In mountaineering, planning and hard work gives way to amazing summits. So too with brewing beer. We started with a Northwest IPA and added a healthy addition of rye. Then let a traditional Belgian yeast be our Sherpa to carry this beer over the top.
A medium-bodied beer, this amber ale is brewed with a balance of toasted and caramel malts, along with distinct citrusy and floral hops. We’ve created a beer that is easy to pair with a variety of foods while being tasty on its own.
We love to refer to Fuzzy Buddy as “the IPA evangelist.” It’s been embraced by traditional IPA drinkers, but has converted those who’ve been afraid of the hyper-bitter IPAs that are typically seen in imperial IPAs. It carries a beautiful red color and creates a perfect harmony between wonderful floral aroma hops and malt. All to say, Fuzzy Buddy is a wonderful beer experience. It’s large enough to be categorized as a triple, but friendly enough to be enjoyed by a variety of beer drinkers.
Toasted Snowman is lovingly referred to as “Christmas in a glass.” Brewed with a sweet backbone, coupled with holiday spices of nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger, to deliver a wonderfully dark ale with a rich warming finish. Following the style of English Old Ales, the beer is subtly hopped and partnered with a classic, clean English yeast. Like most winter warmers, Toasted Snowman is higher in alcohol, sitting just below a traditional barley wine. It warms you from the inside out and makes those cold winter nights just a little warmer.
We wanted an IPA that would be flavorful, yet still be light and refreshing to drink on a hot day after you mowed the lawn. The result: Aurora Beerialis. It’s refreshing, yet full-flavored. Aurora Beerialis flexes its muscles well in the competitive IPA market. We’ve been drinking it for years, and can’t wait to pour a pint for you!
Dark, rich and creamy. It's like drinking chocolate mousse. Lactose and oatmeal give a creamy texture to this full bodied stout that is finished off by aging on a healthy portion of cocoa nibs.