ABV: 7.1% IBU: 65
New England IPAs are more rounded that most other IPAs, bringing you the flavors and aromas of your favorite hops without any sharp bitterness through late hopping and dry hopping with a generous helping of haze. Our New England-style IPA is brewed with oatmeal raisin cookies and lactose, and then double dry hopped with Amarillo & Citra hops.
ABV: 5.2% IBU: 27
In Latin American marketplaces, you can buy polvo de horchata ("horchata powder"); ingredients are roasted, boiled, ground into powder, and sold in bags. Take it home and mix it with water or, for a richer drink, milk. Inspired by a Nicaraguan recipe, the bitterness of the dark roasted malts in our Horchata Stout is balanced by the sweetness that comes from the milk sugars, the rich flavors of Ecuadorian Cacao and Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla, and the subtle and delicate flavor of Ceylon Cinnamon. It is a beer as nuanced and complex as the tropical volcanic landscape of Nicaragua.
ARMENIAN COFFEE STOUT
ABV: 7.7% IBU: 27
Armenian coffee, or soorj, is a truly unique beverage made with finely ground coffee beans mixed directly with water and heated over an open flame in a special pot, called a jazve, until boiling. This thick and full-bodied beverage is a tradition enjoyed in the Near East, Mediterranean, and Middle East. Our stout with Armenian Coffee added pays homage to this centuries-old coffee brewing tradition.
EYE OF THE STORM
ABV: 4.6% IBU: 18.7
Unfiltered Belgian witbieren ("white beers") were named for the cloudiness created by the yeast in suspension, and the traditional crispness and slight tang are due to the high level of wheat used in the mash. Our Belgian-style Witbier is brewed with true-to-style coriander and orange peel, but given a Pacific Plate twist and pink hue with the addition of hibiscus. The name refers to the area of calmer weather found at the center of strong tropical cyclones, and at 4.6% ABV, it's the perfect brew to enjoy when you're looking for your own calmer weather.
TOM YUM BEER
ABV: 5.3% IBU: 22
Inspired by the city of Bangkok, we bring you this unique marriage of craft beer and Thai cuisine; Tom Yum Beer. Developed with 7 Bangkok Craft Brewing Company, this light-bodied and easy-drinking American Wheat Ale is brewed with the signature ingredients of Tom Yum soup, including fresh chopped lemongrass, hand-picked kaffir lime leaves, and grated galangal. Enjoy with or without soup!
ABV: 5.1% IBU: 22
First brewed along the Rhine River in Cologne, Germany, kölsch is a unique beer style fermented warm with ale yeast and then conditioned at cold temperatures like a lager. The result is the best of both beer worlds; a light, easy-drinking beer that finishes crisp and clean. Brewed using German malt and hops, our kölsch took home the bronze medal at the 2018 Los Angeles International Beer Competition and 2nd Place at the 2019 California State Fair Commercial Beer Competition.
ABV: 6.5% IBU: 65
Our Mango IPA is a unique blend of West Coast IPA and tropical fruit. In Latin America, street vendors serve drinks known as aguas frescas, or "fresh waters", which are a refreshing blend of fruit, water, and sugar that can be enjoyed at any time. We built on this concept and added fresh Ecuadorean mangoes to a West Coast IPA brewed with Citra, Chinook and Centennial hops.
ABV: 6.5% IBU: 65
Guava IPA combines tropical fruit with a traditional West Coast IPA. Part of our series of IPAs brewed in tribute to aguas frescas, or "fresh waters" sold by Latin American street vendors, we added fresh pink Ecuadorean guava to a West Coast IPA brewed with Citra, Chinook and Centennial hops.
WHITE RHINO IPA
ABV: 8.0% IBU: 83
We have teamed up with Global Conservation Force, an organization dedicated to saving wildlife from extinction through education, anti-poaching, and conservation efforts. White Rhino IPA is part of our Brews for APUs series, created to spread awareness of endangered species and aid anti-poaching units in South Africa. This brew directly supports GCF’s Operation Rhino Shield, which is dedicated to protecting their flagship species, disappearing at a rate of three per day. Wildlife trafficking and the black market continue to threaten rhinos because of growing demands for their keratin horn, believed to contain medicinal properties but has been proven to have no such effects. We are glad to support their multi-focal approach which helps raise funds to support anti-poaching units and bring awareness to communities locally and abroad. Raise a pint to conservation!