Friday July 24th: Farmers Bane, a rye ipa at 6.4% abv
Beers Available All Year
8.5% 100+ IBU’s
Brewed with an absurd amount of hops, all late in the boil using a technique called “Hop Bursting”. 3 to 10 days Dry hopping further adds to the long citrus finish of this beer. A hint of malt makes this the perfect hop forward imperial IPA. Join the HOP HAZE craze and see what you have been missing!
Jr Haze IPA
6.0% abv 85 IBU’s
Grapefruity IPA with a lingering bitterness. Bold flavor, and Bold color.
Hoppy malty red ale with a strong citrus flavor and aroma.
4.1% ABV 35 IBUs
Part of the Trafalgar series of beers. Easy drinking light session beer made with 100% Marris
Otter base malt and East Kent Golding hops, the premium malt and hop combination of England. Appears golden in color with a lasting off white head. Aromas of caramel and bread. The distinctive EKG noble hop character hits you first, followed by flavors of a light fruit. Slightly bitter with earth and a lingering light caramel finish.
5.0% 18 IBU’s
A lightly sweet roasty chocolaty stout with a rich creamy mouthful makes this the perfect balanced session beer. Made with J Wells’ own Stout Malt blended with American and British malts right here at the brewery.
J Wells Amber Ale (Formerly known as Honey Biscuit)
5.0% abv 25 IBU’s
A rich amber ale with hints of honey and biscuits.
A light easy drinking IPA perfect for a hot summers day!
Niad Northern English Brown ale
4.1% abv 20IBU’s
Lig Ts Out Stout (Barrel aged in bottles.)
2014: Dated with month/day, released 15 cases in November. Barrel aged for 6 months in Mile High Spirits Bourbon barrels. 9.4% abv.
November 2015 release: projecting 10.6% abv. aged 12 months in Mile High Spirits Bourbon barrels.
An american barleywine with strong hop and malt aroma. At nearly 11% alcohol, you will notice peppery flavors along with malt and hops. Available in December 2015.
Friday, June twelfth, 2015: Niad II, a southern English brown ale. Nutty, sessionable, 15 gallons available. 4.1% abv.