Songlines (Nelson and Galaxy dry-hop)
ABV: 4.6 %
Aboriginal farmhouse ale
Open fermented with a blend of saison yeast, brettanomyces and lactobacillus. Sessionable at 4.6% and brewed with Australian Galaxy and New Zealand Motueka hops for a bright citrus and tropical fruit flavors. This batch of Songlines was also dry-hopped with Nelson Sauvin and Galaxy hops.
ABV: 4.7 %
This American Primitive beer is brewed with fresh cropped mugwort, yarrow, anise hyssop and Nelson Sauvin hops to mimic some of the flavors of dry vermouth. Brewed as our second collaboration with our homies at Brewers Art, expect a highly aromatic and herbaceous experience with refreshing acidity.
ABV: 5.7 %
Aromatic Pale Ale
Marcus Garvey prophesized to be wary when sevens clash on the calendar. This aromatic pale ale was brewed on 7/21/14, so to guard against any disaster, it is larded with all of your favorite fruity citrus and resiny American hops. When sevens clash, you better do right.
ABV: 5.7 %
farmhouse cream ale
This recipe was inspired by the classic American pre-prohibition cream ales. Brewed with corn, oats, two-row malt and Mt. Hood hops and open fermented with our farmhouse yeasts. This rustic beer finishes dry with a full grain flavor and wispy yeast.
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.
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 keller bier is inspired by the long tradition of unfiltered pilsners and named after the iconoclastic DC movie starring the Shaw neighborhood and the great Peter Sellers in his last role.
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.