Our take on a Polish original, Piwo Grodziskie (pronounced pivo grow-JEES-kee-uh). The only truly Polish beer style around, PiwoGrodziskie (Piwo, Polish for beer, Grodziskie referring to the Grätzer region that made the style popular) is a light-bodied, smoked wheat beer.
An odd name, but not an odd brew. One part California Common and one part American Ale, the “both-both” comes from the use of two yeast strains: an ale yeast to pull out the subtle hop character and a lager yeast to create the unique flavor this beer imparts.
A melomel is a like a cider made without apples. This bad boy is tart, tart, tart! There’s a subtle sweetness from honey. It’s pink, thick, little to no carbonation (or still), and very cloudy. Oh, yeah, it’s also 9.3%!