Velvet Evil is Devilshly Delicious. Old ale brewed with chocolate, raspberries, and coffee. (Description provided by company)
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Hellfire is a Belgian Strong Dark Ale crafted in the Abbey tradition. Malt-forward with lots of dark fruit notes and a candy-like nose (no brimstone), the flavor is sweet, big and rich. Full flavored and full-bodied. (Description provided by company)
Monkey's Uncle is packed with hoppy goodness from huge additions of Columbus, Chinook, Centennial, and Simcoe hops during the brewing and conditioning processes. The hops are balanced with generous amounts of American two row and Crystal malts. If you like hops, this one is for you!
Named for the Russian space dog, Laika is a huge, chewy beast of a beer. Dark, rich and robust, it has a wonderful body and a flavor that has notes of chocolate, coffee and toffee. It is a fantastic dessert beer.
A German kolsch-style ale formerly known as Stop Work 689, Sand Island Light House was renamed to commemorate our finally covering the entirety of our home state in 2013. Sand Island Light House is the southernmost point in Alabama.
Maimed in an accident that left him with a hunched back, Brother Joseph Zoettl worked in the St. Bernard Abbey power plant shoveling coal.
Lily Flagg Milk Stout is named for Huntsville’s most famous quadruped. A prize cow owned by local plantation owner Samuel B. Moore, Lily Flagg was honored as one of the world’s best butterfat producers in 1892 at an exposition in Chicago.
Albert. Able. Gordo. Miss Baker. Bonny. Goliath. Between 1948 and 1961 these primate pioneers and others bravely went where no man had ever gone before, paving the way for manned U.S. spaceflight. This hoppy little monkey of a beer is a tribute to those Simian heroes of yesteryear.