Edited 3/6/19 to note collaborative efforts by Ten7 and Well Crafted.
Iron Hill (All Locations)
Brewed with whole-leaf hops, accompanied with undertones of grapefruit, pine and tropical fruit. The pale-yellow IPA is brewed with Columbus, Centennial, Chinook and Simcoe hops to bring out its overwhelming hop flavor. 7.2% abv.
Ten7 & Well Crafted collab (Montco)
A juicy, tart, and incredibly drinkable Brut Double IPA, brewed to be as dry and effervescent as a glass of champagne. Double dry-hopped with Calypso and El Dorado, and conditioned on heaps of ripe raspberry purée. Delightful notes of cherry pie, raspberry smoothies, SweeTarts and pastry dough. 7.7% abv.
Heavy Reel (Jersey)
Huge amounts of Galaxy, Mosaic and Loral give aromas of passionfruit, overripe fruit, and citrus. 7% abv.
Cape May (Jersey)
Black currant, pomegranate and dark cherry smoothie ale. 10% abv.
An imperial wheat ale infused with apricot, coconut and lemon zest. Inspired by all the flavors in the rum drink Trade Winds.
An imperial stout comprised of interstellar cacao powder from planet Ghirardelli, the resulting mouthfeel is absolutely thick, sticky-like brownie batter, then cream-filled with lactose sugar. Will coat your tongue and your wildest dark-chocolate fantasies. 12% abv.
King’s Road (Jersey)
This Champagne-like IPA is well-balanced but leans towards dryness. Whirlpool additions of Hallertau Blanc and Saphir hops impart a white grape and lemon zest profile. The dry hop of Mosaic, Strata and Hallertau Blanc bring the beer full circle with floral, tangerine, and berry notes.
Birthright (Lehigh Valley)
Smooth-bodied wheat beer fermented on healthy amounts of blackberries to give it a slightly sweet/tart finish. 5.2% abv.
Suburban Brewing (Chesco)
A hazy double IPA hopped with Simcoe and Columbus. 7.2% abv.
Crooked Eye (Montco)
Creamy, slightly roasty blonde stout with a hint of chocolate and coffee. 6.2% abv.
Forest & Main (Montco)
An IPA hopped with Moasaic and Eukanot, with notes of citrus groves, Pine Barren sand, orange Circus Peanuts, fucked up bananas and biscuits with jam.
Black pilsner, light in body, dark in color. Slightly sweet and smooth with a hint of roastiness. 5% abv.
An Irish coffee-inspired iteration of Silver Queen, with milk sugar, cold-brewed coffee and whiskey flavor. 5.5% abv.
All we can say is, the amount of hops in this DDH version is far from sensible…go ahead, indulge. 8.5% abv