A weekly roundup of local and craft beer that can be found around the area on tap, in bottles, or in cans. These are not beer reviews and should be used for entertainment purposes only.
Barnacle Bill’s: 5.7% A malt-lovers dream, this beer is roasty and toasty with a delicate nuttiness. Semi-sweet chocolate arrives on the palate and light-roast coffee is on the finish. All the flavor of a stout, but light enough for warm summer months.
Condor Pilsner: 4.5% Brewed in the authentic old-world style with European malts and lots of Hallertau hops, this refreshing Czech pilsner is bright and punchy with a brisk finish. Think light beer doesn’t have any flavor? Czech again.
JP’s Pilsner: 5.5% Czech-style Pilsner brewed with traditional Saaz hops. A light and refreshing lager to enjoy on the Front Porch.
Kitten Biscuit: 8% It’s baaaa-aaack This New England-style double IPA is brewed with lactose to create the juice bomb of your dreams.
Wailele: 5.5% Makai kept it simple with a single malt (vienna) and single hop (cascade) for this incredibly easy drinking pale ale. Wailele is hawaiian for waterfall, or otherwise known as a cascade.
Lemonted Addition: 4.7% Session IPA aged with lemon zest. The aroma and flavor are a balance between the dominant centennial piney notes and a very refreshing lemon finish.