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“Ohh mad one. We see your trap. You can never escape your fate. Submit with honor to a duel.” You see us using old style, the courtship of honey doughed Cologne type pilsner malt fermented with Kolschbier yeast and conditioned on Morris County wildflower honey and tangerine purée. Clean, crisp, dry, sweet, this is that bro-mosa dawg! Hi-C and Tang embrace in a shirtless hug. You need to hit this!

ABV: 4.9%

MALT: Pilsner

HOPS: Magnum, Hallertauer Mittelfrueh

YEAST: Kolsch

MISC: Morris County Wildflower Honey & Tangerine Purée



We were working in the lab late one night when from his slab a monster began to rise. Deep within the TEB castle we built this Frankenstein of styles for session consumption. The heart of a Kölsch, some flaked corn bolts stuck in his neck, and the stitching of a Vienna Lager. Soft German pilsner, American corn, Perla Negra malt and Kolschbier yeast make the pieces fit. Hallertauer Mittelfrueh and German Tetttang recess into the bitterness tangling with floral pleasant spice. Notes of soft baked rye crusted bread, plum, light caramel drippings. Finishing dry and crisp. Cheers to the Adam of our labors.

COLOR: Honey Tea

ABV: 4.7%

OG: 1.048

MALT: German Pilsner, Flaked Corn, Patagonia Perla Negra

HOPS: Hallertau Mittelfrueh

YEAST: Kolschbier



We pay homage to the venue that cradled and incubated the fine-tuning of many batches of beer and part of the pipeline to the dream of opening of TEB. Brewed for the head brewers pops to sway him from his beloved mass market lagers this is our Champagne of Ales. No thrills, easy drinking, dry and crisp, touch of steamed corn, light and fizzy.

COLOR: Straw

ABV: 4.7%

OG: 1.041

MALT: Pilsner, Vienna, Munich

HOPS: Rakau

YEAST: English



Retooled and re-veiled. Mock 2 Megusta! Hail yourself! Nothing will seem dark and creepy when this American session adjunct ale hits your lips. Made to scratch the pint craving itches of alien Reptilian overlords, hollow earth dwellers and every freak in between. A flurry of sweet pitchfork juggling, dusting up Irish Ale Malt, German Pilsner, jasmine rice, American corn and barley flakes. A slippity slap of Mt. Hood and Crystal hops seal the cream ale deal. Notes of cottage loaf, lavender and honey, floral, spicy, faint citrus bouquet. Devour it.

ABV: 5.0%

MALT: Irish Ale Malt, Flaked Corn, Jasmine Rice, Barley Flakes

HOPS: Crystal & Mt. Hood

YEAST: American



Clincher reminds us why we do what we do. Remember the resonance of meaningful connections, rock it down by law, live life plugged in, loud, and beholden to the code of bond! This IPA announces itself with a flourish, Cashmere and Mosaic hops burst thunder in your mouth. Sweet like a bag full of smashed strawberries, shaped by biscuits, this hoppy cake is drenched to the bone with that dank diggity!

COLOR: Sun Shower

ABV: 6.3%

OG: 1.056

MALT: Pale, Pilsner, Red Wheat, White Wheat, Crystal, Dextrose

HOPS: Mosaic & Cashmere

YEAST: English



First Lactose Pale Ale up from the cypher. We’re making tastescapes through texture with juicy J quality. Nelson Sauvin, Citra and Simcoe hops loop, groove and grab ya’. Pale malts, raw & crystal oats, white wheat, milk sugar and honey in the whirlpool are the bridges to the dynamic. This is the New England Digital folks, free expression of love in all things hoppy to get the push and pull of gritty rhythm to the streets. Notes of fruit salad in a cantaloupe bowl, tart orange and sweet tangerine.

ABV: 5.6%

MALT: Pale, White Wheat, Crystal Oats, & Honey

HOPS: Nelson Sauvin, Simcoe & Citra

* Contains Lactose



Next thing you know Killer's GOOD! He is DAMN good! This is the doggone alpha pup of porters, designed to kill yo! The beast that feeds the beast Session-Style Porter with the raw interface of oats and wheats, deepened, expanding and growing with medium crystal malts, chocolate malts, and some de-husked roasted accents then conditioned on Ugandan vanilla beans. We know it’s in Tito Liebowitz’s mug, how bout’ yours? Smooth bodied w/ notes of half baked chocolate cake, caramel & honey, vanilla frosting, smoky roasted almonds and coffee.

ABV: 5.0%

MALT: Maris Otter, Pale, Crystal, Chocolate, Wheat, Oats

HOPS: Magnum

YEAST: American

MISC: Ugandan Vanilla Beans



Fresh hop anti-parallel vectors. Endlessly turning inward everything is synchronized in chaos, always ready to mirror. American pale malt, chit, oats, barley flakes, red rice, rye and wheats. The vibration from three Saison strains and wild type saccharomyces converge with wild glands of wet hop magic from Idaho 7 hops. Picked off the vine and shipped overnight across the country from our sticky-fingered friends at Crosby Farms in Woodburn Oregon. A funky cornucopia. Notes reminiscent of a walk through a hop field, garden woods, spice, earth, lupulin vines, dewey…eewey…it’s wild up in here.

ABV: 7.6%

MALT: Barley, Chit, Wheat, Oats, Rye & Puffed Red Rice

HOPS: Rakau, Saphir & Idaho 7

YEAST: Saison Blend



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Freshness & Variety Enjoyed Locally

Twin Elephant Brewing Company's vision is to offer an extremely fresh variety of high quality, handcrafted ales and lagers brewed mindfully with locally sourced ingredients when available. Our portfolio of beers are not restricted in style or flavor but will have a decided focus on all the classic styles that we have enjoyed drinking for a decade and a half. Our vision is for our patrons to enjoy these unique local beers in a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere that augments their tasting experience and to share their thoughts with each other as well as us so we can continually improve.

Twin Elephant Brewing Company is founded by three partners with the dream of turning their passion for brewing craft beers into an exciting shared adventure with the local community. Scott McLuskey & Tim Besecker have been homebrewing together for over 10 years starting, like most folks do, in the garage and for the last 5 years Cindy DeRama has joined the crew with a proclivity for recipe formulation using unique ingredients. Throughout the years we have honed our craft, learning and practicing the artistry and science of brewing. All three of us have entrepreneurial experience through both education and acting as key cogs in several small businesses throughout the years.