Friends Down South

Friends Down South is a 7.6% New England IPA brewed with a base of pilsner malt and copious amounts of oats and spelt. This beer is then hopped in the kettle with New Zealand Wai-iti, Rakau, Motueka and Australian Galaxy. It was then double dry-hopped with dangerous amounts of the aforementioned hops. This beer is our love letter to hops grown in these beautiful countries. Notes of lemon and lime zest, candied oranges, and peach preserves. ($10 for 4-12oz cans)

Glad Hands

Glad Hands is a 5.5% pale ale brewed with pilsner malt, spelt and oats. It is then hopped and heavily dry-hopped with Citra, Mosaic, El Dorado and Simcoe. Massive tropical fruit and pineapple notes in this lovely little beer, with a full and luscious mouth feel. ($10 for 4-12oz cans)

Illusions of Safety

Illusions of Safety is a 6.8% ABV New England IPA brewed with white wheat, flaked oats and pilsner malt. This beer is then hopped in the kettle with exotic Medusa hops, which have a complex aroma of mangos, pineapple, cedar wood and leather. We also included Southern Passion from South Africa, which adds notes of passion fruit, guava and raspberries, and an irresponsible amount of Citra to really take the pineapple and grapefruit into the stratosphere. This beer is then double dry hopped with even more Medusa, Souther Passion and Citra. Together these hops create an alluring hazy IPA with overwhelming notes of pineapple juice, tangerine rinds, and white peach flesh. ($12 for 4-12oz cans)