Using a simple grist and a favorite Belgian yeast strain, Prism is an ongoing series showcasing different hop varietals. Prism: Mosaic showcases flavors of pineapple, blueberries and mango that complement the classic yeast profile. 5.5%
Tiramisu-style Stout brewed with our best buds 2nd Shift Brewing! Inspired by the classic Italian dessert from The Hill where 2nd Shift calls home, Intentionally Indulgent was fermented on top of luscious chocolate sauce and steeped on cocoa nibs, vanilla beans & Sump Colombian coffee beans. 11.5%
Devil's Heart of Gold wheatwine is built on a massive yet simple foundation of American two-row barley and white wheat. We boil the wort for 3-1/2 hours in our direct-fired kettle to allow Maillard reactions to develop, lending unique caramelized notes to the wort. It is then fermented with a classic English ale yeast in stainless steel before being laid to rest for 15 to 21 months in Rittenhouse Rye whiskey barrels. This process allows our already decadent beer the opportunity to smooth out and take on additional complexity from the oak. The result is a chestnut-hued beer of substantial strength with layers of toffee, maple, and vanilla. Serve cool, but allow the aromas and flavors to develop in the glass around 52-58F.
We took our beloved Cave Torch recipe, and doubled up the hops in it to give you all the OJ y’all deserve. Brewed with Pilsner malt, gobs of Flaked Wheat and a touch of Chilean grown Vienna malt, we ferment it on top of over 3lbs/gallon of mandarin orange purée. Finally a double dose of New Zealand grown Wakatu, Citra and Amarillo brings back memories of eating Tang powder out of the pantry, Orange Julius and that time you got lost in a cave and your headlamp burned out. Grab a Torch and let it guide the way.
Fruits of Labor is a new series of fruited foeder-aged mixed fermentation beer. First aged for many months in one of our large format French Oak foeders, we then move the mature beer into stainless steel on top of a massive amount of fruit. This series will be a way to experiment with different fruiting combinations and flavors with this iteration featuring blackberries and raspberries.