Rotating Beers

The Full Ginger (Saison)
ABV: 6.9%; IBU: 28

Using fresh ginger like a dry hop adds a spicy aroma and flavor that balances the notes of bread and biscuit from Belgian yeast. With a smooth finish, it is a natural complement to most food pairings.

Quattro (four hop IPA)
ABV: 6.5%; IBU: 65

A West Coast IPA brewed with Equinox, Magnum, Mosaic, and Summer Hops, it is approachable and sessionable with a crisp and hoppy finish.

Pogue Mahone (Red ISB)
ABV: 5.6%; IBU: 27

A hybrid style based off an ESB (Extra Special Bitter), this malt forward beer with hints of caramel, toffee, and cherry is lighter bitterness than its English-born relative. Hopped with East Kent Golding to keep it true to its roots provides floral and herbaceous aromas.

Mocha Milk Stout
ABV: 6.8%; IBU: 35

A nutty, medium bodied stout that is brewed with two-row malt, cocoa nibs, and local cold brew coffee, it is not overly heavy or overly sweet. With hints of chocolate and coffee bitterness this is an easy drinking, full-flavored stout.

ABV: 7.0%; IBU: 69

Brewed with Jarrylo and Simcoe hops, this Red IPA (still unnamed) has aroma of fruity spice, pine, and hints of pear. It is sweet on the palette with a lingering hop bitterness that is distinctive of West Coast IPA’s. Red IPA is a great entry IPA.

Groundswell Hefeweizen
ABV: 5.2%; IBU: 12

A true Bavarian Hefeweizen, we use more than 50% wheat malt to achieve a full-
bodied crisp, light wheat beer. Low in bitterness and hop aroma, the banana and clove character provided by yeast are evident. A sweet taste and hazy appearance help to make this easy drinking beer a favorite for a full range of beer drinkers.

Piloncillo (Brown Ale)
ABV: 5.8%; IBU 22

This American Brown Ale is brewed with Mexican Piloncillo sugar in the boil that results in notes of brown sugar. A full bodied ale, the sweet is balanced withtraditional English hops such as East Kent Golding to add bitterness. Not as heavy as a stout, Piloncillo is the perfect brown ale for San Diego cuisine and climate.