OG 12.5 | IBU 11 | SRM 4 | ABV 4.9% | Cal. 215Our Hefeweizen is a pale, yellow, light-bodied American wheat ale.
OG 13 | IBU 26 | SRM 18 | ABV 5.3% | Cal. 220A great beer that's not too dark or too lightand gets better with every sip
OG 8 | IBU 20 | SRM 2 | ABV 3.2% | Cal. 140An ale version of the classic light pilsner.Our offering of this timeless beeris a crowd pleaser
OG 17.4 | IBU 60 | SRM 28 | ABV 6.8% | Cal. 290This beer is bold and intense like the mountains she's named after. It really is darkness...the good kind
OG 13 | IBU 22 | SRM 29 | ABV 5.4% | Cal. 245A dark and robust porter that's made with our own hickory-smoked malt.
OG 16.3 | IBU 64 | SRM 6 | ABV 7.1% | Cal. 285Hop fans look no further because aromaand intense fl avors are kings here.
OG 13.5 | IBU 8 | SRM 8 | ABV 5.4% | Cal. 235This Belgian is golden in fl avor and in color and has bright notes of coriander and orange peel that set it off.
OG 12.6 | IBU 11 | SRM 7 | ABV 5% | Cal. 220Our Honey Red and Helluva Hefe have joined forces and created this truly unique brew.
OG 12.5 | IBU 10 | SRM 12 | ABV 5.2% | Cal. 220This deep red offering is full-bodied and boasts a dollop of malt flavor
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This is a measure of the thickness of the beer before it is fermented, measured here in degrees Plato (P).
This is a measure of the bitterness of the beer. More precisely, it is the ppm of iso-alpha acid dissolved in the beer from the hops during the boil.
A hint about the overall flavor of a beer can be obtained by comparing the OG to the IBU. For example, beer with a higher OG/IBU ratio (the Stout 13.5/20) will have a sweeter flavor than a beer with a lower one (the Light 8.0/20) even though the IBUs are the same.
This is a measure of the color of the beer. The color can also give hints as to the flavor of the beer. Amber colors suggest sweet/grainy/caramel flavors, dark brown to black colors will generally have roasted/coffee/chocolate/burnt flavors.
The percent of the beer by volume that is alcohol. AKA the "party" percentage.