LET'S GET LOST
FRESH TO DEATH
WET HOP NW PALE ALE
Farm to tun! It was race against time to get a massive 70lbs of freshly harvested Strata hops into this brew. This NW Pale was made to highlight the amazing charactistics of these hops in their freshest state. Finally, dry-hopped with Strata and Centennial to balance out this classic style.
Traditional Oktoberfest style of Marzen Lager. A malty lager that is crisp, biscuity, and easy to drink. Enjoy this while you can, it won't be brewed again until next fall. Prost!
RAISE HELL, KID!
NEW ZEALAND PALE ALE
Brewed in honor of our COO, Anne, this NZ Pale showcases Rakau, Pacific Jade, and Nelson hops. Pales are her go-to beer, so we made a tropical crusher that will have you wanting more than one.
A clean and pale lager with high clarity and low bitterness. We never keg our lagers without a proper a minimum 60 day lagering process. This Mexican-style lager was brewed with an endless summer vibe. We are blessed with year-round sunshine, so let’s raise a glass and salute our amazing weather with this clean and refreshing craft beer.
A mild, pale, light-bodied ale made using a warm fermentation and cold lagering. Despite its name, a Cream Ale doesn’t contain any dairy or lactose. The “cream” simply refers to the smooth mouthfeel that is created due to the use of flaked maze (corn). Our Cream Ale is named after Turning Point Park in upstate New York that our co-founder Bobby used to frequent. Also, named “Turning Point” because it has been a “Turning Point” for many into craft beer. There is no use of vanilla in this masterpiece. It is a classic Cream Ale.
BITTER BLONDE ALE
COLLABORATION WITH KIMMI BITTER
We collaborated with Kimmi Bitter in tribute of their travel van, THEKRNL! A traditional blonde ale that is slightly bitter and a wonderful nose of Citra that makes for an extremely crushable beer!
GOSE W/ BERRIES
Brewed with organic blackberries and blueberries, this beer is not only delicious but beautiful too. Between the natural tanginess that is a result of the brewing process, the salt and the coriander, this beer has a fresh taste and a mouth-puckering effect that is downright addictive. This style was birthed in Goslar Germany over 1,000 years ago and is still wildly popular today. Pronounced like "goes" with an "uh" at the end.
HERE COMES THE SUN
Our staple Gose (Gose Berries) was so popular that we brewed another version with a different blend of organic fruit. P.O.G stands for “passion fruit, orange, guava” which is a popular combination in the world of craft beer and tastes like sunshine in a glass.
SAIZED & CONFUSED
SDIBC GOLD MEDAL WINNER!
Saison is much more than a style of beer, it is a family of traditional beers that originated in Wallonia, Belgium. Meaning “season” in French, Saison was brewed at the beginning of winter and conditioned in time for farm hands to quench their thirst during summer field work. Typically brewed from December to March to be consumed from May to September but here at Northern Pine we keep it on year round because of its popularity. This beer is golden in color with aromatics of citrus and pepper.
TOO DANK FOR STYLE!
MASH-HOPPED PALE ALE
With almost perfect remarks year after year at GABF, the one “flaw” that was noted for this beer was that this Strong Pale Ale is ‘too dank for style’…but that sounded like an award in itself to us. Hefty amounts of Simcoe hops are added to the mash and there is no shortage of hopping throughout this entire brew. Dry-hopped with Idaho 7, this Strong Pale Ale dips you into ultra-fresh dank flavor with every sip.
Brewed with Pilsner malt and a delicious combination of Citra and Strata, then dry-hopped with copious amounts of Nelson. This combo of hops serves a tropical punch to the palate. Brewed in honor of our new mountain retreat, The Lost Lake House, and getting to spend more time in the mountains with our Northern Pine family. This is the perfect beer for perusing your favorite lake (or any body of water.)
Our first IPA brewed at Northern Pine, this West Coast IPA is made with Citra and Amarillo which adds a citrus flavor that compliments this hop-forward beer. High bitterness, bold hop aroma, with a citrus and piney aroma. Cheers to many Golden Horizons ahead.
Named after an alpine lake in Idaho in the Sawtooth National Forest this beer holds a special place with our Co-founder, Aaron Ortega. This ale showcases a high malt character and a medium caramel character derived from the use of crystal malts. The American Amber is characterized by American-variety hops, which lend the amber ale notes of citrus, fruit, and pine which balances the sweetness of the malt. The American amber is one of the most widely enjoyed styles throughout the United States and serves as a cornerstone style of the American craft brewing revolution. Drinkable year-round and bursting with flavor.
RYE GOD RYE
This full-bodied porter is deep in color and has a rich flavor profile. In addition to the dark malts in this brew, 20% of the grain bill was made up of rye malt giving this porter a wonderful spicy malt complexity. The robust dark malts, along with the spicy rye, give this beer a truly unique flavor profile. This first time we brewed this beer it was a rough brew day where one thing after another went wrong. Towards the end of the treacherous day our brewer Chad yelled out, “Rye, God Rye!” and there the name was created.
BURDENED WITH TIME
BELGIAN STRONG ALE
This Belgian beauty has been sitting in the tanks for six months waiting patiently to develop a perfect balance of mouthfeel and aroma. It’s lively, boozy, fruity and brings a complexity that will challenge your palate..
A clean and refreshing Pilsner with a distinct hop aroma, delicate fruit flavor, and a slightly sweet aftertaste. Influenced by Labatt and Kokanee and brewed in honor of our friends at ‘The Cup’ and their Canadian heritage. You don’t see this style often at craft breweries so if you are looking for something unique, this is your beer.
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