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1/10/2017 Beer Releases


We’ve used our Beta Experimental IPA series to iterate, create and tinker with the IPA style. When we heard your feedback on Beta 3.0 Experimental White IPA, we knew we had something special. With that feedback in mind, we’re thrilled to introduce our next seasonal can — Spotlight White IPA. This 100% Citra-hopped, 6.0% ABV White IPA is brewed with orange peel and coriander. It’s a beautiful marriage between the Belgian wit and American IPA styles


A pint for Pa Conway! Our co-owners’ grandfather and policeman who’d likely uphold that an Irish Ale with full-bodied caramel malt flavors is just the ticket.


Swirling with ripe aromas of mango and tropical fruits, this IPA is jam-packed with juicy, citrusy hops and mango juice.  It’s as if we took fresh hops and mangos and put them in a juicer.


A crisp, refreshing golden ale bursting with juicy Persian lime, freshly ground coriander and a hit of cracked black pepper.


It’s impossible to forget your first squeeze. Once a year, as the newest humulus lupulus harvest arrives at Tröegs, we blend these super-fresh hops into an Imperial Amber Ale. Excessively dry-hopped, Nugget Nectar is an explosion of pine, resin and mango.


Son of a Baptist is an 8% ABV imperial stout. It is not barrel aged like its father, Big Bad Baptist; instead its flavor profile was designed to highlight the complex and often unique flavors of small batch coffees. Instead of sourcing a coffee that would play well in a beer we sought out creative and innovative roasters, then asked them which beans they’re passionate about. Each resulting release of Son of a Baptist is widely different depending on the coffee selected. Some are fruity and sweet with notes of jam and chocolate, others are rich and earthy with a big roasted finish. Each limited release will return to the Roaster’s home market where the beer and the coffee can be sampled side by side.


Go off the grid and give back some good vibes. Brewed with whole flower Simcoe and Citra hops, Trail Head Pale Ale is a limited edition batch exclusive to Cleveland. A portion of the proceeds from this special beer go directly to the Cleveland Metroparks Trails Fund, which supports the rehabilitation of the park’s more than 270 miles of trails. Now grab your gear and take the trail!


Chocolate Orange Stout is brewed with orange zest and locally sourced cacao (cold-pressed unroasted cocoa beans). Mandarina hops impart subtle aromas of tangerine which enhance the citrus flavors. The velvety texture of the nitrogen head completes this decadent wintertime indulgence.


Hoptronix 1-ups the game with its eye-popping bitterness. Mosaic hops give this IPA a dank aroma, yet it finished smooth and crisp


The beer with a guarantee built right into the name, this one is destined to blast through the flavors from the night before. Massively dry-hopped for your aromatic pleasure.


Made with Highly roasted malted barley, and plenty of it, to give the beer an uncommon richness and smoky, roasty depth…sorta like a hydraulic sandwich in a glass.


Innately predisposed to be smooth when Poured Hard, this nitro coffee porter builds a pillowy, toffee-sweet head. Coffee and flavors of caramelized sugar, cacao and hints of blueberry lead to a light, smoky finish


This IPA is brewed with Centennial, Cascade, Chinook, and Nugget hops, all from our friends at Hop Heads Farms in Hickory Corners, MI. Local Hero has a super clean malt profile, crisp clean bitterness and layers of fresh citrus aroma and flavor!


Raspberries and chocolate go together like two peas in a pod. But don’t worry, there’s no peas in the Rubus Cacao. Rather the sweet chocolate, roasty bitterness, and dark raspberry fruit combine in perfect harmony. Who knows, the Rubus might even become the pea in your pod!


Chocolate Milk Stout is a creamy sessionable ale with notes of roasted chocolate malt and a rich, dark chocolate sweetness contributed by the cocoa nibs.



The Jolly Tar name was inspired by one of the famous rye whiskeys produced by Altschul Distilling Co. founded in 1862 by Samuel Altschul Sr., an immigrant from Germany. The distillery was located in Springfield, O and featured more than a dozen brands, including Jolly Tar Rye.

The beer is dark brown with ruddy highlights and has subdued hop character with a mildly assertive finish. The aroma is malty with lots of bakers chocolate and mild raisin-like notes. The aroma flows into the flavor of the beer with chocolate, raisin and fig like character. The mid palette is malty with medium body that finishes somewhat dry.


Sour wheat ale brewed with blackberries, hibiscus, lime, smoked agave and Mayan sea salt. The second stop on the GGW world tour – exotic flavors from wild nights in foreign lands

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Sour Wheat Ale with Mango, Lemongrass, Thai Chilis & Sea Salt

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Vegan-Style Berliner Weisse Ale with Mango and Pineapple Added


Despite his bitterness, lack of power and insuperable aversion to any over-the-counter labor- he kind of has a charming charisma, and perhaps he is even lovable. Somehow we find him unbelievable irresistible and stimulating because he is one of the few that masters the ability to effortlessly impress with wide-ranging conversation even though he was not even supposed to be here today.

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Juicy tropical Ipa


When we launched BorrachaBaker made us some s’mores shaped like dinosaurs for our launch event. Then, we made an imperial stout with graham flour, marshmallow fluff, vanilla, and cocoa nibs with Amager and West Lakeview Liquors. Then, we brought this beer to the Brewpub Shootout and paired the beer named after the food with a food the beer wasn’t named after. People were confused and named it best beer (or was it food?) at the Shootout.

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Collaboration with Evil Twin. Brewed with sweet potatoes, purple main, aji panca chili peppers.


Imperial chocolate milk stout. Collaboration with Arizona Wilderness



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