Three Phils – $195
Belgian Beers deserve a category of their own, especially this one. High above the average…full bodied, high alcohol, strong warming flavor…it takes all 3 for this beauty.
Belgian Tripel – $195
New 2014. This Belgian Tripel strong ale strikes the perfect balance of spiciness, light hop flavor, impressive alcohol content, pleasant sweetness and a clean dry finish. Heavenly!
Belgian Bruin – $175
More complex than the average brown ale. It’s deliciously malty with notes of chocolate and nuts.
Belgian White – $185
Blending barley, wheat and oats, this classic summer brew is noted for the spicy character of coriander and Curacao bitter orange peel…the hallmark of this fruity beer.
Belgian Strong Ale – $185
The name just about says it all. Belgian malts, Trappist yeast, spices, orange peel and noble hops say the rest.
Trappist Dubbel – $190
Fairly sweet, reddish brown, maltly, lightly hopped and nearly 8% alcohol…no wonder the monks didn’t speak. Yeast is from one of the six remaining Trappist Breweries.
Stella Our Try – $160
Stella Artois lovers…your Belgian star has arrived with style, class and a taste that will satisfy any light beer lover.
Belgian Saison – $180
Mellow, smooth, thirst quenching, complex…what more do you want in a Belgian Ale?
BIG Beer Series
Arrogant Brewer – $195
This is our version of the infamous West Coast Arrogant Bastard. Full malt flavor, an alcohol content to brag about and soaring hop character will leave you feeling better than everyone else!
Barleywine (many, many kinds) – $250
The strongest of our beers. Choose from 3 distinct versions: American, English or Belgian. Each is very full bodied, high in alcohol (11%) and packed with the richest of flavors. We recommend cellar aging for 1 year.
Wheatwine – $250
Our strongest wheat beer. Similar is style to a barleywine but with generous amounts of wheat malt in place of barley malt. A true sipping beer to be enjoyed with the temperment of wine drinkers. 11% ABV. We recommend cellar aging for 1 year.
Big Boy Stout – $195
Take our Russian Imperial Stout and crank it up a few knotches and you’ll get this unforgettable sipper. Our fullest bodied stout for those looking for a complex beer with heavenly roasted flavor and the look of 10w30.
Whiskey Barrel Porter – $195
A bold porter recipe but the real kicker is the addition of toasted American oak which has soaked in Tennessee Bourdon for 2 weeks. The result is a rich, smooth porter with a pronounced oak character and a hint of whiskey flavor that will have you bellying up to bar for another.
Glacier ESB – $170
Glacier hops give this recipe all the clean and refreshing aroma, flavor and bitterness that any beer lover will love.
Magnum ESB – $170
Our newest ESB. A rich bronze color only hints at the depth of character in this macho extra special bitter.
Old Britannia Bitter – $165
Bitter in name only. A British Pub Style brew – medium body and flavor from traditional English Hops.
Gorilla Doppelbock – $170
Extra malt sweetness and potency. This one is an animal.
Ernie’s Bock- $180
Come on down for this full flavored, deep golden, German style brew.
19th Nervous Breakdown – $195
In celebration of IncrediBREW’s 19th Anniversary our first brewer, Greg Ouellette, head brewer at Martha’s Exchange, put together this monster Brown Ale recipe. A professional beer from a profession brewer!
Busta Nut Brown Ale – $170
Don’t hurt yourself while rushing to make this Newcastle style brown ale.
Charlie Brown Ale – $165
Good Grief…a nice brown ale! A bit sweeter and a little more full bodied than our other browns.
Greg’s Peculiar Ale – $170
A heavier brown ale with a hint of molasses. Reminiscent of Old Peculier.
New England Chestnut – $170
Seasonal Brew on the darker side. Bold Flavor to help you relax after a day of shopping.
Something Wicked – $165
Side by side, you won’t tell the difference from Pete’s Wicked Ale.
Gorilla Doppelbock – $170
New 2009. This is one honey of a blonde ale! You’ll find all the charms of European hops, generous malts and the local flavor of wildflower honey.
Honey Bunches of Oats – $185
A large bowl of Honey Malt, Flaked Oats, and Biscuit Malt sets the table for this complete beer. Not just for breakfast anymore!
Honey Porter – $175
Hearty and roasty. Subtly complex. Extremely SMOOTH.Hearty and roasty. Subtly complex. Extremely SMOOTH.
Honey Wheat – $170
Summer delight. So light and refreshing it makes your mouth water just looking at it.
Killer Honey Bee Red- $175
A killer brew buzzing with flavor and a nice hop-honey balance.
Manchester Honey Lager – $175
Premium issue Honey brew. Clean, light, tasty. A 6% buzz.
Sweet Nashua Brown – $175
Smooth and nutty with mild, honey overtones. Be careful, this one sneaks up on you.
Another Fine Lager – $160
If you are looking for a smooth American Light Lager, don’t look any further. Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Another Fine Lager.
Beechwood Lager – $160
Everybody’s All-American. Our salute to Budweiser…. (just more flavor, for real)
Cerveza Buena – $160
Get your tortilla chips and salsa to accompany this Corona look-alike.
Double Dublin – $165
A lovely top o’ the morning to you. Our Harp style, it’s smooth and quenching.
Drunken Uncle Dunkel – $165
If you’re looking for a dark lager in the style of Micholob Dark, this is a close relative.
Mad Bavarian – $170
This Munich style lager is medium bodied with a huge malt presence and subtle hop finish. Low bitterness with a clean, yet slightly sweet finish.
Mariner’s Steam – $160
A fine recipe, in honor of Anchor Steam. The subtle hop finish is wonderful.
My Favorite Marzen – $160
An out of this world brew. A smooth Oktoberfest stein-filling brew with authentic German malts, hops and yeast.
Oktoberfest – $170
A Classic stein filler. For those looking for a bit more body and flavor than the original.
Revere’s Boston – $165
Sam Adams and Paul Revere would be proud of our version of this craft lager. A very popular selection!
Samson Winter Lager – $180
Be strong in these New England winters. Samson will comfort the taste buds and warm the soul with full malt flavor, noble hops, a touch of spice and a 6.5% abv.
LingYueng – $170
No, this is not a Panda at the Washington Zoo, but our take on Yuengling from the Oldest Brew-on-Premise in America. Folks who like the PA version certainly will like the NH version as well.
Citra Pale Ale – $170
West Coast IPA’s are all the rage and this one delivers. Strong citrus and tropical tones blast the taste buds without smothering them with bitterness. A great Pale Ale dude!
A top seller. A middle of the road pale ale for every palate.
Big Black Mariah – $180
Imperial Black IPA. High Alcohol, Heavy body, Opaque and very delicious.
Black Widow IPA- $175
Unique new style. A dark beer with a strong hop presence. Watch for the bite…it’s deadly!
Dean’s Finest- $165
Top shelf pale ale, Lincoln MKZ all the way to the Holiday Inn. Bass drinkers find Dean’s a delight.
Catfish Head 60 Minute IPA- $195
Hops are raining down like Cats and Dogs as hops are added in large quantities for a whole hour. Come on down for this full flavored, deep golden, German style brew.
Double IPA- $190
IPA lovers looking for a new thrill will love the Columbus and Simcoe hops in this bad boy. Hopheads… double your pleasure!
English Pub Ale – $170
Nothing extreme here… just a very nice, medium bodied, perfectly hopped (with Fuggles and Kent) English Ale. Cheerio!
English Summer Ale – $165
A light summer ale with plenty of flavor. The slight hint of citrus offers a refreshing twist to this English style brew.
Flagship IPA – $165
Hold onto your hat… with both hands. An IPA with all the zip you’d expect from this highly hopped classic.
After experimenting, we knew dry-hopping an ale at separate stages would produce something special. The result is this IPA with hops that create natural tropical hints of grapefruit, melon, and lemon flavors.
Imperial Force IPA – $195
A “Back to Brew School Brewfest” creation which made the grade to our recipe book. Heavy malt and citrusy hop flavor and aroma. 8% abv. May the force be with you!
Jolly Roger IPA – $175
Bitterness and flavor are flying high. Harpoon IPA lovers rejoice
Mad Hatter #9 – $175
Watch us pull a great beer out of our hat! Magic Hat #9 lovers have been waiting for us to come up with this one for years!
Majestic Pale Ale – $180
A big malt flavor and the combination of 5 unique grains hammer the taste buds with all the sensations of a quality pale ale without the pale color.
Midnight Snack- $195
This new IPA is a clone of the very popular Maine Beer Company’s Dinner Ale. Lots of late hop additions of Mosaic and double dry-hopped.
Rye IPA- $175
New 2014. All the hoppiness you’d expect in a India Pale Ale but with the dry clean finish of a rye beer. For those who want to try something a little different but not off the charts crazy.
Sierra Madre – $165
Hopheads will enjoy this Sierra Nevada style with plenty of zip.
Summer Sunshine Ale- $165
Reminiscent of summer ales from Sam Adams and Pete’s.
Teddy Hopper- $195
#1 recipe 4 years in a row…. This is our clone of the famous, hard to get, Vermont Imperial IPA. Big, bold and full of citrus and piney flavors and aroma. A huge hop character and 7.5% alcohol will satisfy any lover of High End Beers.
Undead Gal Ale- $185
Our version of a famous American Strong Ale from Oregon. Look for a rich, hearty maltiness with notes of toffee, caramel and a mild hop flavor. With 8% abv this undead gal may return to haunt you.
Zombie Lust- $185
Zombie Lust is modeled after one of the top beers in the USA. Our undead version features an abundance of Citra hops throughout the brewing process. Look for citrus flavors of grapefruit, lime and other exotic fruit.
Czech Pilsner – $165
Light and refreshing. A classic recipe from the birthplace of Pilsner.
Golden Eagle Pilsner- $160
Soar high with this flavorful pilsner. Cascade finishes this beer off with a fresh and crisp hop taste.
Imperial Pilsner- $185
New 2009. We could have called this Saaz Pilsner! It has over 13 ozs. of noble Saaz hops from the Czech Republic (the place that invented Pilsners). 7.5 % alcohol without the big beer heavyness.
Oom-Pah Pilsner – $160
Our German style pilsner. Classic old world style and flavor and slightly more bitter than the others on our list.
Noble Pils – $165
Classic noble hops are used in this beer for bittering, flavoring and aroma. Very pleasant and sure to have a big following. It is generally agreed that to be noble, a hop must have a relatively low bittering content and a mild, pleasant aroma.
Forty-Niner Porter – $175
Anchor Porter is the inspiration for this fine gem of a beer. We dug deep into our research and mined up one as good as the original.
Robust Porter – $185
Our Silver Medal Winner in a National Brew Contest! Robust is a perfect name for this complex, hearty, full flavored champion. Hard to find a better Porter than this.
Coal Porter Rewind – $170
One of the most complex of styles, porter has just about everything. Sweet, malty, hoppy, dark, rich, and slightly bitter all combine for a superb, full flavored brew.
Smoked Porter – $185
A blend of Belgian, English and German malts make this smoky brown porter a unique and wonderful experience.
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.
Irish Dry Stout – $185
Five imported malts give a complexity far beyond the dry, roasted flavor. A healthy dose of pure malt extracts ensures a rich body and flavor. Imported Irish Ale yeast.
Black Satin- $180
Smooth, sweet, black and creamy. Modeled after the U.K.’s Mackeson Stout.
Hazelnut Coffee Stout- $180
A pleasantly sweet stout with fresh Hazelnut coffee overtones. The smell alone will leave you jittery!
Oatmeal Stout- $185
Not just for breakfast. This velvety smooth stout is paradise in your mouth.
Black Peral Imperial Stout – $195
The Black Pearl is sailing into the deepest part of your soul with a heavy load of dark malt extract and a treasure chest of rich Perle hops.
Russian Imperial Stout – $195
A big beer for a big country. A deep black, sweet and very high-alcohol stout with a really full body. A heavy roast character which leaves the taste buds exhausted.
Boatyard Smashed Pumpkin – $195
This is our clone of a popular Portland, Maine recipe. Full bodied, pleasant pumpkin undertones and a rush of holiday spices highlight this 9% abv. beer. This is one pumpkin recipe that calls you back for more.
Apricot Wheat- $170
New 2009. A pleasant wheat beer with mild noble hops from the Czech Republic for flavoring and aroma. The slight hint of apricot is easily detected and enjoyed in the aroma and flavor.
Hefe-Weizen – $185
The most popular wheat beer found today. Famous Bavarian yeast offers the unique clove & banana aroma and refreshing taste enjoyed for centuries.
American Wheat – $165
A great summer brew…light, clean, crisp and deliciously refreshing, without the clove & banana aroma of the traditional German version. Yeast from Oregon.
Wort Hog Wheat – $170
Forget the wimpy wheats. More body, more wheat flavor and a higher alcohol content make this hog one to remember.
Dunkelweizen – $170
All Wheat Malt and a good dose of specialty wheat malt puts this recipe in its own category.dark and extra good.