Red Ales

Ouruba Red – $155
Folks looking for a nice light red ale needn’t head to the Carribean for an easy drinking, pleasantly refreshing brew. Grab some shade and Ouruba Red.

Scotch Ale- $190
This “wee-heavy” ale is dark, rich, complex, with distinctive malt sweetness and aroma. Selected English hops and yeast from Edinburgh. Nearly 9% alcohol.

BIG RED – $180
New 2009. This full bodied red ale is for the IPA lover who is looking for more color and body in their beer. Hopheads should not overlook this one!

Dos X Amber – $160
After 13 years we finally have another Mexican beer recipe. No trouble guessing what this one tastes like. “Stay thirsty, my friends.”

Easy Rider Red – $160
A light red ale, not bitter. Easy drinking, as the name implies. Like Killian’s Red.

Fat Tyre- $175
Modeled after a popular Colorado beer. Aromatic, spicy and full of flavor. A Rocky Mountain High.

Forever Amber – $160
A mild, mellow, amber ale. Perfectly balanced to please the masses.

Hoppy Holidaze – $185
Seasonal Brew with all the spices you’d expect at a Holiday Feast. A Fun Beer.

Irish Red Ale – $175
Straight from the land of Smithwicks and Killkenny. Imported malts and yeast. A perfect balance of sweetness, flavor and aroma. An Irish Classic in a land of dark beers.

Imperial Red Ale – $195
New 2011. Full bodied, full flavored, higher alcohol amber ale.

Pilgrim’s Christmas – $195
A true holiday delight. All the spices of the season in a very hearty brew.

Tennessee Red – $190
New 2008. 6 oz. of whiskey soaked, toasted oak, added after fermentation is just the ticket to enjoyment of this full favored, higher alcohol, tasty red.

The Tenth – $170
Our 10th Anniversary was years ago but this wonderful, hardy red ale is just too good to retire.