"Beaver Rage IPA"
SO..you like hoppy beers do ya? Think you can handle it eh? Well you’re in for one hell of a hop experience. Beaver Rage IPA is known as the IPA for people who don't like IPAs because it is super hoppy --BUT NOT BITTER! The superstar hop lineup includes Summit, Willamette, CTZ, and Nugget.
Honey Mango Sour
Somewhere between a Gose Style and a Sour lies a tart, fruity, pleasant beer and this is it. At 4 % abv it is easy to have several of without getting crazy and gentle enough in its sour that you don't get burnt out.
The DANKNESS Monster Imperial Red Ale
Big beers don't have to be too rich to enjoy! This monster is well balanced and a beautiful ruby red color. Malt forward yet not sweet, hop satisfying yet not bitter, everything you could want in a beer at 9.5% abv and 40 IBUs
Bavarian Style Hefeweizen
No spices added to this beer. This is not a Blue Moon knock off or anything -- this is true Bavarian Style Hefeweizen! No hop presence is replaced by the subtle clove and banana esters made by this particular yeast developed in Bavaria Germany. Goes great with German foods like Schnitzel, Krout, and Bratwurst!
Leaf-No-Trace Amber Ale
Just like the hiking ethic of Leave no trace you will not leave any of this beer behind. The use of a New Zealand yeast with unique flavors of clean citrus are accentuated by the use of Amarillo Hops. Low bitterness at about 35 IBUs it satisfies your hop craving without leaving you bitter!
Butterfly Belgian Pale Ale
This delightful Belgian Style Pale Ale is beautiful and light much like a butterfly dancing in the breeze along the Virginia Creeper Trail. If big, heavy, aggressive, and hoppy are what you are looking for then look for an Easter Bunny on steroids.
"OMG"(Old Man Garrett). This beer has been approved by some of the most critical light beer drinkers on the planet. It's light, crisp, and not mass produced by a corporate giant. This beer goes best with parties, music, and friends.
Sometimes there is a good reason to drink, and here it is! This fine Irish stout has a dark complexion and a creamy smooth finish on the mouth. Predominantly Chocolate and Crystal malts, this beer is my Americanized version of a Guinness/Murphy's hybrid with the exception that this actually contains a significant percentage of alcohol.
This beer is delicious and extremely easy to drink. It's enticing amber color invites you in and then it's smooth flavor and clean finish leaves you wanting more, more, more. Don't worry though, we have plenty.
Bock is historically associated with special occasions, often religious festivals such as Christmas, Easter or Lent (the latter as Lentenbock). Bocks have a long history of being brewed and consumed by Bavarian monks as a source of nutrition during times of fasting. Everyday is a special occasion here at the brewery and to prove it we make this delicious dark lager all year. Very malt forward with no detectable hop presence-- This beer is its own special occasion.
When we first tasted this beer we needed a word to describe it that would smack you in the ears the same way this beer jolts your senses and Bazinga came to mind. Imagine if an Irish Stout and an IPA had a glorious baby together. They would name it Bazinga.
"BEAVER FEVER Porter"
Dark rich flavors such as coffee and chocolate abound in this Porter style beer. Hops are there, but definitely take a backseat to the robust nature of the roasted malts. "I've got a fever--and the only cure is MORE Beaver Fever"
"D-Town Brown Ale"
The Damascus Brewery is the closest brewery to the Appalachian Trail and we know how thirsty you can get climbing these mountains so we created an awesome version of the classic brown ale just for you. A beer that is as cool as the town it is named for and brewed in you will never forget your journey or this beer. Here's to you Hikers!
Not actaully "sweet" in a sugary sense, this beer is more sweet in a "Dude, this beer is sweet, give me a high five" kinda way. True to style Hefeweizen brew with a pleasant apricot finish. You may have had others in the past, but you will love our sweet beaver the best.
"Bimbo Blonde Ale"
This beer is easy to pick up at a bar and then goes down even easier. A pretty beer with its golden blonde color and bright white head it is richer than a light beer, but not heavy. Refreshingly light and bubbly you will want to take it home with you and then have it again in the morning.