Tap Room No. 21 Copper Lager uses a pilsner-style lager with Manitoba White Clover Honey added to lend a smooth honey flavor. A perfect amount of hops is used to dry out the honey's sweetness while keeping a crisp, dry finish.
American Amber / Red Ale
An American Amber or Red ale is named more for its color (usually between a light amber and a dark reddish amber) than a particular flavor profile.
Most American Ambers tend to be more malt-focused in taste, although some have a more even balance between malt and hop flavors, although hop bitterness tends to always be low. Generally speaking, the malts are lightly toasted and slightly sweet caramel malt with the hops tending toward fruity and/or citrusy flavors.
Best served cool, around 46-54 degrees in a pint glass or beer mug.
Tap Room No. 21 Amber Ale is a deep, golden Amber Ale with a smooth, full-bodied flavor. The palate captures just a hint of honey. Flavors of hop and malt are equally balanced.
Medium-bodied, with overall balance favoring malt, and a slightly sweet edge. (Description provided by company)
We're best known for brewing aggressive, big-character beers, but we love a great sessionable ale as much as anyone. Most beers at the less-weighty end of the spectrum lack flavor and depth as much as they lack high ABVs, but not Stone Levitation Ale!
A classic West Coast style Imperial Red Ale brewed with medium Crystal malts, Centennial and Cascade hops. (Description provided by company)
In the late 1800’s Brooklyn was one of the largest brewing centers in the country, home to more than 45 breweries. Lager beer in the “Vienna” style was one of the local favorites.
Red Rocket Ale is a bastardized Scottish style red ale that traces its origins to our homebrew roots. This full bodied and hoppy brew finishes on the palate with sweet, caramel malt flavors. (Description provided by company)
Squeeze those hops for all they’re worth and prepare to pucker up! Nugget Nectar Ale will take hopheads to nirvana with a heady collection of Nugget, Warrior and Tomahawk hops.