Ambient envelopes from all sides, surrounding you with pure and natural energy, light and sound. The light source in this particular can erupted from ruby fruit combustion on a sunny day. Bushels of blackberry, boysenberry, black currant, and sweet cherry will blossom across your taste buds between layers of lactose and refreshing tart hoppiness. This fruited sour IPA combines a spectrum of flavors into a balanced liquid light source of Ambient energy. Contains lactose. Hops: Mosaic, Simcoe, Citra. 7% abv.
Sage Alley (Lehigh Valley)
American Light Lager brewed with corn and a subtle amount of hops for a crisp refreshing flavored beer you can crush all day. 3.9% abv.
Suburban Brewing (Chesco)
Hazy and hopped with Citra, Mosaic and Simcoe it’s bound to brighten your weekend. 6% abv.
Classy casual is someone who wears sneakers to dinner or a tuxedo shirt to a party. Somehow that person still looks classy as anything, is up for anything and the person you want to be around. There’s another way of being classy casual – while holding any beer that is classified as a Belgian. Belgian dubbel is a complex mixture of dark fruits and specialty malts that goes down nicely and gives you that classy casual feeling we all crave. 6.5% abv.
Our second single-hop New England double IPA. Same soft creamy grain bill as Star Command but this time we used huge doses of the unmistakable Citra hop throughout the process. The nose on this one is as intense as the flavor. Notes of citrus and tropical fruits. 8.5% abv.
A crisp, classic take on one of our favorite styles. Full of citrus, caramel and hop character. 5.5% abv.
Pottstown United (Montco)
Traditionally brewed March lager that is unfiltered and crystal clear, with notes of biscuit and light chocolate. 6.1% abv.
Double Nickel (Jersey)
A crushable double dry-hopped hazy pale ale. Generously dry-hopped with Idaho 7 and Citra this hazy pale is bursting with refreshing notes and aromas of orange, mango, pineapple, apricot and citrus. 5.8% abv.
Hollow Earth (Chesco)
This beer has bright tropical fruit and citrus notes up front that are met with a comparable nose. Brewed with Nelson, Motueka and Mosaic hops, we were able to create a smooth but rich flavor. Lancaster wild flower honey gives this beer a semi-sweet taste, and a partial rye build gives it a semi-dry bite. We’re especially proud of how this brew turned out, it is undeniably delicious. 7.2% abv.
Weyerbacher (Lehigh Valley)
This barrel-aged coffee beast is jacked up on gratuitous amounts of cocoa nibs, cocoa powder, lactose and unrefined sea salt. Lots of roast and dark chocolate play along nicely with bourbon, coffee and vanilla. The lactose helps balance things out and the sea salt adds a layer of smooth salinity that ties it all up. 12.7% abv.
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