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Named after the first beer I ever brewed, back in 1997. I was working for the Audubon Society in Greenwich, Connecticut. My first beer was a simple Amber Ale, and back then I didn’t know enough to take gravity readings but it had a serious kick! Today, Audubon Haze is a hoppy Amber Ale that still packs enough ABV to make any craft beer lover smile.
A Barrel Aged Russian Imperial Stout. It was aged in Buffalo Trace barrels for 7 months. The beer is huge in flavor notes of chocolate and dark roasted malt with a strong bourbon backbone.
Black Pumpkin Ale is my version of the very popular pumpkin beer styles around today. I combine subtle spices and dark specialty malt to create a dark roasted pumpkin beer that won’t choke you with too much spice. The pumpkin flavor is not pronounced, solidifying the fact you are drinking beer not eating pumpkin pie!
A true summer beer. This Belgian Saison is brewed with fresh ginger and blood orange. The flavor is plentiful and complex. This beer is refreshing on a hot summer day. Have a couple.
Eclipse is an old English style beer called an ESB. ESB stands for Extra Special Bitter. Ironically the beer is not bitter but actually malt forward! This style is known for its caramel/bready flavor. The hops are balanced to avoid a cloying sweet beer.
Elusive got its name because it took me forever to create a stout recipe that I was proud of. When I finally nailed the formulation for this beer I was attempting to keg it in my basement when my carboy broke, spilling this awesome smelling oatmeal stout all over the floor. Luckily, I take good notes and was able to reproduce this beer! This is the perfect beer on a cold winter day. Contains lactose.
Hazy Monk is a Belgian Wit Bier brewed with sweet orange peel and coriander.
2 yr anniversary beer, Double dry hopped DIPA with grapefruit added. The big hop presence is balanced out with high end English malts to create a full flavor DIPA that is more drinkable than most. The grapefruit adds an additional layer of bitterness with some sour character.
Its dry hopped English pale ale, with Loral and Amarillo hops.
New England style Pale Ale. Huge tropical aroma of pineapple and citrus with a slight pineyness. The flavors carry through the soft mouthfeel and white fluffy head.
Named after my Pepe’s plaid pants he wore in the 80s. This robust Porter is a classic English style Porter with hints of coffee. I use specialty malts to create a smooth coffee flavor with compliments of chocolate and toffee.
A blond ale with hints of cherry. I consider this beer to be a great introduction beer for the non-craft beer drinker. It’s easy light, fresh and a little lower in alcohol.
Vienne lager brewed to be as true to style as possible. Protocol is balanced slightly toasty with some biscuit flavors on the back side.
Named after the last fire department to call 111 Ohio Ave. home. RH5 is an American lager brewed with local honey. The honey gives the beer a little more mouth feel and some complexity that its drier cousins don’t have. The late additions of Galaxy hops compliment the malt backbone with great melon/tropical fruit aroma.
The latest of Oval’s barrel aging program, Resurrection is a Barley wine aged in Bourbon barrels that were used to age spirits that where once beer. Mountain Spirit Distilling stilled a hoppy amber ale into a delicious 140 proof spirit. The spirit was aged in the barrels until saturation. Then the Barley Wine was added and aged in the barrels for 10 months. Only 31 gallons will be sold this year in order to age the remainder for additional time
Named after the Saturday Night Live skit. While I was living out in the Seattle area I developed an appreciation of IPAs. Washington is the US capital of hop cultivation, and the local IPAs showcase that fact. Rock Eater is my version of an old school West Coast IPA. It has a great straw color and a classic Cascade and Citra hop nose.
This beer is named after a good friend’s stepfather. I designed this beer to match how he described what he remembered as a traditional Scottish Ale. Being that Ron is as Scottish as it gets, Ron’s Ale is full of malt forward caramel flavor. Don’t worry about bitter hops in this beer; it’s all about the malt. I’m able to create some unique complexity by using higher boiling temperatures for extended periods to caramelize the sugars in the wort.
Named after my grandmother. Ruby was created for flavor by my brother Curry and I. It doesn’t fit into any specific category. Ruby is a red beer with obvious citrus and tropical fruit on the nose. This beer is easy drinking any time of year.
A Brown ale, the brewer’s favorite style. Simple Man’s complexity starts with hints of caramel, coffee and chocolate. This beer dispels many dark beer myths being light in mouthfeel and balanced in hops and malt.
An American pilsner with rye and dry hopped with Loral hops. Simplicity makes a great lawnmower beer. It’s light, and easy to drink.
Blond Stout brewed with Acceptance Coffee and Maple Syrup.
Star Gazer is an American Wheat IPA. Wheat IPAs were around before the New England craze. They are big on aroma and hop flavor but little hop bitterness.
Blackberry Cream Ale. Cream ales are one of three indigenous beers of America. Summer Fling is my second flavored beer. It is light and refreshing, perfect for a hot summer day.
Winter Fling is the third beer in the fling series of flavored beers. This is an India Pale Lager (IPL) treated with 96 lbs of pink guava. The beer is slightly hoppy with a delicious guava finish.