A variation of our ‘Brother’ NE IPA. This is double dry hopped with Simcoe and Amarillio and comes in at 6.8% ABV
Our dark, rich porter with a light maple hint and sweetness. Made with fresh, local maple syrup from Three Rivers Sugar Bush
This imperial stout has been aged with vanilla beans, cacao nibs, cinnamon, and roasted habaneros. This Abuela is like most, she will cheer you up and keep you warm! But be warned although she may be sweet, she is a bit spicy and is not for the faint of heart!
This Big Stout weighs in at 9.5% ABV. It it sure to keep you warm on a cool winter day.
Raspberry Milk Stout
Does Grandma know about her? If she does, she will probably like her too. This fun and light twist on a cream ale is kissed with raspberry puree
This Mother is Luscious, and Dark. This full bodied stout has notes of chocolate and coffee.
This easy drinking sessionable IPA hopped with Amarillo, Simcoe, Citra, Centennial gives you everything you want in a big beer but has a smaller ABV to allow you to enjoy several!
This balanced, easy drinking amber ale has a well defined malty characteristic with notes of caramel through your entire sip!
This traditional style ale is blonde in color and finishes smooth, leaving you wanting more of this In-Law!
Notes of vanilla along with coffee give this porter a nice smooth finish. This beer is infused with cold pressed locally roasted coffee from St. Lawrence Valley Roasters Coffee giving you a rush of different sensations having you wonder if you can drink this before noon and saying “Its 5 o’clock somewhere!”
Let’s cut out all of this new aged stuff. This porter stands alone in a crowd and is easy drinking. Notes of chocolate and malt make this beer easy to have a few while relaxing by a fire or spending time with friends.
This New England Style IPA is hopped with Mosaic and Citra giving your palate a rush of a tropical and grapefruit sensation while giving the rest of your body goose bumps! The light bitterness of this IPA has the most notorious non-IPA drinkers hooked, coming back seconds and thirds!