Each batch of Humulus Terreux will use a different hop varietal and one of the several strains of Brettanomyces yeasts that we have incubating in our laboratory to create a unique, wild bier.
Tonnellerie Rue is a variation of our rye saison that has been 100% fermented in oak barrels. This technique during fermentation allows the yeast to evolve within the oak to develop more complexity.
Gypsy Tart is a Flanders-style brown, a style that can trace its origins to Great Britain, but perfected in Belgium, has been updated through our techniques, delivering the sweet body and mildly tart.
Layered with complex flavors of dark fruit,vanilla, oak, and burnt sugar, Cuivre is a robust, traditional English ale. 16.2% ABV
Loosly translated means 'everything bu the stick,' with flavors of an orange cream popcicle. A sweet and creamy mouthful with that unforgettable bittersweet bite of an orange peel.
Bruery 6 Geese a Laying is a return to the dark and toasty winter ale. Brewed with cape gooseberries, this malty ale displays notes of plums, dark cherry and bright, citrus like flavors.
Every Bruery installment in the series features a new fruit, or Frucht, if we’re Sprechen sie Deutsch.This installment has peaches added, which add a ripe, juicy sweet character to the already tart and racy beer.
Cuivre is our 7th anniversary ale, brewed in the English old ale tradition using our house Belgian yeast and then blended using the solera method. Layered with flavors of vanilla, oak, and burnt sugar
Mischief is a hoppy, Belgian-Style Golden Strong Ale. This wickedly good golden ale is fiendishly dry-hopped with American hops. Citrus and resin diabolically combine with ripe melon and pear.
Thrown into oak barrels and then added a special blend of souring bacterias and yeasts, the result, perfectly tart and awesome.
Our take on the traditionally non-alcoholic Horchata is a blonde ale brewed with a heavy dosing of rice, cinnamon and fresh vanilla beans along with lactose for a little extra creamy character.
#5 TOP 25 BEERS OF '13, 98 PTS WINE ENTHUSIAST. Flemish-Style sour with hints of leather, dark fruit, and oak. 7.7% ABV
Known for their nontraditional methods, the Bruery prepares each barrel of Autumn Maple by brewing it with a whole lot of yams (15 lbs, to be exact). Then they combine it with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, vanilla, and maple syrup. The result? An Autumn ale begging to be paired with pumpkin carving, hayrides, pecan pie, and crisp Fall air. Better grab this seasonal ale while you can; Winter is coming.