Beer

Killer Pear: Pear Cider, 4.2% ABV, 8 SRM - The Pear is naturally Gluten Free. It is light and sweet, and has a taste of ripe pear that finishes tart, not bitter. The Killer pear is popular with wine lovers.

Blonded By Science: Irish Blonde Ale, 5.7% ABV, 38 IBU, 7 SRM - The Blonde is a full body Irish Style Ale with creamy texture, flavors of toast and cereal, and balances well with the fruity, herbal hops.


Belgian Wheat: Witbier, 4.5% ABV, 34 IBU, 4 SRM - The Belgian Wheat is a complex, hazy, smooth Witbier with lots of esters. It finishes with coriander and bitter orange peel.

Red Wasp: Irish Red Ale, 4.75% ABV, 25 IBU, 10 SRM - The Red is smooth with a medium body. It has a complex, sweet, malty flavor and aroma. The sweet grain masks the 25 IBU's so it doesn't finish too bitter.

Kölsch: German/Czech, 5.0% ABV, 34 IBU, 3 SRM - The Kölsch is a crisp, smooth beer with traditional German hops, and a slightly skunky finish. Think green bottle beer.

Honey Porter: Stout/Porter, 5.25% ABV, 32 IBU, 45 SRM - This Porter is black in color and has a sweet, toasty, caramel malt flavor. The blend of Munich malts are mellowed out by the honey and subtle finishing hops. Made with local Leedle Houme Honey

Peach Blonde: Irish Blonde Ale, 5.7% ABV, 38 IBU, 7 SRM - The Peach Blonde is a peached-up version of our Irish Blonde. The sweet peach flavor blends well with the malt profile.

Belgian Saison: Saison, 5.5% ABV, - This farmhouse style ale is light bodied with a faint caramel sweetness and hint of banana with a slightly spicy and peppery background.

Hop's Hard Peach Seltzer: 4.25% ABV - The spiked seltzer is a gluten free option. Natural peach flavor with a clean, crisp taste.

Draft Lemonade Mixer: 4.25% ABV - This is a refreshing alcoholic lemonade that goes down easy. It is sweet and packs some punch.

Upcoming Beers soon to be released: Yippee Ki Ale, 30 Hop 6, Cranberry Apple Cider & More...

ABV – Alcohol by volume

IBU – International Bitterness Unit – A higher number means more bitterness

SRM – Standard Reference Method – A higher number is darker in color