Let's get to the good stuff. Beer can be brewed to a wide variety of colors, clarity, aromas, flavors, and strengths. At Brotherwell our approach is never a "if you don't like this than you're wrong" type of beer-shaming but rather one that appreciates hows tastes change from person to person, season to season, and even within the same person over time. Our goal is to brew approachable beers that invite you to find the style you love and that always deliver more than you expect.
Bridge St Wit
Belgian Style Wit, 5.8% ABV
A real crowd-pleaser, our Belgian style wit is bright in color yet hazy in body. It features an orange/citrus-forward flavor and aroma that balances perfectly with subtle spicy notes of clove and coriander. Easy to drink for all occasions, the Bridge Street Wit is certain to connect beer drinkers from all points on the map.
Act of Faith Tripel
Belgian Style Tripel, 8.5% ABV
With a nod to this style’s monastic roots as well as its namesake trail in Cameron Park, the Act of Faith is an experience you won’t soon forget. Our Belgian style tripel is lightly colored and highly aromatic with spicy, fruity, and herbal notes. Its medium-bodied with a smooth, warming finish that barely betrays its deceptively high (8.5% ABV) alcohol content. The Act of Faith’s complexity is a sure reward for the willing.
The Chisholm Pale
American Pale Ale, 5.7% ABV
This wonderfully drinkable pale ale highlights the citrus found in American hops without excessive bitterness. We add a blend of West Coast hops during a whirlpool and dry-hopping stage to pull out subtle grapefruit and tropical fruit aromas. The Chisholm Pale has a slightly malty body & approachable bitterness making it great for any occasion all year round and a welcome embrace to the hop-leaning beer drinker.
American Porter, 5.1% ABV
This is the beer that started it all for the Brotherwell crew. The rich brown color of this American Porter comes from an array of toasted and highly kilned malts. Chocolate and coffee highlights are rounded out by just enough hop character for balance. Even if you think you don’t like “dark beer”, we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.