BELGIAN TRIPEL  ABV 9.0% IBU  29 Fermentables: 2-Row, Pilsner, Candi Sugar Hops: Apollo, Hallertau Blanc A traditional Belgian golden strong ale with the addition of dry-hopping. Ambellina is built upon a simple grain bill (2-Row and Pilsner malts) with Candi Sugar to enhance fermentability. The Hallertau Blanc hops play well with the fruit and spice of the Belgian yeast, adding …



BELGIAN WIT   ABV  5.1%  IBU  18 Fermentables: Pilsner, White Wheat, Flaked Oats Hops/Spices: Apollo, Orange Zest, Coriander, Habanero, White Pepper “I’m sorry, but that really steams me. That really burns me up. I mean, I am filled with a White Hot Rage!” -Barney Stinson.



Pale Lager ABV 5.6% IBU 44 Fermentables: 2-row, CaraPils, Caramel malt  Hops: Apollo Another Coheed and Cambria inspired beer, named for their third album. Simply put, we borrowed some German lager yeast from Penn Brewery to ferment a pale wort and added a bunch of Apollo hops. The end result is lightly sweet and doughy with a moderate bitterness and …


Van Damsel

Weizenbock    ABV  8.0%   IBU 19 Fermentables: 2-Row, Wheat, Munich Dark, Vienna, CaraMunich, Chocolate Malt Hops: Santiam, Hallertau Weizenbocks come in different shapes and sizes, though all are relatively strong and incorporate a significant portion of wheat in the recipe. Ours is modeled after a classic German example, Schneider Aventinus – or closer to home, Victory Moonglow – both …



Hoppy Wheat ABV (6.5%) IBU 40 PCBW collaboration with Mindful Brewing Co.


Spoonwood Brewing Side Scroller

16-bit IPA ABV 7.7% IBU 50 Fermentables: 2-Row, Honey Malt, CaraMunich Hops: Columbus, Denali, El Dorado At 7.7% ABV, Side Scroller pushes the limits of a single-strength IPA. It’s moderately bitter with intense hops flavors and aromas. We used a small dose of Columbus for kettle bittering, but the spotlighted hops are two varieties that we hadn’t used before. Both …


Spoonwood Brewing Wolkenhimmel

Hefeweizen ABV 6.0%. IBU 12 Fermentables: Pils, Wheat, CaraPils Hops: Santiam, Hallertau Hefeweizen is a type of German wheat beer. “Hefe” means yeast and “Weizen” means wheat. And what we have here is a wheat-heavy beer fermented with an estery, phenolic yeast. We fermented at a warmer temperature to promote the production of fruity esters like isoamyl acetate, which smells …