Take a cosmic trip with our new New England IPA made with cosmic punch yeast and hopped with Galaxy, Comet, and Eclipse hops for an out-of-this-world flavor punch.

Loads of tropical aromas and flavors dominate this delicious and hoppy NEIPA.


A Berliner aged with loads of mango, raspberry, and orange.

Crafted for those times when you want to be on a beach, by yourself, basking in the sunlight with a fruity drink in your hand without a care in the world.


Banana forward hefeweizen with subtle notes of melon from the Huell Melon hops. If you like hefes or wheat beer, this is for you!


An imperial ale aged with 30 pounds of Cinnamon Toast Crunch (contains lactose) for loads of cinnamon aroma and a sweet, cinnamonny flavor. 

This one is straight-up Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal milk. And at 8% ABV, it’s got the “hooched up cereal milk” effect going on strong.

If you thought last year’s version was good, wait until you taste this year’s version. Cody changed up the recipe a bit to keep the high ABV, but accentuate the cinnamon toast crunch. 

Don’t miss out on this one.

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Based on the classic cocktail, the Bramble. This sour has strawberry, lemon zest and gin-soaked oak chips.


Citrus forward double IPA with notes of melon, peaches, and pine. Bittered with Comet. Dry hopped with Galena, Amarillo, and Galaxy. 


A German Amber Lager. Malty and toasty with a balanced beechwood smoked flavor.


Geschmack Yourself – Berliner Weisse with your choice of syrup

Meaning “flavor yourself,” this is our signature Berliner Weisse with your choice of an ever-changing lineup of syrups including raspberry, peach, pumpkin spices and more

The traditional way of enjoying a Berliner Weisse in Germany is with a Raspberry or Woodruff syrup, so we figured we’d bring the fun to RockPit. Cheers to our good friend Joe Wright for coming up with the name.

Please note that the syrups will change frequently as we experiment (i.e. drink lots of it) to figure out some flavor combinations you’ll love.