Speak Kindly is a beer to remind us that we are all on this little planet together and a little love goes a long way. Let's not forget to Speak Kindly to one another. This beer is double dry hopped with Citra and Ekuanot.
We have been using coffee in beer for years. What began with Bomb! eventually made an appearance in Okie and Noir. Roast and chocolate and dark flavors dominated these beers. They were what most people would expect from a coffee beer. While loving these beers we also knew we could do a lot more with coffee. We knew there was an array of flavors in coffee...
14.6% ABV Imperial Stout aged in Bourbon Barrels. In 1929, America was devastated by a great stock market crash that led to The Great Depression. Our infamous Black Tuesday stout is named in honor of the largest trading day of that crash, which led to some very dark times for our country. “So Happens it’s Tuesday” is a slightly less...
This refreshing, light-golden Extra Pale Ale embodies drinkability. AleSmith X pushes the limits by offering a level of flavor not often found in this classic style. Fresh American hops are abundant but carefully balanced by a light, crisp body and smooth bitterness. Notes of citrus and pine combine with a delicate malt sweetness to create a flavorful...
Share This: OC is a rich, imperial stout infused with orange-chocolate flavors. It’s a profile we’re quite fond of, given the abundance of orange trees in our own backyard. Food Forward takes it one step further - reaching over 100,000 people a month throughout eight counties in Southern California (including Orange County) with...
Our unfiltered pilsner is brewed with pilsner malts, German Hallertau & Crystal hops, and Czech lager yeast. Fermented at cool temperatures and then lagered cold for a smooth finish, Gloria! pours a slightly hazy pint that drinks crisp and refreshing. Just a hint of hop rounds out our lightest, easiest drinking brew.
The Dark Woods is a series of beers that marries dark, imposing beer styles with different woods from around the world to introduce new and unexpected flavors and aromas to Cigar City’s already-unique line-up of ales and lagers.
For the second Rye-on-Rye release, we drew inspiration from the famous New Orleans cocktail, the Sazerac. The official recipe is composed of rye whiskey, absinthe or Herbsaint, a sugar cube and bitters all garnished with a lemon peel.
A light bodied, fruity pale ale with the best of New Zealand and American hops. Sounds simpel? Not a chance. This is complex and intense. Straight forward and layered at the same time. The way it should be. To the future!
Brewed in collaboration with our friends at Ladyface Ale Co, and Strand Brewing Co, to celebrate each of our 6-year anniversaries. This Belgian Golden Strong Ale was bottled with Brettanomyces to add complexity, so it could be enjoyed within six days, six weeks, six months, or beyond.
We are Dugges Bryggeri. We love making beer. This is our Pils. A straight forward, no fuss, simple yet complex Pils. A no nonsense though all sense Pils. A clean, crisp and dry Pils. Did we say Pils? Pils!
This is one half of a Black & Tan. Not just any Black & Tan, but one where a toasted smug and hoppy fella get together to make a sublime Taiji balance. Mix the Yin & Yang together (or enjoy this profoundly evil Imperial Stout solo)
Passion of the sour! Our tart, golden yellow Berliner Weisse gets its fruity and tropical character from a huge amount of passion fruit and lactic souring. Have a sip and feel the punch that puts a smile on your face. Serve cold and let the passion flow through you.
Malice is the land between sour beer and Brett beer. The beer was brewed with over 100 pounds of tamarind, blood orange, and lime zest. Dirty straw orange in color, it’s bursting with earthy funky tartness and finishes with heavy citrus skin and tart citrus. The land between is so good!
Ommegang ales are living beers, as exemplified by the secondary fermentation in Gnomegeddon, which is accomplished with Brett yeast - a wild yeast known for its addition of complex barnyard funk to both the flavor and aroma, giving a new edge to one of our most beloved ales.