Track 7 Daylight Amber
Don’t be fooled by Daylight Amber’s easy going name. It is a bit more aggressive than the name implies. Daylight Amber has the upfront bitterness of an IPA, but that bitterness fades into a malt body influenced by caramel and toasted flavors, which are more typical of an Amber Ale. Too firmly hopped to be a pure Amber and too malty to be a considered an IPA, Daylight Amber represents the best of both worlds.
Knee Deep Hoptologist Double IPA
An American Double India Pale Ale that packs a punch when it comes to hops. The aroma and flavors will give you citrus and pine with a slight malt sweetness that finishes dry.
Locally brewed in Auburn and Lincoln.
Hitachino Red Rice Ale
Established as a sake brewery in Japan in1823, Kiuchi Shuzou began producing beer in 1996. This may be the last red rice beer in the world. Fabulous complex malt and fruity flavors with a hoppy finish.
Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere
Bam Biere is an artisan farmhouse ale that is golden, naturally cloudy, bottle conditioned and dry hopped for a perfectly refreshing balance of spicy malts, hops and yeast. It is incredibly drinkable, at only 4.5% alcohol, but it certainly doesn’t want for flavor.
The Lost Abbey Avant Garde Ale
Deep gold in color with hints of biscuits, caramel and fresh baked bread, this beer is sure to delight the senses and palate. From the French word ‘Garde’ meaning something worth keeping, this Biere de Garde styled Farmhouse Ale is a most delicious companion to a loaf of freshly baked bread from the oven. Produced in San Marcos, CA.