Motorworks – Indy IPA – This American IPA is filtered and bittered with high alpha hops from the Pacific Northwest. The color is sunset orange and hazy with floral and herbal aromas. Grapefruit and orange on the palate, while also exhibiting some pineyness. Drying in the finish but supported with pale malt and a medium body.
Sam Adams – Hopscape – Four types of West Coast hops add bold notes of pine and juicy grapefruit to this deep golden wheat ale, for a crisp flavor that’s a refreshing escape from winter’s lingering chill.
Sam Adams – Fresh As Helles – The soft citrus of orange blossom adds a bright accent to the slightly sweet honey malt notes in this Helles lager, leading to a round, smooth finish.
Urban Artifact – Thoroughbred – Imperial Amber Lager aged in Bourbon barrels with Brettanomyces claussenii.
Wild Cultures – Urban Artifact Lactobacillus, Sacaromyces Pastorianus, Brettanomyces Claussenii.
Sam Adams – Rebel Raw – Hoppiness is happiness. If you don’t like big hop bitterness, this beer isn’t for you. It’s unfiltered so there is all sorts of hoppy goodness in every can – but that also means it’s a little cloudy. The recipe is “raw” because it’s evolving. Turn over the can and make sure it’s brewery fresh. Drink it now! We recklessly shoved hops in here so that you can enjoy a fresh blast of hops from every sip.
Alaskan Brewing Company – Smoked Porter – The dark, robust body and pronounced smoky flavor of this limited edition beer make it an adventuresome taste experience. Alaskan Smoked Porter is produced in limited “vintages” each year and, unlike most beers, may be aged in the bottle, much like fine wine.