This Belgian Witbier is a nice light brew for those days when you just need a light refreshing brew. With Orange Peel and Coriander, just taste the Forbidden Fruit!
This is a milk stout, and be forewarned, there is lactose in this beer. The lactose contributes to a creamy head which washes through to a deep kilned coffee/chocolate flavor to savor.
Grandma Diedisch hailed from Luxembourg, and this German style Roggenbier with plenty of Rye malt honors her heritage. Rye imparts a decidedly different flavor to a beer.
This ale is in honor of D P Wigley, a Welsh immigrant who helped make Racine what it was in the early 1900’s. This is an English style ale.
Let this very light pilsner wash over you like waves over the breakers. Light foamy head.
We think you can guess what this beer is based off of, but there is no green bottle, and no skunk involved…
An imperial blonde ale, a bit more alcohol, a bit more flavor.
This is an easy to drink, Czech style Premium Lager, with classic malts and hops. An easy drinking pilsner with the classic Saaz hop character, and just a little bitterness.
This Imperial IPA was made a bit differently than most brews. No hops were added (hence on the Lam) until the last 30 minutes of the boil, thus avoiding some of the bitterness that comes from 60 minute hop additions. The result is brilliant hop aroma and flavor, without the accompanying bitterness that is often left on the tongue after drinking.
In the long view of the history of beer, American Pale Ale is a newcomer. Based on English Pale Ale, American brewers adapted this style into something new. Born out of the reverence English Pale Ales gained during the 1980’s American beer scene, APA is the bold, hoppier cousin of Pale Ale. With an emphasis on American hops, APA is gaining popularity with breweries racing to make these ales with such great hop characters. This beer was made many times with different single hops until we found the perfect hop for this recipe. But since tastes vary, so will the hop from time to time.