The only way I would have ever made it to this brewery is through Jen. She conveniently lives about a mile and a half from the brewery, and therefore usually every time I visit, We take a trip out there, whether its with her parents or by ourselves. I think each time we've sat at the bar and ordered a tasting flight followed by a selected beer from their phenomenal guest beer list. More importantly, these are the beers you can try:
Frostbite - Greyish brown with a haze. Quite dark color. Smells of nutmeg and ginger immediately at the nose. Normal winter. Quite smooth. Spices leave the palate quicker which is fortunate. Some tartness.
6450 Red Ale - Pale red with nice clarity but more so ambered. Strong frothy peaked head. Dry and bittering like many reds. Lighter fruitiness. Good balance and flavor.
Maple Stout - Reddish hue to a brown cloud colored beer. Sweet and roasty. Some tart at the nose. Earthy tasting. Overwhelmingly sweeter finish. Cherries would seem like a usual candidate. Smooth body.
Flying Pig IPA - Still looking, ambered red and cloudy. Smells fruity and of pine with an additional tropical zest. Relatively flat with a carameled foundation. Quite hoppy.
Ukrainium Krusher - Jet black. Brown head. Filmed watery lacing. Smells of maple and oak. Chocolate and fruity sweetness. Doesn't finish with a bourbon aged. Woody and chocolate are predominating flavors. Limited bitterness while alcohol plays a minimal, but well intended role in the beers flavor. I wouldn't consider it an imperial stout, just a strong one. It was delicious nevertheless.
Brewery experience: 45/50