Our Most 6S-ful beers, past & present
Wit beer is a Belgian wheat beer made for the warm days of summer, crafted in a style that dates back hundreds of years. “Wit” means white. Light and hazy in appearance, with notes of orange peel and coriander in the nose and a dry finish. Gentle fruit esters from the yeast compliment the aroma. This delicate, fruity beer is a refreshing thirst quencher.This limited edition is pouring at warp speed!
There are no helmet laws while you are enjoying our Sidecar Saison. Light amber in color with some yeast character make this Belgian-style saison drink smoothly with a fruity essence of lemon and finishes with a touch of ginger. A sidecar driver and pillion passenger must wear a helmet but Sidecar Passengers do not require a helmet!
This Irish Red Ale is an easy drinking ale with subtle pleasant flavors. It is slightly malty, with toffee/caramel sweetness, slightly biscuity, and has a little roasted dryness to it. It has a medium-light to medium body with moderate carbonation. The modern Irish red ale is a twist on the traditional English bitter, with less hops and a little roast to bring out the color and dryness.
German Kölsch Style Ale came to America dating back to WWII. Soldiers gained a thirst for this crisp, never bitter, ale brewed for summertime. Straw in color, notes of fruity yeast esters, delicate malt and hops, dry finish. KickStand's up and go for a smooth ride!
Fastbier, our special Oktoberfest Festbier will quench your thirst in a hurry. Oktoberfest or Marzen beer was originally brewed to celebrate the wedding of King Louis I to Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. Our version of this traditional beer features all the malty, biscuit, cracker notes, a pinch of caramel, and low hop bitterness. The hops chosen were Liberty hops grown in Washington state. Raise a stein with your friends as we celebrate the Fall and the harvest. Prost!
Black in color, crowned with a fluffy tan head, this stout features notes of toffee and bread in the nose. Flavor is rich, but light in body. Expect flavors of coffee, chocolate and toast. The name stout was first coined in 1677 to separate the style from porters. We don’t have a 9000 year lease like Guinness, but we hope to share this brew with you for years to come. Slainte!
A citrusy, light bodied, slightly red Double IPA. Using modern techniques and skill, this DIPA packs a punch. Yes, imperial and double mean the same thing. Just depends on what side of the pond you are from. Cheers! (Apollo, Bravo, Centennial)
This golden ale is brewed with 50% wheat and is intended to be cloudy to slightly hazy. Very low bitterness allows the esters produced by the yeast to shine. Notes of citrus, clove, banana and bread. Outlawed by the German purity law “Reinheitsgebot”, it was the favorite of some members of the German royal family and only allowed to be produced by a single brewery for 82 years!
A blend of 4 apple varieties and a little yeast delivers a fun, effervescent, slightly sweet cider with a dry finish. North Georgia is home for a handful of family-owned apple orchards. At one time in our nation’s history, cider was more popular and readily available than beer.
This variation of the traditional American IPA features the addition of 25% malted rye to bring out a little sweet and spicy character. We chose to model this style in the West Coast tradition, by using an American yeast strain paired with classic West Coast hops. (Chinook, Bravo, Centennial)
Weizenbock is a stellar combo of two styles of beer: the Hefeweizen and the Doppelbock. Weizenbocks have a sweeter, malty, fruit-forward flavor; are usually higher in alcohol and dark in color. Most wheat beers fell out of favor by 1812, when lagers became more popular. A taste to the comeback!