Style: Double IPA
This slightly hazy ale is juicy with citrus notes along with a heavy malt bill round out this intense IPA that finishes smooth, clean with a distinct hop nose. The Docksider IPA was dry hopped two times versus one time in our Lost Compass IPA.
Our new IPA starts with an extensive aroma from the malts and four hop varieties, ranging from pine and citrus to floral and caramel notes. The malts bring a rich accent with hints of biscuit and caramel which leaves a pleasant taste on the back end that invites you back for another sip.
Style: Hazy IPA
A very sessionable hazy IPA that goes down smooth. Not completely unfiltered like some hazies, this beer has more of a subtle haze without as much of the cloudy hop bitterness. At 4.6% abv, this is an all day drinker made for a hot summer day.
Style: Red Lager
Single Malt-Single Hops a.k.a. a “SMASH” style. High Forest emerged on the idea of the color red. Using German Red X and UK Pilgrim Hops, this malty beer showcases the pear-like quality of the Pilgrim without it being too overwhelming. Supreme refreshment in the simplest way possible.
Style: Imperial Pilsner
Lagered for a full month. A light and bright pale lager inspired by Winona's German immigrant brewers who had their own take on the Czech classic that was enjoyed by many. Named for this beautiful section of the Mississippi River.
Style: Berliner Weisse
A Northern Germany variation of the white beer style. Moonlight White has a distinctive, but not overpowering, tartness. A pleasant wheat bite rounds the complex flavors of stone-fruit and citrus. This beer lives up to its reputation as the most refreshing beer style in the world and a great entry into sour beers. For an added treat try it mixed with a shot of house-made grapefruit soda. We call it a Radler.
A slightly hazy IPA with puree from real Blood Oranges added for a citrus bump that gives this beer a nice summer zest. With a healthy malt backbone and 4 hop varieties, the Blood Orange balances everything out and lends a smooth finish to this delicious summer IPA.
STYLE: DRY STOUT
TROUBLE MAKER IS A CLASIC DRY STOUT, JET BLACK WITH A TAN HEAD AND A BOUQUET OF FLAVORS. ROASTED GRAINS, COCOA NIBS, AND TART CHERRY PUREE GIVES THIS BEER AN ESPRESSO-LIKE BITTERNESS THAT PAIRS GREAT WITH ITS DARK CHOCOLATE AND TART CHERRY NOTES. THE ONLY TROUBLE YOU’LL HAVE, IS PUTTING IT DOWN.
STYLE: BROWN ALE
THIS YEAR’S LATE SUMMER SEASONAL IS THE BEMERSYDE BROWN. THE BEMERSYDE HOUSE IS A HISTORIC HOUSE IS SCOTLAND DATING BACK TO 1535. OUR HEAD BREWER HAS FAMILY TIES TO THE REGION AS FAR BACK AS 1100 AD. THE BEMERSYDE BROWN IS A TRADITIONAL ENGLISH BROWN THAT IS MALT FORWARD WITH NOTES OF CARAMEL, CHOCOLATE, AND BISCUT. COME ON DOWN TO TRY THE BEST BROWN ALE AROUND.