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.
Rhubarb Ginger Saison: 6.6% A refreshing take on their house saison, this iteration features earthy rhubarb and bright, zippy ginger.
Apple Pie Honey Lager: 6.1% Caramelized apples and spice make this the definition of dessert in a glass!
St. Stan’s Baltic Porter: 8% From the brewery: The perfect fall pour comes from Poland, where Slavic brewmasters adopted the dark art of London porter, but refined it with German lager techniques, creating a sweet, smooth, less burnt-tasting dark beer. It’s a heavenly balance of milk chocolatey malts with crisp noble hops, perfect for the cooling weather.
Weather Permitting: 6.4% From the brewery: This cherry lime sour exhibits a pleasant tartness that is complemented with copious amounts of fruit.
To Be Awake: 7.4% From the brewery: A double-ish stout with chocolate and coffee twice and a heaping dose of oats. Sweet mocha in this piece.
A Wee in the Woods: 9.5% From Head Brewer Dani, “our classic wee heavy lovingly aged for 9 months in first use Woodford reserve whiskey barrels. Delicate notes of raising and plum shine through an oaky finish that sips a fine whiskey.”