Features a tenacious balance of fruity yeast esters, bready pilsner malt, and German noble hops. This stein-worthy ale and lager hybrid has those wonderful characteristics that make us want to roll up the garage door and sail away from the mucky-muck.
Our third installment of the Horton single-hop IPA series is our best yet. Notes of mochi, strawberry, mint, and pistachios with a pillowy mouthfeel lead to an easy-drinking yet complex IPA.
Horton Hops a Wolf Stats /
A little, roasty, toasty oatmeal stout that can hang in any season with its nitro body full of dark cocoa and toasted pumpernickel notes from UK and German malts.
Vanity of Sleep Stats /
This easy-drinking lemon shandy is summer-in-a-glass, opening with sweetness from Bea’s Squeeze lemonade and a touch of honey with a crisp, hoppy finish on the backend.
Honey Bea’s Shandy Stats /
We have not one but two hearts for the subtle peppery esters, light new world-hopping, and the fluffy nature of unmalted wheat in this saison. The king of fairies (google it!) would approve.
Big Boy Pants Stats /
Fermented with Norweigen yeast, this triple NEIPA has notes of mango fruit, orange blossom honey, and pineapple fruit cup.
Down3 Stats /
The imperial version of our white stout hits with the same coffee and chocolate notes as its smaller brethren. On nitro, the smooth alcohol melds with the adjuncts to form a caramel, coffee shake-like beer that pairs well with tres leches and blueberry pancakes.
Double White Coffee Stout Stats /
From nose to tongue, this is straight juice. Orange, pulpy sweetness with slight citrus acidity balanced by a pleasant mouthfeel. A beer properly served with breakfast.
Blood Orange: Sunrise Stats /
An inviting tangerine haze with a nose of gooseberries and sweet orange rind leads to a crisp blonde ale with bright dry hop notes.
Mae Blanc Stats /
Session NEIPA featuring hop notes of sweet, pithy citrus fruits and fresh bready malt. For the all-season stalwarts of Eastern Market, this hoppy offering is built for both quality and quantity.
Market Day IPA Stats /
Great Lakes Coffee Roasting Co.’s Natural Yirgacheffe, Ethiopian roast lends coffee notes to the aroma and taste of this lightly hued beer. Cocoa nibs give the impression of sweet, white mocha.