We announced them briefly a month ago, but they’re here!
While Gentlemen’s Preference slowly gets phased out for the summer, we have a few new treats for you to enjoy during the hot summery months of North Carolina:
The summer replacement for Queen Anne’s Revenge. This copper-colored beer is a blend of three different styles: Roasted Barley and Carmel Munich malt give it its color and light biscuity, malty body, bitterness are derived from German and French hops, and its bright citrusy bite is provided by a generous dosing of Summit hops. Fermented with Belgian Abbey yeast. Out now, and available in growlers!
Our version of this Australian take on British Ordinary Bitter, with a light, malty body, a huge dose of carbonation, and the bright, citrusy finish of Pacific Jade hops. Available starting this week!
A dry farmhouse ale. The primary character of this beer is from our own proprietary saison yeast: apple and pear flavors blend with spicy phenolics, classic Belgian yeast bubblegum flavors and the unmistakable pepperiness of rye for a truly refreshing summer beer. Available starting next week!
Langhorne, Rye Wit
Like any other Belgian-style wit except we use rye instead of wheat, and a spice blend of blood orange, rose hips, and hibiscus flowers instead of coriander. In other words, not like any other Belgian-style wit.