Ahh, spring, allergies are in full force, the daffodils are blooming, and the marmots are waddling around searching for the perfect tender root. It’s all about baseball games and barbecues, plus a sporadic snowstorm to keep things interesting.
Amid this spring thaw, we crawl out of our icy cave to ingest more sunshine and golden-hued brews. It just feels right, and who are we to not give you fine people what you want AND need?!
So onward, trusty drinkers, and check out what we’ve been brewing for you to chase Old Man Winter far, far away:
Our Maibock, Pure Debockery, is a traditional German lager. Honey-hued with an aroma that is both clean and bright. Taste the smooth notes of fresh-baked bread, honey, and toffee with each drinkable sip.
Taking a Half-Day is a hazy pale ale. Aromatically intense while maintaining a low and crushable ABV, this hazy pale is there for you. Taking a Half-Day features Citra, Mosaic, Amarillo, and Centennial hops for a fruity, cloudy, and springtime indulgence.
Saison Blanc is a dry-hopped saison the color of sunshine. White wine notes sparkle with enthusiasm and lead you into softly tart flavors of lemon and yuzu.
(Look for our kolsch, hefeweizen, and 16oz cans of Crux Farmhouse coming soon!)
Come by our tasting room to try all three and rejoice in the honorable spring sunshine.