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O’ Canada Canadian Lager
This malty lager is brewed with our friends to the north in mind. Using Canadian malts, this beer lagers for 30 days before being moved into casks to further condition.
The Diffie Milk Stout
Originally brewed as a custom beer for 1990’s country music legend Joe Diffie. The Diffie contains lactose, which is a nonfermentable sugar which lends a sweetness to this stout and balances the big roasted and chocolate flavors.
Style: Milk Stout
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This chocolatey porter was brewed with raspberry jelly donuts from Carmel’s Square Donuts and fermented on one pound of fresh raspberries per gallon.
Preacher Pale Ale
This malty pale ale is brewed with American malts, bittered with Centennial hops, and filled with late additions and a dry hop of Galaxy hops.
Style: Pale Ale
Breakfast Stout of Champions
We brewed this Breakfast Stout with unsweetened baking chocolate, Sumatran coffee beans, and oatmeal. The roastiness of the malt combines with the coffee and chocolate, giving off lots of deep, roasty flavors as well as a bitterness from the
Style: Breakfast Stout
Udderly Ridiculous IPA
One of our experimental new beers, we brewed an American IPA with a generous amount of lactose. The lactose, a nonfermentable sugar made from milk, will give us a smooth beer with some residual sweetness combined with citrus and tropical notes from the Zythos hops.
Tad Pole’s Glory
Brewed and named in honor of Carmel, Indiana’s roots, this big, malty barleywine is filled with caramel and dark fruit flavors.
Style: Barley Wine
Red Carpet Irish Ale
Our Irish Red Ale, Red Carpet, is brewed with a base of Maris Otter and a handful of caramel and roasted malts. The sweet caramel notes and a bit of roastiness leave us with a slightly sweet, slightly roasty red ale with a bit of spicy bitterness from the hops.
Style: Irish Ale
Under the Table Belgian Strong Ale
Brewed with six different malts and a generous amount of Belgian Candi Sugar that was made in-house and fermented with a Belgian yeast, this beer is huge, malty, and sweet.
Style: Belgian Strong Ale
The name says it all. This is The Diffie Milk Stout on steroids.
Style: Imperial Milk Stout
Fifth Day Double IPA
Brewed exclusively during baseball season and as a nod of the cap to the starters who take the hill every fifth day, this double IPA is loaded with Citra, Simcoe, and Amarillo hops.
Style: Double IPA
And the Bandit Rauchbier
Our take on the Rauchbier style, And the Bandit is a smoked beer brewed with malt that was dried over a fire. The smoke from the cherry wood imparts a sweet, smokiness in the beer that’s enough to be noticeable but not overwhelming.
The Ayatollah of Cinnamon Rolla
Brewed with real, fresh cinnamon rolls, cinnamon sticks, vanilla beans, and lactose, this sweet stout is like a cinnamon roll in a glass.
Style: Sweet Stout