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Big Hair

A very pale ale, with a white cap of foam. Juicy peach and tropical undertones harmonize in the aroma. The fruit persists on the palate, joined by pithy bitterness, and resinous American hops, perched upon subdued malt sweetness. The beer’s medium-light body, and long, minerally finish, ensure the continued enjoyment of successive pints.

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  • Body:
  • ABV: 5.9
  • IBU: 63
  • OG: 1.058
Shark Jumper DIPA

Resinous and dank with hints of apricot and meyer lemon.

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Precious Metal IPA

Precious Metal pours gold, with a white cap of foam. Apricot, pine, and candied citrus fruit mingle in the nose, while apricot becomes more prominent on the palate. The bitterness is firm, but not unbalanced, letting the clean malt profile peak through toward the end of the sip. Finishes dry, with a hint of malt and hops lingering behind.

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  • Body:
  • ABV: 6.8%
  • IBU: 43
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Cross St India Pale Ale

Brewed with lemongrass, this exotic and round IPA is citrus forward and has a light vinous quality to it. It has a subtle spice flavor with lingering notes of dill and thyme. The Sauvignon Blanc characteristics of the sorachi Ace hop and lemongrass combo create a refreshing experience before finishing out with a light chewiness from the touch of wheat added to the boil.

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Uncle Mitch IPA

Uncle Mitch is an American IPA bursting with peach, pineapple, and dank aromas. The beer delivers ample resinous, tropical fruit character, with a smooth bitterness that lasts through the long, dry finish.

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Woodsy IPA

An American IPA, deep gold in color, inundated with American hops.  Strong pine notes upfront with citrus and tropical fruit rounding out the aroma. Resinous American hops and unapologetic bitterness hit the palate, with a moderate dry finish and lingering bitterness.

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40 Years Gone

An American IPA brewed by our dear friends and ABC Hall of Famers Jeff and Susan Rankert.  Their recipe pays tribute to the Pabst Brewing Company’s Ballantine IPA that Jeff first tasted in 1974.  Our favorite description for this beer comes from Beer Advocate:  “It is not polite. Its flavors are almost defiant- a huge nose with hops and malt struggling for control, a bit of oak, just the right carbonation and an insanely long finish worthy of any hop-head.”

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  • Body:
  • ABV: 7.2
  • IBU: 90
  • OG:
G6 Rye IPA

Brewed with 6 malts and 6 hops (ample rye malt, and liberal amounts of earthy, resinous hops), this rye pale ale pours golden, finishes slightly spicy and dry, and urges another pint to be poured.

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  • Body:
  • ABV: 5.7%
  • IBU: 50
  • OG: 1047
Gobsmacked batch 3000 IPA

19 years and 3000 batches later, we brewed an India Pale Ale inspired by those classic IPAs brewed in the Burton-upon-Trent region in England, some 150 years ago. Crafted from all British ingredients. Notes of soft pear and faint honey precede the delicate, bready malt body that sets the stage for classic U.K. hops. Floral, earthy, and grassy. A retrospective on a style that continues to inspire a hop revolution today.

 

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Kaladega Knights

This sessionable ale packs plenty of full flavor and aroma into a medium-light body that leaves plenty of room for a second, or third, or… Brewed with black and roasted malts and lots of late addition cascades and dry-hopped with horizon and amarillo for a mildly roasty and enticingly hoppy character. Kala means black in Hindi and the name is a takeoff on one of our favorite movies.

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