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chocolate valdez (pisgah) 6.5% - Black mountain, north carolina
This Valdez variant was aged on raw cocoa nibs from local chocolatier French broad Chocolate Lounge to give this rich stout a smooth finish and rounded flavors.
hoppy sour: amarillo (almanac) 6.8% - San francisco, california
Sour blonde ale aged in oak barrels and dry-hopped with Amarillo.
oberon (Bell's) 5.8% - galesburg, Michigan
Bell's Oberon is a wheat ale fermented with Bell's signature house ale yeast, mixing a spicy hop character with mildly fruity aromas. The addition of wheat malt lends a smooth mouthfeel, making it a classic summer beer.
what she's having (wooden robot) 8.5% - Charlotte, north carolina
Double IPA with a rotation of different hops.
windowpane series: chocolate (mother earth) 8.7% - kinston, north carolina
This Windowpane is an imperial oatmeal porter brewed using cocoa nibs from Videri Chocolate Factory in Raleigh, NC, and aged in oak whiskey barrels for three months.
Anticipate aromatics of chocolate, nuts and oak, with a bitter chocolate body mellowing into sweet vanilla notes in the finish.
samoan blonde (noDa) 4.9% - charlotte, north carolina
This week's NoDable is the first of our cookie-inspired series! It is a 4.9% ABV, 20 IBU American Blonde Ale. Brewed with roasted coconut and cocoa nibs, this beer has strong coconut and chocolate character and the aroma is almost porter-like.
Oarsman Ale (Bell's) 4.0% - Galesburg, Michigan
First brewed in 2008 at our original brewery in downtown Kalamazoo, Oarsman Ale grew out of our desire to explore the tradition of session beers and to create a unique, flavorful experience for everyone, no matter what the occasion.
Tart and refreshing, this sessionable, bright Wheat Ale exudes citrus and lemony aromas from Cascade hops and trades sour intensity for finesse. A perfect companion for any occasion, Oarsman Ale is a beer based in tradition, but with that distinctive Bell’s twist.
A perfect beer to compliment any menu.
ripper pale ale (stone) 5.7% - san diego, california
When it came to creating Ripper, we drew inspiration from the coastal surf cultures of SoCal and Oz. Sourcing classic Cascade from the Pacific Northwest and Australian Galaxy hops from…yes…Australia, we made a beer both lovers of frothy peaks and hoppy green buds will be stoked about. At the same time, we stayed true to our San Diego roots by pushing the hop boundaries of this style. While some might think it lingers on an edge far closer to an IPA, with all the dry-hop flavor and aroma, it’s actually right in line with the current-day interpretation of a West Coast pale. Ours just so happens to have an Aussie accent that’s cascading with a juicy amount of grapefruit and passion fruit hoppiness. So veg out or venture out. Either way, rip one open and taste this awesome golden nectar!
i speak the language of television (evil twin) 7.0% - brooklyn, new york
IPA featuring Falconers Flight and Citra Lupulin Powder hops.
Green Tea kolsch (noDa) 5.2% - charlotte, north carolina
Kolsch with Green Tea and Lemon.
*All descriptions were used from Brewer's official website*