Mexican style lagers or Cervezas are among the cleanest, crispiest, clearest beers out there. With little bitterness and residual sweetness, these dry lagers are truly thirst-quenching, hot day session beers, brewed to be enjoyed by all your closest friends. With no fancy hints of this or notes of that, this beer is clean, crisp, and refreshing, Dry as a bone, and intending to be consumed ice cold amongst friends, good times, and hot weather!
Sour Ale - American Kettle sours are a relatively recent addition to the lexicon of beer styles in existence. Conceived in an effort to produce a sour beer quickly, without having to wait months or years for the bugs to naturally work their magic, as well as maintain a relatively clean beer stream throughout cellaring and packaging, and not contaminating an entire brewery with souring organisms, kettle sours achieve both ends while maintaining the craft, creativity, drinkability, and flexibility.
High Wire has a simple malt backbone, and a low hop load allowing its flavour to be dominated by Lactobacillus and Pediococcus lactic acidity, and a blueberry undertone, added during fermentation.
English Pub-Style ESB - Crazy Craft (ESB) is our Extra Special Bitter. Bitters are an offshoot of the pale ale family of beers, being produced since the 1800s. While Bitters are a broad category, beers of this style can have a wide range of colour, balance, dryness, and carbonation/head. ESB is the strongest of the broader Bitter category, and incidentally, is a Fuller’s trademark in Great Britain, though the term has been co-opted by the North American craft movement to describe a maltier, bitter, dark red, mid-strength ale. Crazy Craft ESB is a perfect balance of malt complexity and hue, body, and hop aroma and bitterness, giving rise to a highly drinkable but complex dark ale.
Pilsner - Pilsner style lager is the most widely imitated beer style produced and consumed worldwide. Even if you don't know what a pilsner is, you likely had some version of it if you ever enjoyed a clean, yellow, lager. German Pils is the first adaptation of the classic Czech style pilsner. Maintaining the clean flavours, moderate to intense bitterness, full body and general refreshing character of the Czech style, German Pils is brewed with harder water, due to the natural hard water profile of Bavaria, rather than soft water profile waters of Pilsen. This key difference is what gives the german style its uniqueness, accentuating the raw ingredient flavour profiles into a more intense bouquet.
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