What’s the deal with Growlers?
Beer sales are flying through the roof; they’ve busted up some cumulus and are now on their way into the outer atmosphere of the Earth.
An unfortunate side effect of this is that we have to reduce our growler sales. Why? Because our production level needs to be balanced with our demand and most importantly of all — we need to have beer in our taproom.
Currently, we are selling 20-30 growlers a day - 1 64oz, 1 64oz and 1 mini, or 2 minis per customer. Being present when the taproom opens is your best bet. We apologize for this inconvenience. We are currently working on increasing production which will allow us to sell more growlers. More than anything we’d like our beer to go home with you.
We thank you all very much for your continued support!
Chocolate Milk Stout
5% ABV – 28 IBU
The Chocolate Milk Stout is pitch black with an off-tan head and a large, roast and chocolate aroma. Thick and creamy, the flavors in the CMS range from dark and milk chocolate, coffee, and toasted bread. Boosted with lactose additions, this beer is distinct for its rich and creamy chocolate flavors.
Light Hybrid Beer
6.3% ABV – 20 IBU
A soft blend of biscuit, fruit, and earth in a medium draw with striking clarity and wonderful crispness. This Cream Ale is a simple work that speaks volumes and is a favorite here at Dangerous Man. It is light in color, heavy in impression.
Light Hybrid Beer
5% ABV – 25 IBU
The kolsch is light in color and has a bouquet of lemon and wheat. The style is clean and has light, bready malt tones. A laid back bitterness finishes the beer, making it a refreshing and affable pint.
Double Pale Ale
6.2% ABV – 62 IBU
A unique hybrid that sits between an IPA and a Pale. Pilsner malt creates a crisp light body with notes of honey and light biscuit. The hops shine through with a soft fruit quality and subtle grassy, citrus notes.
Rooibos Red Ale
6.2% ABV – 23 IBU
Floral, herbal with hints of vanilla. Medium light body.
6.6% ABV – 41 IBU
5.4% ABV – 16 IBU
Orange, honey and lemon.
India Pale Ale
7.2% ABV – 70 IBU
Dry and spicy, with citrus and tropical fruit notes on the nose. The rye presence widens the body of the beer, and clips the malt bill with it's characteristic peppery-spice. Pine and citrus hop flavors meld into the malt bill and provide a pleasant, lingering bitterness.