Beer ready for liftoff
A light bodied coconut brown ale aged on cacao nibs. Pairs well with a deserted island or far off planet.
A rye IPA with centennial and Eldorado hops. Named after Saturn's sixth largest moon.
Seven different hops shine in this bold, dry-hopped Imperial IPA. "If I have seen further than others, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants" -Sir Issac Newton
Light bodies German Bock with local wildflower honey.
Ella hopped saison with raspberry.
Belgian Wit with orange peel, and coriander.
Single Malt and Single Hope on brett.
Crisp and clean German style ale with light fruity notes.
A compilation of Russian icons. Part Soyuz, from the R7 family of rockets (took Yuri Gagarin to space). Part St. Basil’s Cathedral (just so darn pretty). A Grand drink for czarists, communists, capitalists and (all) people.
In 1986 the Peacekeeper, LGM-118A, entered service. The missile came equipped with 10 MIRVs (multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle), each carrying a nuclear warhead. This fantastic weapon once almost got its very own train set (Rail Garrison), but in 2005 after just 19 years the Peacekeeper got retirement. Don’t worry though, you do not need to be retired to enjoy this calming drink in these M.A.D. times.
Both a Surface to Air missile and an Anti-Ballistic Missile, this child of the 70’s pays homage to freedom seeking men of the 1770’s. Answering the call for air defense for the US Army and armies around the world….. This We’ll Drink.
At 5:30am on July 16, 1945 a plutonium bomb was detonated at Trinity Test Site, ushering in the Atomic Age. Skip ahead to right now — Probably not 5:30am, likely not July, and certainly not 1945 — let our Trinity (Belgian Tripel) usher in your drinking day (as long as you are of age).