Lupulin Rodeo IPA is part of our commitment to the excessive usage of hops! Blending 6 of our favorite varieties together to create a beer with a rich, grapefruit pith dankness and a juicy, tropical finish.
Lupulin Rodeo pours a hazy golden color with a thick, rich foam head. Flavors and aromas of stone fruit, tropical fruit, orange juice and dank spring forward with every sip accentuated by a soft mouthfeel and smooth finish.
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Haze County is our first year round double IPA! There are many different ways to approach a double IPA, but we chose to take the simple route: lots of hops. A mix of multiple Yakima Valley hops delivers a complex blend of tropical fruit, stone fruit and just a hint of earthy dankness. This delivers an experience that can only be found in the deliberate and expressive usage of hops.
Pours a beautiful golden hue with a firm, lasting white head. Notes of stone fruit, juicy citrus, grapefruit pith and an earthy dankness blend with just a hint of alcohol sweetness.
Pairs with dried meats, grilled salmon and a chocolate caramel cheesecake.
Zoe is brewed in a mildly traditional manner, very similar to many of the German lagers of the old world but dry-hopped to add an extra layer of complexity. This beer is based on pale and Vienna malts, light to golden in color with a beautiful white layer of foam resting on top, constantly delivering floral and citrus dry-hop aromatics with every sip. Zoe is meant to be paired with, well, life! With notes of lightly toasted bread, floral hops and an incredibly smooth finish we hope that Zoe is everything that you’ve been searching for in a pale lager.
Zoe pours straw golden with a nice, fluffy white head. As your nose nears the glass you'll instantly be taken to a land of citrus, lemons, and lightly toasted bread. A soft bitterness helps round things out. Perfect for sun, rain and the ‘75 Dead show at Winterland Arena.
Pouring at 47 degrees into a traditional pilsner glass will help to open up the hop aromatics. Best with four more, a nice big bowl of greens and a healthy cut of seafood.
A Pale Mosaic is our American style IPA showcasing a fairly new hop variety called Mosaic. The beer begins with a base of German Pale Ale and Vienna malts, and is brewed for a light, crisp malt body. We use Oregon grown hops for bittering, targeting 45 IBU’s, and follow that up with a hefty whirlpool addition. Finally we dry-hop with Mosaic, Citra and Nugget to deliver a beer that is clean and complex with notes of pine resin, grapefruit pith and blueberries.
A Pale Mosaic pours a crisp golden hue with a rich white foam head. You will experience aromas of pine trees, grapefruit pith, tropical fruit. It has an herbal complexity that’s sure to make you pat yourself on the back.
Keep it classy with a nonic pint glass served at 45 degrees. A Pale Mosaic pairs well with cedar plank salmon, spicy guacamole and bouncing 'round the room.