American Stout

Porters and stouts are all malty dark brews that focus on various levels of roast, chocolate, and coffee flavors. They also feature a wide variety of hopping and yeast character depending on the origin, variety, and brewer.

American Stouts are roasty, full-bodied, dark beers with moderate to fairly high bitterness and hop character.

Imperial Stout

A bold, malty black beer featuring chocolate, roasty, and coffee flavors with a large range of expressions depending on region and taste. Some, particularly American expressions, will feature substantial bitterness and hop aroma with a less fruity yeast profile, while English versions tend to favor a malt balance with more fruity esters.


A malty, amber, moderate-strength German lager with rich toasted notes and a smooth, dry finish that makes this beer both rich and crushable. Märzen is sometimes referred to as “Oktoberfest” in America, but the official beer style of Oktoberfest in Munich is now festbier.

Czech Pale Lager

Rich, characterful, pale Czech lager, with considerable malt and hop character and a long, rounded finish. Complex yet well-balanced and refreshing. The malt flavors are complex for a Pilsner-type beer, and the bitterness is strong but clean and without harshness, which gives a rounded impression that enhances drinkability.