Deadly Rhythm® creates a graceful balance between Pacific Northwest hops and a blend of American and English malts. Floral and fruity hop aromas provide the introduction to the lightly toasted malt backbone of this beer. This American pale ale finishes dry with a smooth but lingering bitterness.
American two row barley and malted rye provide the canvas for pungent Amarillo and Simcoe hops to mingle with our house Saison yeast. Notes of grapefruit, peach, and bubblegum dance out of the glass and mellow into a refreshingly tart, dry finish.
2016 World Beer Cup℠: Bronze (American-Belgo-Style Ale)
2015 Great American Beer Festival®: Bronze (American-Belgo-Style Ale)
Red Molly®‘s rich character starts with a foundation of authentic Irish Ale malt. Cherry notes and a slight residual sweetness come from Crystal and Munich malts, with a touch of chocolate wheat. A clean bitterness, courtesy of mild British hops, balances the malt complexity and results in a flavorful and refreshing pint.
2019 Great American Beer Festival®: Bronze (Irish-Style Red Ale)
2018 Virginia Craft Beer Cup: First Place (Irish Beer)
2016 Virginia Beer Cup: Second Place (Irish Red Ale)
2016 World Beer Cup℠: Bronze (Irish-Style Red Ale)
Saving Grace is based on the farmhouse beers Trappist monks used to brew for sustenance, allowing them to continue to work during the day. This rustic table beer is brewed with Pilsner malt, Czech Saaz hops, and our house Saison yeast to provide a satisfying end to a long day of hard work.
Lucille™ is an oatmeal stout brewed with heaps of oat flakes for a full-bodied, silky-smooth mouthfeel and rich malty flavor. English Maris Otter is blended with dark crystal, chocolate and roasted malts, showing off notes of roasted coffee beans, dark chocolate and toasted bread.
Savor a pint of Loop & Lil™, a Belgian Tripel seeded with the flavors of orange peel and coriander. Saaz and Northern Brewer hops unite with a varied malt bill that includes Pilsner and aromatic malts. The result is a fine-tuned balance of spicy citrus and earthy herbal flavors. If you needed a reason to try this flight of Pale Fire fancy, our Belgian beauty gives you many.
Journal Entry: They need boxes. Pit fruit, black pepper, & hints of smoke. Too dark for their precarious comfort. They look up and shout “Tell us how to label this!” I look down and whisper, “No.”
Inviting the ghosts of the evening, Night Echo drifts from layers of spicy, caramel rye and roasted malts into the increasing complexities of Amarillo and Mosaic hops. Dreams drift into wakefulness, blurring perception.
It’s a well known fact that there’s a not-so-secret society of the coolest brewers in the ‘Burg who have conspired on a celebratory biere de garde for Pale Fire’s 5th Anniversary known as, The Pentaverate.
What’s in this Pentaverate? Saison yeast, orange peel, Cenntennial and Northern Brewer hops, and enough honey to make you crave it constantly.