This beauty of a West Coast style IPA goes nice and easy on the malt bill, choosing to highlight the bright citrusy aromatic Mosaic hops and fruity side of this super drinkable Oregon Coast IPA. Fresh and balanced with light grapefruit notes, Sneaker Wave keeps it Summer on the Coast all year long. Swimsuits optional.
A Traditional Kölsch, using all premium German ingredients. A hybrid between an ale and a lager giving it a crisp German flavor with some fruit on the nose from midrange fermentation temps. Straw in color and full malt/hop crispness. Sessionable without sacrificing flavor, it’s the ultimate Coastal Krüsher.
The Cream Ale designed to rock your face off. With Vanilla. The addition of oats in this grain bill make for a soft smooth mouthfeel and the nearly obscene and liberal use of real vanilla beans float the delicate aromas perfectly alongside the light hops.
Tilly’s Pale is brewed for ‘Terrible Tilly’, the abandoned and reportedly haunted Lighthouse that sits a mile off the coast of the Tillamook Head overlooking Seaside. For years, Terrible Tilly served as a Columbarium, housing the urns of many a ghostly pale resident’s cremated ashes resting at sea. Light malt body, with citrusy CTZ, Simcoe, and Citra hops to keep it bright and aromatic.
Named after the ‘Full Rip 9’ potential seismic event lurking off the Oregon coast, this is the Red you grab and run up a hill with when it hits. (We don’t waste beer on the Oregon Coast.) The liberal use of all old school Heirloom Malts brings the flavor out, with light hops to give it an easy bitterness for balance.
The “native fruit,” of Oregon, Marionberry is as Oregon as it gets. The light berries come through on the nose, while lying in the background of the traditional Northwest Hefe yeast dominant flavors of banana and clove. Copius amounts of Marionberries and light hopping provides a slight tartness to balance.
A 100% Belgian malt bill and East Kent UK Golding hops are used specifically to provide balance to this sweet crisp Belgian. Balanced perfectly toward the malt side with light sweet banana, clove, and fruit notes.
The Trappist monks created this beer in the late 1900th century and called it “SuperBier”. The Monks typically labeled the barrels with three X’s, for Tripel strength, and we followed the tradition with our own version. Higher fermentation temperatures yield fruit notes of peaches and pears, and these notes mask a burly ABV that brings out the Kook in you pretty quickly if you don’t take it easy.