Something In the Water
Brewed with a large percentage of spelt, an ancient heirloom wheat, we created a Lagerbier with a New School dry hop of Citra, Simcoe, and Mosaic and a firm, but pleasantly dry, bitterness.
A delicate lagerbier like Helles is a favorite of ours to drink anytime because of its infinite drinkability and nuanced flavor. It’s a passion project for us. Brewed 8 weeks ago, we spend a lot of time to make these beers, with this batch lagering for 6 weeks until we thought it was just right! Using all German ingredients, except for the water, each batch is a baby step towards recreating what we’ve experienced in Munich.
Imperial Russian Stout
Look, we're sorry. Honestly. We made this IRS and liked the flavor so much that we didn't end up adding any marshmallows, maple syrup, toasted nuts, cocoa nibs or even a kiss of single origin coffee from a small farm out of Brazil. We love throwing the kitchen sink into a brew as much as anyone else, but every once in a while it's nice to sit back and appreciate what the four ingredients can do together. Made with only 3 English malts from Simpsons Maltings: Maris Otter, Caramel Malt and Chocolate Malt, some Columbus hops for bittering and some neutral California Ale yeast. The result: big and chewy body, with dark cocoa and toffee-like flavors popping through. Bitterness is medium-high with a pleasant linger in the finish.
West Coast IPA
Our World Beer Cup Silver Medal winning West Coast IPA that celebrates the love we have for our beloved mascot, Cheeky! Layered with Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe for a radiantly clear IPA.
West In Peace w/Simcoe
West Coast DIPA
By now, we all know that West Coast IPA is officially dead. So it is with a heavy heart that we now commemorate its death with this West Coast Imperial IPA. Clear, bitter, and this time dry hopped with 100% Simcoe.
We zest beautiful grapefruits from Sunny Cal Farms, muddle with sugar (to extract the flavorful oils) and then mix that into the beer with fresh grapefruit juice. It’s light, refreshing and oh so nice!
Gose w/ Orange & Spice
A sour German-style wheat beer spiced with housemade Valencia Orange dried peel, Indian Coriander, and then sprinkled with coarse salt. The result has light to medium acidity, with lots of orangy goodness, and lingers with a pleasant hit of salinity. (ps. no caffeine was added)
Belgian For Pale*
BC Hoppy Pale Ale w/Brett
Bottled back in November 2017, this beer gets its depth of flavor from the slow evolution of brettanomyces yeast over the course of months of warm aging. We can taste flavorful layers of leather and pipe tobacco, that play nicely with an orange marmalade kind of character. Highly carbonated, medium bodied with a dry, lingering finish.