Blonde ale. A balance of smooth malt and zesty hops.
Lager. A 110 calorie, easy-drinking, crisp, light bodied lager that delivers a clean, malt-driven finish.
American pale ale. A light-medium body and bright citrus hops.
German-style wheat beer. A historic style from Northern Germany, Gose is a slightly sour wheat beer known for hints of coriander and a unique saltiness. For a playful twist on the style, blackberry puree is added to the fermenter.
IPA. Tropical fruit, citrus, and a pale golden body.
German-style pilsner. Crisp, brightly hoppy and full of flavor. At 50 IBUs and featuring Tettnang hops, it’s even hoppier than many pale ales. The German malt helps create a pale golden color and provides a companion to the hops.