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BROTHER NATURE

BELGIAN-STYLE PALE ALE

Belgian-Style Oatmeal Pale Ale, a BOPA :) You’ve heard of Mother Nature, Father Time, Sister Swagger and Cousin Eddie…this is their brother...Brother Nature. Inspired by a Belgian Pale Ale but with the springtime palate in mind. Lighter, still retains a smooth malt character. We omitted the warm flavor malts and let the yeast pop those fruit flavors forward. The addition of Mandarina Bavaria and Pacifica hops add a light orange marmalade fruity spice to highlight to the plum esters.

COLOR: Drop of sunshine

ABV: 5.8%

OG: 1.053

MALT: Pilsner, Vienna, Oats, Crystal, Honey

HOPS: Magnum, Pacifica, Mandarina Bavaria

YEAST: Belgian

CULTIVATING MASS

HOPPY AMERICAN BROWN

The gang brews a beer. What up!? This hoppy American Brown isn't fat it's Cultivating Mass. DDH with Chinook, Mosaic and Simcoe. Beneath the sumptuous thwack of ripe peach cometh a bitter crest of chocolate, toast and caramelization. Lil’ smattering of oats to muscle it all together and voila, easy sipper.

COLOR: Scarlett Cinnamon

ABV: 6.0%

OG: 1.053

MALT: Pale, Oats, Crystal, Chocolate

HOPS: Simcoe, Mosaic, Chinook

YEAST: American

HOMETOWN GROUNDS

SESSION BROWN ALE

A rustic english-style, session strength, oatmeal brown ale refined with the warmth of wood and the elegance of coffee. This release in our new series dovetails light toast French oak spirals with a blend of locally roasted coffee from our pals at Boxwood. Echoes of the malt base tangle with light oak for structure that lift the fruit of the coffee blend. Toasty, nutty, chocolatey, complex, and drinkable. Notes of raisin, restrained caramel and sweet roast with a clean finish. Lifts you up while it calms you down!

COLOR: Dirt Diggler

ABV: 4.8%

OG: 1.058

MALT: Pale, Oats, Crystal, Biscuit, Brown, Chocolate

HOPS: Willamette, Sterling, Nugget

YEAST: English

MISC: Oak Spirals

SLOW FLOWS REMARKABLE

AMERICAN IPA

The millionaire, the mansion, the yacht…This bad boy is in the limelight cause its’ hopped right. Get a grip, Simcoe and Citra all the way through, an apricot fruit roll-up dusted in honey mango. Juicy, supple, plush and just enough bitterness on it to let the fruit shine.

COLOR: Morning Moon

ABV: 7.3%

OG: 1.071

MALT: Pale, Oats, Munich, Honey, Dextrose

HOPS: CTZ, CItra, Simcoe

YEAST: Trois

WALLABY WHAMMY

HOPPY AMERICAN WHEAT

Plenty of good ole American wheat that orphans a soft, clean, crisp and refreshing taste on your palette. Bursting through with an array of those magical Southern Hemisphere hops that offer up notes of grass, lemon, passonfruit, “Mojito” lime, and white wine. Good on ya brew!

COLOR: Glistening Daisy

ABV: 5.9%

OG: 1.059

MALT: Pale, Wheat, Crystal

HOPS: Riwaka, Motueka, Vic Secret

YEAST: English

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Freshness & Variety Enjoyed Locally

Twin Elephant Brewing Company's vision is to offer an extremely fresh variety of high quality, handcrafted ales and lagers brewed mindfully with locally sourced ingredients when available. Our portfolio of beers are not restricted in style or flavor but will have a decided focus on all the classic styles that we have enjoyed drinking for a decade and a half. Our vision is for our patrons to enjoy these unique local beers in a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere that augments their tasting experience and to share their thoughts with each other as well as us so we can continually improve.

Twin Elephant Brewing Company is founded by three partners with the dream of turning their passion for brewing craft beers into an exciting shared adventure with the local community. Scott McLuskey & Tim Besecker have been homebrewing together for over 10 years starting, like most folks do, in the garage and for the last 5 years Cindy DeRama has joined the crew with a proclivity for recipe formulation using unique ingredients. Throughout the years we have honed our craft, learning and practicing the artistry and science of brewing. All three of us have entrepreneurial experience through both education and acting as key cogs in several small businesses throughout the years.

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