"Guava, guava and some more guava." (That's a direct quote from our Brewmaster Ben Clark.) And in Ben Clark, we trust.
Our quality assurance manager Emily Bobotas thinks kiwis are the world's most underrated fruit. With this perfectly balanced sour, she proves the world wrong.
The brains behind this beer, our project manager Steph Betteker, had one request: A watermelon beer that didn't taste like a Jolly Rancher. With this, she got her wish and more.
The Dead Rise you know and love began years ago as a small-batch gose brewed with OLD BAY, so we're returning to its roots with this perfectly tart and spicy ale.
The brother of our Numero Uno, this one's brewed with rich, roasted malts and has a pop of lime that makes it equally refreshing.
All of the hops - Galena, Vojvodina, Southern Brewer and Southern Cross - used in this beer were grown at the University of Maryland's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources research facility in Western Maryland. This beer is part of our ongoing commitment to UMD's hops research. Because there's no better way to truly evaluate a beer than brewing with it, we craft Field Notes with hops from each year's harvest.
Made with local honey and pollen, Bee Beer is a perfected version of a concept pitched through our Brewhouse Rarities program. A portion of the proceeds from the beer will be donated to WildAid, a global organization that fights to end illegal wildlife trade.