Ouruba Red – $155 full kettle / $65 mini kettle
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 full kettle / $85 mini kettle
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 full kettle / $85 mini kettle
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 full kettle / $65 mini kettle
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 full kettle / $65 mini kettle
A light red ale, not bitter. Easy drinking, as the name implies. Like Killian’s Red.
Fat Tyre- $175 full kettle / $85 mini kettle
Modeled after a popular Colorado beer. Aromatic, spicy and full of flavor. A Rocky Mountain High.
Forever Amber – $160 full kettle / $65 mini kettle
A mild, mellow, amber ale. Perfectly balanced to please the masses.
Hoppy Holidaze – $185 full kettle / $85 mini kettle
Seasonal Brew with all the spices you’d expect at a Holiday Feast. A Fun Beer.
Irish Red Ale – $175 full kettle / $85 mini kettle
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 full kettle / $85 mini kettle
Full bodied, full flavored, higher alcohol amber ale.
Pilgrim’s Christmas – $195 full kettle / $85 mini kettle
A true holiday delight. All the spices of the season in a very hearty brew.
Tennessee Red – $190 full kettle / $85 mini kettle
A classic since introduced in 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 full kettle / $85 mini kettle
Our 10th Anniversary was years ago but this wonderful, hardy red ale is just too good to retire.