Loza Farms IPA
This year at hop selection up in Washington, Highland Park Brewery and Cellarmaker independently selected Citra from Loza Farms, a family run hop farm in Wapato, WA. Realizing this, our two breweries decided to brew a conceptual shoutout collaboration West Coast IPA with all Loza hops. We used the two beautiful lots of Citra but also some really sexy Cascade and Amarillo. Highly aromatic, crisp, clear and ::gasp:: bitter!
Double Mt. Nelson
Ask yourself this question: how much Nelson can I handle? If your answer is “as much as you can give me,” then you are ready to climb Double Mt. Nelson. This 100% Nelson Sauvin hopped DIPA is packed with 8 lbs per barrel of various Nelson crops to create an intense spectrum of Nelson amazingness.
One of the kings of the hop world, Citra is a pungent little flower that can have amazing characteristics of tangerine, passionfruit, pineapple, lychee and dank ganja. Dobis Plus is the IPA in the Dobis family, our series of 100% Citra hoppy ales that feature our hand selected Citra that we go to Washington to find every year.
A 100% Centennial hopped pale ale that is light and crisp and layered with everything Centennial has to offer. We select Centennial every year in Washington since 2015 when we stumbled across amazing quality versions that are always bursting with lemon Warhead candy and spicy Douglas fir needle like aromas and flavors.
Step on it!
A crisp pale ale despite having some heft and haze with atypical aromas of orange blossom, coconut, Chenin blanc and lemon War Heads. A beer for a change of pace. A beer for a new you. Always keep moving. Reinvent, evolve, look forward and don’t forget to STEP ON IT! Featured Hops: Nelson, Centennial, Sabro, Motueka & HBC 344
BBA Vastness of Space
Bourbon Barrel Aged Imp. Stout
Our traditional Russian Imperial Stout aged for 14 months in Heaven Hill Bourbon barrels. Rich and roasty, not syrupy sweet, but sublimely drinkable for 13% ABV. Tons of oaky vanilla and coconut with a baker’s chocolate kick.
With an enticing French roast coffee aroma, rich and nutty 70% cacao chocolate bar comes to mind when sipping this smooth black lager. Midnight Silk isn’t flashy, but isn’t understated either. This is a beer drinker’s beer meant for long drinking sessions filled with good conversation or quiet contemplation.
Inspired by the flavorful lagers of Pre-Prohibition America, Kernel Knowledge uses Belgian pale malt and German biscuit malt for bready, toasted flavors, as well as corn to keep the beer light in body. The grains fall in balance with an assertive hopping of European hops for spicy nuance. Altogether, this is a beer that has layers of flavor that continuously reveal themselves as you sip through the pour.
America’s Preference – Highland Park Brewing
Ah man, we can never have enough Pilsner! This unfiltered Pilsner utilizes Saaz hops and no finings or filtration to leave us with a beer full of great old world hop character and a simple pilsner malt base. Crisp and snappy with a great hop balance allow the earthy, floral, and citrus qualities to shine. Balanced bitterness and a clean flavor profile make this beer immensely drinkable.
Fruit Monster – Great Notion
The first in our new tart ale series, Fruit Monster! Each batch will have a unique blend of tropical fruits and milk sugar, and the first one has a scary amount of pineapple and passion fruit. Drink up before the monster gets it all!
Supplication – Russian River
Brown ale aged in Pinot Noir wine barrels for one year with sour cherries, Brettanomyces yeast, and Lactobacillus & Pedicoccus bacteria.
Double Stack – Great Notion
Imp. Breakfast Stout
Double Stack is our Imperial Breakfast Stout fermented with an irresponsible amount of maple syrup & aged on whole bean Sumatra from our friends at Clutch Coffee.
Nonna’s Blend #17 – Sante Adairius
Barrel aged saison blend.
Dry Cider – Shacksbury
Cider-specific varieties make for dry, complex cider, and there’s no better apple for cider than the tannic and bittersweet Dabinett. Dabinetts aren’t grown in large commercial quantities in the United States. Dry begins with juicy New England dessert fruit and then blends in fermented juice — never concentrate — pressed, fermented, and shipped by our friend Simon Day at Dragon Orchard in Herefordshire, England. The result bridges cider traditions from both sides of the pond for a cider that’s tannic and tremendously tasty.