American Primitive Beer
The Invisible City of Bladensburg our historic ship's beer, is brewed in commemoration of the War of 1812. Freshly cropped spruce tips were added to the kettle (to prevent scurvy of course) and the beer was open fermented with brettanomyces and lactobacillus just like the good ole' days.
Range Life (Equinox)
Hop-focused wheat beer
Each batch of our peripatetic and hop-focused wheat beer is brewed with an evolving hopping scheme. This batch was brewed with a generous amount of the newly released hop Equinox, imparting a floral aroma with notes of citrus and tropical fruits.
The Lubitsch Touch
Our pale rauchbier is brewed with a mix of smoked malts for complexity and is a nod to the old German-style grätzer. A bit of campfire in a glass.
Our Country Alt is open-fermented with our house saison strain. Dark and toasty, but refreshing with an accentuated bitterness. The beer references the old tradition of Düsseldorf Altbier, but with a Walloon accent.
Songlines is our Aboriginal Farmhouse Ale fermented with saison yeast and brettanomyces. This is the same recipe we've brewed in the past, only this time we dry-hopped it with Nelson Sauvin which gives it a distinct white wine grape character.
Danish ship's beer
Our ship's beer looks to the forgotten tradition of Scandinavian table beers. This smoky old style was brewed to sustain hardy Danish seafarers. Brewed with rye, as well as a combination of smoked malts.
Our rustic farmhouse wheat ale is fermented with a mix of yeasts from some of our favorite traditional breweries. Very dry and sprite; bright with pepper and acidity. Named after visionary jazz player Ornette Coleman. Open fermented.
Raised by Wolves
aromatic pale ale
Our medium-bodied, aromatic, dry-hopped pale ale is loaded with lush and tropical hop character. Not quite an IPA, but more pungent than a typical pale ale. Juicy with aromas of citrus and stone fruit.