This massive and deep black RIS contains waves of chocolate, coffee, cherry, raisin and toffee, plus a non-traditional dose of aromatic hops.
Belgian Tripel with a fruity nose and a fiery taste with flavors of pie crust, orange zest and apricots.
This Belgian Lambic has a gorgeous red color, sweet and tart aromas and a rich, raspberry flavor that is both refreshing and highly drinkable.
A farmhouse ale aged in wine barrels with peaches. The result is bright fruit notes in a soft, hazy body that finishes slightly tart and sweet with the pleasant character of ripe, juicy peaches.
A wood-aged, sour brown ale that rests 1-3 years in French oak barrels making it slightly different each year; notes of sour apple, a dry effervescence and earthy undertones.
Le Terroir meaning "of the earth". Gigantic wooden vats play the role of le terroir and give this beer a tart complexity. Then it's dry hopped with mango-like Amarillo hops.