The storm rolled in, and we rushed into our garage, family and neighbors alike, chased by the coal-black clouds slinging lightening bolts like grinder sparks. Seemed like whatever the day brought, we never strayed far from that garage. It was the hub of our early lives, a haven, the place we learned how to sharpen a mower blade, how to tell the truth, how to help your neighbor. We also learned how to brew beer here. In fact, the Storm you’re holding was first brewed in our garage, during the relentless backlash of Hurricane Sandy. We take immense pride in offering you a cold sip of this golden cream ale, a dream that started in a small garage, and like a storm, grows with unrelenting power.
A traditional American lawnmower beer, this golden cream ale features a medium body with a creamy palate feel. The aroma is a balance between subtle corn and malt-like notes with a very slight earthy and spicy hop presence. Pale straw in color with brilliant lightning-like clarity, Storm makes a great session beer being low in alcohol and bitterness, but complete with flavor. However, unlike the typical cream ale, no DMS or harsh corn like aroma is present.