Brew List

The Usual Suspects

PATH- Pale Ale True Hoboken

5.3%, 30IBU Pale ale with a crisp, sessionable taste.  Light caramel well complimented with hints of floral, grapefruit, and citrus hop flavors courtesy of nugget, cascade, and galena. 

Heaven, Hell or Hoboken American IPA

6.5%, 65 IBU, American India Pale Ale.  Very light caramel backbone with a subtle bitterness, and a hop burst of grapefruit, citrus, and passion fruits.  Straw in color, hopped with simcoe, nugget, and cascade.

Jersey Lager

When are you going to release a lager?  NOW! Finally we brewed up our first lager.  It’s a 4.2% super easy drinker. We poke plenty of fun at big beer with this smooth drinking, local crusher.


Inconsiderate Dawwg STorter

The name... Well the name is a good story that we'll tell you over a pint!  This storter walks a fine (and debateable) line between stout and porter.  It brings all of the dark, roasty flavors you'd want this time of year:  think coffee, chocolate, and hints of raisins.  Coming in at 7.2% ABV and 50 IBUs, this is mans best friend. 

SPF 13 Jersey Summer Ale

4.6%, 18 IBU, Blonde Wheat Ale.  Light caramel with hints of biscuit.  Dry hopped lightly with Citra, hop flavors include grapefruit, melon, lime, gooseberry, passion fruit, and lychee.  We made this beer to be a nice, easy summer session. 

"Black DynOmite" Black IPA

7.0%, 70IBUs, Our personal winter favorite BLACK DYNO.  Dark as night, hints of chocolate, raisins, and caramel.  Citrus, earthy, and herb hop profile.


7.4% Chimney Cake Milk Stout w/ Cinnamon and Hazlenut Roasted Coffee Beans.  Designed to taste like the Hungarian dessert, breakfast in a can

One-off's (occasionally rereleased)

Double Parked Double IPA

Park the car, don't drive it after drinking this.  8.9%, 70 IBU, Double India Pale Ale.  Generously hopped with Simcoe, Mosaic, and El Dorado hops in both the kettle and the fermenter, tastes of oranges, tangerines, tropical fruits, cantaloupe, and melons wonderfully mask the alcohol of this big beer.  Brewed with barley, wheat, and oats. 


7.3%, 50IBUs, New Zealand Style India Pale Ale.  Barely, white wheat, and oats team up to showcase the delicious flavors of Nelson Sauvin and Riwaka hops.  You'll pick up flavors of passion fruit, grapefruit, and white wine. 

Single Hop IPA (rotating hop)

7.0%, 50IBUs, East Coast Style India Pale Ale.  Brewed with a soft malt backbone to let the hops shine through, you'll get a great showcase of what each hop truly tastes like.  Variants to date include Amarillo, Citra, Azacca, Zythos, Simcoe, and Mosaic

Double Paaahked Double IPA

Where'd we paahk the cahh??  8.9%, 70 IBU, Double India Pale Ale adapted to be New England Style.  We changed up the yeast, dry hopped during and after fermentation, and added a bit more oats to the grain bill.  Generously hopped with Simcoe, Mosaic, and El Dorado hops in both the kettle and the fermenter, tastes of oranges, tangerines, tropical fruits, cantaloupe, and melons wonderfully mask the alcohol of this big beer.  Brewed with barley, wheat, and oats. 

red card red ale

Flagged!  This one is for the hooligans!  Enough malt character to remind you of a traditional red ale, with a hopped up taste that you'd expect from us

touch of grey ipa

We will survive!  A dank 6.2% IPA brewed with our friends at NJBC.  We wanted a dank, resinous, hazy IPA that we think the dead would've enjoyed.  Dry hopped excessively with colombus

anniversary beers

ONE- Red Ale brewed with galena and nugget.  A celebration of our first year!

TWO- 6.9% red ale with an updated grain bill, dry hopped extensively with our love, simcoe

THREE- 9.5% Imperial IPA.  Barley, oats, wheat.  Amarillo, mosaic, el dorado.  Three dry hops... you get it.  A dangerously drinkable triple IPA
FOUR- 9.8% Imperial IPA. Barley, oats, and wheat. Amarillo, Zythos, Citra, and Simcoe. Following up on three, we brewed an insanely drinkable IPA with four of our favorites. Our biggest dry hop to date!

Brady’s Nightmare

This 10% New England Crusher (get it?) dry hopped with citra, mosaic, and amarillo this smooth NEIPA is packed with tons of flavor and not much bite. ***NOT proven to stop the Pats, unfortunately***

Brutty brutty brutty brutty rockin’ everywhere

Our first Brut IPA features lemon and herbal flavors, a pale color with a dry finish.

Citra Falc Down

Say it slowly. A hazy, pale colored IPA heavily influenced by the citra hop with some grassiness.

jersey blueberry sour

A tart sour ale with blueberry added. Clean, crisp and flavorful.

eNJoy series (NJ Beer Co collab)

An ever rotating series of brews made with our friends at NJBC.  To date:

001- 6.7% India Pale Ale with mosaic and el dorado, fermented on East Coast Ale Yeast

002- 5.2% American Pale Ale with mosaic and cascade, fermented on California Ale Yeast

003- Our first stab at the haze craze!  A 6.2% IPA with high protein content from all of the oats and yeast.  Fermented with East Coast Ale Yeast and double dry hopped with mosaic and el dorado, this came out as a delicious juice bomb of an NEIPA

004- 5.5% Milk Porter brewed with lactose.  Sweet roasty, and easy drinking

005- 8.2% Imperial IPA brewed with zythos, Columbus, and chinook.  A high protein beer fermented with East Coast Ale Yeast, it's a blend of east coast haze meets west coast hops

006- 3.2% Berliner Weiss- our first sour beer!

007- 5.2% Golden Ale.  Brewed with noble hops to be a nice summer crusher

Citra Mosaic Simcoe NEIPA- 6.7% brewed with wheat, oats, barley, and our house juicy yeast strand. An easy crusher

Simcoe Columbus Zythos- 7.1%, We dialed it in with some of our favorite hops. Grapefruit, resin, dankness and a touch of tropical fruits.  

Citra Ekuanot- 6.1%, we took our 003, made plenty of tweaks, and released this delicious tropical fruit hop bomb.  


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