Pistol Whip’d – A fresh take on a Czech-Style Pils brewed with New Zealand’s Motueka hops. Pale yellow in color, medium in body, showcases a vibrant, floral hop character, lots of lime, a bit of juicy fruit and some snappy dryness in the finish.
4.5% ABV – IBU 26
Breakaway Pale Ale - A crisp American Ale brewed in true California fashion, it’s pale-golden in color and light to medium in body. A hoppy bouquet of orange blossom and honeydew leads into a soft undertone of breadiness. The dry finish lingers with notes of green tea and passion fruit.
5.0% ABV – IBU 41
Big Whig IPA (India Pale Ale) - Hop-forward throughout, this West Coast style ale hits the palate with layers of tangerine, honey, and rosemary that harmoniously unite into a big, resinous, lingering finish.
6.8% ABV – IBU 77
The Good Ship ESB - Caramelized malts are the backbone for this Pub Ale and add a clean toastiness that marries perfectly with the American hops, delivering a beer that drinks on the the drier side of balanced.
5.8% ABV – IBU
Rosalita - Bright Pink in color and medium in body, the Pistol Whip’d becomes the perfect companion to the mass quantities of dried hibiscus flowers that are cold soaked in the beer for 48 hours. Flavor notes of cranberry, rose and lime pave the way to its tart finish.
4.5% ABV – IBU 26
Picnic Bubbly - Our American Saison has a striking flavor profile reminiscent of peaches, hay andBartlett pears from the combination of Belgian yeast and American hops. Its finish cleans up the palate with some soft acidity and pepper like dryness. 8.5% abv
Nepenthia - Brewed to commemorate the first year Nepenthia Beer Garden by Bobby Navarro of 100 Eats. An Amber Belgium Ale delicately spiced with Organic Oro Blanco Grapefruit zest. Deep caramel in color, light bodied, with flavor notes of orange juice, cherry yogurt, toast, and sage with deliciously dry finish.
Earl’s Grey Dinghy - This Ordinary Bitter rocks in at 3.5% ABV, uses some incredible English malts and gets hit hard with a dose of and gets hit hard with a dose of Earl Grey Tea from Seventh Tea Bar in Costa Mesa. The result is light-medium bodied, copper in color and is what is truly meant by a Session Beer.