Bitch Monkey Lemondrop Sour • Snakeden Saison • Maryland Homegrown Pale Ale • Owen’s Ordinary Pale Ale • Redland Lager • Surrender Dorothy RyePA • Devil’s Alley IPA • Grand Ol’ Ditch Farmhouse Strong Ale • Opscuro Black Double IPA • Blockhouse Point Stout
Bring some friends for a pint or sample 5 in a flight. Or grab a 32 or 64 ounce growler to take home with you!
Oktoberfest • Pumpkin Ale • Black IPA • Black Lager
Medium bodied, red colored beer. Resinous hop aroma and flavor combined with the slight spice imparted by the rye make for a unique take on a hoppy beer. The result is a well balanced Rye Pale Ale. This is for hopheads and fans of bold beers.
Our core IPA is a generously hopped, highly aromatic dry IPA. Notes of citrus, pine and hints of pepper are present as well as a bitterness to compliment the full aroma.
The Red Lager-a perfectly smooth beer to welcome the coming of spring. A slightly earthy malt combined with a slight floral and caramel aroma makes this an easy drinking beer.
Full bodied yet easy drinking stout, nice chocolate presence with a moderate roast paired with a residual sweetness.
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A refreshing and tart summer option. The sour uses a lacto culture that results in a reserved yet sour profile that drinks perfectly in the summer months. Stay tuned for new versions of the sour with different fruits throughout the summer.
Clean finishing, bright straw colored beer. Subdued hop and sweet grain aroma, very easy drinking ale. Brewed with a French yeast which lends complex clove and bubblegum aromatics with a refreshing citrus finish.
Medium bodied, predominantly citrus and some pine hop notes, clean finishing yeast is used. Stays true to the traditional style American Pale. Subtle aromatic component that compliments the smooth maltiness. Excellent intro beer for those new to craft beer, or great for people looking for a well-balanced pale ale.
This is a balanced American Pale that is grown right here in Maryland. Featuring 2 row malt from Dark Cloud Malthouse in Howard County and Cascade hops from Bend in the River Farm on the Monocacy River in Frederick County.
Brewed with traditional European malts combined with a Belgian style yeast to create this big, rustic style beer. Notes of caramel, brown sugar, and dried fruits.
Tthe bursting aroma is hidden behind a curtain of darkness. A double black IPA that comes around with the frequency of an eclipse, better drink it now-it may not be back in your lifetime!