One of our New England Style IPAs, this ale is hopped with Mosaic, Azacca, and Citra hops at a rate of almost five pounds of hops per barrel! It presents with a a nice head and a little bit of haze and not too much bitterness but rather a tartness and residual juiciness from the hops. The IBUs are low even though this beer is loaded with hops.
6.8% ABV; IBU: tons of hop aroma and flavors
Our take on the classic cream ale offering a medium body and creamy mouthfeel with a subtle residual sweetness. Just a little bit of influence from hops so don’t worry if you don’t like hoppy beers. This is a sessionable beer that is perfect for the new explorer of craft beers and one of our favorite go-to beers.
5.1% ABV; 15 IBU
A light bodied, easily drinkable brown ale that many ‘“I don’t drink dark beer” drinkers are enjoying. A medium bodied ale with some chocolate malt sweetness and a touch of hop bitterness.
5.6% ABV;32 IBU
This IPA is packed with four types of hops (Magnum, Chinook, Centennial, and Citra). It has a nice blend of bitterness traditionally found in an IPA with the aromas and flavors from the Centennial and Citra dry hop additions. The Blackness comes from the Crystal malt and midnight wheat offering a little bit of maltiness and finishing a bit on the dry side. Bringing together two popular beers styles - dark and IPA.
7.5% ABV; 56 IBU
When Kent’s parents bought a house in the Finger Lakes, hanging on the lamp post was a sign with the name ‘Braeloch’. That home in the Finger Lakes came to be a place where our family and close friends would gather throughout the year for reunions, just to relax, just to talk, and just to have fun. It is a place to go to unwind and be away from the rest of life. That is what is behind why we started Braeloch Brewing. A place where the community can come for great craft beer, local food, and just hang out and enjoy what life has to offer. view more.