Healthy Spirits and the beers they love.
-Pretty Things Fluffy White Rabbits 22oz
‘Hoppy’ Belgian-style Tripel from our fave husband, wife, & bunnies brewing team.
-Pretty Things 1955 Double Brown 22oz
An homage to days gone by: a recreation of Whitbread brewery’s London Brown Ale.
-Iron Springs JC Flyer IPA 22oz
Fairfax’s favorite floral quaff.
-Dogfish Head Black & Blue 750ml
Belgian-style strong golden ale with black raspberry and blueberry puree.
-Coronado Old Scallywag Barrel Aged Barleywine 22oz
Barrel-aged American Barleywine from World Beer Cup Champion Mid-sized Brewer
-Green Flash Road Warrior 4pks
Green Flash’s anti-session ale bucks the trend of light summertime releases with a 9% ABV Imperial Rye IPA.
-21st Amendment Hell or High Watermelon Wheat 6pks
Get your giant watermelon wedge garnish and enjoy the summertime properly!
-Rogue Dirtoir Black Lager 22oz
Award-winning dark lager from Rogue Farm’s GYO (Grow Your Own) Series.
-Rogue New Crustacean 750ml
“Barleywineish Imperial IPA-sorta”. Finally, a brewery correctly puts the dreaded “B” word on their hoppy imperial ale. I’ll give you ninety minutes to guess the other arrogant brewsterds who don’t.
-Cascadia Dry Hard Apple Cider 4pks
“The Pacific Northwest grows more apples than anywhere else in the country, so we make hard cider here. Our ciderworkers use only Cascadia-grown whole apples, never juice from concentrate.”
-Hanssens Oude Gueuze 375ml & 750ml
Lambic blender extraordinaire back on the shelves after being out of stock for some time.
-Fantome Artist No. 1 750ml
Hoppy Belgian farmhouse amber ale with fruity esthers care of the ghostly spirit of Soy.
-Fantome Printemps 750ml
Spiced Belgian farmhouse golden ale celebrates Spring in Soy.
-Brewfist Caterpillar Rye Pale Ale
Pale ale brewed with rye, and hopped with Columbus and Motueka hops.
-Lervig Konrad’s Stout
Norwegia komes korrekt with the oats & roast while making 10.4% ABV disappear.
-Nogne-O/Terrapin GA Imperial Rye Porter
Spike from Georgia goes to Hell and makes a deal with the Kjetil. The dark ale rye-ses and the portering time commences.
Toccalmatto/Prairie Okie Matilde
The gents at Lime Ventures put it best: “A drinkable tribute to the famed Trappist beer Orval, Okie Matilde is the product of a collaboration between the folks at Toccalmatto and Chase Healey of Oklahoma’s own Prairie Artisan Ales.“