Below the Fold

Below the Fold

Soft & Hazy Pale 5.5% Fermentables: 2-Row, Oat Malt, Wheat, CaraPils Hops: Citra, Amarillo, El Dorado We’ve finally gotten around to brewing a “New England Style” Pale, a sub-genre arguably spawned by the Alchemist’s Heady Topper out of Vermont. These beers are known for their soft, full mouthfeel and permanent haze, achieved through the use of large amounts of protein-rich …

COLLAPSIUM

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Barleywine   ABV 11%   IBU 69 Fermentables: 2-Row, CaraRye Hops: Horizon, Goldings, Crystal The biggest, baddest beer we’ve ever brewed. This one is all malt, all the time. The heavily concentrated, not-quite-syrupy malt character is achieved by mashing a large amount of 2-row for a small kettle fill and boiling it for three hours, which is twice as long …

Imminent Percolations

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Imminent Percolations – Coffee Cream Stout (4.1%) Fermentables: 2-Row, Munich, CaraMunich, Roasted Barley, Kiln Coffee Hops/Spices: Willamette, Lactose, Coffee This just might be the smallest beer that we’ve ever brewed. It’s actually a tad lower in ABV than most American light lagers. But the lactose adds a fullness and sweet creaminess that makes it drink a more “bigly,” despite its …

3rd ANNIVERSARY SPOONWOOD BREWING CO.

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Over the course of the week, we’ll have plenty to look forward to: Beer Tappings ~ Bacon Flight ~ Live Music with iTHR3 and Alex Talbot ~ Cocktails, Samples, and Give-aways with Wigle Whiskey ~ Groundhog Day Happy Hour ~ Black & Gold Brunch ~ Bring Your Own Board Game Night #BYOBG ~ Anniversary Cake Cutting! January 30, 2018___ We …

All Downhill

ALL DOWN HILL Vanilla Cream Ale SBC

Vanilla Cream Ale   ABV 5.0% Fermentables: 2-Row, Wheat, CaraPils, Lactose Hops/Spices: Willamette, Vanilla All Downhill is similar to Working Class Hero, our straightforward “beer flavored” beer. The obvious difference is the addition of vanilla and lactose, which play on the “cream” idea (even if creaminess isn’t typical for the Cream Ale style). The subtle difference is the addition of …