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Sound Suit - 5.6% West Coast IPA.  This is a beautiful little outdoor IPA, brewed with Maris Otter and Vienna malts, and hopped abundantly with Motueka, Strata, and Amarillo. We find notes of the gentlest tangerines, peach fruit cocktail, ripe strawberries, kind marijuana, and some rare white toast.

It’s Nice - 5% IPA. This is a nice little IPA brewed in collaboration with our very best pals @TheYard_Ambler. We go way back with the gang at 

The Yard, and it’s always fun having Mike put some artwork on one of our cans. We brewed this one with barley and wheat malts, and hopped it lovingly with lots of Nelson Sauvin and Cashmere. Sometimes Nelson really pops, and we’re really in love with this lot we’ve selected from Crosby Hops. We’re finding notes of white gummy bears, gooseberries,  strawberry shortcake, white pine, grapefruit breakfast bowls, and some apricot jam.

Spring Suitor - 6.5% Hazy IPA. This heavily oated hazy IPA was brewed with malted barley and malted oats, and hopped with tons of Mosaic and Amarillo. We find notes of blueberry compote, trimming marijuana, orange creamsicle, Italian orange sparkling water, ruby red grapefruit, honeydew, and a dapper young bird ready to chase his dreams.

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.

Gmork - 11% Imperial Stout Aged in Bourbon Barrels. Gmork is back and badder than ever. We brewed our big (for us) imperial stout with a ton of Maris Otter and a plethora of sexy British roasted malts, then aged it for eleven months in Knob Creek Bourbon barrels. It has decadent notes of rich vanilla bourbon, Black Forest chocolate cake, whiffs of hyacinth, sticky wet and charred oak, boozy apple cake, toasted marshmallows, a moderate opulence, and terrifying black dog. You can definitely get fucked up on this one!

Empty Sea - 8.1% Baltic Porter! A style we’ve always admired, but never yet brewed. We mashed this beer with a sizable bill of German barley and an assortment of special and roasted malts. It was fermented cold with our lovely monastic lager yeast, and lagered in the cellar for many weeks. Notes of homemade whole wheat raisin bread, star anise, burnt cookie bottoms, Thai basil, and some austere chocolate pudding.

 Solaire  - 5% Foeder Saison. Every brewery has a flagship 750ml Green Bottle, and Solaire Reserve is ours! Solaire has evolved with us over the years, starting in garages and basements (brewed with herbs and spices in some early iterations!), honing in at our original location over 10 years, and coming into its most recent incarnation at our new production brewery. This latest move has brought the addition of foeder fermentation to Solaire’s repertoire. Solaire is brewed entirely with @DeerCreekMalt spelt and barley, hopped entirely with Hallertau Hersbrucker, and is presently fermented in an oak foeder with our Foraged Yeast Culture. The foeder retains a healthy population of our mixed culture as well, so current batches of Solaire come out of the gate with a balanced fermentation profile of wild yeast, brettanomyces, and bacteria.

Solaire has notes of clean vanilla oak, tamarind soda, lemon verbena, anise hyssop, Juicy Fruit gum, cracked white pepper, a gentle acidity, and some peach sweet tarts. Solaire is a special one we’ve always been super proud of 🙂


Concertina - 3.3% Hoppy Saison Collab with @SacredViceBrewing. We had our ol’ bud Ruby from Sacred Vice over to brew a nice little hoppy saison, and we’re really digging it. We mashed in @DeerCreekMalt barley, wheat, and spelt in a slowly rising mash schedule, hopped it without fear with Mandarina Bavaria and Saaz, and fermented it with our new 2024 Foraged Yeast Culture. After primary fermentation we racked it onto some spent Citra dry hops that still had plenty of flavor to contribute, but with a bit more softness that pairs well with this small beer. It pours an almost electrically ethereal straw yellow with a stratocumulus head, and has notes of ripe white mulberries, citrusy lilac, lemon verbena, apricot juice, Juicy Fruit Gum, and a sassy hoppy dry finish. This one is a solid warm weather crusher; we recommend drinking it in the sun to get a bit of that skunky charm.

Pastures of Plenty - 6% Saison. We brewed this lovely saison with our lovely friends @OlfactoryBrewing. Phil of Olfactory has been a constant source of good vibes and genuine inspiration over the years, it’s always fun to get together and brew something special.

We brewed this one @DeerCreekMalt barley, tricticale, and wheat; hopped it with some aged whole leaf Bramling Cross, some fresh Saaz, and a good bit of Motueka lupulin; fermented with the classic saison yeast; conditioned with our mixed culture; and refermented in the bottle and keg.

We’re getting some well rounded brettanomyces lemon notes jumping out of the glass, freaky Zebra Fruit Stripe Gum, crystal clear Twizlers, classic Saaz aromatics, vanilla apple sugar, tamarind Jarritos, and a walk through some mossy woods.


Mind Palace - 4.5% Saison. This saison starts with a base of @DeerCreekMalt pale, double dutch, and wheat malts; is hopped with Strisselspalt and Hallertau Blanc; and fermented with our Foraged Yeast Culture. It pours a beautiful wildflower honey color and has notes of watermelon BlowPops, apricot lullabies, fermenting fruit bread dough, anise and tulsi in the herb garden, and the classic Saison Joi de Vivre.

Side Pulls


Dinkel Lager - 4% Spelt Lager. This beer is so damn nice. Brewed with a double decoction of  German barley and lots of German Spelt malt, hopped singularly with Saaz, fermented slow and cold with our favourite lager yeast, and spunded at the end of fermentation to capture lots of beautiful tight bubbles and extra flavors. We’re getting notes of lemon verbena, Nilla wafers with royal icing, homemade pasta and homemade white bread, and maybe a whiff of white pepper. Very guzzleable, indeed.

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.


Field Lager - 4.8% Field Lager returns! While we’ve been using solely Deer Creek Malt in all our saisons for some time now, it is really fun to showcase the local grain in a nice light lager like this one. We brewed this one entirely with @DeerCreekMalt Colonial Pilsner and hopped it with Grungeist and Mandarina Bavaria. 

We’re pretty stoked on lots of stuff at our new brewery, but maybe most of all, we are very excited about the ability to brew decoction mashes on the brewhouse. With a decoction, we remove a portion of the mash (barley and liquid mixture) and boil it, return it to the main portion, raising the temperature through a series of rests. This process can lead to really beautifully refined malt character and head retention in the finished beer. Plus it’s pretty fun to do and nerd out about with your pals from @HumanRobotBeer . With Field Lager, we did a double decoction, and we think it adds a lovely depth to this beer.

We find notes of Downingtown in the early aughts, a cloud of lemon cake, barley tea, bolted wheat flour baguettes, a mild citrus scone, and snacking on clean crackers.

Cask Ales



Appropriate Alchemy - 4.5% A delightful hoppy Pub Ale. Brewed with British Golden Promise and hopped with lots of American Strata. It has notes of citrus marmalade on fresh biscuits, orange meringue, classic British malt flavors, and an ethereally balanced finish. We brewed this one a few years back and loved it so much we had to make it again. It’s the kind of beautifully simple beer that always catches our hearts.

Pub Stout - 4.6% We brewed this proud little Pub Stout with malted and flaked barley and a lovely mix of British chocolate and roasted malt. Ambler’s hard water, while not so great on the plumbing in town, is really just perfect for dark beers like this. We’re getting notes of homemade Black Forest Cake, cold Tootsie Rolls, chocolate with caramel crunch, medium well toast, chyavanprash, and maybe a chocolate covered strawberry.


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!





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





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