Category Archives: Brewery

Hybrid Theory

Our crushable UK-style beer is similar to an American Pale Ale in character but made with British ingredients. This is an excellent beer for the unbearable heat of summers in metro Atlanta. Named after the debut album of Linkin Park; their creative take on the rock music scene the past 17 years has been a strong influence on our brewer.Hops: East Kent Golding, Brambling Cross, Horizon

 

5.6% abv, 42 IBUs

Dark Energy a

We took cold brewed “honey process” Nicaraguan coffee from local cafe JavaVino and made this Coffee Stout. Caramel, milk chocolate, and vanilla characters come through from the coffee and its influence on the beer.

Demon Slayer IPA

Notes: Intense resin, Tasting Notes: Papaya, Mango, Resin, Grapefruit, Orange, bitter & crisp finish, hazy

This new IPA is a clash between West Coast-Style pine, grapefruit and bitter focused IPAs and East Coast-Style hazy, creamy and tropical fruit juice focused IPAs. Hops: Galaxy, Eukanot, Jarrylo, Idaho 7

 

6.7%ABV 70 IBU

Ravana’s Grip Irish Extra Stout

Irish Extra Stout, 5.2% abv, 38 IBUs
Notes: cocoa powder, black coffee, floral, toffee, caramel and toasted crackers
 
This medium-light bodied stout will entice you with its coffee and chocolate character while remaining easy to drink during the warmer months. The “middle child” of the Irish Stouts, this falls between a Dry Stout and a Foreign Extra Stout. This beer will get smoother and more complex as it warms, so give it time.

Scotty Ice

Scottish Export (80/-)

Notes: Mahogony color with ruby highlights; medium light body; caramel, toffee, hint of butterscotch; Biscuit, shortbread, light toasted malt; tea-like earthiness

This Scottish Ale was brewed with David Byer as the Brewer’s Choice Award from the 2017 Peach State Brew Off homebrew competition. The beer is a slightly stronger version of an everyday Scottish Ale (not the same as Scotch Ale). Despite its complex malt profile this beer is very easy to drink..

 

5.6% ABV

Heaven for the Climate Sunburnt Tripel

Notes: Baking bread, Bartlett pear, yellow apple, mandarin, coriander, cardamom, pink peppercorn

Our triple was run through a three-step mash and is highly carbonated to keep the body lighter & the finish semi dry.

All the fruit & spice character comes from our Belgian yeast

 

ABV 9.1%

Germantown Pils

German Pilsner Ale, 5.2% abv

Notes: Floral hop bouquet, graham cracker, sweet malt, smooth finish

Our second installment of the “Alternative Facts Series” is a German Pilsner brewed with ale yeast. Keeping that in mind, we used a few tricks to mimic lager fermentation and then lagered this beer for over 3 weeks. Crisp, semi-dry and easy to drink in hot weather.

Wit Or Witout

Belgian Wit, 5.5% abv

Notes: Orange, coriander, grainy, creamy, slight tartness on the finish

Our first batch of Witbier is dedicated to the endless patience of our brewer’s wife. Her favorite beer genre is wheat beer and Wit is a great warm weather option. Named after the infamous question in  Philadelphia – when you order a cheesesteak you’ll be asked “Wit or Witout?”.

11th Hour APA

11th Hour APA, 5.5%

This American Pale Ale was our head brewer’s flagship beer as a homebrewer. Light toasty malt backs a bright hop character full of tangerine, mango and pineapple with hints of grapefruit. Is it juicy? Yes, yes it is.

My Girl Belgian Blonde

My Girl Belgian Blonde, 6.5%

This Belgian Blonde is dedicated to our brewer’s 3-year old daughter and her favorite song by The Temptations. The beer pours light gold in color with a pale white creamy head. The initial burst of fruit esters are reminiscent of pears and stone fruit with a hint of spicy, pepper on the finish. Careful, this beer is much stronger than it seems and may sneak up on you!