Brewery Bar Tap List
Brewery Draft List
Dreamscapes - 4.5% Baby IPA. This one’s a hazy little baby brewed with barley and lots of oats; and heavily hopped with Mosaic and Sabro. Notes of dank berries, electric mango, psychedelic clementines, sweet pineapple, and confusing peaches for mangos in your fruit cocktail.
Letters Home 5.7% Lemongrass IPA. We really love lemongrass, we put it in our tea, our soap, our saisons, and yes indeed IPAs. We brewed this one with barley and wheat malts, hopped it with lots of Motueka, Comet, and Hallertau Blanc and steeped lots of freshly dried lemongrass from @OmaHerbalTeas of Schwenksville, PA. It has notes of lemon candy (somehow lemongrass is more lemony than lemons?!), snappy wheat crackers, some juicy pineapple circles, miscellaneous citrus, and some pear seltzer.
A Path to All - 8.5% 11th Anniversary DIPA. Happy 11th Birthday to us! We brewed this one with German malted barley and wheat, and hopped it with tons of Nelson Sauvin and Chinook. It’s no secret that we’re big fans of lower abv beers, but this is one damn fine DIPA if we do say so ourselves. It has lovely notes of dank white grape juice, citrusy pine boughs, tropical jelly beans, apple cider donuts, and some wild pineapple escapades.
False Peak - 5.6% West Coast Pale Ale. A lot of hoppy ales leave the malt character quietly in the background, but this one has some beautiful depth that really pops. We brewed this with barley, dark rye malt, and some crystal malt. It pours a lovely brick color with ample clarity. We excitedly hopped and dry hopped False Peak singularly with Cascade. This beer can really make you feel good about yourself and it is sure to impress your friends. We’re getting notes of strawberry citrus jam, peeling oranges and the juice spraying you lightly, Boulder Colorado, dried fruit trail mix, resiny pine, old person candies, and just plain classy hoppy beer.
Guest Tap - Attic Brewing Funktoberfest
Pigeon of the Peak - 6% British IPA. This is one fine daddy IPA. We mashed Maris Otter and some crystal malt, hopped it in the kettle (only the kettle!) with East Kent Golding, Columbus, and Wolf, and fermented it with our London ale yeast. Such a fine beer, it’s hoppy, without the hops being the dominant thing; the malt character is there, but it finishes dry; you can really just drink it! It has notes of orange cream, fresh bread, grapefruit breakfast, granola, apple pie, and even some Twizlers.
Weather Man 3.3% Our super dope grisette, Weather Man, returns and this time he is totally oated! We brewed this batch with @DeerCreekMalt and a solid percentage of oats, hopped it with Hersbrucker, Saphir, and Grungeist, and fermented it with our Foraged Yeast Culture. We were stoked on the last batch of this one, and this oated batch pops just as well. We’re tasting classic saison Juicy Fruit Gum notes, white peppercorns, our favourite ethereal pasta water, ripe Asian pears, whiffs of anise, miscellaneous herbs drying, and the Saison Joie de Vivre. With 3.3 abvs, you can have fun with this one all day long.
The Cloud of Unknowing - 6% A citrusy saison brewed with barley and wheat from @DeerCreekMalt, hopped with Grungeist and Opal, fermented with our 2021 Foraged Yeast Culture, and naturally carbonated and conditioned with orange and calamansi. Super bright refreshing notes of tart San Peligrino creamcicles, top shelf Juicy Fruit Gum, classic ripe in season navel oranges, a bit of vanilla, and some etheric multigrain home bakes. 6 Percent can get you going too, if you’re looking.
The Lady - 4.5% Saison. Our beloved Lady is back! Mashed with local barley and spelt from Deer Creek Malthouse, hopped with an exuberant amount of Hersbrucker, fermented with our foraged yeast, and conditioned in the can for extra character and maximum tiny bubbles. Our 2021 foraged yeast reminds us of some of the most classic european examples of saison, with a lovely balance between bright fruit and classic saison spiciness. Lemon curd, layers of herbs and nuance leading to a dry and refreshing finish. Always believe!
Altered Fates - 4.5% Barrel Aged Saison Collaboration with Bissel Brothers Brewing Co.
We had a great day brewing this beer with Noah and Eric from Bissel Brothers in Portland, Maine. We mashed in pale malted barley from @DeerCreekMalt, hopped it with Saphir and Tettnang hops, fermented with our Foraged Yeast Culture, aged it in one of our oak foeders with our mixed culture, and conditioned it in bottled for extra flavors and lots of tiny bubbles. We are currently tasting notes of clean ripe donut peaches, wild brettanomyces, tamarind Jarritos, zebra-style Fruit Stripe Gum, apple pie baking, a refreshing acidity, and wet white oak.
Chapel Lager - 3.5% Light Lager. When the lid is made of gold, a lager you are sold. This is a real fun one. We’ve often thought of our beloved saison Solaire as what a lager might taste like as seen through the lens of a rustic farmhouse brewing tradition. With this beer we took the base recipe of Solaire, malted barley and spelt from @deercreekmalt, and Hersbrucker hops, but ermented it with our favourite lager yeast at cold temps (quite the opposite of the hot saison fermentation). We managed the fermentation like we do for all our lagers, and spunded at the end of fermentation to capture all the natural carbonation. We’re getting notes of nostalgic regional light lagers, herbal pear seltzer, maybe some vanilla sugar, boiling homemade pasta, anise hyssop, and good times at the bowling alley. A real guzzleable light lager if you ask us.
House Lager - 4.5% More fresh cans of House Lager! We love this beer so dang much. This one features a lovely base of German Pilsner malt and layers and layers of Saphir and Saaz hops. Fermented slow and cold. We’re tasting notes of barley crackers, lemon verbena, when herbs get that citrus flavor, sparkling pear cider, apple strudel, and drifting clouds to carry you to a happy place.
Guest Beer - Trouble's End Festbier
Best Bitter - 4.2% This is the kind of beer where you can eat the whole loaf. Brewed with quality British Maris Otter, two types of Crystal malt, and hopped with the classiest East Kent Goldings. We’re tasting lovely notes of fresh homemade wheat bread, cottage marmalade, well seasoned firewood, craisins and dried cherries, classic London-style yeast character, and a couple digestive biscuits. Get moreish!
E.S.B. - 5.6% Brewed with a rich base of British Golden Promise and a beautiful mix of British specialty malts; hopped with East Kent Goldings and a bit of Fox and Columbus; and fermented with our favourite British ale yeast. We’re getting real classic notes of country store marmalade, cherry pie, comforting crystal malts, and appropriately sassy bitterness, some digestif biscuits, and lovely dry finish with whiffs of caramel.
Stone Flower - 4% Munich Pub AleA superb little Fall pubber. Brewing our Festbier really got us thinking about using more Munich malt as the colder months begin to roll in. We brewed this one with 100% Munich malt and hopped it with Fuggles and dash of Styrian Wolf.This pub ale presents a gorgeous golden honey hue and wafts with a nose of freshly baked bread and candy. Beautiful notes of dark berry jams atop medium setting toast, dark chewy candies, and those classic British esters.
Gin and Tonic - Manatawny Stillworks Gin, house-made tonic $10
Vodka and Tonic - Boardroom Spirits Vodka, house-made tonic $10
Vodka Hibiscus - Boardroom Spirits Vodka, house-made hibiscus tonic $10
Vodka Strawberry Basil - Boardroom spirits vodka, house-made strawberry basil tonic. $10
Galen Glen 2020 Rose - Lehigh Valley, PA $12
Galen Glen 2020 Gruner Veltliner - Lehigh Valley, PA $12
Allegro 2018 Cabernet Franc - Adams County, PA $12
House Made Sparkling Mineral Water - $2
N/A Spritz and Tonic - Mineral Water with house made tonic, brewed with gentian root, citrus, and a touch allspice and cardamom. $4
N/A Hibiscus Tonic - Mineral Water with house made tonic, brewed with gentian root, citrus, hibiscus, anise and a touch cinnamon. $4
Athletic Brewing Co - Free Wave Hazy IPA n/a - 12oz can $6
Apple Juice - $2