Our interpretation of a traditional Belgian wheat beer. Brewed with a generous portion of wheat and spiced with coriander and Curaçao orange peel, this beer is fruity, refreshing and slightly cloudy in appearance.
- Grains: Allagash 2-row Malted Barley Blend, Red Wheat Malt, Raw White Wheat, Oats, Carapils
- Hops: Perle, Tettnang and Czech Saaz
- Spices/Other: Coriander, Curaçao Orange Peel, House Secret Spice
A witbier bursting with good karma. Made with dried organic orange slices, fresh-cut lemongrass and a bit of coriander, this Belgian-style white beer is a great thirst quencher.
Namaste was originally brewed at our pub in Rehoboth Beach with our Italian friend Leo from Birra del Borgo. It was a tribute to our friends at 3 Fonteinen brewery in Belgium, who had devastating production loss (1/3 of their annual production) in 2009. You can read more about the original brewing of this beerhere on Sam’s blog.
This style is a farmhouse ale, and is considered to be in the domain of the Belgian Saisons. Hennepin is a delicious brew for all seasons, it is spicy and refreshing.
A moderately hoppy, farmhouse-style ale with a champagne-like effervescence, Hennepin has a crisp start followed by malt sweetness balanced with a firm bitterness. Hennepin has a bounty of great flavors: ginger, spice, orange and toasted grain. Pouring a bright golden color with a spicy-sweet balance of orange peel, sweet malt, hops and ginger, Hennepin makes way for a dry finish with a slight bite of ginger.
As an accompaniment, it leans towards Asian cuisine, especially sushi. The ginger notes and the coriander pair sublimely with hamachi and salmon and a good dose of wasabi.
Malts: Pilsner, pale
Hops: Styrian Golding, Spalter Select
Spices: Coriander, sweet orange peel, ginger, grains of paradise
Yeast: Ommegang house yeast