Daypack is a hoppy pale ale inspired by the beers we love to take with us on long hikes and treks with one end goal. It's citra heavy dry hop creates a medley of tropical and dank flavors that jump right out of the beer
Nug Champa is our once a year Double IPA to be released leading up to the every so important holiday on April 20th. Not to be out of theme, this beer is a veritable head-shop in a glass smelling like a truck load of marijuana crossing state lines. Freshly trimmed pot leaves, sticky resin, and underlying notes of tangerine peel and coconut leave this beer with a complex hop profile that changes and morphs with the temperature.
Sour Diesel is tart Pale Ale with a hefty dry hopped putting off assertive ganja and grapefruit aromas. As the thick hop aroma sets the tone for your palate, there is an initial shock at the sour nature of the first sip. Slowly as you work your way through the glass, the tart acidic nature of Sour Diesel marries with the bright grapefruit notes of the hops, which in turn bridges the gap to the dank resinous hop character initially delivered.
Deceptive in strength, Storm Surge IIPA approaches the palate with heavy aromas of tropical fruit, stone fruit, and heavy resinous undertones of giggle bush. First sips are thirst quenching with bright fruity flavors, eventually followed by palate coating resinous hops and cheek-warming alcohol character.