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(Imperial IPA): Named for a dreaded gelding “implement,” this all-malt IIPA uses German pale malts plus some Caravienne and Aromatic grains adding subtle esters and color, we have flavored with Falconer’s Flight hops plus various American and New Zealand hops in the aroma. ABV: 8.6 IBU: 90.
(“New Zealand” India Pale Ale): Named for a feral horse, Kaimanawa is brewed with premium 2-Row malts & 15% wheat malt for a golden-hued presentation. Why “New Zealand”? All of our hops come from Kiwi-country. ABV: 6.5 IBU: 75.
Georgia Grande (Summer)
(“Imperial” Ginger-Peach Hefeweizen): Brewed using White Wheat and Pilsner malts, Georgia Grande is infused in secondary fermentation with fresh ginger root and peaches. Experience the peach tartness with underlying essence of ginger and clove. ABV: 6.7 IBU: 14.
Black Beauty (Late-Summer/Fall)
(Smoked Porter): Brewed with a traditional base plus 5 specialty malts, to which we have added 20% Hickory-smoked malts and a touch of molasses. Fermented with an American yeast. ABV: 6.0 IBU: 25.
(Premium Bitter): British-style pub beer fermented with American yeast. Low hop levels belie a flavorful brew. ABV: 5.5 IBU: 32.
(Dunkelweizen): A dark wheat beer brewed with genuine German grains, hops, and yeast leaving hints of clove and banana. The closest we get to a session beer. ABV: 5.0 IBU: 22.
(Irish Extra Stout): Described by Pliny the Elder as a beast with a head like a bull and horns that curl in, its real weapon is its dung which it “hurls” up to 2 acres in self-defense. ABV: 7.1 IBU: 35.
Kentucky Mountain (Late-Fall)
(Barrel-aged Old Ale) Brewed with British malts, roasted and smoked, American Hops, and an English Yeast, we age this one for months in Bourbon barrels. ABV: 10.0+ IBU: 30
Saddle Bags (Fall/Late-Fall)
(American Brown Ale) A “Harvest Ale,” campfire-drinking beer with a touch of smoke and green Centennial hops. Hops are harvested, shipped, and brewed with all in the same week; the key to this beer is its fresh off-the-vine character. Brewed and served with determination to focus on the brew’s freshness. ABV: 7.0 IBU: 70.
Brown Beauty (Late-Fall)
(English Brown Ale): Brewed with real Pumpkin & Spices. Pumpkin pie anyone? ABV: 6.1 IBU: 15.
Christmas Stallion (Winter)
(Old Ale): Holiday beer brewed using an un-godly array of malts (meaning they are all lying around waiting to be used in the brewery), real figs and dates, a combination of English and Belgian yeasts for a subtle level of funkiness, and underlying star anise and licorice esters. ABV: 9.2 IBU: 32.
(American Scotch Ale”): Loads and loads
of traditional British malts, mashed at a higher temperature to result in
bigger, maltier brew, with a slight touch of smoked malt for character. ABV:
9.4 IBU: 20.
Roger Leo (Winter)
(American India Pale Ale): Named after George Washington’s horse at Valley Forge in 1777-1778, Roger Leo is mashed nearly identical with Walkaloosa’s three malts and plenty of Centennial hops in the flavor and aroma. ABV: 7.5 IBU: 106.
(American Barleywine): In the presence of an un-godly amount of American and Caramel malts, you will be shocked to see its balance. ABV: 11.0 IBU: 62.
(Extra Special Bitter): Brewed with a healthy combination of English malts, Admiral, Challenger, and Kent Goldings hops, and three different English yeast strains. ABV: 6.6 IBU: 36.
(Irish Red Ale): Brewed using 3 crystal malts, Munich, and CaraBrown and English-focused hops, Ballymoss is an Irish Thoroughbred. ABV: 5.8 IBU: 26.
(Oatmeal Stout): To British & U.S. malts we add mellow Pacific Northwest hops, an English yeast, plus Maple Syrup & Brown Sugar. A traditional stout brewed with childhood memories of breakfast in a glass. ABV: 5.5 IBU: 26.