If you’re new to the craft beer experience, we suggest starting at the top of the list and work your way down as your taste for craft beer develops. If you’ve “been around” craft beer, then we invite you to pick a favorite style or try something new.
As the old urban legend goes, Native American doctors used hops to cure many ailments. We agree that beer is “Therapy in a Glass” and that it might just cure that common cold. Brewed with Columbus, Cascade, and Simcoe hops this IPA is bold and full of flavor. Coming in at 6.5% ABV, Buffalo Doctor is strong enough to remind you that you aren’t drinking a light beer but tasty enough to keep you coming back for more.
Once again, we’re taking advantage of the fact that our brewery is located within a coffee shop that roasts its own coffee. We added a little coffee to our C.R.E.A.M., just enough to make the perfect blend. This refreshingly light tasting beer gives beer drinkers some coffee with their beer. It doesn’t get any better than fresh roasted coffee added to fresh brewed beer!
Even with no real or extract fruit added to this beer, the strong fruit aroma and flavor can’t be missed. This can be attributed to the absurd amount of Mosaic hops are added at the end of the boil and during dry hopping to give NFC a huge citrus, lemon, mango, and passion fruit flavor. Don’t mistake this New England Style IPA for a glass of juice, and don’t be turned away by its unfiltered/cloudy appearance. This IPA definitely wasn’t designed to win “Most Attractive Beer”, it’s what’s inside that counts.
We know it would have been nice to have this American Brown Ale for football season, but just like the infamous Cleveland Browns, The Drive and The Fumble is late to the game. Dark in color with malty dried fruit, caramel and molasses notes, The Drive and The Fumble tips the scales to the malt side without a lot of citrus hop character. It’s a perfect sipping beet- just what is needed for those LONG Cleveland Browns games!