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English Barleywine

The English Barleywine is a showcase of malty richness and complex, intense flavors. It has warm with alcohol and has a pleasant fruity or hoppy interest. Read More


The German Eisbock is a strong, full-bodied, rich, and malty dark lager with a viscous quality and strong flavors. Its alcohol should be smooth and warming. Read More


The German Doppelbock was first introduced by monks at St. Francis of Paula and its name “Doppel (double) Bock” was given by the beer drinkers in Munich. Its color ranges from a deep gold to dark brown with good clarity. Nearly full to full bodied, the style has medium-light to medium carbonation with little to no alcohol warmth. Rich and malty aroma and palate has a toasted to browned character but not roasted. Some dark fruit may be present with little to no hops. The Doppelbock is stronger and fuller than a Dunkles Bock or a Helles Bock. Read More

Belgian Strong Pale Ale

The Belgian Strong Pale Ale is a light-colored, complex, effervescent, strong ale that is highly attenuated and features fruity and hoppy notes. Read More

Belgian Strong Dark Ale

The Belgian Strong Dark Ale is dark in color, complex, and very strong with a delicious blend of malt richness, dark fruit flavors, and spicy elements. Read More

Baltic Porter

A Baltic Porter often has the malt flavor of an English Porter and the roast of a Schwarzbier, but also has complex, multi-layered malt and dark fruit flavors. Read More

American Strong Ale

The American Strong Ale is a strong, full-flavored ale that challenges and rewards the palate with full malty and hoppy flavors and substantial bitterness. Read More

American Imperial Stout

The American Imperial Stout is an intensely-flavored, big, dark ale with a wide range of flavor balances and regional interpretations. Roasty-burnt malt with deep dark or dried fruit flavors, and a warming, bittersweet finish. Despite the intense flavors, the components need to meld together to create a complex, harmonious beer, not a hot mess. Read More

American Barleywine

The American Barleywine is a hoppy interpretation of the richest and strongest of the English ales. Its hoppiness is complemented with its alcohol presence. Read More