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Our current selections include
American Wheat Ale - pale gold, light and crisp, easy drinking
East Coast IPA– hazy gold floral and fruit hop aroma bitter with ultra clean finish, lots of hop flavor
Redding Red Ale – amber red copper, subtle caramel sweetness, earthy floral, cleanly fermented
Kentucky Style Common Ale - burnt biscuit and toasty sweet aroma is the first thing you’ll notice. Kentucky Style Common is our interpretation of that pre-prohibition ale brewed from the 1850s to the passing of the Eighteenth Amendment in and around the Louisville, Kentucky area. Not to be confused with California Common, this is easy drinking ale, with a hint of corn sweetness and smooth hop notes that fills the pallet. (6.5% abv.)
Redding’s Best Bitter - Brings sweet raisin, biscuit and dried fruit notes with fresh, piney herbs from traditional English hops. Rich and smooth on the palate, it draws to a clean, satisfying finish with beautifully balanced bitterness. (5.3% abv.)
Helles Bock - A pale bock lager brewed for the spring season, also known as Maibock. It has a creamy white head, honey gold in color, a delicate malt flavor, and drier, with a mild spice and pepper quality from the hops. Well balanced and delicate. (6.4%) abv.
New England Double IPA - hazy, juicy, fruity character - double strength and a bitter bite at the finish.
Belgian Triple - Pours bright gold with a white head, pear, pepper, lemon and clove are in the nose. A wisp of sweetness up front gives way to flavors of lemon, and clove. The light, effervescent mouthfeel gives our Belgian Style Triple a brisk, peppery finish.
Check back regularly for what's new on the taps.
VIDEO CREDIT: Drew Gumins