India Pale Ale
Light in body and heavy in hops, this beer should satisfy the hop lover in you. Citrus and herbal flavors imparted by the generous use of Sorachi Ace and Cascade hops will leave you wanting another.
5.75%ABV 44 IBU’s
6 Weeks of fermentation time gives this lager an incredibly smooth flavor. The genuine German lager yeast creates a crispy body with a slightly dry finish. Then a dose of late addition hops gives this beer just enough aroma and bitterness to make it interesting.
4.4%ABV 12 IBU’s
Enjoy the aroma of fresh blueberries before even sipping this delightful beer. Then take a sip, and notice how the crisp and light malt flavors blend perfectly with the blueberries. *
4.9%ABV 7 IBU’s
Irish Red Ale
Floor malted English pale malt and a blend of Crystal malts give this beer its rich flavor and deep ruby color. North American hops are added to bring the malt into balance and lend a subtle citrus aroma.
6.3%ABV 20.3 IBU’s
Owen’s takes on a classic style. Brewed with German wheat and pilsner malts as well as rolled oats, coriander and orange peel. Then fermented with a classic Belgian yeast that imparts a slightly peppery and spicy flavor.
5.0%ABV 15.0 IBU’s
Rich and creamy, dark and mysterious, this stout has it all. The fullness of the oatmeal is balanced by the roasted sharpness. The nitro tap males this beer even smoother and enjoyable.
5.5%ABV 27 IBU’s
Brewed with rich flavored base malts to keep it balanced and lightly spiced with a blend of cinnamon, ginger, clove and orange peel. *
5.9%ABV 11.0 IBU’s
A light and refreshing ale with low bitterness and a juicy watermelon finish sure to quench your thirst.
4.5%ABV 8.0 IBU’s.
This Schwarzbier, which is German for “black beer” is dark in color, but surprisingly light in body. Its smooth and clean body comes from a cold and slow lager fermentation. Low in bitterness and unexpectedly refreshing, this is the perfect beer to help fight off the winter. *
4.8%ABV 17.0 IBU’s
*currently at our Westborough Brewery location.
A word about IBU’s: IBU’s stands for International Bitterness Units. The higher the number, the more bitter the beer. However the human pallet is more complex than just numbers, and a sweeter beer more bitterness to be balanced, so don’t just judge a beer by its numbers. Be adventurous-try new things!