Leesburg, Florida • Last Updated: Wednesday, March 22 2023
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.
4 different hops are used to make this IPA: Warrior,Cascade, Citra & Mosaic. Using a method called Hop Bursting, trying to get as much hop flavors as possible without being overly bitter.
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.
A classic red ale, South Side delivers a rich malty flavor but is pleasantly balanced by the English hops. English crystal malts give this beer a nice red color, smooth and easy to drink pint after pint. Sláinte!
Tired of the same old oatmeal stout? Give Otis a try. The secret is in adding lactose, giving Otis a velvety mouthfeel with just a little sweetness. The result is a glass of pure delight.
Lunar is an American Version of a Belgian Witt. The malt bill is mostly in style but gone is the over-estery Belgian style yeast replaced with a subtle American yeast. We went easy on the coriander and threw in a nice amount of orange peels. Light and refreshing was the goal here.
A full bodied brew with hints of Cocoa, Coffee and Caramel brought out by the roasted malts with a generous dose of real vanilla beans gives our Vanilla porter an amazing complexity and a smooth rich flavor.
"Be Happy While Your Living' For Your Long Time Dead" A full-bodied ale, rich in malt complexity. Brewed with both English and American barley allowing hints of roasted chocolate, caramel and raisins with very little hop presence.
More than just doubling your favorite IPA recipe, Uppercut has been tweaked so it's a little leaner, crisper, less sweet-finishing beer. The end result is a hop-dominated, high-alcohol beer that threatens yearly hop supplies with it obsession over the richest oils and aromatics.