Same base as it’s big bro “Pulp”, but brewed with copious amounts of Lemondrop hops.
“House Roast”, our 9.2% imperial cream ale brewed w/ Rise Up Coffee. Huge notes of coffee on the nose, creamy body w/ flavors of coffee, mocha, and smooth bitter cocoa.
Clocks in at 5% abv, and a super soft mouth feel. Aromatic notes of fleshy papaya, candy like melon, and citrusy key lime. Taste follows suit with a creamy finish.
Big, juicy grapefruit on the nose. Taste follows with pungent citrus, orange rind, and a lingering creamy bitterness. 7.4% ABV
Huge aromas of maple syrup, coffee, and chocolate. Taste follows with smokey maple pancakes and layers of creamy house coffee. 7% ABV
Coming in at 8.3% abv, we brewed “Reaper” (DIPA) with Citra, Amarillo, Cascade, and Columbus hops, and then double dry hopped with the same. We get a ton of tangerine on the nose, with notes of peach and passionfruit. The taste follows with orange candy & citrus finishing with dank grapefruit peel.
Coming in at 6.6% and copious amounts of Mosaic and Citra hops. Double dry hopped with both.
A pale ale with layers of orange sherbet, lemon lime, and citrus hard candy. Nose follows with a huge orange punch. 6.2% ABV
This specialty release is part of the seasonal IPA family that includes the IPA base of Nanticoke Nectar paired with a punch of Habanero. This flavorful IPA finishes with a clean, balanced hit of tropical fruit with a touch of heat that builds as you drink.
This specialty release features the base IPA Nanticoke Nectar paired with a punch of grapefruit. Grapefruit Nectar delivers a burst of refreshing citrus to the palate while the subtle malt sweetness that plays off the hop forward grapefruit and pine notes. Heavy grapefruit on the nose. 7.4% abv
A refreshing and session Pale Ale that exhibits a bright straw color with tropical hop notes. Crisp and light on the palate with a slight pineapple and mango taste and finishes with a clean pine after taste.
In honor of Ol’Big Lizz, we decided to brew up a beer made with locally harvested butternut squash from Emily’s Produce. We roasted it, then added a mix of toasted malts along with nutmeg, clove and cinnamon to give you a subtly spiced and balanced spin on a “Pumpkin” style ale.
This big brew’s name is derived from the exact mileage to Chimay Belgium from Cambridge Maryland, in honor of those that pioneered the style centuries ago. Medium brown in color with distinctive Trappist-Style esters on the nose, this dark strong ale takes you on a Belgian tour of flavor. Massive notes of raising and fig dominate the palate until met with undertones of molasses and dough. THe finish is typical per style with a delicate candy sweetness.
This German Style Hefeweizen is a throwback in homage of Cambridge’s most lasting nickname. Golden-yellow and hazy in appearance, this brew is a combination of American and German ingredients. Complex yet subtle, a faint sweetness immediately hits your palate followed by a distinctive wheat note. Notes of banana and clove are detected on the finish.
Loaded with a ridiculous amounts of hops, the Chopdank is full bodied and high in ABV. Orange in hue like its little bro Nanticoke Nectar, this brew is unmistakably hoppy on the nose. Not overly bitter, the first wave has notes reminiscent of pineapple and melon that transition into citrus and intense grapefruit. Eventually finishing with a slightly piney bitterness.
This amber beauty is our hoppy interpretation of a traditional Red Ale. Named Red – C for the copious amounts of Chinook, Cascae and Columbus, this medium bodied American Red does not disappoint. Pleasant hop notes are noticed immediately on the nose and continue through the first sip as waves of citrus and pine come and go. A bold malt backbone keeps everything in balance as this brew ends with a slightly sweet, citrus fruit.
Our flagship brew, and a year round offering in kegs and cans, Nanticoke Nectar starts with citrus notes that progress into bold grapefruit and pine, then finishes clean with a balanced, hoppy bitterness. A subtle yet deep English malt profile elevates the hop notes while a slight sweetness underlines the brew.
Pronounced herbal and clove notes are immediately picked up on the nose and follow throughout the beer. Faint notes of cinnamon and orange peel add to the backend, as this beer finishes dry and true to style.
Bucktown Brown is somewhere between an English Brown Ale and Porter. This brew has a deep brown color and nose of caramel, chocolate, and coffee. The slightly sweet caramel notes underline a bold chocolate and coffee finish. Balanced with just enough Cascade hops to add a slight bitterness.
In honor of those tasty critters that scour the bottom of our rivers and those that work tirelessly to bring them to our tables, Bottom Feeder is the perfect go to after a hard days work. Part Blonde, part Belgian, this refreshing straw colored brew is light and crisp on the palate. Faint-earthy and light malty notes combine with an interesting wheat finish to make this an unforgettable and sessionable brew.