Like the looney cartoon witch who had her meal of Hansel and Gretel spoiled by a famous 'wascally wabbit', we sprinkled plenty of magic into the pot on this one. What started as a sweet, malty blonde transformed into an aromatic coffee and hazelnut delicacy. Could this be Witch Hazel's infamous 'pretty potion'? You'll have to try it to find out.
Look to my coming, at first light on the fifth day. At dawn, look to the East. There, you'll see a lovely refreshing raspberry wheat ale, created for Middle Earth's greatest Istari. Whether you're brandishing Glamdring against a slew of orcs, riding Shadowfax into battle, or lambasting any fools of Tooks, be sure to charge up your powers with Gandalf the Wheat before finally sailing off into the Grey Havens.
Are you confusing a dwarf with a dwemer? An elf with a sprite? A tiefling with a halfling?! Oh gnome you didn't! Get your head on straight with this hazy IPA brewed with Citra, Galaxy, and El Dorado hops. You rapscallion.
Deep within the Lost Woods, the Kokiri Forest is known to be a source of life and order. But out here, it's a direct link to relaxation and fresh hops. Come explore and take in the fresh aroma - but try not to get lost!
You won't find this one sitting in a tank at your dentist's office. And while we won't make you cross the ocean to try it, this refreshing mango IPA will have you chillin' like Crush, cruisin' in the East Australian Current. Just remember, supplies are limited. We don't want you acting like seagulls out here... yelling "MINE! MINE! MINE!"
Created by Yavanna for the Great Journey, lembas, or waybread, can sustain adventurers through the longest of travels. Made by the elves, it can't be consumed by evil creatures. You're not evil, are you?
Here, if you have a milkshake, and I have a milkshake, and I have a straw. Well, I shouldn't have a straw because this milkshake is an IPA. No one should have a straw. That would be weird. So I guess you should just keep your milkshake. You. Drink. Your. Milkshake. It's delicious.
Boys and girls of every age: this Halloween, join the clown with the tear-away face, Oogie Boogie, and all of the tender lumplings in the pumpkin patch. Skeleton Jack is here with a pumpkin porter that will fill your dreams to the brim with fright. Don't be a Zero; grab this before it's gone.
The Night Watch might be the last place you want to find yourself, but rest assured you're in good company with Mr. Tartly. Whether sharing your favorite books or heading out beyond the wall, Samwell is a great companion to have at your side.
Kaldi of Kaffa made an earth shattering discovery when he found his goats nibbling bright red wild berries and getting a little more jazzed than normal. After a monk threw them into a fire for being the Devil's work, the embers were pulled from the flames and doused in hot water to preserve the smell. Thus, the magic of coffee was uncovered. We honor Kaldi's curiosity with this big bold stout featuring maple and Mostra coffee.
Hawkins, Indiana has seen some things. But even its citizens aren't prepared for the full-bodied decliciousness of the world beneath their feet. The Cupside Down is an otherworldly treat. The peanut butter cups in this Halloween candy inspired stout will take you right back to November 1983. Remember to leave the lights on...
House elves can become intoxicated on this potent potable, but it takes heaps to get witches and wizards falling off of their broomsticks. Made with butterscotch, ice cream, and vanilla, this buttered beer is sure to provide a warming effect for the holidays.
The Totanac legend of Xanat is pretty gnarly. There's a king and a princess and a couple of beheadings. It's a whole thing. In the end, though, there's a sweet vanilla orchid offered to the gods. It's name? Zacanatanuxanath, meaning ripe and black vanilla, which is perfect for our single adjunct vanilla stout. Except, that's really hard to say, so we opted for its short form. Enjoy a legendary glass of Xanat.
The Cretan Bull, the Marathonian Bull, and the Minotaur's Daddy: whatever name he goes by, the Bull of Minos looms large in Greek mythology. This pistachio, marshmallow, fudge stout brewed with our friends at Bolero Snort also looms large in your glass. Dark as the night sky surrounding Taurus, this Bull of Minos will woo you like his namesake wooed Pasiphae.
President. Guy on the dollar bill. Guy forever associated with cherry trees. No, it's not everyone's favorite Martin Van Buren, it's George "The Rock" Washington. Take out your wooden teeth and sip on this cherry vanilla ice cream session mead. And don't tell lies. George doesn't like it when you lie.
Sometimes depicted as a physically fit skilled swordsman with a temper, other times as a fat balding monk with a good sense of humor and great love of food and ale (and once as a badger), Friar Tuck is the stuff of legends. We don't know if Robin Hood's loyal sidekick liked pineapple (or even knew what it was), but you'll love it in this pineapple dole whip session mead straight out of Nottingham.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, a cranberry mead inspired by The King of Bootleggers: Charley Dale. After getting out of jail in late 1921, he spent his first taste of freedom sending his former fellow inmates a taste of the holidays with a gallon of oysters and a peck of cranberries. His friends wouldn't soon forget him and you won't soon forget his namesake mead.
Sure, he's not a bootlegger... or even an insurance salesman with obvious Mafia ties. But the Scranton Strangler still kinda fits our mead theme since he's at least a notorious criminal (even if Toby has doubts). This delightful tribute features white grape and... chokeberries!It might not make the local headlines, and you sure won't find it at Poor Richard's. But this one is sneaky, and it'll take your breath away.
Nightlock berries may be extremely poisonous, but fortunately for us they're also fictional. There are no deadly berries in this crazy concoction. But we did load it with decadent blueberries and maple syrup to make sure none of you would go hungry during your games.
During Prohibition, there was a woman named Gertrude “Cleo” Lythgoe, known for supplying liquor to Americans in need. Thankfully nowadays you don't have to travel to the Lucerne Hotel in Nassau to get some of the good stuff. It's right here in this lime, coconut, and banana mead.
Residents of Fergus County, Montana looking for a place to party during Prohibition knew to head toward Birdie Brown's place. Have enough of her namesake blueberry and apple mead and you'll soon be seeing the ghost of her black cat perched on the window sill.
Known as a squealer for his testimony against NYPD Lieutenant Charles Becker, Jacob Rosenzweig was also known as Billiard Ball Jack due to his bald appearance. While he didn't have peach fuzz on his head, this peach pie mead will remind you of Georgia more than Manhattan.