Keller (unfiltered) Pilsner. Pět, meaning five in Czech, is an homage to the first pilsner beer brewed on October 5th, 1842, in the town of Pilsen. This will be an ongoing series, each featuring a different traditional European hop variety. This first batch features Slovenian Celeia. Refreshingly grassy and herbal with notes of Darjeeling tea. 5% ABV.
Biere de Garde brewed with English Lager and French specialty malts, and kissed with cracked black peppercorn in the kettle. Fermented with PA native Saison yeast from from our pals at Forest & Main, and then lagered for an extended period of time at cold temps to achieve a rounded malt profile with notes of cedar and dried apricot, with an ever so gentle spicy finish. 6.25% ABV.
IPA brewed with raw white wheat, honey, bee pollen, and rose petals. We sourced local wildflower honey from the Honeybee Shoppe in Manheim, PA (with help from our friends at Lancaster Farm Fresh), and beautiful buckwheat honey and bee pollen from Fruitwood Orchards in Monroeville, NJ. The rose pedals were added after the boil along with Simcoe lupulin powder. PolliNative was then fermented with our house ale yeast and dry hopped with Mosaic lupulin powder. Dry with notes of tropical fruit, Sauvignon Blanc, and fresh cut grass. 5.25% ABV.
Double IPA brewed with rye malt. Hopped in the kettle and post fermentation with mounds of Citra lupulin powder, and new product out of the Pacific NW that isolates and extracts the flavor and aroma glands from the hop flower for concentrated aromatics without the bitterness. Abundant with notes of ripe melon, kiwi, Mandarin orange, and pine resin. 8.25% ABV.