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.
Our newest dust beer celebrates the return of Los Gigantes, and their star catcher, Buster
Posey, for the 2018 season. Our pocket full of posies for this quadruple batch includes Citra,
Mosaic, and Simcoe Cryo.
Nug Champa is our once a year Double IPA to be released leading up to the every so important holiday on April 20th. Not to be out of theme, this beer is a veritable head-shop in a glass; smelling like a truck load of marijuana crossing state lines. Freshly trimmed pot leaves, sticky resin, and underlying notes of tangerine peel and coconut leave this beer with a complex hop profile that changes and morphs with the temperature. Exceedingly dry for its size, with simple notes of honey covered biscuits coming from the malt, Nug Champa Double IPA is deceptive in its size, and will leave you forgetting it isn't your run of the mill IPA. Cause you know, it certainly wasn't anything else causing that short term memory loss.
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.
Black Metal, a.k.a. Iron Sword, a.k.a. Blackened Death, a.k.a. El Martillo del Muerte, is a cruel and punishing beer fermented by the sheer force of its awesome will. Black Metal is dry, roasty, and fermented with farmhouse yeast.
This beer is a tribute to anyone out there who has had to experience the graveyard shift, or for those who happen to like cheesy vampire flicks. Actually its really for all of you who can't go without your morning cup of coffee. Brewed with Bird Rock Coffee Roasters's hand roasted coffee beans from Caffe Calabria, you can smell this glorious Imperial Coffee Porter as soon as the bartender starts pouring it.
It’s so great that you like coffee. I just love that about you. Speaking of which, you’re holding an oatmeal coffee stout positively redolent with coffee aroma and flavor. It’s not acrid. It’s not astringent. It doesn’t taste like that brown puddle at the bottom of the office carafe at 4pm. It kind of tastes like chocolate covered espresso beans, only drier and more like beer. It’s the full-blown coffee beer experience in a sessionable-ish package.
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 ***
Hops- Citra, Motueka, Centennial
Named for The Big Lake of the Booming Rollers in Carl Sandburg's "Rootabaga Stories"-- a beloved collection of fantastic children's stories--this beer is an aggressively hopped Citra, Motueka, and Centennial IPA. It's safe to say this will be the juiciest, mind blowing-est, most palate seducing creation to escape the Lomaland Fermentorium to date. The tropical hodge podge of hops and 6.8% ABV make it a prime candidate for crushing as we cruise into the heat of SoCal summer.