The Usual Suspects!
11th Hour IPA is named after a popular ice climbing destination within Spearfish Canyon. This IPA boasts citrus and pine notes from the cascade hops. The moderate to high hop bitterness is supported nicely by a malt backbone making this a well balanced beer. 6.5% ABV and 70 IBUs
The Canyon Cream Ale pays homage to the beautiful and popular Spearfish Canyon. It is a light easy drinking beer with low hop bitterness and a slight sweetness from the local honey used in the beer. A great beer to enjoy on our beautiful deck on a warm summer day! 5.0% ABV and 10 IBUs
Pile O' Dirt Porter is a tongue and cheek name taken from the 4 ft. of dirt that had to be brought in to raise the brewery out of the flood plain. It is a robust porter with a flavor reminiscent of roasted coffee and cocoa. It is almost black in color with a tan head and medium body. Don't be afraid of the dark! 6.0% ABV and 25 IBUs
Wobbling Wheel Scotch Ale is a malt forward beer with a hint of smokiness from the cherry wood smoked malt. It is dark copper in color with flavors of raisin and dried plum. Moderately heavy mouth feel with low hop aroma and a lingering hop bitterness on the back end. 7.7% ABV and 15 IBUs.
Named after the hammer wielded by the Norsk God of Thunder, Thor. This Brown ale is brewed with hand picked Black Hills spruce tips. A dark brown ale with a slightly fruity and earthy flavor and aroma. 8.8% ABV and 15 IBUs.
Red Water Ale gets its name from a popular recreational river just north of town. It has a malty aroma with hints of caramel and toffee. The flavor is malt forward with notes of caramel and roasted barley. It is deep copper in color with a medium body and low hop aroma and bitterness. 6.5% ABV and 22 IBUs.
An English style bitter. A well balanced beer that tends toward the malt side. Moderate hop bitterness and low hop aroma and flavor. A refreshing, sessionable beer! 5.0% ABV and 31 IBU.
Dancing Bear Brown
This rye brown ale pours dark brown with a light tan head. It medium bodied with a slight nuttiness. It finishes crisp with a slight spiciness from the North Dakota grown rye. It has low hop aroma and bitterness. 4.6% ABV and 20 IBU.
So what do you do with all those left over partial bags of malt at the end of the year? Make a suicide beer. Duh! Throw in some left over New Zealand hops and hope for the best! Well, it worked. It turned out to be a black, roasty, delicious stout! 6.3% ABV and 125 IBUs.
Dr. Pat's Double IPA
High Hops Brewing Co., Windsor, CO
125 West Highway 14 Spearfish, SD