that rye is known for with notes of rye bread. They tend to be reddish-amber, with fruity notes and a nice hoppiness from the hops.


Stouts & Porters

Incredibly drinkable with a vast range in alcohol and bitterness content depending on kit. All stouts are usually medium bodied and features the trademark deep black color.