Adam is a recreation of a historic beerstyle. Originally made in Dortmunder, Germany, it was the first beer I produced when I opened Hair of the Dog. Rich in flavor, Adam is best served as a dessert beer. It is great with chocolate or cigars, or just a warm fire and good company. It has 10% alcohol by volume and 50 IBUs.
Brewed in the style of an English Olde Ale, this ale balances the sweet heady aroma of spruce tips with the clean crisp finish of noble hops. Its malty richness is complemented by the warming sensation of alcohol.
An historic beer with flavors of bready malt, molasses & vanilla, dry notes of earthy hops, and just the slightest hint of citrus. At 12% ABV this beer is fully capable of washing your scurvy woes far out to sea! Born of an inspired collaboration with homebrewer, adventurer & beer historian Chris Bowen, Fegley’s Brew Works...
The name says it all. Crafted after the Olde English Ales, this award-winning beer is full-bodied with a distinct caramel character and slightly sweet finish.
Inspired by Impressionist artists who carefully placed colors side by side to portray light radiating across landscapes, Proximity™ is crafted with the juice of Sauvignon Blanc grapes and wheat for citrus notes followed closely by a light floral finish to balance your day. Availability: Limited Availability. 750mL bottles
Originally brewed for the now defunct Thomas Sykes pub in Burton on TrentIngredients: Pale malt; invert sugar; Target hopsColour: Straw. Nose: Almost sherry esters. Taste: Very warming, winey
“A British-Style Old Ale, this beer was brewed with winter in mind. Weighing in at just over 7% and made with over 1,000 pounds of malted barley, “Old Man Winter” is perfect for sipping by the fire while the winds whip up off Cape Cod Bay. OG: 19.0 °P (1.076SG) ABV: 8.0% IBUs: 65Malts: English – 3 varieties Hop...
Cask; Regular. Introduced 1995. Ingredients: Maris Otter & Crystal malts; Roasted Barley; Challenger hops. Named after the mountain behind the brewery.
"Pride of Milford" is a very special ale with a tapestry of complex flavors and aromas. It is brewed with five malts and fermented with the Ringwood yeast at a higher temperature which gives this beer a uniqueness all its own. "Pride" has a distinctive reddish copper color. It is strong and rich beer. When "Pride" was first brewed in Dece...
Traditionally, Old Ales are an English style of dark, rich and sweet ale, typically with flavors of soft currant fruit and blackstrap molasses. While Old Ales typically have IBUs (bitterness) of 30-65, Eel River Brewing put their own spin on the style by adding extra hops to ramp up the IBUs to 80!