Drawing inspiration from the fidelity of a saison — rustic, alluringly cloudy and crisp — this imperial IPA was brewed using oats and wheat. Dry-hopped twice and completely untouched post fermentation to preserve aroma and flavor
Phantasmagoria is an IPA that is low in malt flavors, but high in hops. We brew this beer as a nod to the big hoppy beers of the west coast. We use loads of citrusy and piney hops at the end of the boil and in the fermenter to make this beer a hop experience.
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...
Halfway between a beer and a wine, this “dessert beer” is produced as a limited edition and is numbered. To be enjoyed as an aperitif or at dessert served in wine glasses. In 2016 most bottles are the regular edition, but they also made a limited edition with red grapes. You can tell the difference if the grapes under the gnome’s beard...
Created with boldness in mind Sweet Alma has a powerful bitterness, intriguing aromas and a quenching dryness. Née de la fusion de houblons américains, Sweet Alma envoûte par ses arômes intriguants et sa puissante amertume.
A heavy strong stout brewed with coffee, brown sugar and oats. With its powerful quality and morning ingredients it seems parallel to a solid dawn session at Blacks. An inside connection to boutique roasted fare trade beans we were granted the opportunity to make this exceptional brew.
DDH Double India Pale Ale - Brewed with our friends from Pipeworks to celebrate NYC Beer Week. This Double India Pale Ale pours pale orange with a thin white head. Aromas of guavas, oranges and green mangos, with bold orange cream-sicle flavors. Brewed with German pilsner malt, English oats plus lots of wheat and a touch of Vienna malt. Fermented with a...
Imperial Baltic Porter. Vanilla Cake Fever is a massive and full-flavored Imperial Baltic Porter with astonishing dark chocolate and exotic vanilla characters. Again one of those beers where we did not count the hours making this. Pair this with desserts like vanilla ice cream, espresso and other coffee flavored desserts.
Harvester of Simcoe has aromas of passion fruit, bright pine, berry, and earth, followed by some bready notes. The taste is a creamy pine flavor supported by tropical notes and a firm but rounded bitterness.
Sometimes a lot isn’t nearly enough. For the times when a lot plus a bit more is called for we proffer the 110K+OT series. The 9th iteration of 110K+OT is an Imperial Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Brown Ale clocking in at 23.7 OG, 7 FG, 39.4 SRM.
A quadrupel based beer with intense Kriek flavor aged for 4 months in bourbon barrels with cherries. This beer was compiled by the Logsdon crew of 4 with 4 of our initial seizoen yeast strains and 4 more cultures of Brettanomyces and lactic bacteria. Krieke Vier is a big beer with great flavor intensity and incredible cherry complexity that is smooth and...
Full Disclosure is a new 8.5% triple dry hopped Imperial IPA loaded with Citra, Mosaic, Topaz and High Oil Cascade hops. Full disclosure: this beer contains an immense amount of hops. You have been warned
This beer has a white, smooth and very compact head. Its pale amber colour is very characteristic revealing a distinctive maltiness. It has a rich aroma with a unique combination of aromatic hops, spices and the typical bouquet of fermentation – very fruity.
Resin is that thick, golden substance that trees produce. Same as resin this Double IPA is thick and sweet, except it’s loaded with amazing hops like Citra, Simcoe and Chinook. Expect an intensively piney, citrussy and fruity IPA with all those luscious and aromatic hop oils.
The second release of the 1 ton of… series, a tart sour ale with no less than one tonne of lingonberries per 1000 litres. Not too sour and not too sweet but juicy, crisp and very refreshing. It’s tartness belies the 8% ABV – this is a beer to get your saliva glands working whilst just thinking about it. Just be careful you don’t drink too much!
The name for this beer is a reference to the unique and delicious Vin Jaune wines of the Jura region in France. It started life as Belgian-style tripel, and after two years of maturation in dry sherry barriques it emerged as a light amber colored beer with strong oxidative notes of almond, hazelnut, and oak.