Blasphemy is our QUAD aged in bourbon barrels. Blasphemy should have gentle vanilla oaky notes, which complement rather than supersede the complex qualities that already make QUAD such an incredible beer.
Weizenbock. Collaboration with Tölzer Mühlfeldbräu of Germany. Wheat beer with caramel & bready flavors which give it a malty & rich, full-bodied character with faint notes of raisin & molasses. Very creamy and complex, with slight banana and clove notes.
Cinnamon added to Insanity while it ages in whiskey barrels results in a smooth 13.3% ABV brew, which brings a complementary note of cinnamon to the already present notes of bourbon, cherry and vanilla.
D’Tango Unchained is a 9.6% ABV Belgian-Style Dark Ale brewed with cherries (AKA Tango), which we then aged in oak barrels with Brettanomyces.
Dallas Sucks is a 4.5% ABV totally downable pale ale that was brewed with our friends that bleed green at Jose Pistola’s.
Festeweizen is a hybrid style combining the flavors of a German fest beer and a German Hefeweizen. Brewed using Vienna and wheat malts with a traditional German Hefeweizen yeast, this 5% ABV beer is malty and medium-bodied with subtle floral and citrus notes.
Finally Legal is a 13.5% ABV bourbon barrel aged stout with rich chocolate flavor with hints of vanilla and a touch of smoky bacon.
India Pale Lager. Collaboration with Cape May Brewing. High-octane IPL dry-hopped with two exotic hop varieties – Wakatu from New Zealand and Hallertau Blanc from Germany.
Raspberry Imperial Stout
Imperial Stout brewed with raspberries and cocoa. This full-flavored brew is slightly roasty with hints of dark chocolate and subtle raspberry notes.
Shuck Yeah! Oyster Stout
Brewed with Deer Creek Malt and oyster shells from 3rd & Ferry Fish Market (Easton, PA) for Easton Clam Jam 2016, this 5% ABV dry oyster stout is smooth & roasty, with a rich mouthfeel and subtle hints of the sea.
Suds for Spuds
American Pale Ale brewed with Citra and experimental hops.
Tarte Nouveau, 3.9% ABV, is kettle-soured with lactobacillus. This tart beer pours pale yellow with a large, dense, white head.