This india pale ale showcases high alpha acid Centennial hops. Look for tangerine, pine, and woody flavors. A crisp caramel body is meant to accentuate the hop profile.
This refined American-style ale showcases chocolate and toasted malt flavors. A mild, earthy dry-hop nose leads to a crisp finish that is approachable for all palates.
A crisp kettle soured, dry hopped American Sour Ale. Expect orange and pineapple tartness up front with lingering mango notes.
The Bitter Warrior is a true working man's beer. The crisp finish follows distinct Marris Otter flavors of sourdough or graham cracker. A session beer indeed at a classic 3.2% ABV.
This dry English stout is our flagship beer. A subtle smokiness overlies deep roasted and chocolate flavors. By the end of the glass you will feel a void and an unmistakable need for more.
Mothers Temptation IPA. This sun-hued ale is unassuming at first glance. Its pleasant pineapple aroma invites a sip that will quickly fill your pallet with crisp grapefruit sweetness. Beware, Citra and Columbus hops tempt you for another, but one is enough.
A collaborative route to flavor exposure with our friend and brewer Chad Quinn. Drink on! Start with tropical fruit and floral aromas, transition through the crux from a sweet candy-like sweetness to an earthy and organic hop flavor, and top out with an assertive and earthy hop finish. A Black Hills classic that brings you back.
A true double pale ale in all respects: double malt in the mash, double hops in th the boil, double dry-hopped in two separate conditioning stages, and aged to perfection for impeccable balance.
To complete our portfolio, this is the strongest and maltiest of the English bitters. A warming mouthfeel ties together the herbal hop character and biscuit/caramel maltiness.
If everyone else jumped off the building, would you? As long as it's into a 20 foot deep pile of Citra hops! This single malt and single hop version of our experimental pale ale series features Marris Otter malts and Citra hops. Ask what's in the Randal, or what a Randal is?
Cascadian Black Ale (CBA). Trendy? Yes. Necessary? Definitely. This beer is in the same family as black IPAs, but slightly more malt driven. The generous bitterness is balanced with the rye and honey malt.
Gravy Irish Stout. (Gray-vee) - Something advantageous or valuable that is received or obtained as a benefit beyond what is due or expected. This is the second wart runnings from our Russian Imperial Stout and definitely earns the name.