Harpoon Winter Warmer was the first seasonal beer we brewed and, as a matter of fact, it was one of the first seasonal beers in the country. To this day, we still look forward to the first Winter Warmer bottling of the season as a sign of the approaching holidays. From the label to the aroma to the flavor, it all reminds us of family get-togethers, and the beers that help make the holidays so festive.
Brewed since 1988, this beer has become a New England seasonal classic. Cinnamon and nutmeg dominate the aroma. The taste is a rich combination of the holiday spices and the hearty malt backbone. There is a mild sweetness to the finish along with the lingering flavor of the spices.
Appearance: dark copper in color
Aroma: cinnamon and nutmeg
Mouth feel: medium-bodied
Taste: sweetness of the malt and spice are balanced by bittering hops
Finish: blend of cinnamon and nutmeg
Lionshead is a classic Standard American Lager. Crisp, clean and slightly dry with some residual sweetness, it is as refreshing as it is thirst-quenching.
We use the finest American two-row and six-row barley and corn; domestic hops add just a touch of bitterness.
This winter, IBUs start accumulating like snow in Colorado with our new Accumulation White IPA . Brewing a white IPA was not only a way to salute the white beauty falling from the sky, but a direct revolt to the longstanding tradition of brewing dark beers for winter and winter seasonal beers . At least that’s what our rebellious brewer Grady Hull likes to claim as he shovels in plenty of new hop varietals and a bit of wheat for a smooth mouthfeel.
FERMENTATION: Ale yeast, four malts, two hops, vanilla, lactose sugar
COLOR: Deep, very dark brown
EFFERVESCENCE: Lightly carbonated
NOSE: Vanilla, custard, brown sugar
FLAVOR: Caramelized sugar, vanilla, custard, nicely sweet and balanced, rich and milky
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 48°F
GLASS: Tulip glass, snifter, oversized wine glass
FERMENTATION: Ale yeast, two varieties of hops, four varieties of malts. Figs, orange peels, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, ginger.
COLOR: Dark ruby
EFFERVESCENCE: Light carbonation
NOSE: Spice cake, dried fruit, mulled wine
FLAVOR: Spices balanced with sweet malt, slight hop bitterness
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 40-45°F
GLASS: Tulip glass or snifter
A spruce-infused pale ale, Pennsylvania Tuxedo pays homage to the flannel-suited hunters and gatherers who dwell deep in the backcountry of north-central PA.
Brewed in collaboration with family-run outdoor clothing company Woolrich, Pennsylvania Tuxedo is a sessionable concoction with a grassy citrus kick complemented by the resinous conifer notes of fresh green spruce tips. We went into the forests of north-central Pennsylvania and Georgetown, Del., to pick these fresh tips ourselves.
A dry yet doughy malt backbone lets the hops and spruce shine while still balancing out the bitterness, making this one an easy sipper.
We use a complex malt bill as well as a high mash temperature to make sure this low alcohol beer can still be packed full of hops. We use a blend of 3 of the most fruit forward hops, and a fair share of juicy southern hemisphere hops, to pack this beer full of flavors of ripe melon and tropical fruit. Our house yeast blend adds notes of nectarine and peach while flaked oats create a fluffy mouthfeel.
Our refreshing unfiltered hard cider is hand crafted in a 100% solar powered mill in Chatham, NY. Sundog Cider is traditionally fermented from a unique blend of locally harvested Hudson Valley NY apples.
Cleaner than beer, lighter than wine. Smooth tasting, full of big apple flavor. Crisp, balanced, and aromatic, it is a perfect accompaniment to any meal.
Pear cider made in Washingtonville NY with local produce – a delightful cider and a staple on our tap!
Badass Hard Cider is a craft Cider produced in Washingtonville, NY at the Brotherhood Winery. Using only apples and pears from New York, our Cider stands alone in taste, nutriitional content, and most of all, drinkability. Weighing in at 5.5% ABV, Badass has just enough “kick” to make for an enjoyable, session Cider.