As the bigger, bolder sibling of Gone for the Day, Gone for the Week packs a multi faceted punch and pours a deep gold. The creamy white head delivers a powerful bouquet of earthy, citrusy aromas. In addition to the aroma, a massive dry hop charge develops a harmonious flavor profile of pine, grapefruit, and resinous hops.
Jubilant Haze pours an opaque light yellow, true to the NEIPA style. The aroma of this brew strikes the drinker from a distance, highlighted with dank tropical fruit. Just as noted in the aroma, the flavor of this beer showcases the contribution of dry hopping, presenting mango, pineapple, and citrus flavors.
New Guinea Hijacked
Pouring black with a tan, creamy head, New Guinea Hijacked presents an aroma of fresh coffee. A bold grain bill pairs with Papua New Guinea cold brew to provide rich and roasty flavors, along with notes of earthiness. Low acid cold brew ensures a smooth finish to this coffee forward beer
This beer pours a beautiful copper/red, pleasantly contrasting its warm white head. Rich aromatic notes of caramel and specialty roasted malts take the spotlight here, with just the right amount of hop-bitterness to bring it in for a smooth landing.
At first glance, Haypenny appears with a clean, thick layer of head, which leads into a creamy mouthfeel that is atypical for a 5.0% abv beer. The nose reminds one of freshly roasted grains with a hint of sweet corn. These aromas transition into the flavor profile quite smoothly, finishing with a very slight bitterness […]
Balanced and apple-forward. This hard cider has a nice subtle sweetness with a refreshing dry finish that begs to be tasted again.
Brazen Wit pours a hazy orange with a nose of sweet citrus and Belgian yeast. The presence of wheat in the grain bill adds crisp and refreshing elements alongside a noted brightness from the orange peel. While little hop presence is perceived, varieties were selected to complement the beer’s flavor profile.
Staying true to the style, this hazy wheat beer has a pleasant banana nose and flavor profile driven almost exclusively by the yeast strain. At first sip, clove notes can be detected, but these fade over time.
If you’re looking to get away for a little have a Gone for the Day IPA. With a beautiful balance of hop bitterness and flavor that won’t disappoint the avid hop head, but welcomes new comers as well.