Rooted in Belgian tradition, this refreshing wheat ale, or witbier, is our interpretation of a classic style. Its hazy pale color and creamy white head result from the ample amounts of wheat used in the recipe. The addition of raw oats contributes to a smooth mouthfeel while the Belgian yeast imparts a complex yet dry finish. Notes of orange zest and lemon with hints of spice.
Everything you love about our Imperial Milk Stout, but boozier and nicely-aged. One could go so far as saying Bourbon Barrel Temptress is the “cougar” of milk stouts. A “MILF” stout, if you will.
Hints of vanilla, oak, toffee, caramel, and roasted coffee intertwine for a boozy, dangerously smooth treat.
Silky and smooth, yet crisp and refreshing on the pallet. Moontower Black Kolsch is our take on a kolsch/schwarzbier hybrid. We use kolsch yeast for the light, crisp and refreshing body while creating a complex malt bill that lends roasted, coffee, and dark chocolate flavors without leaving a chewy mouthfeel.
Our goal with the Ciderweizen was to marry the underlying pear and green apple notes from the Crispin and lemon-grapefruit of the Goldrush apples to the floral and spicied notes of old world Wit Beers and German style Hefeweizens. We dry hopped and spiced the Ciderweizen with that plan in mind. Ciderweizen is unfiltered, finished with a lively effervescence, and naturally gluten free. Notes of lemon, pear, coriander, cloves, hallertau hops with lingering orange peel on the finish.
This fusion of two styles (West Coast IPA and Hazy/Juicy IPA) marries the best of both worlds. To honor the Hazy craze, we utilized massive whirlpool and dry hop additions with no early boil hops and added ample amounts of oats and wheat to contribute to the full and velvety mouthfeel. In line with the West Coast style, we utilized a clean fermenting house yeast to minimize ester production and a gypsum rich water profile thus allowing the focus to be on the resiny hop profile. This beer has a floral, tropical and resiny hop-forward nose. Mouthfeel is full and soft on the front of the palate but finishes resiny and dry with a substantial lingering bitterness that takes time to fully unfold.