In The Halls of the Sunken
Saison & Sauv Blanc Grapes
The Brewmaster's Adventures: Chapter. VII
“… Somewhere between Le Parade de Beaucoup Mimes and the unpleasant business with the barnacled barmaiden, the hearty partying of the mystical city of Ys had pricked me with the pointy tines of homesickness. I cursed silently. My were-walrus valet was nowhere to be seen…”
The fruity and light spiciness of the beer blends delicately with the grassy herbal characters of the sauvignon blanc grapes, leading to a wonderfully complex and exuberant beer.
Ysian Strand ,
Mediterranean Sea, ,
An Obstruction On The Troll
The Brewmaster's Adventures: Chapter. XXIX
“… The Be-Riddling had gone on for hours by this point. A treacherous tete-a-tete of enigma and counter-enigma, of puzzle and repuzzle, of braintickle-er and braintickle-ee. I didn’t have all night. I’d need to think of something to bring this melee of the minds to an end, and quick. Reaching deep into the recesses of my acumen, it suddenly hit me, clear as day: ‘Hey, look over there!’ I shouted…”
Bitter and balanced. A West Coast style IPA. Brilliant bouquet of grapefruit and tropical fruit on the nose with hints of peach and lemon zest.
- Year Round
Riddling Trestle ,
The Garden of the Hell
Pale Ale & Yuzu
The Brewmaster's Adventures: Chapter. XXXIII
“… I peeled back the copse of dense shrubbery to unveil a shady clearing… and the tiny monster inside. ‘Hail, what manner of creature are you?’ I asked. Its beak glinted razor-sharp in the late-afternoon sun. Its clucking maw blew billows of ghostly fire with every breath. Its gobbler wobbled ominously. ‘KA-KAAAWWWWWWW!’ the Demon Chicken of Shikoku replied…”
A delicately hopped pale ale brewed with Yuzu fruit from Japan, which has notes of both robust grapefruit citrus and mandarin oranges.
East Fiendish Thicket ,
Return of the Lambton
The Brewmaster's Adventures: Chapter. XXXIX
“… I was only an apprentice at the time. How could I know not to fit the stolen Ruby of Ag-On-Dray into the Foreboding Wyrmsdoor, and plunder my way through the Cavern of Draconic Spoils, and nimbly avoid the booby traps along the Bridge of Serpents to reach the now-allegedly-locked door at the end? If I had known what I would face on the other side, perhaps I would have been more cautious. Probably not, but perhaps…”
With subtle bready and toffee characters and a finishing earthy hop bitterness, Lambton Dragon is a truly sessionable nitro beer.
- Fresh-Baked Bread
Wyrm's Wellspring ,
West Kent, England
Taming The Devil’s
The Brewmaster's Adventures: Chapter. LXXIV
“… The stray devil had begun leaving the dispossessed souls of damned squirrels at my doorstep each morning. To his credit, he seemed to think he was doing me a great favor, and it became a sort of morning ritual for the both of us. Not to be confused with the dread ritual that had summoned him to this plane of existence, of course…”
London-style brown porter. The forefront of this beer is malt with a delicate, distinct dark chocolate overlapping a subtle toffee character. (Available on nitro in the taproom.)
- Dark Chocolate
Warm & Mild
666 Stygian St. ,