It's a "double" version of the classic Belgian-style white ale.
A unique and richly spiced farmhouse ale. Its harmonious flavors include a range of of fruity accents and aromatics derived from an assortment of spices and a special yeast strain.
Brewed with seven different malts to give it a great complexity of flavor, Imperial Porter is an assertive version of English porter. There are flavor notes of chocolate, toffee, and caramel as well as the warming effect of a higher alcohol content.
Southampton IPA is an ale with the bold citrusy hop character of an American IPA and the maltier more refined character of an English IPA.
Visit an Old World lager brewery and the brewmaster will insist that you enjoy a keller beer direct from the aging tank. To a brewer this is beer at its purest: unfiltered, nuanced and gently carbonated. Southampton Keller Pils is just such a brew. And each year we make it with a different hop variety to create a unique interpretation of...
Southampton Pumpkin Ale is a unique amber-colored brew that has a particular appeal during the autumn months and the holidays of Halloween and Thanksgiving. We use a generous amount of pumpkin as well as traditional "pumpkin pie" spices to give this unusual brew a definite seasonal character.
Stunningly complex with tropical fruit overtones of pineapple and passion fruit. Imported malts and hops create a smooth, earthy flavor on the palate.
Most folks from the Northeast go to Florida when November arrives. But not the Southampton brewmaster, Phil Markowski. Back in 1995, Phil headed to Düsseldorf, Germany to taste the famous altbiers of the region. "Alts" are unique: less fruity than most ales but with a crisp drinkability of a lager. So what did Phil bring back from hi...
Grassy notes and a slight puckering tartness hits the tongue with a touch of mild hops. Mouthfeel starts out watery but finishes dry with fine carbonation bubbles.
Southampton Triple Ale is an authentic and faithful interpretation of the abbey-style ale that was created by a few of the Belgian trappist breweries. A well made triple is deceptively smooth and easy to drink despite its high alcohol content. Triples generally have fruity spicy overtones with notes of pepper, cloves, bananas, and citrus ...