While we spend a lot of time and energy on creating new beers in the name of R&D and continuous self-improvement, a special few that we hold close to our hearts have made it onto the colorful linear calendar known as the release schedule. Here’s the breakdown:
Our two flagships, White Sky and General Braddock’s IPA, are produced year-round and are permanently available in our taproom (with limited exception).
Our seasonal beers rotate quarterly, with Mammoth during the Winter (December – March), Loose Seal and Overgrowth during the Spring (March – June), Garden Party and Akamai during the Summer (June – September), and Mexican Coffee available in the Fall (September – December). Much like the flagships, they are available during their respective seasons with as little exception as possible.
The bulk of our production is made up of Special Releases, an ambitious variety of traditional styles, science experiments, and – given the degree to which we’re left to our own devices on this one – a good number of soft, juicy, hop-forward beers. While most of these beers are one-offs that come and go at will, a few standouts necessitate semi-regular production and reappear every now and again, like an old friend you haven’t talked to in far too long stopping by to catch up. I’m looking at you, CPA.
Our House Saison Series, one of our favorite projects, is our line of modern farmhouse ales. Because of both their inherent longevity and their affinity for being paired with food, these dry and complex saisons are one of the few products that are consistently available in 750mL bottles (released intermittently throughout the year).
Every now and again, we get the notion to make something that’s a bit too avant-garde or cost-prohibitive to produce in quantity. These experiments find their way onto the draft list under the banner of the Prototype Series, an ultra-limited, taproom-only line of beers made on our pilot system.
While we can’t make any guarantees that the aforementioned beers will be consistently available throughout for the entirety of their allotted tenure, we’ll do our best to stick to the timeline. Carpe annum, fam.