Pillar to Post was the first beer that was brewed at TrimTab, on New Years Day 2014. With an average brewday clocking in at around 15 hours, Pillar to Post is the most demanding beer to brew in our portfolio. It is a celebration of specialty grains.
American Brown Ale
Inspired from the English Brown Ale, the American version turns up the flavors to 11.
Ranging in color from copper to dark brown, this style generally features rich, toasty caramel and chocolate malts along with a strong dose of hops. The actual hops vary from the brewer, but American Brown Ales usually use American varieties of hops, often lending a citrus or fruity flavor to the beer. Bitterness can vary from low to moderately high, and some breweries add nut or coffee flavor additions.
Best served cool, at 46-54 degrees, in a pint glass, a tumbler, or a beer mug.
Slightly sweet with a roasted malt character, and a noticeable but not overpowering hop character that rounds out this Brown Ale into a very well balanced brew. (Description provided by company)
Brewed in Nashville, Tennessee, Hap & Harry’s Beers revisit the time in America when the freshest beer came from local breweries. H&H Beers are crafted in a style that can be enjoyed on any occasion. They are free of preservatives and adjuncts, and use only the finest grains.
Available only in our tap room and Moe's BBQ, this brown ale introduces a subtle maple and restrained smoke character that starts out sweet and finishes with just a hint of smoke.
Every year we brew a brown ale to celebrate the holidays. To make each year’s special, we alter the recipe. This year we wrapped caramel and dark fruit malt flavors inside a creamy toasty brown ale. May your holidays be filled with Festivity. (Description provided by company)
An ale brewed with Kentucky honey and ginger and aged in oak bourbon barrels. (Description provided by company)
Ben & Jerry’s and New Belgium Brewing are coming together in a sweet partnership to help fight climate change.
Oh me oh my… what did we do?
We fired up the skillet to 420°, tossed in a sizzling concoction of 2-row, Wheat, Pale Chocolate, Cara-Brown and Midnight Wheat, then added in a hefty dose of hop hash and other dank-ish-ish-ish fixin’s to scatter, smother and cover this baby all the way.
Tumbler is our take on the classic brown ale – full of roasted malt flavor but delicate on the palate and perfect for crisp fall days.
Lucy Anne Buffett, the original Crazy Sista, has crafted a brew just for her kindred spirits. Crazy SistaHoney Ale, made with Alabama Wildflower Honey and kissed with the southern sunset, is the smoothest thing this side of a sunburn. (Description provided by company)