We try to come up with names and imagery that are memorable and descriptive of the beer, and feel that Unimpeachable Pale Ale is both. (Description provided by company)
Fruit / Vegetable Beer
A term for any beer style with added fruit or vegetables used for flavoring. The base beer can be any style, but is commonly a wheat ale or any lager due to the lighter hop and malt flavors in those styles.
The color varies depending on the base beer style used, and additions can be in the form of whole fruits and veggies, syrup, puree, or extracts. The additions character can be mild to strong, and popular additives include peach, raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries.
Best served cool, 46-54 degrees, and in a pint glass, tumbler, champagne flute.
Hot summer nights, jam out to the cooling waves of Heavy Melon Ale, our newest seasonal track. Brewed with juicy watermelon and zesty lime peel, this crushable ale rips with a blast of melon notes.
Crisp and fruity with a hint of honey, this cherry brewed ale has surprising depth while being light on the palate. (Description provided by company)
In ancient Greece, “showing the fig” was a vulgar hand gesture, and Sykophantes means “one who shows the fig”. Earthy and full of dark fruit flavor from hundreds of pounds of figs and dark candy syrup, but with a sourness that cuts the gentle sweetness, Sykophantes is our fall beer.
Oak BBL Pumpkin (Description provided by company)
Bring out the best of the season with Leinenkugel’s® Harvest Patch® Shandy. It’s our traditional Weiss beer that we blend with natural pumpkin spice flavor to give you notes of nutmeg, allspice and clove for a taste that pairs perfectly with a fall day Out Here.
A variation of the Mad Malts Blonde Ale which highlights raspberries.
This ain't your grandma's fizzy blueberry lager. Blueberry Cobbler is a copiously blueberried glass of goodness with real cinnamon and vanilla added. It's purple, not because we add coloring, but because we use natural blueberries. So go ahead and sneak a slice. We won't tell.
Boulevard Ginger-Lemon Radler is a zesty, refreshing take on the tradition of mixing beer with soda or lemonade to create a light, thirst-quenching beverage ideal for warm weather.
We brew Grateful Harvest because we love Thanksgiving here in New England and thought a cranberry ale would be a perfect beer for the occasion. The cranberries are harvested from the local bogs of AD Makepeace, miles from where the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock!