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BIGGENZ

NO COAST IPA

The jiggenz' is up suave, with a steely gaze. Our No Coast IPA with one foot dipped in the DIPA pool. This crimson quilt is hops and malt, poetry in motion. Bitter bones checked by caramel sweetness and toasted oats, in symmetry with citrus and floral aromatics from Citra & Centennial hops. Unleash the Biggenz.

COLOR: Light Chestnut

ABV: 8.2%

OG: 1.069

MALT: Pale, Oats, Crystal, Dextrine

HOPS: Centennial, Citra

YEAST: American Ale

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WHITE IPA

Would you say we’d be venturing into a…zone of danger? This meadow of graffiti is a collision of intention. The incrustation is pale, rye, wheat, oats and spelt. And the patina a rhythmically curious blend of Denali, Southern Cross, Rakau hops & blended belgian yeasts. Hawaiian Punch guy with a fistful of countryside. Flavors of citrus, grass and fruit punch.

ABV: 6.2%

HOPS: Denali, Southern Cross, & Rakau

GATHERING CLOUDS

AMERICAN IPA

We cannot stop the gathering clouds. We can, however, drop nebulous hoppy IPAs, so here’s another! And as cloudy days are no match for sunny dispositions let this grassy lemon aspen shortcake brighten your day! Little spelt helps lift the sweet malt tones into a heady mix teeming with notes of lemon peel, pine needles, caramelized pineapple, clean spice bitterness. Beautiful cluster of sweet, grass, resin and fruit.

COLOR: Golden Batter

ABV: 6.4%

OG: 1.065

MALT: Pale, Vienna, Crystal, Spelt, Dextrin

HOPS: Southern Cross, Rakau, Motueka, Galaxy, & Vic Secret

YEAST: English

NOSH: HALLERTAU BLANC

AMERICAN IPA

Swirl, sip, enjoy, repeat. This ones’ mighty, mighty like a bosstone as we practice purpose in reppin’ hops! Roll on into Auggie Doggie in fashion sippin’ single hopped IPA! The conduit to this version, Hallertau Blanc, a new age German flavor hop that works dem’ taste buds over for a while. Intoxicating aroma, some dulcet tones of honey, drinkable base of wheat and blended pale malts. Notes of tropical fruits, tart berry, strawberries, grass aromas and mist of white wine.

ABV: 6.9%

OG: 1.064

HOPS: Hallertau Blanc

YEAST: English

UTAH! GIMME 2!

BELGIAN IPA

It’s time for lunch and we got you Pappas! This is buddy cop beer, a Belgian style ale undercover as an IPA. You wanna’ nail the bank robbers and be the big hero? Then this is what u need to swish. Wide swath of complex saison esters, muddled into grassy, tropical Southern Hemisphere and German dry hop of Ella, Southern Cross and floral/spicy Saphir hops. Dry to semi-sweet, grainy. Notes of pear bubblegum, grapefruit, lemon zest, citrus, star anise.

ABV: 7.9%

HOPS: Saphir, Southern Cross & Ella

TROLLS FOOTPATH

NORWEGIAN STYLE FARMHOUSE ALE

You gotta’ pay the troll toll...follow the stub toed footprints through the valley of nattering wood nymphs, past the talking toads & fairy folk and take in the sunset at Trollstigen. This beer is designed for summer swilling. We used a Kviek Norwegian yeast strain, tossing pineapple, mango and tangerine notes, pilsner, flaked rye, low bitterness, pineapple & blood orange purée. Dry, fruity, faintly funky and refreshing. Notes of pineapple mimosa, white grape, light orange pulp and sweet grain.

ABV: 4.7%

YEAST: Kviek

MISC: Pineapple & Blood Orange

LIL' SHIMMY YE'

AMERICAN PALE ALE

An oatted up American Pale Ale, electric dirt, sticky and soft. Apricot pulp and honeydew melon nectar. An eclectic heirloom grist gives a wrinkle of crackery biscuit malt, just ‘nuff to let an ewey dewey combo of Belma, Citra and Mosaic hops pop, bright and dank.

COLOR: Dirty Straw

ABV: 5.8%

OG: 1.054

MALT: Pale, Pilsner, Munich, Oats

HOPS: Citra, Mosaic, Simcoe, Belma

YEAST: English

LA DI DA DI

MILK PORTER

For all ya’ll keeping ya’ll in health just to see you smile and enjoy yourself. Best believe we gonna’ show you how to do it. We wound back and hammered our cozy milk porter with toasted coconut, Madagascar vanilla beans and bourbon barrel aged coffee beans from Homestead roasters. Emulsified wave of deliciousness. Notes of bourbon, almond joy, macadamia, subtle roasty crust, fudgy cocoa and vanilla frosting.

ABV: 6.4%

OG: 1.066

MALT: Pale, Munich, Brown, Chocolate, Crystal, Oats, Flaked Barley, Carafa

HOPS: Warrior

YEAST: English

MISC: Toasted Coconut, Vanilla Beans, Bourbon Barrel Aged Coffee Beans

* Contains Lactose

COLLECTING MOONBEAMS

MILK STOUT

Curvy sticks and wooden poles assistin’ you in plugging holes, plug them holes till you see straight through to the mind's eye. We’re going dark side with the cherry six four. The tectonic heels of this dark fudgy ink are all bad-ass American Stout, classic constructed, sweet malt & bitter roasted chocolate. Inside the thin candy shell, a spongy eye of cherry puree; just enough to initiate the sequence and cause a mutation in the roasty rift. Notes of coffee rinds, cocoa and chocolate dipped cherry.

ABV: 5.8%

MISC: Tart Cherry

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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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