Back Road Brewery`s flagship beer, and first original recipe of 1997, is also our house beer. This mildly hopped copper colored brew has a rich smooth taste. Hop varieties such as Styrian Goldings and English Fuggles are used to balance the beers maltiness. A technique called dry hopping is used after fermentation to add fresh herbal aroma. It is a great session beer and was made to satisfy a wide variety of palates. Drink and enjoy LaPorte County`s first production craft beer. 5% ABV
Golden Sheep is a fine pale ale brewed using time honored methods and fermented in our Yorkshire Square vessels, to combine full flavor with a dry and refreshing bitterness.
This hoppy pale ale is a recent evolution from the successful bitters of the last century and is an ideal lunchtime pint. The Kent village of Hadlow, in the fertile Medway valley, ...
Bright copper color with light tan head. Malty slightly hoppy aroma. Caramel and malty flavors with a perfect balance of imported English hops.