Atlantic Beach Blonde ABV 4.7 – Pale Lager
This light Pilsner-style lager is the perfect easy-going beer anytime of the year. Brewed with Pilsner, Rice, and Carolina grown Rye malt from Riverbend Malt House - along with a healthy dose of Crystal hops, which lend a subtle lemon character - our AB Blonde is the perfect thirst quencher.
Crystal Coast IPA ABV 6.4 – American IPA RETURNING FRIDAY, APRIL 27!
There’s that special feeling when you see the coast crest upon the horizon, and the sea greets you while crossing the Intracoastal Waterway. There’s a sense of wonder brought upon as the beacon flashes from the Cape Lookout Lighthouse. There’s a moment of exhilaration as the Shackleford horses breeze past, running free on the beach. This culmination of experiences is what makes the Crystal Coast such an extraordinary place. It’s the moments like these that inspired us to brew this IPA - hopped with Simcoe, Citra, and Columbus - giving it a bouquet of tropical fruit and vibrant citrus - concluding with a pleasant malt finish.
Hazy Coast IPA ABV 6.0 – New England Style IPA
Reminiscent of those days on the coast where there is a blanket of fog rising up from the tides, this New England-style IPA will envelop your palate like a mist with its pillowy body and tongue coating stone fruit hop character. This beer is brewed with North Carolina malted Appalachian wheat from Riverbend Malt House.
Seasonals (Limited Availability)
La Concorde Saison ABV 5.4 – Saison / Farmhouse Ale
Unrelenting force from the broadside rained down upon the vessel. The sound of timber cracking underfoot, as the petrifying gaze of Teach pierces from above. On this day in 1717, she will no longer be La Concorde, but rechristened by Blackbeard himself as Queen Anne’s Revenge.
This farmhouse ale carries a balance between the orange zest and ginger spice derived from the yeast, with a tangy and refreshing finish. Brewed with North Carolina grown Southern Brewer hops.
Island Sunset Witbier RELEASING FRIDAY, APRIL 27!
Looking to the west on Atlantic Beach, you’ll see the amber sky burning over the ocean. Take a moment to reflect, and appreciate the spectacle of witnessing the water burst with color as the sun sinks below the horizon. Something many other beaches on our side of the states will never be able to experience. With a hazy shade of pale straw, evocative of our island’s sunset, this Belgian-style Witbier brings forth characters of subtle citrus and bready notes - finishing with a pleasant degree of creaminess from our use of raw wheat.