Important Note About Our Release Schedule: Our upcoming beer schedule is a plan, but things don’t always go according to plan. Craft beer is a fickle friend, and a friend that’s not very good at adhering to a schedule. Many of our experimental brews and all of our sours require some amount of bottle conditioning before they’re ready. We sample our upcoming beers regularly, and we’ll update this schedule to reflect changes to release dates.
Guess who’s back? Due to popular demand, Carvel and Captain Lawrence are brewing one last batch of Fudgie the Beer for those fans still longing for the limited-time brew. This last batch will be available for purchase on August 10th at 4pm in the Beer Hall.
When your everyday IPA no longer satisfies your craving for hoppy nectar, you’ve experienced a Lupulin Threshold shift. The only cure is more hops! Palate Shifter is brewed using the finest American-grown hops, and dry-hopped for an extra aromatic kick!
What would summer be without Tropigose? A combination of a traditional German gose with the infusion of passion fruit and guava to tie it all together. This gose is tart, tangy, and a bit salty. So we added some fruits to round it all out and add some sweetness and balance!
Created by blending our sour golden ale with ripe & juicy Hudson Valley peaches. Aged in French Oak Foudres until the tart flavors of the beer and the sweet flavors of the peaches meld into one. Enjoy on a hot summer day with a peach in hand.
Foudre aged sour brown ale built on a base of toasted and roasted malts. Infused with whole ripe cherries from the Hudson Valley, and aged until the flavors are married into this fruit forward and aggressively tart ale.
This Imperial India Pale Ale is dry hopped with Motueka & Citra hops and the flavors are big and tropical!
Red wine grapes mix with sour brown ale to create this truly unique sensory experience. Aged in oak barrels with Brettanomyces to help marry the flavors, and impart a distinct sour character found nowhere else. Rich, vinous, tart and tangy are the flavors of this classic American Sour Ale.
This golden ale was aged in oak barrels with Brettanomyces and a few choice flowers to give it a complex and floral aroma. Tart, tangy and full of flavor!
Cuvée de Castleton is back! This year’s batch stays true to the original version with notes of white grape, toasted oak and a touch of funk. Drink now or lay it down for years to come.