What’s on Tap this week, July 27, 2021
Now Partnering with Nell’s Produce Market for our fruited beer menu. Infused with locally grown and sourced fruits.
Billy Blind ESB
Cultivation’s twist on the ESB features tropical notes from Simcoe additions with a golden hue and a touch of haze. You’ll find a more pronounced malt profile and mid-body hop bitterness in this marriage of pale and bitter beer styles resulting in what we’re calling an Earthy Pale Ale.
English Style Pale Ale
If you love the Chancellor Kolsch, you will certainly love this Cream Ale. A pale, light-bodied beer from pre prohibition times. Uniquely, an American invention, and was to “rival the popularity of European Lagers” back then. This refreshing brew will pair so well with the savory and salty food offered by @das_bbq this evening!
Our spin off of The General name, and it’s called The Chancellor.
This is a Kolsch style brew, one that actually originates in Germany. Lighter to medium in body with a soft mouthfeel and a more so straw, golden yellow color. Crisp and refreshing, and definitely crushable. Come and enjoy as fresh as it can get!
Using our staple, base Kettle Sour, we infused fresh limes and mint from Georgia. Come, stay awhile and enjoy this lime, mint bliss. It pairs very well with the slight tartness of our kettle sour.
Strawberry Mint Celosia
Big strawberry notes on the nose, with a burst of mint in the front and strawberry and tartness in the finish. Absolutely refreshing and an easy one to drink for all. It’s a definite crowd pleaser. Infused with of course local, fresh produce of Nell’s Market.
Passion Fruit Celosia
Our Passion Fruit Celosia sold-out quick during our soft-opening, this sweet-tart fruit bomb provides the sweet notes of passion fruit backed by our fruity tart celosia base for a juicy experience, finishing dry and refreshing.
We tried for the most approachable balance of sweet-to-sour in our flagship Kettle Sour. We think it expresses light sourness and fruity notes with a satisfying mouthfeel. It's sure to appease the discriminating craft beer afficionado while providing a jumping point into exploring our more aggressive fruited sours. Look for variations of this one including gose and exploratory fruit additions.
Newest Pale Ale made with Idaho 7. It’s crushable, tropical, and favors after an IPA.
Peanut Butter Roaster
The new and better than ever Peanut Butter Roaster. Our goal was to produce the effect of that first bite into a peanut butter sandwich, you'll notice the intense peanut and chocolate-like nose before quaffing the slightly sweet full body based on our newest Stout addition - Russian Imperial Stout “Rail Spike”. Additions of real roasted peanuts and lactose, you'll get that creaminess in the mouth and rich finish.
Our first Russian Imperial Stout at Cultivation Brewery. A darker, chocolate color stout and higher alcohol content that is created to be a little more hoppy of a stout. A wonderful, chewy mouthfeel!