This is a fun and easy beer. It has easily-recognizable flavors, can mask minor faults, and is easy to get right. Brew it up just before the holidays, enjoy through the snowy winter months, and share with your homebrew and craft beer skeptic friends!
A dynamic American pale ale with developed malt and hops characteristics.
A clean and simple dry-hopped pale ale designed by TRVE Head Brewer Zach Coleman.
This should be a good “transitional” pale stout! More amber than gold, it’s still far lighter than a proper “dark” stout and still has the complex roast we expect and the creamy mouthfeel that we deserve.
Australian sparkling ales needed a little something to brighten them up, and along it came: fun, funky, “Down Under” hops. With some creative hopping, these are worth your time.
Sourtooth Tiger is a barrel-aged golden sour with dried ginger root. It’s ginger- forward, and the acidity brings a bright, spicy freshness to this aged beer.
The one that started a trend. The Brut IPA from San Francisco's Social Kitchen and Brewery.
Spiced with lemon peel and ginger, this beer is a clean, crisp Belgian-style tripel with complex, fruity, and spicy aromatics and flavor.
A rich and malty, brown elixir that spawned Kettlehouse Brewing's best seller Cold Smoke® Scotch Ale
Session IPA isn't just a question of reducing the gravity (although that's one way to go, and we will be): it's a question of generating a lot of flavor from hops and finding light ways to balance those flavors.