Bon Hiver

Monday, May 15th, 2017 by

“Good winter”

Filled with spices and warming alcohol, this malt-forward Christmas ale will keep you toasty all winter long.

Lily the Pink

Friday, April 8th, 2016 by

We’ll drink a drink, a drink
To Lily the pink, the pink, the pink
The savior of the human race
She invented medicinal compound
Most efficacious in every case

An American wheat beer with a secondary fermentation on hibiscus and fresh raspberries, this beer is a tribute to the legacy of Lydia E. Pinkham and her alcoholic Vegetable Compound.

Old Concoction 2016

Friday, April 8th, 2016 by

Thick as thieves, black as coke.

Brewed with an intoxicating blend of herbs instead of hops, and rounded out with plenty of smooth chocolate, this high gravity stout defies traditional genres for a peek into history. Gruit ales were ales brewed with a mixture of herbs and spices called gruit before hops became the prominent bittering ingredient. This beer is everything you love about an imperial stout, taken to a whole new level.

Convergence Zone

Tuesday, March 29th, 2016 by

Uniquely Northwest

A meld of flavors, this dark beer features light chocolate notes, dank, citrusy Northwest hops, and most prominently, the piney, citrusy notes of a generous addition of fresh spruce tips.

Eila’s Old Black

Friday, February 12th, 2016 by

Black. Thick. Rich. Complex.

This beer defies classification. Call it a black barleywine, call it a Belgian dark strong, call it an imperial stout, call it a majority ale, but it’s a bit of them all. Brewed with dark malts, this high gravity ale is fermented with a Belgian yeast strain and aged on oak for a complex, sweet, dessert beer that will surely please the palate.

We call it a majority ale because it’s designed to age for up to 21 years, the age of majority. This first release was brewed to celebrate the birth of Ben’s daughter, in hopes that she will be able to enjoy a bottle when she turns 21.

This limited release beer is brewed once a year in the fall and only gets better with age.

Old Black 2015

Sunday, November 8th, 2015 by

Black. Thick. Rich. Complex.

This beer defies classification. Call it a black barleywine, call it a Belgian dark strong, call it an imperial stout, call it a majority ale, but it’s a bit of them all. Brewed with dark malts, this high gravity ale is fermented with a Belgian yeast strain and aged on oak for a complex, sweet, dessert beer that will surely please the palate.

We call it a majority ale because it’s designed to age for up to 21 years, the age of majority. First brewed to celebrate the birth of Ben’s daughter, this limited release beer is brewed once a year in the fall and only gets better with age.