We utilized Belma, Citra, and Huell Melon hops to impart refreshing flavors of grapefruit, orange zest, and honeydew into this extra pale IPA. Blonde roasted oats and wheat malt provide a silky-smooth body.
Kuyt is a historic style of beer originating in the Netherlands. Popular in the 1300s-1600s, it features a grist of 45% oat malt, 20% wheat malt, and 35% malted barley. Light in color with a smooth body, crisp grainy bread flavor, and very slight hop presence.
With our favorite time of year approaching (Oktoberfest), we decided to make a Lake Haze using only German ingredients. Mandarina Bavaria, Hallertau Blanc, and Ariana hops produce intense flavors of orange marmalade, lemongrass, and gooseberry.
Also known as “Polish Champagne,” Grodziskie is a style of beer that is low in alcohol, highly carbonated, hopped like a pilsner, and uses only oak smoked wheat for the malt base. Extremely light with a noticeable but not overpowering smoke and hop flavor.