House Brewing Co.
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Homebrew - American IPA
Where our journey began. Batch #1 of HBC - contains light fruit aromas and an herbal, piney background.
Homebrew - Red Ale
It was a crisp fall night in November, where New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter stepped into the batter’s box in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the 2001 World Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Jeter hit a game-winning home run in extra innings, continuing the Yankees playoff hope alive and playing in the first MLB game in November.
Similarly, House Brewing Co. brewed their second batch on a fall evening and cracked open the beer in November. Number Two marks HBC continuing their passion and providing a winter spiced ale to their portfolio. Spiced with fresh ground cinnamon, allspice, and nutmeg. Brewed with Goldings hops.
The Ole E
Homebrew - American IPA
The Ole E": selection #3 from House Brewing Company. Although The Ole E is a traditional West Coast-style IPA, its hop profile falls from the "traditional" IPA you're used to. Featuring a very heady hop aroma and deep flavor, we brewed The Ole E entirely with Chinook hops. Although commonly used as a bittering hop, Chinook brings out some of the best flavor and aroma you can find in a West Coast IPA. It pours reddish-gold from the bottle and leaves behind a thick & spicy aroma.
Homebrew - German Altbier
CTRL+ALT+DEL, or "Control, Alt, Delete," will have you wishing you were cracking this open with your lederhosen & dirndl...hope you don't pass out on the hill though ;) This is HBC's first venture into the "Altbier" scene: Alt generally refers to an old-school top-fermented beer rather than a traditional bottom-fermented lager that Oktoberfest beers typically undergo while brewing. We used an all-German hop profile: Perle and Hersbrucker hops give this Alt an uncharacteristic bitter kick. CTRL+ALT+DEL pours copper brown and has a deep & rich flavor profile, but it's light enough where you should be able to "control, alt, delete" a few of them without passing out.
Homebrew - Lime Seltzer
"We're havin' a soiree!" While this seltzer won't sweep you away to a COVID-free world, a couple of these should be all you need to have you feeling like summer. Our formula was simple: sugar, water, crystallized lime, and a dash of lemon juice. We let it sit for a few weeks, shocked it with some priming sugar to get it nice and sparkly, and just like that...Soiree was born. May this drink bring you memories of great friends and great times.
Jack O' All Trades
Homebrew - Pumpkin Ale
When gamblers paradise meets spooky season. Just like the versatility of a Jack in a poker hand, this seasonal red sale checks all the boxes of a fall beer. Brewed with German Pearl, Czech Saaz, Pumpkin puree, vanilla extract, Vermont maple syrup, and Chocolate malt, this beer is perfect for leaf-peeping and fall festivities.
Homebrew - IPA