Here's where you'll find what's on tap in the taproom.
Lancaster's Lager. The beer formerly known as 225 Lager. A brilliantly clear light straw color is the first thing one notices, followed by ample carbonation and an aroma of malty sweetness and earthy undertones. The flaked corn contributes to the flavor, which is dry but still just sweet enough. The Cascade hops fill out the flavor with earth and herbal spiciness. The perfect sipper, we challenge you to find an easier drinking lager anywhere.
This simple Czech-style pilsner is exactly the beer we want to drink. Using only pilsner malt, the beer pours bright straw yellow. It is also filtered for maximum clarity and crispness. The aroma that wafts off of Charter ‘77 is grapey malt and continental hops- Hallertau Mittelfrüh and Czech Saaz hops, to be exact- green tea, grass, and slightly earthiness. We fermented Charter ‘77 with our house lager strain and lagered it for a good while. The flavor is slightly sweet, grassy, earthy, with a smooth mouthfeel and pleasant carbonation.
Paideia Pale Ale
Paideia for the Greeks meant the development of the perfectly well-rounded citizen. This single-hopped pale ale uses Citra hops and a blend of malts to create a bright aroma and flavors with little bitterness. We think you’ll find our Paideia to be perfectly well-rounded, capturing the essence of the Greek ideal.
3LB IPA was originally named for the 3 pounds of cascade hops that we put in every barrel. This well balanced IPA gives the drinker a powerful hop experience while maintaining a malty sweetness which allows the uninitiated to appreciate its grapefruit characteristics. We trust you will find 3 lb. a pleasurable way to consume hops.
In ancient times, libations were drink offerings poured out to deities. This Double IPA combines a variety of hop
flavors balanced by a malty sweetness. We offer you our Libation, a drink truly fit for the gods.
Hegemony, another name for imperial supremacy, is as powerful as its name implies. This imperial stout offers a chocolatey sweetness balanced with roasty notes from the dark malts and a slight bitterness from centennial hops. As your taste buds surrender to the strength and complexity of our imperial stout we believe you too will become a convert.
Irish-style ale made in collaboration with Tellus360, with Lancaster County ingredients.
Ace In the Hole Stout
Using copious dark malts and a special base malt, Ace in the Hole pours opaque black, with the signature cascade effect from being dispensed with nitrogen. Black patent malt, brown malt, and roasted barley dominate the aroma. Mouthfeel is silken. Flavors of molasses and slight bitterness from English hops lead into a very dry finish, with almost no residual sweetness.
Legends And Lore
Legend has it that our chai tea milk stout is the perfect cold weather beverage. Roasted barley, black malt, and chocolate malt contribute the dark color and unsweetened chocolate flavors, and lactose provides some body and creamy mouthfeel. Ten gallons of chai tea concentrate were added during the boil, and this layers cinnamon, clove, allspice, and faint notes of honey on top of the dark beer base. Clocking in at a perfectly quaffable 4.5% ABV, Legends and Lore is sure to warm the soul on cold fall and winter evenings.
80 Shilling Ale
The next installment of our English Origins series isn't English at all, but Scottish. 80 Shilling refers to the cost of a barrel of this particular style of beer. It was priced above other ales, such as 60 Shilling or Bitter, and the higher price was reflected in higher quality ingredients. Our 80 Shilling ale is a medium brown with off-white head. Pouring into a glass, the aromas of coffee, toasted bread, and caramel wafts up. Despite being only 4.7% alcohol, the mouthfeel is solid and smooth, and is backed up by bold flavors of toffee and malty sweetness, plus a touch of fruitiness from our house yeast strain.
Food of the Gods Chocolate Porter
For the start of Food of the Gods, pilsner, chocolate, black patent, and a hefty amount of crystal malt produce a lovely deep brown color and sweet and slightly astringent flavors. A small amount of kettle hops balances all the sweetness. Liquid cacao is added to enhance the flavors from the dark malt and to give this beer its signature chocolate aroma and flavor. Sweet and syrupy without being cloying, Food of the Gods pairs well with your favorite dessert, or makes a great dessert on its own!
Verklempt Coffee Brown
Brewed with loads of dark malts, along with a healthy addition of lactose in the boil kettle, Verklempt’s signature aroma comes from a big batch of Whiff Roasters dark roast coffee added after fermentation. The result is a beer that tastes remarkably like a latte, with aromas of (duh) coffee and fruit, and a big wallop of dark malt and lactose sweetness. No big whoop.
Starting with a heavy helping of white wheat malt, a high mash temperature yields generous body to this light yellow beer. After additions of lactose and orange blossom honey for some sweetness and German hops in the kettle, we add orange puree during fermentation. Pouring with generous carbonation and the signature yeast haze, Orange Pollinator smells of orange, sweet wheat malt, and faintly of bananas from the German hefeweizen yeast strain.
Johnny Hammersticks being the fourth release in the "Drinking Out of Cups" sub series presents hazy, juicy, and hoppy. Featuring Mosaic along with Citra and Simcoe powder, tangerine and apricot puree in addition to lactose aid to embellish the ridiculous amount of dry hopping.
Whiff Roasters Coffee IPA-Kenya
3LB Fresh Hop
3lb IPA brewed with fresh Cascade.
Glasswork Mosaic IPA
Black Currant Stout
A crisp and refreshing cider, its fresh apple aroma and slightly sweet, ripe apple flavor make it hard to resist.