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Modern English

Golden-orange hued pale ale. Sweet, toasty malt, and light stone fruit in the aroma. English pale malt is prominent on the palate, providing a medium-body and a dry toasty profile that enhances the bitterness as well. Azacca hops offer hints of peach, melon, apricot, and orange pith. Finishes bone dry, with a long, lingering mineral finish that suggests more bitterness than was apparent on the palate.

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  • ABV: 5.1
  • IBU: 40
  • OG: 1.051
Washingtonacity

This traditional English bitter pours a burnished golden hue, with an off-white head. Earthy hops and black tea fill the aroma. Slight bitterness leads, while crystal malt sweetness and the jammy hops compete with one another. The finish is minerally and dry, with a tannic black tea-like note punctuating the end.

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Flower Assembly Pale Ale
For American Craft Beer Week, we brewed up a pale ale, hopped exclusively with Mosaic hops. Light and playful tropical 
fruit aromas invite you in, while a clean and simple malt base sets the stage for these darling hops. The tropical character 
persists on the palate, enhanced by notes of blueberry, pleasant grassiness, and a sticky resinousness that exaggerates the
dry, bitter finish of the beer. Very juicy mouthfeel, despite its dry finish.
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Treebeard Strong Pale Ale

This resinous and dank SPA is straight our of the tropical forest with notes of mango, pineapple, and orange citrus. It has a woodsy, piney, and light bisquity finish with a lingering yet smooth bitterness. Designed by IPA lovers, for IPA lovers.

 

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  • Body:
  • ABV: 5.8
  • IBU: 35
  • OG:
Paging Dr. Rudi

The doctor is in! This pale ale has ample hop character packed into a small package. Bright, bold aromas of orange and lemon with sweet melon underneath. More juicy citrus on the palate, with the melon notes becoming more apparent. Firm bitterness lingers through the finish. The beer’s name is a nod the hop “Dr. Rudi,” the only hop cultivar used in this brew.

 

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Lady Legger Pale Ale

Released each year on National Beer Day to celebrate the end of prohibition. This pale ale has a clean malt aroma with American hops neatly tucked in. Quite balanced, this beer has enough hop character to support the malt, but not overpower it. Celebrate the right to beer!

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  • ABV: 5.1%
  • IBU: 24
  • OG:
Fischer’s Fresh Hop Pale Ale

A refreshing Extra Pale Ale made with over 100 pounds of wet, whole cone MI Chinook hops, harvested locally at Hot Haus Farms in Canton, MI. A blend of Pilsner and Pale malts produce a golden-honey color and lend a slightly malty body so that the peach, nectarine, grapefruit, and fresh grass flavors from the wet hops can shine through.

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Michigan Pine Dry Hopped Pale

This dry hopped ale has a piney, resinous nose and aroma, following through to the slightly sweet, yet bitter dry finish.  It’s dry hopped with centennial hops, simcoe hops, cascade hops, and orange peel.

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Triple Stone ESB

A profusion of tangy hops dominates this British ale from the nose through the long bitter finish. Cask-conditioned and served gently carbonated at cellar temperature. A must try for IPA fans.

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  • Body:
  • ABV: 5.25%
  • IBU: 50
  • OG: 1.06
Tree Fort

A light-bodied American pale ale with a soft golden hue. It combines a subtle biscuit-like maltiness with crisp carbonation and a tangy Noble hop character with a big enticing aroma.

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  • Body:
  • ABV: 4.5%
  • IBU: 31
  • OG: 1.044

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