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.
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.
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.
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.
English Pale Ale