Stout brewed with a unique variety of dark malt, oats and aged on freshly roasted whole coffee beans from The Chocolate Moose in Beckley, WV.
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.
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.
Refreshing Saison brewed with copious amounts of honey from Wills Honey Supply in Shady Springs, WV, fresh jalapeno peppers from our friends Adam And Mandy Carrico’s garden, and finished off with fresh cut ginger.
Our interpretation of a classic dry Belgian-style Saison. We tried to limit the ingredients to let the yeast and grain shine in this light and refreshing Saison. Look for notes of clove and bubblegum in this one.
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!
Scrappy Rye IPA
This pale ale has a great hop flavor and that West Coast IPA type of bite. Riverbend Rye adds a creamy texture and a very enjoyable mouthfeel.
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.
Not your run of the mill barleywine. Smooth & balanced as papa’s best brandy with a nice “chewy mouthfeel”, if that’s such a thing. Lots of everything that makes our craft great.
Did You Say
This Sour Kettle is delicious with its complex tart and hoppy flavor. It will definitely get you in the cheeks, but an easy sipping sour with a refreshing hop taste towards the end.