Bad Bad Leroy Brown Imperial Brown Ale
December 3, 2018
This Imperial Brown Ale comes in at a whopping 11% ABV! It is dark amber in color with a creamy white head. When you sip on this tasty brew you will taste notes of rich dark caramel, toffee, and roasted nuts supported by an earthy backbone.
“Bad Bad Leroy Brown” is a limited release so get it before its gone!
Crantastic Voyage - Cranberry Berliner Weisse
November 19 2018
This kettle sour beer is rosey pink is color because it was made with over 200 pounds of cranberries! Slightly tart with a bready finish. A perfect pairing for your Thanksgiving turkey.
Azacca what I need! IPA
October 29 2018
When the Fall weather teases of Winter, you need a tropical IPA – right? Presenting “Azacca, what I need!” IPA–slightly hazy, like the weather, and golden in color, like the Summer we so miss.
Azacca is at the helm of a trio of beautifully compatible hop varieties—Azacca, Citra and Ekuanot—creating a nose of orange rind and pine. You might just find honeydew and cantaloupe melons, grassy hops, and a bit of mango in the mix too. And then–wait for it–the orange rind is back for an encore.
Vicious Fuzz Peach Berliner Weisse
October 22 2018
Presenting our first house-brewed potable of the sour variety—“Vicious Fuzz” Peach Berliner Weisse. Everything is in good measure here with a vivacious ABV of 7% and inspiration–that is nothing short of diabolical–from over 400 sounds of beautiful, sweet, fuzzy peaches. Moderately sour with a healthy wheat base, Vicious Fuzz is, well—WICKED!
October 15 2018
Complicated times call for simple, straightforward beer. Introducing 1812 Lager, the newest addition to the growing family of Eli Fish Brewing Company house-brewed beers.
Slightly sweet and very lightly hopped, with favorable measures of 5% ABV and 10 IBUs, 1812 Lager eschews the heavily-hopped practices of the day, in favor simplicity of taste and ease of drinking.
September 28, 2018
In honor of our first OktoberFest – Jon has brewed our first OkotberFest beer. In the style of a classic Bavarian Märzen Lager, you can expect a full-bodied maltiness, a little bit of spice, dryness and touch of hoppy bitterness on the finish.
You can also expect the first Eli Fish Brewing Company OktoberFest beer to be a new brewery favorite. Let’s hope Jon made a lot!
Two Timer Double IPA
September 10, 2018
Introducing “Two Timer”– a kinda sweet, kinda spicy, Double IPA. Between you and me, it’s so good it’s scandalous. (But you didn’t hear that from me.) Notes of malt, pepper and citrus at the start, and slight bitter notes at the end. Oh yes–thats Two-Timer. The ABV of 8.5% is a gentle reminder that this beer isn’t to be trifled with. Once you’ve tried it you’ll want to talk about it.
But should you?
July 30, 2018
A traditional wheat beer made with 50% local white wheat, 50% local pilsner malt—100% local from New York Craft Malt, Harvester Wheat is our version of a classic summer wheat beer–packed full of local wheat and hopped with Tettnang hops for a classic noble aroma and ever-so slight spiceyness.
July 8, 2018
What goes together better than coffee, chocolate and beer? The answer is nothing. 7.5% ABV and poured on nitro. It’s packed full of Batavia-legend Oliver’s chocolate and coffee. It’s smooth, rich and a great way to start or end the day.
Awry Rye Saison
June 8, 2018
A classic saison with a generous addition of local rye. It’s subtle hop character highlights the dry finish from the rye.
Madame Edna Saison
May 5, 2018
Golden color with notes of citrus, fruity hops and a touch of yeast. Just the right amount of everything.
Señor Pescado Lager
May 5, 2018
Made in the traditional, refreshing Mexican lager style, the beer uses local corn and a secret malt made just for us. Señor Pescado will be pouring both plain and lime-infused.
Talking Walls IPA
Floral with notes of citrus.
Low Cloud Ale
Citrusy. Cloudy. Bona fide drinkable.
Congressional Session Pale Ale
Gently hopped with Chinook, Amarillo and Cascade.
Slightly sweet with malty flavors.
The Brewer's Wife
Blonde ale, refreshingly light with wheat finish.
First Draught IPA
Malty & slightly bitter.