A more tropical approach to your “West Coast” style IPA; Maui Waui has proven to be one of our more popular beers! This single malt IPA is light in color and body; with a soft bitterness. The Mosaic and Citra hops give strong aromas and flavors of guava, pineapple, and mango.
Beers at Fieldwork seem to fall from the branches of our family tree with no rhyme or reason, slowly drifting to the ground only to be swept up and never poured again. It struck us that one of our favorite hop pairings had not been done in a while after the murder of an unidentified IPA from our line-up. To bring back the Citra and El Dorado romance we loved so dearly, we brewed up a new Double IPA; Leaves of Fate. This responsibly sized hop cannon is loaded with the aforementioned hops resulting in a Double IPA that is sticky to the taste with orange juice, tangerine peel, passion fruit, and honeysuckle. A fair bit of malt balances out the soft bitterness to make it a fairly hefty Double IPA that delivers from its beginning to its end.
Bright, rustic and complex, Resonance is an elegant new take on the classic saison style. A blend of two fermentations -- one dry and earthy, one tart -- creates juicy citrus notes, balanced by subtle spice and an effervescent finish. This beer is dynamic, melodic and pleasantly surprising on the palate, a simple luxury welcome at any dinner party.
We got together with our homies at Bottle Logic to whip up this preposterously tadty Berliner. Stuffed to the gills with rhubarb, red and black raspberries, coconut, and vanilla. This tart, funky fruit-fest sports intense tartness from the rhubarb, followed by delicious notes of raspberry jam and creamy coconut & vanilla. It’s like a liquid slice of blackberry pie with a dollop of whipped cream on top.
The new ingredient is lactose, a.k.a. milk sugar. When Velvet Merlin is brewed with milk sugar to create Nitro Merlin Milk Stout, the effect is similar to adding cream to your dark roasted coffee. The result is a stout that is still dark and roasty, but now with a mellow sweetness and added roundness of body.
The flavor: cold. The crushability: maximum. Ice is our very first pils, and it brings the noise. Hopped with Czech Saaz and Australian Summer hops, before, like, so many weeks of lagering, Ice packs the flavor of the mighty San Diego mountains into a compact 4.8% ABV package.
Westfalia packs rich, caramel flavors into a rounded, mahogany body through a colorful blend of creamy malts. Traditionally fermented at cooler temperatures, Westfalia’s rotbier style showcases a layered malt profile that creates a smooth, satisfying mouthfeel, perfect for any meal or enjoyed on its own. Inspired by a trip to Nuremberg, Germany, Westfalia imports an exemplary red ale to audiences closer to home.
Like Lady Liberty, we stand for independence and perseverance. In the pursuit of innovative beer, there is no obstacle too great. No journey too long. No fruit too gigantic. This American wheat beer is brewed with real watermelon, for a flavor that’s surprisingly crisp, dry and refreshing—summer in a can.
Mighty Dry is a champagne-like cider that pairs perfectly with any moment of the day. It’s just dry enough. It's perfectly balanced, and crispy (if not crispier) as biting into a freshly picked apple. Pairs greatly with pork, shellfish, fried plantains, or savory veggie dishes.
Our flagship semi-sweet hard cider. Our attempt at the perfect sip! Strong fruity apple characteristics accompanied by the refreshing tartness of biting into a ripe apple. *** Formerly known as South City Cider ***
Generously dry-hopped with Amarillo and Simcoe for a bright, piney punch, 1500 brings together orange blossom and grapefruit notes with a touch of honey sweetness. We don’t like choosing favorites, but 1500 is our perfect everyday hoppy beer.