Day Tripper is our flagship IPA brewed with heaps of Simcoe and Mosaic hops. Like a lot of our beers, this name was inspired by a GD show (6/25/85) we were playing while brewing the 1st batch.
Here Comes Sunshine is another OG hazy IPA that we started brewing back in 2018. Since then we've revamped the hops but this beer is still a ray of sunshine in a glass.
When we first brewed this beer it "stole our heart". The combo of Columbus, Amarillo and Idaho 7 really makes our taste buds dance & twirl. There are different waves of citrus flavor that make this beer really special.
Bird Song originally started off as a once a year beer around the famed 8/27/72 Oregon show that has a killer vesion of Bird Song. Since this is one of our favorite shows, we had to add Bird Song to our IPA rotation
The label says it all about the Larry's we know. The name of the beer is actually a play off one of our favorite bands, moe. who has a rawkin' song called Awesome Gary (no relation to Larry..lol)
Xanadu was one of our first IPAs that we brewed on our 10bbl rig thatwasn't a flagship. We quickly loved the Michigan grown Mackinac hops that paired great with Cashmere hops. Kinda like drinking a big fat glass of Hawaiian Punch...bursting with tropical flavors.
Helium Wheels is named after a lyric in out of our favorite moe. songs and is consistent with how you feel after drinking a few of these 7% IPAs. The hop combo of Azacca & Mosaic was inspired by a beer we had out in Pittsburgh for a BOP conference.
Named after the Talking Heads song on a crazy west coast road trip in 2000 seeing Phish's last 7 shows (at the time). The rental car only had a cassette player and we scored this tape at a gas station leaving Vegas enroute to Phoenix then Cali. Must've listened to this tape 1000x on that trip.
One of the prototypes brewed in Eric's driveway. Named after our neighbor at the original location who had an outdoor cat condo (also for the Dead tune)
We thought we'd confuse a lot of people and brew this not too often seen style. No lactose was harmed in this beer. Just a nice crisp lager/ale hybrid style that's become widely popular in the taproom and at events. Doesn't contain lactose.
Our flagship beer named after the route we're located in Chester County. Back in 2018 we wanted a pale ale that everyone would dig. We went the hazy route and left the more traditional pale ale appearance for one of our other beers.
Once again a beer named after a song we were listening to whilst brewing. Inspired by a brewery in MA. The oiginal version was supposed to be dry hopped but we were short on time and it tasted pretty good as is. Viola!
We took a pass and went with the easy naming convention for our flagship lager. A little bigger in abv than an American Lager should be but....'merica!
Subby not Stubby as 90% of our customers (& staff) call it...lol. Nicknamed after Suburban. This was truly inspired by the classic American Stout brewed by Sierra Nevada. One of our favs while in the lot seeing the Dead during the colder months.
Guten Zeiten is German for Good Times. This is one of those beers to get you there. A traditional German Wheat brewed simply with German ingredients. A killer summer time beer but also a great beer to drink year around.
Unfortunately an uncommon style. We love this beer. It's the best of both worlds where the malt bill lends the dark color to the beer and the Citra & Simcoe hops shine thru. Don't be scared of the dark!
This beer is a departure from the hazy pale ales/IPAs. We wanted to return to a very simple & drinkable pale ale that showcases a nice balance between malt and hops. We really dig Riwaka hops. It was love at first sip and knew it would play very well with a good ole American Pale Ale malt base.
This beer is out of this world! We threw this recipe together with some pilsner malt leftover and some leftover hops. Interestingly enough it was a hit in the taproom and we decided put it into cans.
This is our rotating hop session IPA. The artwork on the label looks like what you'd see on the backroads of Honey Brook at dusk.
Brewed for Cinco de Mayo, we brewed this beer in 2022 for the first time. Copious amounts of flaked maize give this lager its sweetness.
We brew this beer every July/August for Oktoberfest at the taproom. All German ingredients make this a fall delight as the weather gets cooler and the brats get warmer.
Brewed in 2022 this will be our St Patrick's seasonal each year. The 1st version was dosed with nitrogen in the can which helped with the creamy mouthfeel.
We wanted to brew a big beer for the 2021 holidays and a baltic porter was on our list. This turned out to be a beautiful lager that was very well received. Look for Charlie to make a comeback at some point in the future.