Tuesday, November 20, 2018


Back in stock....

The Bruery Mischief...$11.99   4pk / 16oz cans
Mischief is a hoppy Belgian-style golden strong ale. This wickedly good golden ale is fiendishly dry-hopped with American hops to add a layer of complexity and mystery to its fruity, dry Belgian-style character. Citrus and resin diabolically combine with ripe melon, pear and slight peppery spice in a precariously effervescent mixture. Enjoy it, but you’ll want to keep an eye out.
8.5% ABV
Gold Medal - 2016 Great American Beer Festival
Bronze Medal - 2018 Great American Beer Festival

The Bruery Or Xata Horchata.....$11.99 4pk / 16oz cans
Horchata is a traditional, sweet, milky drink originating in Spain and Latin America that has become quite popular in Southern California, particularly with Mexican cuisine. Our homage to the traditionally non-alcoholic drink is a blonde ale brewed with a heavy dosing of rice, cinnamon and vanilla along with lactose for a little extra creamy character. These ingredients meld together to create a taste and experience that hints at horchata, but it's much more than that. The flavor is hard to describe, but for those who know it, you know you love it.
7.2% ABV

The Bruery Terreaux Saison Ardennes...$4.99 / 375ml
Saison Ardennes is a tart saison, hand-crafted to embody the dependable, spirited nature of a classic Belgian-style farmhouse ale. This includes a crisp malt profile, rustic floral and spice notes and lively carbonation. Our rendition expresses further depth and character from its fermentation and maturation in a large oak foeder. Saison Ardennes will continue to pleasantly evolve in the bottle, thanks to the presence of wild yeast added for bottle conditioning.

The Bruery 11 Pipers Piping...$8.99 / 750ml
Scotland is known for its bagpipes and it's beers, and this Scotch-style ale adds Belgian Candi sugar to the mix, giving it deep notes of toffee and dried fruit accented by the spicy herbal aroma of coriander. The eleventh verse in our Twelve Days of Christmas series, 11 Pipers Piping is an extra-smooth and malty, full-bodied jig of a beer.
10.8% ABV

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