American Wheat Ale
This beer can be made using either ale or lager yeast. Brewed with 30 to 50 percent wheat, hop rates are higher & carbonation is lower that German wheat beers. Like the German wheat beers, a fruity aroma & flavor are typical. Color is usually pale.
Son of Frog
Son of Frog is an English style ale brewed with goodly amounts of caramel & chocolate malts as well as the unique specialty malt, special roast. Dark red in color, Son of Frog delivers a full malty delivery and finish.
Lighter Shade of Pale
A pale ale similar in body & color to our IPA but with less bitterness and aroma. A less aggressive ale than our IPA, designed for our customers that are not total “hop heads.”
Strong Scotch Ale
Light brown to black in color that may be toasty, chocolate-like to sharp. Hop bitterness is medium to high with faint-moderate hop aroma. Body is medium high.
Mild Brown Ales range from a deep copper to brown in color. Malty sweet tones dominate the flavor profile with very little hop flavor or aroma.
Avalanche Amber is a medium body pale ale deriving its color from caramel malts. It is liberally hopped, with a distinct hop bitterness and a very floral nose.
India Pale Ale
India Pale Ales have intense hops bitterness and high alcohol content resulting in a crisp, dry beer, and may have hop aroma and strong hop flavor or bitterness with medium maltiness.
Our Porter delivers a rich malty flavor with hints of caramel and chocolate malts, moderate hop bitterness & faint hop flavor. A very drinkable, big dark ale.
Special Bitter is more robust that Ordinary Bitter. In addition, the Special Bitter has more hop character and maltiness than Ordinary Bitter.
Dry Stouts have an initial malt & caramel flavor profile with a distinctive dry roasted bitterness in the finish. Dry Stouts achieve a dry roasted character by the use of roasted barley. Hop aroma & flavor are not present.
Extra Special Bitter
E. S. B. possesses assertive hops qualities. The residual maltiness of this full-bodied is more pronounced than in other bitters.
Barleywines are the strongest flavored of all the English style ales. Traditionally dark in color, barleywines can now range from pale to opaque. The flavor is usually that of a malty delivery with a sweet alcoholic, malty finish. A beer to be savored like a port wine, in small amounts before or after dinner or in front of a fireplace on a cold winter night with the one you love. Served in 8 oz. glasses only.
Cask Conditioned Ales
(Served every Friday at 5 P.M.) Cask conditioned ales are the purest form of English beer. Fermentation is completed & the beer is transferred to a “cask” where secondary fermentation is achieved by adding beer in “high krausen” as well as additional hops. The result being a softer, gentler beer with fuller flavor that isn’t masked by a high level of carbonation or cold temperature. The beer is served at approximately 48-52 degrees. The most civilized of beers.