Aaaa-zacca! Bless You. Big in citrus and tropical fruits, this lighter refreshing Pale Ale will be a summer go to for sure. The Azacca hop is named after the Haitian god of agriculture, with flavors such as orange, grapefruit and piney pineapple notes.
Translated ``night beer``, this black lager is one of the oldest known beer styles. We brew this relatively unknown style with Munich malt and roasted barley, giving it flavors like biscuit and coffee as well as a light sweetness.
Another historic style, this wheat beer traditionally replaces half of its wheat malt with flaked wheat. Look for honey-sweet notes and a bit of finishing citrus tartness. A full bodied and balanced ale without harshness or astringency.
The blend of Citra, Amarillo and Centennial hops gives this style its name as well as subtle bitterness and a wide range of citrus characteristics.
A pre-prohibition style, this beer would have been served in saloons on the American Frontier of the Wild West. We brew using historically accurate ingredients for this style. This beer appears dark, but drinks remarkably light, making this a unique choice.
A clean, malt-forward German lager with a smooth, dry finish. The subtle use of Haullertau hops helps to balance the malt-forward flavor. This is a refreshing, everyday beer.
Welcome to the dark side...A medium bodied stout with roasted malt and coffee flavors. This style finishes sweet and creamy, making this the perfect beer for breaking in to the dark world of ales.
Our take on the classic west coast IPA, includes Amarillo and Centennial hops, giving this beer its firm bitterness. We then dry hop with a generous dose of Citra hops for a strong, citrus aroma.
All about the malt! Light, refreshing, and highly sessionable. Named in memory of the family’s beloved Yellow Labrador. Just like Maggie, this blonde ale will quickly become your constant companion!
This is a deep red ale with complex malt, banana, and clove flavors. This old-world Belgian style was originally brewed by Catholic monks referred to as ‘Trappists.’
The “Discovery Well, Alamitos No. 1” was the first oil well drilled in Signal Hill in 1921. Named in honor of our first brew as the city’s first brewery. Deliciously balanced between malt, hops and notes of caramel.
This IPA is bursting with fruity, herbal aromas like tropical mango and passionfruit. It presents lingering bitterness and hop brightness due to the high portion of wheat malt.
A hoppy, bitter version of the English IPA with a prominent citrus character and less malt sweetness. We dry hop this ale three times more than a standard IPA using Simcoe and 7 C’s hops, for a pineapple-like aroma.
This strong Belgian style ale features firm bitterness and an explosion of spice. Highly aromatic, you may detect flavors of banana or even bubble gum. These notes combine with the supportive clean malt character to produce a surprisingly drinkable beer. However, we advise you to take it slow and sip this one!
Intensely hoppy! Using an initial blend of six different hops, then dry hopped with an insane amount of Cascade and Amarillo. This beer pushes the boundaries of what you can and should put in a glass.
This 14th Century German Lager was a popular choice amongst the commoners. Today in the states, this is a very uncommon choice due to it's rarity in the commercial brewing world. This style emphasizes the toasty quality of Munich malts while producing a dark fruity flavor and a slightly sweet finish.
A crisp and bright, golden-colored beer. The British Golden Ale is a newer style, developed in Britain in the 1980's. We’ve recreated this style using classic British malts and tossing in orange peel for a fresh twist.
This bold IPA is packed with flavor. It gets its spicy pepper notes from a large percentage of rye malt. The fruity aroma complements the pleasant bitterness while allowing the spicy notes to shine through.
A robust, dark ale with a lot of personality. Search for the coffee, chocolate and roasted malt flavors that dominate this popular beer.
Never tried a dark lager? It is thought that lagers in general would have been predominantly dark until about the 1840's. Our Swarthy Czechsman boasts a complex flavor profile ranging from rich fruit and caramel to cola with a moderate level of hop bitterness.
A highly hopped version of the classic American IPA that focuses on citrus and fruity flavors of hops rather than bitterness. And yes, it's supposed to be hazy!
Strong but lovable - just like our brewdog, Barley! Being, in fact, the strongest of the American ales, this style is smooth despite its high alcohol content. Sip and enjoy its prominent caramel malt notes and supporting hoppy finish.