Andi is brewed with a batch of Ginger Peach Black tea. This tea was then blended with Wheat and Pilsner malts and then hopped exclusively with Sterling Hops. Andi Wheat Ale has a wonderful peach aroma whereas the ginger is apparent in the flavor.
What you have here is an Ale shacking up and hunkering down with mango and apricots. At the same time. Snójr is brewed with an intermingling of mangos, apricots and ginger, and then dry-hopped with three varieties of hops to deliver a tropical fruit aroma and a hop-forward finish. Snójr is an Old Ale with strong ties in Icelandic history.
Brewed with a ridiculous amount of barley, Þoka is dark, roasty and complex. This Ageable Ale clocks in at 15-20% ABV and has a depth more in line with a fine port than with a can of cheap, mass-marketed beer. Þoka only gets better with age. After some time in your beer cellar, the heat of the booze fades into the background and the port notes and roastiness take over.
Sólin India Pale Ale is continuously hopped with more than more than 50 hop additions over a 115-minute boil. Sólin is brewed with a slew of great Northwest hops. A powerful but balanced East Coast IPA with a lot of citrusy hop character, it’s the session beer for hardcore enthusiasts.
Veður Pilsner is an Icelandic Style Pilsner brewed with a White Pear Tea and Pear juice. The Pear fruit complexity pierces right through the Icelandic hops beautifully, adding a gentle acidity to this beer that makes for a crisp refreshing sipper.
In addition to fermentation with an ale yeast, ages sour is traditionally fermented with lactic cultures to produce its acidic character. Served as a summertime quencher, Væta is delicately hopped and has a pale straw color. To soften the sourness, Væta is served with essence of woodruff or raspberry syrup.