A NITRO beer with medium malt sweetness, caramel, chocolate, and roasted coffee flavors with a distinctive dry roasted bitterness in the finish.
Yes, We’ve got Mo’Fresh Oregon Mosaic hops in this super smooth, super tasty DIPA. Drink it slow, because it is super smooth and goes down easy.
Dr. Jack Fresh Hop IPA celebrates the famed Cascade Hop, originally developed by Dr. Horner in 1956 and released for cultivation in 1971. Named after the Cascade Mountain Range, Cascade was the first commercial hop variety released by the USDA breeding program at Oregon State University. Known for its distinctive flowery, spicy and citrus-like qualities, Cascade is widely considered to be the hop that inspired the craft beer revolution.
Our first Fresh hop beer of the year is out and ready to drink from the vine or taps in our case. Yum-Yum – Get it now, may not be here next week.
Rather than conjuring old-world hops, this unexpected Belgian-esque Fresh Hop ale epitomizes our local hop harvest. Notes of citrus and sandalwood, pine and potpourri are bestowed by the Belgian malt and aggressive hopping with morning-picked Crystal hops from Goschie Farms in Silverton, Oregon. Light Pilsner and Dark Crystal malts land this intriguing, clearly unfiltered pale squarely in the present moment.
A traditional pale ale featuring Cascade and Crystal hops. This beer is an easy drinking thirst quencher with a delicious citrus hop characteristic. Bottoms up!
Flanders Reds may be called the Burgundies of Belgium, but we age our take on this complex, slightly tart style in Oregon pinot noir barrels for more than 18 months. A fresh batch will batch will present spicier notes, while older versions pick up more oak and yield cherry flavors. So we blended old and new, figuring we’re better off presenting this exotic mélange simultaneously.
Bold but nuanced, an homage of sorts to the traditional Russian Imperial Stouts. Constructed with Dark Roasted Malts, malted rye, and oak-smoked wheat and then banish it for 9 months in Kentucky bourbon barrels. Tough Love is big but smooth with tender strokes of vanilla.
Don’t turn your back on this one. Crux’s interpretation of a Strong Dark Belgian Ale is a blend of Belgian malts, Belgian dark candi sugar, Oregon Sterling hops and Yakima Delta hops for flavors that are deceptively sweet and innocent.
Our Scotch ale is malty and full bodied with the perception of hop bitterness being very low. A slight caramel flavor plays well with the fruity esters that are at a medium aromatic and flavor level. Peat character is present at a high level.