MellowThey have been called session ales, lawnmower beers, and crossovers. These beers are strong on flavor, low in alcohol and tame in hop bitterness. At Hopshire we offer fruit beers, wheat beers, lighter ales and light lagers to quench your thirst. Grab a growler or two of these drinkable brews.
Irish Red Ale
4.3 abv, 20 IBUs
Another intercontinental brew from Hopshire. Malted barley and hops from New York and England are combined to make this malty tasting ale. The malts are 2 row pale, Maris Otter, amber and chocolate while Nugget, Willamette and Kent Goldings hops are used. Local honey is also added for a subtle taste and lighter body. Irish ale yeast is present in the nose and taste. Have a big glass, this beer has a lower ABV and a smooth taste.
6.3 abv, 30 IBU
A malty brown ale fermented with Scottish Edinburgh yeast. Flaked oats and six different barley malts including chocolate, dark crystal and amber malts are used in this rich tasting ale. Lightly hopped to let out the sweetness of the malt. A fun beer to make and a fun beer to drink.
Spiced Brown Ale
6.2 abv, 25 IBUs
The holidays are a special time deserving of a special beer. This Brown Ale is brewed with NY pale malt along with carabrown and Munich malts to create a rich malty base. Willamette hops from Whipple Bros. Farm are in conjunction with Summit and Cascade hops. The fun begins when we add brown sugar, fresh ginger root, cinnamon sticks, cloves and allspice. Reminiscent of a busy holiday kitchen..... "all is calm, all is bright".
Irish Dry Stout
4.5 abv, 32 IBUs
True to the Irish heritage of this beer style we have used 40 pounds of unmalted, roasted barley in the grain bill. Roasted barley provides the nose and taste of dark roasted coffee, then this dark ale is lightly hopped with New York Willamette and British Kent Goldings varieties. You will bend over backwards enjoying the Barley Stone.
India Pale Ale
7.5 abv, 74 IBU
A hop farm needs a big American IPA. We start with a solid malt base of pale and caramel malts and then add hops (a lot of them!) five times during the boil. We don’t stop there. We add to the serving tank in a process we call “Laced with hops”. Hopheads – find your NearVarna.
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