Live Dangerously! – IPA – 7.6% abv
Oh so comfortable, hidden out of sight. Fires still burn below the slopes of Vesuvius, faint beating hearts are becoming drums, new born kittens are growing into lions. Tear out your old tongues and make way for a mouth full of hops. Do not fear a bitter bite, believe me, the secret to fully experiencing the greatest enjoyment in life is to live dangerously and to embrace the shocked senses! Dry hopped with Galaxy, Motueka, and Strata .
Cloud Animals – Hazy IPA – 7%
I look into the sky…there are all sorts of shapes, our imaginations take us to strange places. Each cloud slowly floats across the sky, and the more I sink into the cold grass and relax, the more I finally see them – a multitude of dry-hopped animals crowd the sky! Dry hopped with Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe.
Cosmic Colors – IPA – 5.8% abv
High above and far away from terra firma are sounds we have never heard, flavors that you have not tasted, and colors no one has seen. Someday it will all come to you like an immediate blast to the head. There are so many things in the universe that have yet to reach our senses. The colors surround us now… let them radiate in your eyes. Dry hopped with El Dorado, Strata, and Citra.
Salento – Helles – 4.7% abv
Time is fleeting – “Go go go!” – the unexplored world awaits you amigo. Onward to Colombia, once your feet hit the ground hitch a jimmy to Salento. You’ll see it all: nevados erupting, colonial streets filled with aromas of coffee and visions of Bolivar, palm trees caressing the clouds. Breathe. Remember to take it easy and take it all in as you become lost in los bosques de neblina, life will reawaken your childlike wonderment… if you allow it. This beer was designed for this adventure, easy going but with immense unexplored delights, a note of malt accompanied by restrained hoppiness.
Socrates – Barrel Aged Doppelbock – 7.3 abv%
Was he a cat or a philosopher…or is it a beer. Names take on so many different meanings, they inevitably lose all meaning. While on trial for corrupting the youth, Socrates declared, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” This doppelbock is intended to be analyzed, and force you to examine your own life. As you encounter the flavors of Tuscany from the red wine barrel where it was once held, our past vibrantly appears, it is immediate, but just as I can almost touch it, the present notes from the wine barrel and German malts transport me to the spectacular now. Keep examining your life!
Von Catenstein Schwarzbier/Black Lager 5.4%
Centuries ago, in a German monastery, lived a group of sad monks. One day, they met a cool cat named Von Catenstein. Heroically, he set out to rid the monastery of the rats, and the monks became happy. To honor him, the monks brewed a lager, it was black like him, yet crisp and crushable to not weigh him down.
Chocombia – Stout aged on cacao nibs and coffee – 7.1%
In Colombia, according to Gabriel Garcia Marquez, priests “levitate by means of chocolate.” In Wawaka, one has yet to see such spectacles, but on the farm, a levitation of the senses transpires within the decadent immensity of dark and caramel malts aged on two of Colombia’s finest exports, cacao nibs de Santander and lightly roasted coffee from the lush volcanic region of Tolima.
Dark Terrain – Dunkel – 5.0% abv
Shadows stretch across the field, slowly consuming the last particles of light. When your eyes can see no more and the ground finally falls out from below your feet, you must go on. Step into the darkness and rediscover it all without sight. Be guided by voices! What will you find in this dark terrain? Dark Terrain is a smooth dark lager for those that love malt forward beers, but want to enjoy more than one.