Leesburg, Florida • Last Updated: Wednesday, June 29 2022
Our take on the East Coast Style, but where most others tend to play down the bitterness we applaud it by tossing in over 2.5lbs of hops!
A great all around beer, Pours a nice copper brown with Caramel, Toasty and Chocolatey notes. Try one you won’t be sorry.
Smooth and easy drinking, the hallmark of our 311. We use three different crystal malts to achieve its beautiful color, Saaz and Cascade hops help to contribute some hop flavor and aroma.
This is a great summer American Wheat style beer. I kept the ABV on the low side but pushed the taste, well out of this world. Using Citra hops to amp up the flavor. So Whether you're catching some rays poolside or crushing your weekend chore list celebrate with a Citranaught.
Feet in the sand, a day at the beach, late nights and even later mornings, Our Summer Blonde Ale is perfect for the summertime or anytime for that matter.
CFB's version of a Chicago Classic. Light, Crisp with a Clean Finish. Try a pint and be whisked back to Wrigley field for an afternoon watching the Cubs play ball.
Packed with tropical flavors , This is a GREAT IPA for those that don't normally love IPAs! Tons of hop character, without all the bitterness.
Mischief, Gold and Piracy. A rich malty dark ale with complex and flavorful roast characteristics, this beer is designed to tease your palate with hints of bread and caramel flavors. Yet be very easy drinking.
We took a tart and bubbly Berliner Weisse and added a whole heaping amount of strawberries to make this thirst crusher. Berliner Weisse are a mainstay style in Berlin during the hot & steamy summer months.
This Double IPA Showcases the Apollo hop. It's Brash, Vocal and Theatrical, just like the movie character our beer is named after. Careful with this one or it'll knock you out by the 3rd round.
The Hatter's Hat represents whimsical, fun and a little craziness, exactly how I would describe this beer. A light lager with Cucumber, Basil & Juniper Berries. A dream is not reality, but who's to say which is which?
A Brown Ale hopped like an IPA? Why not I say. let's push the envelope, Full of tropical hop flavors intermixed with the nuttiness of an American brown ale.