Wheat Double IPA
Snow is a Tree House Wheat Double IPA featuring a notable percentage of wheat in the grist and a boatload of Northwest American hops. Utilizing Citra, Centennial, and Sabro in large amounts in both the kettle and the dry hop, coupled with malted white wheat in the mash.
This Tree House Double IPA is created with a massive kettle and dry hop punch of Australian and American hops. It opens in the glass with huge notes of ripe pineapple, pithy citrus, and dank saturated hops. As it warms it shows its depth and complexity. . .
Curiosity Eighty Seven draws upon the knowledge gained when crafting Curiosity Eighty and builds on it further with a blend of carefully sourced Southern Hemisphere hops. Featuring all the heavy fruit-centric characteristics of Curiosity Eighty with a more heightened hop complexity, Curiosity Eighty Seven features powerful notes of guava nectar, fruit stripe gum, moist citrus, and under ripe pineapple.
Saturated is a Tree House Double IPA brewed with orange blossom honey, golden syrup, homemade mango simple syrup, and a blend of fruit forward American hops. It is carefully crafted to gently convey the essence of its individual constituents without an overly saccharine result.
New Decade is a celebratory Tree House Double IPA brewed to mark the end of a tremendous decade and the start of a new one. We pushed the body and alcohol in New Decade more than we typically do to accommodate a huge hop charge. Upon opening a can, New Decade hits you with an immensely juicy aroma. It pours a dazzling cloudy yellow color in the glass and emits aromas of fresh-squeezed orange juice, mango pulp, overripe stone fruit, and honeydew melon.
Rich and hearty porter ideally suited for enjoyment by the camp-fire as we transition to cooler months! Catharsis is brewed with an array of pale, chocolate, and roasted malts and hopped ever so gently with Warrior and Simcoe resulting in a beer with progressive attributes and a characteristic Tree House edge. You will experience flavours and aromas of cocoa powder, fudge, and caramel balanced by a dark chocolate-like bitterness and a robust body.
American Robust Porter
Pop Art is a Robust Porter brewed with a plethora of chocolate and roasted malts, caramel malt, and Kuromitsu. Kuromitsu - or black honey - is a very dark sugar syrup made from Japanese unrefined Okinawan kurozato. It is similar to molasses, but with a milder, more subtle taste. Pop Art pours a beautiful clean black color in the glass and tastes like chocolate, fudge, subtle molasses, and gently bitter dark malts.
Tango is an American IPA brewed with a copious amount of oats and a cornucopia of carefully selected American hops. It is brewed to convey expressive hop flavours in a way that is juicy and refreshing to your palate, without overdone or abrasive flavours. You will taste and smell tropical fruit, papaya, ripe mango, strawberry banana, and earthy citrus.
Super Treat is a riff on Treat utilizing even larger kettle and dry hop additions applied to a richer, denser base beer than Treat. It is intended to coax sweet hop candy flavors from a blend of citrus forward American hops paired with our house yeast. Saturated flavors of orange starburst, sweet tangerine, lychee, and unfiltered fresh squeezed orange juice play nicely with a gently carbonated body lending to a beer that is intensely enjoyable and eminently drinkable.
Bursting with fresh hand selected American hops, Julius - our flagship IPA - is a bright, juicy beer filled with flavors and aromas of mango, peach, passionfruit, and a melange of citrus juice. A soft, pillowy mouthfeel and rounded bitterness ensure it will never tire the palate.
Super Typhoon is a rendition of Hurricane that features amplified additions of Citra & Simcoe in both the kettle and the dry hop. Additionally, process modifications make for a fuller bodied base beer capable of absorbing the additional hop charges without becoming abrasive or astringent. The result is an incredible amalgamation of hops.
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