NEW MATH, our version of a Cold IPA!! What is a Cold IPA? That’s up for debate, we started with a simple grain bill of Pilsner malt and rice and hopped it like a hazy with Idaho 7, Citra, and El Dorado hops. Then, we fermented it cold using our house lager yeast and dry hopped during active fermentation, but not given an extended maturation like other lagers. It’s a crispy, hazy beer with a truly unique and refreshing flavor, that is the sum of its parts. 7.5% ABV 52 IB
Drumroll Please is our very first Coffee Porter!!! Brewed with Montana grown pale and crystal malt, and chocolate and coffee malt from the UK, then hopped with British EKG hops. We then added cold-brewed Airto coffee from Missoula’s Drum Coffee Roasters. The African/Brazilian aroma envelopes you first, followed by a dry, roasted flavor, and finishes with a subtle hint of chocolate.
It’s Black IPA day!!! Today we are finally releasing Black Thai Event, our Black IPA! Brewed with dark malts like a stout, but utilized so that there is no malt bitterness. Hopped with Sabro and Simco for their coconut and resinous flavors, we then steeped Ginger, Lemongrass, Mint, and Coconut in the whirlpool. Finished with coconut puree. 7.3% ABV 70 IBU
Today we’re releasing Winter Spice Dunkel Weisse!! We collaborated with Missoula brewery-in-planning Otherworld Brewery, and we’re really excited for you all try this special winter beer. Starting with a traditional Dunkelweizen recipe, we cold-steeped the dark grains to lower the bitterness. Then we hopped with German Tettnang hops and finished with Mana Muffin – Banana Nut Honeybush tea from Phoenix Pearl Tea Company in Red Lodge, MT. 7.1% ABV 33 IBU
Route de l’Abbaye (Abbey Road) – Belgian IPA. Belgian beers are known to highlight the flavor profiles of their yeasts. Brewed with Pilsner, Vienna, and Aromatic malts. Then we hop it with Cashmere and Idaho 7 to accentuate the slightly spicy and tropical fruit notes from the yeast. 6.5% ABV 64 IBU