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13th Task Golden IPA

India Pale Ale

6.6% ABV  –  53 IBU

Often we find ourselves up against seemingly impossible tasks. This beer here is to ease the burden of heroes.



Brewed with Herkules and Medusa hops, the 13th Task Golden IPA is Dangerous Man and Fulton's fight against the titans of beer. The ancient world was filled with pedigree, and this ale stands proud in it's lineage with Herkules derived from the German Hallertau Taurus. Medusa hops are a beast made from older gods and is a hop variety entirely different from anything derived from Europe. Soft fruit tones, including melon, peach, and mango, row in stead with the simple beat of the malt's drum. A golden demigod of a beer with a Gorgon's smile. Enjoy with a ferocity.

Amber Ale

American Ale

6.6% ABV  –  41 IBU

Aquavit Barrel-Aged Belgian Golden Strong

Belgian Strong Ale

10.6% ABV  –  25 IBU

Pours gold with a soft white head. Aroma is slightly spicey with faint oak and fruity esters. The aquavit shines with botanical flavor and subtle fennel and anise, blending beautifully with the floral notes from the BGS. Finishes clean with a pleasant warmth.

Belgian Blonde TO GO Only

Belgian

7.2% ABV  –  22 IBU

Pours a light gold with a beautiful white head. The nose has a slight honey quality with notes of fruity esters. Drinks medium-light with honey like malt quality with hints of banana and orange. Finishes clean a sweet with a pleasant crisp carbonation.

Belgian Dark Strong

Belgian Strong Ale

11% ABV  –  28 IBU

Large notes of figs and stone fruits are present in the nose, with a hint of alcohol. The draw is smooth with spice at the end. Figs, plums, and rye are very prominent flavors that are followed by a slight heat from the alcohol content. The hop bitterness supports the large malt bill by clipping the maltiness of the beer and allowing for a cleaner draw.

Belgian Golden Strong

Belgian Strong Ale

10.4% ABV  –  28 IBU

A large, sweet malt bouquet that has notes of pears and other milder fruits. Large hints of biscuits, candy, and toffee are present in the malt flavors with a present heat from the large alcohol content. A thick finger of white foam sits in the glass. A noted bitterness ends with the beers dry finish.

Belgian Table Beer

Belgian and French Ale

4% ABV  –  22 IBU

Strong Belgian yeast presence for large aromatics of clove and bananas, with a hint of white wheat on the nose. The body is medium with a fat, white head with a slightly effervescent draw. Malt forward in flavor, notes of the banana and cloves mingle with pleasant biscuit and light caramel notes. The beer is finishes dry with a light bitterness.

Belgian Tripel

Belgian Strong Ale

9.2% ABV  –  28 IBU

Hazy gold in color with a soft white head. The aroma is subtle, with floral notes and a slight herbal hop character. A clean crisp, medium/light body, envelops the palate with hints of apricot, orange and basil. The alcohol is barely noticeable, only a slight spice tickles at the end.

Biere de Garde

Amber Hybrid Beer

A balance between malt sweetness, hop bitterness, and yeast produced esters and phenols. A slight hint of clove combines with the earthy hop bitterness, which helps to cut through the bready and malt sweet flavors. There is a pungent malt aroma produced by the aromatic malt that carries this beer forward as refreshing and medium bodied.

Big Watt Coffee Porter

Porter

5.5% ABV  –  30 IBU

Cold press coffee blends with malt on the nose. The coffee acidity blends with roasted malts for a just under medium bodied beer. The draw is long, with coffee, toast, and smidgeons of dark chocolate. A perfect pick me up, or, let me down!

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