This Pineapple Cedar Berliner is easily one of the most popular versions of our signature sour beers. Aged with copious amounts of pineapple and (SHHHHH) cedar cigar boxes from Ash Taproom

Fun fact: The reason this beer is called “It’s Complicated” is in reference to the popular emoji used to communicate “It’s complicated” when someone asks about a relationship status.

Get it? “It’s complicated”? Like damn Todd… just commit to her already.

And to be totally transparent, we had a really hard time coming up with a name for a pineapple cedar berliner so “It’s Complicated” is it. 

This has SUPER LIMITED availability.

What happens when we treat our signature berliner weisse with lactose then age it to perfection on a bed of mango puree and fresh vanilla?

An anomalous explosion of flavor flying from your glass.

Fun fact: This beer is a take on the Lassi drink that’s popular in Indian cuisine. Our brewer Danny had a Mango Lassi drink and thought “Hey, I can make a beer like this”. And he sure as hell did. 

This Calamansi berliner weisse is bright, crisp and totally sour – Aged with Calamansi lemons to deliver a “sour orange” or “sweet lemon” flavor.

Again… This is super tart. Just to make that clear. 

Fun fact: Canatuan is a mine located in the Philippines near where Calamansi fruit is grown. Calamansi fruit is native to the Philippines and resembles a mix of lemon and lime. 

A Double New England Style IPA a.k.a Hazy IPA that’s a total “hop soup”. It’s a full bodied IPA with just enough haze to remind us where the NEIPA style comes from.

And enough ABV to make it wicked strong. We’re really sorry about the use of wicked here. We’re brewers. Not “come up with name’rs”. 

Fun fact: “Underground Savage” is what others referred to miners who went into the deepest mines. In other words, they weren’t “Cacklers” at all.

Our interpretation of a light lager. One that actually has color and doesn’t taste like beer flavored water.

Light bodied and crisp, this is sure to please those enthusiastic Coors, Bud and Miller drinkers and introduce them to what beer is supposed to taste like. 

Even the most ardent craft beer lovers will appreciate this light lager as it’s the style of beer brewed long before the bland, boring beers took over the world. 

Medium-light in body with crisp, clean upfront bitterness. You’ll want to take time to savor the strong tropical and citrus notes that are prevalent in this all-american IPA.

Fun fact: A “Cackler” is what they called a miner who let others do the heavy work.

Sort of like Derek Zoolander (Click for video).

A chocolate mint peppermint porter that’s minty fresh with a solid chocolate finish. We missed this at Christmas, but what the heck – Florida only has 10 days of winter anyways!

Fun fact: We used real mint leaves in this beer. We only used 8 oz of dried mint leaves to flavor 5 barrels of beer. The scaled up recipe called for triple that. That would have been bad. Like chewing 10 altoids at once bad. 

Luckily the 8 oz was the PERFECT amount. 

This coffee milk stout is smooth and silky with roasted coffee tones and a creamy finish. So easy drinking, yet totally anomalous.

Fun fact: Black strap is what miners called coffee. It’s also what they called the oil that went into their oil lamps in the early 1900’s. Which makes us think a lot of miners drank really bad coffee.

Oh and “con leche” is spanish for “with milk”. This beer has nothing to do with Spanish culture but we couldn’t think of anything better to use. “With Milk” doesn’t look or sound cool at all. “Con Leche” looks and sound really cool. 

Go on… Say it… “con leche”.

Now say it with a Spanish accent. You feel cool, right?

Our RPB house blonde that’s easy drinking with a light, crisp finish.

Fun fact: Blondin’s are aerial ropeways used in open pits in slate quarries to transport wagon loads of rock between locations.