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.
Hey Zay: 6.7% A New England IPA bursting with juicy goodness. This full-bodied beer is double dry hopped with Citra, El Dorado, and Mosaic.
Humuhumunukunukuapua’a Pale Ale: 5.8% Whatcha know ’bout Mosaic hops? Take a few sips and get to learning. All Mosaic in the kettle and dry hop for this American Pale.
.50 Ca. Kolsch: 5% ABV 25 IBUs A great light summer beer.
Bourbon Barrel Aged Baltic Porter: 8.1% This bourbon-aged black beauty completely redefines the flavors of a lager: dark and smooth after 8 months in an Elijah Craig barrel, with overtones of coffee and caramel, and a big coconut and bourbon hit.
Governable Parachutes: 4.8% Blurring the lines between an IPA and a traditional German lager, Governable Parachutes is hazy and golden with a very restrained bitterness and an unmistakably IPA-driven nose. Showcasing its bright hoppy notes of creamsicle, peaches and lime zest along side its more lager-driven characteristics including a hint of fresh grain in the aroma, a crisp mouthfeel and smooth refreshing finish. Now available in 16oz cans!
Soggy Purple: 5.4% This draft-only release is a mixed fermentation Berliner style aged on a second fermentation with raspberries.