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B.R.C (Burlington Running Club)
Boris the Younger
Black Rye IPA
New England IPA
Wood Street Blonde
American Blonde Ale
Irish Tenth Stout
Blonde as a Bat
Boris the Younger
The name of this beer has an interesting back story, ask about it when you stop in. A black IPA with a malted rye and spicy grain quality on the palate. Triple dry-hopped with Amarillo and black in color. But close your eyes and you'll taste a true IPA.
This Azacca hopped IPA, named for our street address, is an India simple pale ale with notes of mango, citrus and pine. This new hop variety tastes of grapefruit and lemon, and is very easy drinking.
The Yorkshire Tenth refers to the Trenton area of West Jersey. An assertive black ale dominated by roast coffee and chocolate characters. Medium body and hop character, rounded out with a bittersweet finish.
Honoring one of the oldest residential streets in Burlington, this blonde ale has a pale, straw-golden color with a light malty palate. Subtle fruitiness with a light, lager-like bitterness. This session blonde and summer are meant for each other.
Toasty, sweet aroma. Malty and smooth. Copper red and very drinkable English ale.
A double IPA with a kaleidoscope of citrus, pine and fruit. Magnum bittering with Citra hops for flavor, this big IPA has an amazing Mosaic nose. Occasionally available in the Sooo Bigger version tipping the scale at 11% ABV.
Huge roasted chocolate and burnt malt flavors. Lightly bittered with Magnum and flavored with East Kent Golding hops. Flavor hints of dark fruit and coffee. Sometimes offered wit peanut butter and coconut.
Broke & Hoppy
Session IPA with Magnum bittering and Amarillo aroma. Grapefruit finish.
Jersey Town Brown
A full bodied American brown ale named for all the small towns in New Jersey. Unlike it's English cousin, this brown ale is smooth, dark and bitter.
A toasted malt ale spiced with anise, cloves, ginger and orange. A deep red hue full of flavor. A great winter companion.
Named for the long-time residents who live along the banks of the Delaware in Burlington, this saison has a unique black pepper and coriander flavor, and a mild citrus nose. Lots of orange zest, tart. Light in body with a crisp, dry finish.
A traditional pumpkin, flavored pale ale with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and cloves. A golden color with a spicy nose. Rimmed with cinnamon and sugar on request, and you have a dessert in a glass.
Simcoe Pale Ale
Simcoe is the perfect dual purpose hop. High bittering and aromatic qualities deliver a fruity flavor and an herbal piney/earthy fragrance. Dry, easy drinking and refreshing.
A mildly bittered pale ale with hints of grapefruit and peaches. A combination of Chinook and Mosaic hops, fermented with English ale yeast.
Melon saison with habanero, cayenne and black pepper corn added for heat.
An IPA generously hopped with Galaxy makes this a fruity, drinkable beer.
Chards of Oak
A pale ale aged in a French Chardonnay barrel. Delicate honey nose, light hop flavor. Finnishes with notes of oak and Chardonnay.
IPA with Chinook, Cascade and Centennial hops. Loaded with fruit flavors.
A New England IPA, cloudy as the name implies with Mosaic and Amarillo hops used for both flavoring and aroma coming in a 55 IBUs.
Yorkshire Tenth with coconut added. Served on nitro.
Marzen Wentz - Oktoberfest
Third State Amber - American Amber Ale
Boris the Younger - Black Rye IPA
Pour Visibility - NEIPA
Irish Tenth Imperial Stout
Yorkshire Tenth Porter