Dark, bold, and robust. Our Imperial Stout goes against the grain from the common spring and summer selections by bringing you a rich and roasty alternative. Clocking in at 8.28% ABV, this stout has a full mouthfeel, and a slight boozy burn balanced by coffee undertones.
Our Session IPA features Citra and Mosaic hops paired with a light bodied malt bill, making it easily crushable. Perfect for your next 18 holes, or just an afternoon session.
Our Brown Ale is a toasty beer featuring Fuggle and Mt. Hood hops with a touch of pine nuts. This is the first beer recipe brewed by Bryan Bobo, our new new head brewer.
Our 828 Imperial Stout recipe dosed with cold brew coffee.
This bold IPA showcases a balanced malty backbone and fruity aromas. Centennial hops provide a touch of pine and grapefruit. At 7.3%, it is sure to warm up even the coldest of hearts.
We decided we enjoyed the view of the Smoky Mountains so much that we’d brew it into a beer. Flaked wheat and oats give this IPA its haze, while a double serving of dry hops lends a bold citrus aroma. Perfect in any season, just like the Smokies.
This refreshingly tart gose is ready for spring. Mangose has sea salt and coriander added to the boil and mangos added during fermentation, leaving a pleasant stone fruit finish.
This German-inspired black Lager is very smooth with a light, roasty finish. Despite its dark appearance, it has an extremely light body from a long, cold hibernation in the tank.
What to call this one? We just couldn't decide. Deep and dark with reddish undertones, this Porter is somewhat sweet, maltier, and a more chocolate version of a traditional English Porter.
The scent of peaches and white grapes tickling your nose? That's from the sprinkling of Azacca hops added at the end of the boil. The pure mountain spring water used to brew this Lager gives it a clean, crisp taste, sure to quench your thirst after a hard day's hike.