The Shocking Pink (gose with hibiscus tea and pink lemonade) was brewed in celebration of the OUTEast Film Festival. It is our tribute to those who struggle with being told what to do. Everybody's Rockin' was an album released by Neil Young that received exceptionally poor reviews. The Shocking Pinks was his fake band put together for the album (Neil Young & The Shocking Pinks). The album was essentially a F-you to the studio, which was pissed from the poor commercial reception of Neil's previous album and wanted a rock 'n' roll album. So, Neil gave them a rock 'n' roll album - or, classic rockabilly, anyhow. Be careful in what you wish of people.
Category:Sour German wheat / Radler Type: Ale Alcohol: 4.8% ABV
I'll see you again in 25 weeks. Back from the Twin Peaks, the Damn Fine Coffee v3.0 now features a cleaner, highly attenuating yeast for a drier, hoppier finish and Low Point's cold-brewed Kenya Mahiga coffee (sourced from Java Blend) for a fruity, tart, and even vinous character. Featuring Pilsner, Red X and rye malt for a cherry-red, lightly spiced crust. Hopped with Cascade and Falconer's Flight (7 Cs) for a floral, citrusy flavour. California Ale yeast for a clean finish.
Category: American Ale Type: Ale Alcohol: 5.5% ABV
Subcategory: American Pale Ale/Specialty Ale Gluten: Reduced (< 20 ppm) Bitterness: 40 IBUs
Dave & Morley v3.0 - Coffee Brown
What started as an English brown on the test system achieved high attenuation on the big system and resulted in more of an American porter, yet still retains classic brown characteristics. Nicely balanced yet still boozy. V3.0 is brewed with Low Point's cold brewed Burundi Gacokwe coffee sourced from Java Blend.
Category: American Porter Type: Ale Alcohol: 6.3% ABV
We like to play. That’s why we own a SABCO BrewMagic, a minibrewery used to produce experimental, small-scale batches 40 litres at a time. Check our social media to see what we have for you to explore.
Do you brew? Would you like to showcase your homebrew recipes to the public? Contact us today to set up a day to brew on our SABCO BrewMagic. If we like your beer, we’ll put it on tap at our taproom under your name. Who knows? If it’s great, we may have a future together.
We get bored of our beer. That's why our taproom features guest taps for beers we love. Check our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages for current lineup.
What is "Gluten-Reduced?"
Almost all our beers qualify as < 20 ppm gluten, the international standard of gluten-free. The wheat-based beers typically sit between 20 and 200 ppm, still in the low-gluten (< 200 ppm) range. We cannot call the beers gluten-free because they are made with cereal products. The gluten protein is broken down via addition of an enzyme to the finished extract. You can read about that enzyme here. To date, we have had several Celiac and gluten-sensitive patrons drink the beers with no issue.