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Reasonable Voices, Little Stouts & Character Development

This week: a new dry-hopped Pilsner joins our summertime stout, and we discuss the Character Development Series.


Reasonable Voices

Dry-hopped Pilsner

4.8 % abv

Voices is comprised of the finest German Pilsner malt and a blend of Hersbrucker & Tettnanger hops (varieties that are grown in southern Germany and have complex aroma and flavor characteristics). It was then lagered for 6 weeks (without any finings or filtration) before packaging. The end result is crisp and clean, with notes of lemon zest, green tea, white grapes, and fresh herbs.

*You can find Reasonable Voices in the taproom this week, on draft and in cans to-go.


Featherweight Queen

Little Stout w/ coconut and vanilla beans

4.5 % abv

Featherweight is our little summertime stout, brewed with a large portion of flaked oats and conditioned on toasted coconut & Ugandan vanilla beans. The alcohol content is low, but the flavor and mouthfeel is mighty. We taste chocolate ice cream and caramel coconut cookies.

*Featherweight Queen is also available on draft in the taproom and in cans to-go.


Character Development #1

English-style Barleywine

9.5 % abv

Last week, we introduced our first release from the Character Development Series.

This is a collection of beers that receive extended conditioning time in stainless, to develop soft and mature characteristics. #1 is an English-style Barleywine brewed with a blend of UK-grown malted barley and East Kent Goldings hops. This one received a double mash, a long boil, and then many months to naturally-condition in stainless after fermentation (the remainder of this beer is currently aging in a blend of Bourbon barrels).

We taste rich notes of caramelized sugar and dark fruits.

*Character Development #1 is only available on draft in the taproom.


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