Hoppy Red Ale
Brewed for fall weather. Malty red ale with a little extra hop bite courtesy of Chinook and Jarrylo hops.
Imperial Brown Ale
Big bold brown ale brewed with one of our favorite local bands, Matt Mullins and the Bringdowns. Notes of chocolate and nuts shine through on this one.
Summ It All Up
Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout
Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout brewed with local maple syrup from Moonstruck Maple and fresh ceylon cinnamon and aged on fresh cut Madagascar vanilla beans.
American Pale Ale dry-hopped with Azacca hops for a very fruity flavor that’s just too easy to only have one pint.
This mixed fermentation wild ale is slightly acidic with nice fruit flavors shining through. Fermented in oak barrels (bourbon and red wine) with bottle dregs from some of our favorite sour and Brett beers.
Rye Pale Ale
Oktoberfest style Lager
More Haggard Than Haggard
The More Haggard Than Haggard DIPA is much more of a “New England” style IPA. The cloudy appearance is due to the excessive dry hopping and low flocculating yeast strain. This allows the El Dorado hops’ tropical flavor and aroma to come out much more soft and juicy.
Stop and Smell the Citrus
West Coast style India Pale Ale
This IPA is light bodied and dry with a delicious citrusy finish. Flavors reminiscent of fresh grapefruit and orange all come from the selection of hops.
Our current Double IPA is Citra hop heavy. You can expect a bold grapefruit/tangerine flavor that is dangerously light bodied. We love the dry but creamy finish in this big hoppy beer!
Cool Ridge Lager
We use a blend of both American and European hops in this pale lager to provide a nice spicy finish that backs up the malty flavor of this summertime favorite.
Dry Irish Stout
Named after our co-founder, Tony Kelly’s hometown in Canada with Irish Roots. Light, crisp, and dark as night. Roasty up front, but very easy drinking.
RK Double IPA
Our double IPA is named after our own Ryan Kelly! Big and bold and brewed with all our favorite hops. Super smooth finish with a lingering fruity aftertaste.
The Haggard IPA is much more of a “New England” style IPA. This beer will be very very cloudy. This is intentional. The cloudy appearance is due to the excessive dry hopping and low flocculating yeast strain. The flavor and aroma comes out much more soft and juicy.