Our new brew Brut IPA brewed in collaboration with Iron Hill and Flying Fish. The beer is a clean, dry IPA dry-hopped with Hallertau and Nelson Sauvin hops. 6.8% abv.
Imprint Beer (Montco)
Exactly what it sounds like. 11% abv.
Tin Lizard (Montco)
This heavenly, hazy New England IPA was brewed with pilsner, pale wheat and honey malt, loaded with flaked oats. Generously hopped and double dry-hopped with Columbus, Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe. A collaboration with guest brewer, Joel Piazza, from Main Line Brewers Association. 6.9% abv.
Lost Tavern (Lehigh Valley)
Bourbon Barrel Russian Imperial Stout, with 2 variants: Coffee and Maple Bourbon with Vanilla. 9.8% abv.
Kelly Green (Jersey)
The holiday edition of our Jelly series is an imperial smoothie sour brewed with lactose, vanilla, graham crackers, conditioned atop loads of cranberries and apples. We stepped our game up on this one and made the body bigger, the fruit more in your face and as tart as ever. 9% abv.
Double Nickel (Jersey)
Extra crisp and dry, bubbling with notes and aromas of orange, peach, grapefruit and mango thanks to the double dose of Azacca and Amarillo.
Moss Mill (Montco)
Brewed with Shadybrook Farms, this collaboration beer uses apples straight from their orchard to create the perfect caramel apple beer. Apple and cinnamon in the nose, meld with wonderful bready and caramel flavors for a beer you’re sure to enjoy all season long. 6.6% abv.
Locust Lane (Chesco)
With a dark mahogany color and medium body, this ale starts with an alluring aroma of pine mixed with a refreshing kick of peppermint contributed by the melted candy canes and spruce tips used in the brewing process. The Munich, honey and chocolate malts provide a smooth texture with warming sensations through each sip. A beer that is Kris Kringle-approved. 5% abv.
Hidden River/Bonn Place
A big and beautiful Imperial Stout, aged in Social Still Distillery Rum and Bourbon Barrels and conditioned with coffee from Monocacy Coffee Co. It’s a collaboration that truly features the amazing flavors of Bethlehem! 10.5% abv.
Free Will (Buxco)
Remember when Jordan Catalano enlisted Brian Krakow to write a love letter to Angela Chase and it made everyone’s heart swoon? Well DDH Love Letter From the 90s is like that, but better because it’s real life, not just so-called life. This Imperial India Cream Ale was brewed with oats, milk sugar, and Bloody Butcher corn from Castle Valley Mill (Doylestown, and then double dry-hopped with Galaxy, Mosaic and Citra, creating a juicy, fruity, totally bodacious hazy, hop-bomb. Prominent notes of tangerine, clementine, passion fruit, dried mango and papaya will make you crush so hard you’ll feel inspired to write a love letter of your own. 7.2% abv.