It’s another chapter in our quest to blur the lines between beer and wine. This beer showcases the minerality of Semillon grapes while exploring the depths of mixed culture oak fermentation. This results in a delightfully tart, hybridized wine-inspired ale.
Brevis & Bretthead is a double dry-hopped sour IPA fermented with Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus brevis (get it?). These different strains play off each other with tart, funky notes to complement the bitterness of the Mosaic, Simcoe, Citra, Idaho 7 and El Dorado hops.
This gose (pronounce goze-uh) is a tart and sweet mix of cherries and fresh lime zest. With a touch of sea salt for authenticity and balance (trust us on this one). Artwork by Sam Markus.
Vinology : Syrah is an oak-fermented American wild ale co-fermented with syrah grapes. The result is a bright and crisp easy drinking 4.7% creation that blurs the line between beer and wine.
Pillowy, light and hazy. This is a hazy wheat pale ale that’s easy drinking, full of malt flavor with just enough hop bite to keep you wanting more.
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Take your senses on a trip ITP when you sip on this quadruple-dry-hopped IPA. With the unpredictability of Atlanta’s spring weather, this cloudy double IPA pops with sunny tropical notes on the nose. It drinks dank and finishes with a bit of bitterness, much like an Atlanta sports fan. Don’t Call It Hotlanta checks in at a bridge-collapsing 8.5% ABV, so enjoy it after your hour-long evening commute.
Space Lettuce is a luxuriously smooth double IPA, brewed with a plethora of flaked wheat. We dry hop this beer 3 separate times, resulting in a stratospheric hop experience. Space Lettuce uses Citra, Mosaic, Ekuanot, Simcoe, Mandarina Bavaria, and Columbus hops and clocks in at 8.1% ABV and 70 IBUs.
Dust Bunny is packed with aromatics of orange and lemon dripping with honey. Its soft yet bright body contributes notes of peach. Moderate bitterness balances a juicy mouthfeel for an all-around refreshing IPA.
Brewed with lactose sugar, this unfiltered pale has a chewy malt backbone with explosions of hops, resulting in a stratospheric experience.
A juicy, hazy pale ale. Unfiltered and flavorful, Han Brolo has a full-bodied, chewy mouthfeel. A huge dry hop gives this beer notes of tangerine and grapefruit. A lactose addition during brewing adds silkiness. At only 4.7% ABV, it’s a beer you can keep coming back to without sacrificing flavor.
Slap Fight will woo you in with a West Coast-style malt bill, but slaps you across the face with its tropical hop profile. Light in body, heavy in character, this IPA features Munich and Crystal pale malts for a clean, rich mouthfeel. Comet, Equinox and Mosaic hops lend a pungent herbal aroma, peppered with hints of papaya, orange and grapefruit. Present this beer to a friend. If he does not drink it immediately, slap him as hard as you can. Repeat.
A juicy IPA. Pirates love citrus fruits almost as much as they love blood. If the phrase “you are what you eat” is true, then pirates are blood oranges. If the phrase “you are what you drink” is true, you’re about to be an incredibly delicious, juicy hop bomb of an IPA. We add bits of real blood orange to every beer, so you know it’s good.