When it comes to our beers and the ingredients we use, we give a wit. So rather than spinning just the same fruit wheel of the classic orange peel, we punched up our wit with the dynamic duo of tangerine and kaffir lime leaf. The fruit-forward aromatics and flavors are perfectly balanced, so you don’t have to bother adding a slice (or leaf) to the rim of your glass. Even with this lack of unnecessary garnish, you won’t find an absence of intense fruit. In fact, each dryly refreshing, citrusy sip of this coriander-spiced, tangerine-infused, Mandarina Bavaria-hopped creation will satisfy even the most hardcore fan.
A pleasantly bitter-sweet black ale with a fresh-roast coffee-like flavor and aroma, and a rich, malty body. A great choice for lovers of Porter, Stout and other black beers. British ale yeast, American Pale Ale malt, German Munich and British crystal, chocolate and black patent malts, American Apollo and British Challenger hops.
A bitter, moderately strong American pale ale that uses its clean, supporting malt to showcase its hop character.
A moderate, hoppy beer with a distinct caramel malty flavor.
Our amber ale is perfectly paired with friends and family gathered for a Lake Guntersville Fish Fry. We suggest Main Channel Amber Ale in your beer batter for fresh Crappie tacos.
This antique light golden pilsner is influenced by German and American traditions, much like the German immigrants that founded Cullman, Alabama in the late 1800’s. A local merchant found a hand written beer recipe in the attic of his old downtown building in Cullman. The recipe was found with other personal items of William Frederick Richter, who owned Richter’s Saloon in the late 1800’s. The mixture of English and Old German was eventually translated and resurrected.