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Just the shimmy, not the shake. This is the first beer in a series of customized batches. The Bustin Boards crew and the Key brewers dropped in a gnarly combo of Amarillo, Mosaic, Simcoe, and Chinook to land this satisfying IPA that you can ride with all day.
A Maryland style Rye Amber Lager/Ale hybrid celebrating the heritage of MD style rye whiskey ingredients. Local Chesapeake Malting barley with rye for a nice bite and corn to smooth it all out. A refreshing and dry rye finish.
Collaboration with 450 North Brewing. Pours a hazy orange with moderate head. Citrus, tropical, and slight dankness. Orange hard candy. Nice malt backbone and not too sweet.
Alright Skippers – This beer is ready to sail!
Skipjack Pils is brewed with real Bohemian Pils Malt! Super clean and crisp, Skipjack is brewed with german Mandarina Bavaria and Michigan grown Zuper Saazer hops. It’s light malt body and grassy citrus flavor and aroma will keep you moving fast on the water. You’ll love the cut of our jib with this easy drinking, super refreshing true Bohemian Pils.
Our take on a classic German Pilsner was created using corn grown on our very own farm. Saaz, Hallertau Mittelfruh and Triple Pearl hops provide a distinct German grassiness that is followed by a touch of grain, citrus and a clean finish
When someone looks at you and says “Pint?”, this is the pint they’re talking about. If you want something else, you’ll have to specify. It’s rich, it’s creamy, and it’s black (well actually, if you look closely, Guinness is ruby red in color but don’t tell anyone!).
It’s everything it promises to be. Every time. It’s what we’re famous for, and although we love all of our beers just the same, it will always hold a special place in our Guinness Draught loving hearts.
Hopefully yours too. Truly unique. Perfectly balanced.
Not many people know this, but the iconic pint wasn’t the first beer brewed by the man himself*
*The man himself = Arthur Guinness. If you knew that, get yourself a Guinness Draught.
Guinness Draught in fact was only brewed for the first time in 1959 to celebrate the 200-year anniversary since Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000-year lease on St. James’s Gate Brewery. Good man Arthur, he clearly knew a good thing when he saw it!
The QG makes it FUN to look your best so you can focus on your SUCCESS!