Dogfish Head Sixty-One
-Sixty One marries two Dogfish Head innovations: beer/wine hybrids -- which Dogfish has focused on for well over a decade with beers like Midas Touch and Raison D'être -- and continually hopped IPAs. The name Sixty One is a reminder that this beer is Dogfish Head’s best-selling 60 Minute IPA plus one new ingredient: Syrah grape must from California.
Boulevard Collaboration 7
-Built on a base of two-row pale malt, Sonoran White Wheat, honey malt and corn grits, Collaboration No. 7 – Oak-Aged Lager showcases Riesling grape juice, peaches and lemon zest in a crisp lager hopped with Nelson Sauvin, Lemondrop and Hallertau Blancs. Following fermentation with the Ayinger lager strain, Collaboration No. 7 was briefly aged on Cuvee No. 5 Tank Staves, French oak staves that impart fruit, spice, toast and tannins similar to aging in a fresh/virgin French oak barrel.
Maine Another One
-An intensely hoppy American IPA with a clean malt palate, it leaves little but hoppy resins on the tongue; a dry, crisp finish; and a sense that anything’s possible.
Union Extra! Extra!
-A collaboration between UNION & Goonda Beersmiths – this triple-dry hopped DIPA was developed by the two brewers for 2017 Baltimore Beer Week.
-Hopped with over 2 lbs per barrel of pungent Idaho 7 & lush Citra hops, this Double IPA is sure to be the hottest news in town
Black Flag Brunch
-Smooth and roasty stout pumped up with loads of chocolate and a cold addition of Zeke’s coffee.
-By warming up our fermenters the Belgian yeast gets to unveil a complex mix of flavors and aromas: apple, pear, anise, clove, fruity and floral. A bit of beet sugar and Styrian Goldings hops rounds off a slightly spicy and crisp white-wine finish.
-Calvert County, MD
-Masters of brewing Beavertown (UK) and Garage Project (New Zealand) worked with us in San Diego to brew this double IPA with a power trio of kiwi, yuzu and habanero. Yuzu and habanero, sure, but who knew kiwi fruit could be so metal. Add in a colossal hop character to ride the lightning of the subtle but fiery heat. Hops, fruit, heat…And Juiciness For All.
RAR If I Had My Little Way
-Peaches come from a can, they were put there by a man.....and they shine on this one. At 4.2% ABV this one drinks super easy. Tons of peaches on the nose. Tart upfront with an immediate punch of peaches and apricots midway through to the finish. Fruit salad finish that lasts like you wish you could.
Jailbreak Ephemeral Vol. VII
-For the seventh iteration of the series, we turned Ephemeral into a full-blown double IPA! Aggressively kettle and dry-hopped with Galaxy, Mosaic, and Citra, Ephemeral Vol. VII boasts a wildly intense aromatic punch of passionfruit and earthy pine while fleshy mango dominates the palate. The dry yet full-bodied hop bomb beguiles the senses with its pillowy, creamy texture.
The only constant in the ever changing beer industry is that customers are always looking for new and exciting craft beers. Nick’s, with help from companies near and afar, has installed a state of the art Growler Station based on the same operating principles as bottling lines. We use a blended gas counter pressure system. This state of the art technique forces beer to fill the growler from the bottom up reducing loss due to foam, while keeping the beer as fresh as possible.
While Nick’s carries a wide array of craft beer in bottles and cans, our Growler Station has opened the doors to endless possibilities. Our Growler Station taps are constantly changing with beers that are extremely rare or even limited to draft only. Our list is always changing, so check back with us regularly or you may miss out on that one beer you have been waiting for.
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