Cream ale

5.0% ABV, 15.3 IBU, 2.8 SRM – Cream Ale is a classic American Style that was very popular before prohibition.  This crisp refreshing “lawnmower” beer is a perfect brew for that hot summer day.  Flaked corn is added to impart that creamy flavor. This is a pale, dry and balanced ale.

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India Pale Lager

5.4%ABV, 60.0 IBU, 9.1 SRM - This India Pale Lager (IPL) provides a smooth malty finish balanced with rich, complex hop aromas and flavors, without being overly bitter or strong. It is a blending of the IPA and German Lager styles. This is a medium colored, balanced lager with a distinct and enjoyable hoppiness.


Black ale

6.0% ABV, 45.4 IBU, 39.4 SRM – Our Black Ale is what we call a non-standard American Stout.  It has a distinctly roasted flavor typical to most stouts and some porters.  It is an extremely smooth offering that drinks effortlessly and lends itself to another round.  This is a dark, malty, and slightly sweet ale.



6.0% ABV, 57.3 IBU, 7.4 SRM – India Pale Ales (IPA) were initially developed at the behest of the East India Company as an export to India, and other far flung ports of call.  The added hops acts as a preservative. Our IPA has a pronounced citrus aroma and flavor. A lighter color ale with a dry and bitter finish.



5.0% ABV, 32.7 IBU, 24.1 SRM – Ever had one of those nights?  Well, neither have we… no seriously…  why don’t you believe us? Our Brown Porter is a dark and complex combination of malt flavors.  Sweet, toasty, and nutty with no noticeable hops.

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5.5% ABV, 26.7 IBU, 14.7 SRM – Dragoons were cavalrymen who were a staple of the British Army in the 17th and 18th centuries.  Similarly, our Red Ale is a staple of our beer lineup (and the red color makes us think of British Army Redcoats).  A beautifully simple ale with a deep red color and an easy drinking balanced flavor.



5.5% ABV, 26.7 IBU, 14.7 SRM - German immigrants brought their beer making talents with them to Mexico in the late 19th century. That's also why a lot of Mexican music sounds like polka... This lager has moderate color, a malt forward flavor and finishes dry. The yeast gives that unique "South of the Border" flavor... Prost! Salud! Cheers!

Belgian TRIPEL

8.5% ABV, 40.6 IBU, 5.7 SRM –  The name “Tripel” refers to the brewing process where brewers use up to three times the amount of malt than a standard Belgian Trappist.  Tripels are notorious for having an alcoholic taste, but the best crafted ones hide this character quite deceivingly, making a great sipping beer.  Our Tripel is a big bright yellow beer, and we feel we’ve masked the alcoholic taste quite well in a sweet malty body.

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6.9% ABV, 93.1 IBU, 14.9 SRM – Red IPA's are a fairly new style phenomenon.  They combine the ever favorite Amber/Red and IPA styles of beer to create something awesome.  The beautiful red color and maltiness of this beer is combined with Citra and Simcoe hops to balance the flavor and create a wonderful nose.   


Paradoxical rye porter

8.1% ABV, 51.8 IBU, 38.6 SRM –  Most Rye beers only have about 10% Rye in the grain bill and most brewers would consider it absurd to use a higher percentage because Rye malt is much harder to work with than Barley malt.  We brew Paradoxical with 50% Rye. The standard porter notes of Toasty, Roasty, with a hint of smoke are present and blend well with the abundant spiciness of the Rye. The Rye also helps this beer to finish dry, despite the heavy malts.

Sassymouth cherry berliner weisse

3.5% ABV, 7.7 IBU, 2.3 SRM.  This is a low ABV sour with a very tart mouth-feel and a subtle cherry layer.  The wheat comes through nicely in the finish. Enjoy!



5.7% ABV, 15.8 IBU, 19.6 SRM –  The literal translation of Dunkelweizen is “Dark Wheat Beer”.  This German style is a cousin of the more common Hefeweizen style.  Dunkel’s have the same banana and clove finish you’d expect from a Hefe combined with a darker malt profile.  The result is a classic easy drinking style that will make you feel like you’re sunbathing on the shore of the Rhine.  Prost!