We use only the very best fresh ingredients in our beer so that each pint is of exceptional quality.
In addition to our flagships, we have great seasonal styles and are always creating new beers!
Our goal is to bring a taste of the Crystal Coast to all that try our beer.
Modern American IPA
There’s that special feeling when you see the coast crest upon the horizon. We believe we've captured it in this IPA. Winner of a silver medal at the NC Brewers Cup, this beer is dry Hopped with Simcoe and Citra - giving tropical notes of apricot and mango, as well as citrus such as lime zest and grapefruit.
Light American Pale Lager
This light Pilsner-style lager is the perfect easy-going beer anytime of the year. Brewed with Pilsner, Rice, and Carolina grown Rye malt from Riverbend Malt House - along with a healthy dose of Crystal hops, which lend a subtle lemon character - our AB Blonde is the perfect thirst quencher.
RETURNING JUNE 2019
Brewed with Key Lime and Mint, in addition to the limey flavor of New Zealand’s Motueka hops, our Mojito Cerveza is the ultimate drink to bring in our favorite time of the year! Grab a taste of the season with a pint of this crusher.
Single Bock - Amber Lager
As an homage to our native dome-backed Terrapene, whom we’ll sometimes find wandering into the brewery, we created this Dunkles-style Bock. This beautiful amber lager is characterized by a toasty-rich malt character, with notes of creamy caramel accented with dark fruit. Brewed with locally grown Carolina Malt House Pilsner and Dark Munich malts.
A century ago, this island was also known as the Atlantic City of the South. With the construction of casinos, bath houses, and other lavished features, some even began calling it Money Island due to all the extravagance and wealth being laid out. As the depression of 30’s began hitting the country, it too hit this region, and Money Island went as dark as this beer. Although black in color, this German-style Schwarzbier is an easy drinking lager with notes of mocha and bittersweet cocoa.
Sea birds fly the salty wind - east to south, north to west. Can we go as they go? Using over a pound per gallon of Key Lime and Blood Orange, the aroma of this sour wheat hits hard with a strong citrus nose. This follows through with a prominent limey tartness and background note of orange juice - all while being carefully tied together to create a balance of acidity and fruit.
In honor of the Black Pelican, we brewed this porter with Golden Promise, Golden Naked Oats, Vanilla and Lactose – along with a hearty addition of maple syrup – this beer will keep you content indoors, so you don’t have to challenge the wrath of the sea and find safety behind the wing the Black Pelican.
New England IPA
Pouring a hazy yellow-orange in appearance and drinking with a medium-light body, our Causeway IPA is double dry hopped with Citra and Azacca. These characterful hops emit big citrus notes of candied orange and white grapefruit, accompanied with tropical vibes of ripe mango and papaya. This is then balanced out with a mellow bitterness, in addition to a wild and green note from our restrained use of Comet hops.
Saison / Farmhouse Ale
Winner of the 2019 Mill Fest Homebrew Competition, this beer is a wonderful representation of a classic Belgian-style Farmhouse Ale with over 60 pounds of wildflower honey. This means over a tablespoon of honey in every pint!
Brewed with a traditional Saison yeast and Carolina Malt House, Inc. Pilsner Malt, you’ll get pome fruit (apples and pears) and honey on the nose. This follows through into the palate, with additional subtle notes of cherries and fresh cracked pepper.
Sea birds fly the salty wind - east to south, north to west. Can we go as they go? With almost a pound per gallon of Plum and Pomegranate, this sour begins with a juicy dark stone fruit character and concludes with chocolate covered pomegranate, while being carefully tied together to create a balance of tartness and fruit.
This farmhouse pale ale is driven by a fine balance between yeast and hops. Equanot and Opal deliver notes of ruby red grapefruit and white pepper that are then followed through with a distinctive rustic character and slight tartness provided by our saison yeast. This is then concluded with a subtle lingering bitterness and dry finish.
New England IPA
Boasting a pale yellow haze and cloudy soft mouthfeel, the second run of our Tropospheric IPA series finds a balance between its layers of lemongrass, ruby red grapefruit and balsam fir needles. Within this batch, we wanted to blend West Coast hops into this East Coast IPA, bringing out the classic characteristics of Amarillo, Centennial and Simcoe.
Seabirds fly the salty wind - east to south, north to west. Can we go, as they go? Brewed with almost a pound per gallon of Boysenberry and Tart Cherry, this Black Gose is resonating with dark fruit character. Beginning big and jammy, the conclusion finishes with a character of cherry pie, all while carrying a bright tartness throughout.
If it’s got hops in it - blanc it like it’s hot, blanc it like it’s hot, blanc it like it’s hot… Blanc It Like It’s Hot is a bright and effervescent Brut IPA, blended with Sauvignon Blanc grapes and dry hopped with over 2 pounds per barrel of Nelson Sauvin and Hallertau Blanc. Pouring pale straw in color, aromas of papaya, lime zest and kiwi swirl around the nose. This carries over to the flavors of white peach, guava, and subtle gooseberry that lead to a spritzy and clean finish.
Respect thy dead, and pay your homage. Graveyard Sister is our tribute to the souls laid down in the Old Burying Grounds - whether they be with or without rest. Created in collaboration with Mill Whistle Brewing, this robust Baltic-style Porter balances a depth of fudgy chocolate malt character, while maintaining an easy drinkability despite its high alcohol content. With a smooth mouthfeel, medium body, and clean cocoa finish, this reverent dark lager wishes to be reposed once again.