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HELL BENT HANDS

AMERICAN AMBER LAGER

Let’s Elm Street this. HBH is our little hell raiser. A clean as a whistle ripper poised for gettin’ to throwin’ em’ back. Pilsner malt, jasmine red rice, pinch of light-roasted malt and sabbra cadabra the devil’s cabana boy is downing crisp mug by mug. Soft, lean body, with a quick sweet finish. Smells like deep memories of bottled lagers, baked country bread crust, honeycomb and light caramel. Tastes like a yang lang thang, some honey mid-palate, but drier than Hells gates. Raise a glass or three.

ABV: 4.5%

YEAST: Lager

DUDE...MAINTAIN

WEST-COAST STYLE DIPA

Let’s get it, this boys a bowse. The man for his time and place. A str8 study in radiance. Pacific Coast Style DIPA for green grass and high tides gettin’ you to that PEC (peaceful east feeling). Base is clean and supporting...texture like sun. Bitterness built from mid-sip on, crisp, dry and hoppy like Shinobi. Smells like some sticky icky sherbert, tropical candy, Pinot Grigio, tangerines, honeysuckle. Tastes like flowers, citrus rind, apricot, peach...enough to tie the room together.

COLOR: Papaya Whip

ABV: 8.7%

OG: 1.071

HOPS: Amarillo, Citra & Lemondrop Cryo

YEAST: English

CROOKED SPOKE ADJACENT

AMERICAN IPA

Yo, put one up. Cop this warlock. Another thicc installment of bazooka truth. American pale malt, oats and wheat flakes falling out the fringe & growing sweet bready legs. We thunked this whirly bird with a peak twist of Ekuanot Cryo to push that spine sideways. Then went bump into the crushed velvet halo with El Dorado, Citra & Vic Secret hops. Pokin’ at your snout with an orangey triple knot; tangerine, clementine and tang. Notes of coriander and vanilla shimmy across the centerfold.

COLOR: Burning Daylight

ABV: 7.4

OG: 1.065

MALT: Pale, Flaked Wheat, Oats, Dextrine

HOPS: Citra, Vic Secret, El Dorado & Ekuanot Cryo

YEAST: Vermont

NOSH: CITRA & MOSAIC

AMERICAN IPA

A soft cloud of hazy fruitful shoots featuring two of the usual suspects. Citra and Mosaic (the golden egg & the goose), all juicy, ripe, fresh and peely clicking through a kaleidoscope of pale, pilsner, wheat, chit and oats. Blow the froth off a few! Smells like mango, papaya, vanilla, tropical ginger, wild blueberry. Tastes like berry punch, mango cream, citrus bubblegum, orange peels in fresh berry syrup bubbling over shortcake pancakes.

ABV: 6.8%

OG: 1.063

MALT: Pale & Wheat

HOPS: Citra & Mosaic

YEAST: English

NOSH: CITRA & STRATA

AMERICAN IPA

Hazy golden pours letting you know what’s juicy with it. We’re discovering something a little sweeter this goes arounds. So swirl, sip, enjoy, repeat. Digging the body and texture left behind from a spelt dominant grist with the insatiable twist up of sugary tropical fruits and melons up front. Bends into a dab of resin interference and washes away dank, into fruity pebbles. Smells like lemon cake, lavender, orange juice concentrate. Tastes like cantaloupe, honeydew, ripe mango drink, orange granola muffin, orange buds and sweet pink grapefruit.

ABV: 6.5%

HOPS: Citra & Strata

YEAST: English

QUESTED

WEST-COAST STYLE IPA

How about some hellla’ fresh dank to guzzle for the next pint-by-pint slam-a-thon!? We got new classics, East of the West Coast IPA to keep you right. Strata hops ridin’ deertay with pale malt, white wheat, foggy windows and soggy endo. Smooth and welcoming armed with harmony for the bitter beings. Smells of cerebral invigoration, fresh sliced orange, Gewürztraminer, lemon, lime, pink peppercorns & sticky doja. Tastes like sweet and chewy candied white grapefruit, with a clap of pineapple, squeeze of lemon tea, laid up in a puff of cheeba.

ABV: 7.5%

HOPS: Strata

YEAST: English

SPLIT THE MEGAHERTZ

AMERICAN IPA

The wave just burst, this swingin’ sword lecture is closing down the sector, stomping the grounds and pounding a hoppy footprint. A milk sugar drip manifests this guzzler into a slick and chewy biochemical equation for your jugulars. DDH of Lemondrop, Citra and Galaxy wrapped up in soft golden arms. Notes of ripe honeydew, mango bellini, nectarine and mixed melon delight.

ABV: 6.9%

OG: 1.066

HOPS: Lemon Drop, Citra & Galaxy

YEAST: English

* contains lactose

GIRL, HOLD MY EARRINGS

FRUITED KETTLE SOUR

Girl, hold my earrings 'cause we got your back. The ladies of TEB rounded up to brew a beer to rep women in this industry and showcase what some badass women can do. Don't our underestimate the pink color... This sour mama straight up steps to it with a citrus front from tart calamansi and juicy kumquats but at the same time will nurture your taste buds with some sweet jammy strawberries. And spill the tea B, because there's also a nice dry, tea like flowery finish from lots of hibiscus. So don't mess, because you might think this pretty, tasty boo might be easy to handle but she can still kick you ass if you disrespect. Ready to fight the good fight for respect and equality, not like a girl, but like some grown ass women.

ABV: 6.5%

YEAST: English

MISC: Strawberry, Hibiscus, Calamansi & Kumquat

CHUCK'S GARAGE

LITE AMERICAN ALE

From our garage to yours. Here's to the Champagne of Ales for ya'll to stick in your craws. Cheers to no frills, easy drinkin' fizzy beer pounders. German Pilsner and Vienna malt, squared up with a lick of Pennsylvania Pale Corn. Dry and crisp. Smooth and delicious.

COLOR: Straw

ABV: 4.8%

OG: 1.041

MALT: Pilsner, Vienna, Munich

YEAST: English

WHERE CUPID DREW BLOOD

AMERICAN SAISON

Summer pounder alert. Suuuumer pounderrr alert! Little clenched fists with dimples instead of knuckles fire love darts from from a quiver and we’ve got beer and raspberry head-over heels. Took a witbier base, used our favorite Saison strain and dunked it in raspberry purée. Sugar on top but dry on the finish. Smells candy sweet, like red raspberry fruit slices, cotton candy ice cream. Tastes like tart raspberry pie, lively raspberry drink & long steeped iced black tea on the finish.

ABV: 5.8%

YEAST: Saison

MISC: Raspberry

COLLECTING MOONBEAMS

MILK STOUT

For the hungry boys and girls barking at the n7.4ight. Come taste the taste that we’ve been tasting. Let the stallion of stouts take you away to chocolate town. Nice fat base of English pale malt blended with dark wheats, oat flakes, chocolate malt, Dominican cacao, Sumatran coffee, wildflower honey and granola. Smells like warm chocolate lava cake jammed into a warm brownie cup, toasted coconut, maple granola. Tastes like bittersweet espresso, dark chocolate, cinnamon toast crunch & death by chocolate.

ABV: 7.4%

YEAST: English

MISC: Chocolate, Cacao, Wildflower honey, Granola & American Oak Spirals

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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.

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