tart cream saison
We open fermented and dry-hopped our farmhouse cream ale, King Harvest, with our house blend of brettanomyces and lactobacillus. Inspired by classic American pre-prohibition cream ales, King Harvest packs corn, oats, American two-row malt and lots of Mt. Hood hops. Expect wonderful yeast funk, bright acidity and hoppy loveliness.
A rustic, dry-dropped saison brewed with rye. Dry and spicy. Open fermented with brettanomyces and lactobacillus.
Péche Barrel Gnosis
We added our house culture of wild yeast and lactic acid to our tripel, Gnosis, then fermented it in peach mead barrels from our friends at Millstone American Farmhouse Cidery. The result is a an ultra-lush and layered bit of decadence. Sorry, no growler fills :(
india pale ale
This is where you go to get your lupulin fix! Saturated with sticky, juicy Mosaic, Equinox, and Columbus hops, this beer is brewed with wildflower honey from Stoney Apiaries in Pennsylvania.
farmhouse ale with citrus
Open fermented with our rustic farmhouse yeasts and brewed with plenty of wheat, black limes, Cascade and Nelson Sauvin hops. Expect impressions of bright citrus, yeast magic, and open fields.
strong golden ale
When 624 T Street was Frank Holiday’s Pool Hall, young Duke Ellington would sneak out of his mother’s house in Shaw and play jazz piano here. This is our sophisticated ode to the indomitable Duke. Dry and effervescent with yeast derived fruit and spice. Growler fill: $14.
The Lubitsch Touch
Light and refreshing, with a smoky finish. This pale rauchbier, brewed with a mix of smoked malts, is a nod to the old German-style gratzer.
Named after the silent era Scandinavian documentary on witchcraft, Häxan is brewed with an assortment of roasted malts and oats. Full bodied with round notes of coffee and dark chocolate.
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.