NectarBerry is our collaborative Nordic ale imagined and created with Chef Patrick Feury from Nectar. A refreshingly light malt base lays the foundation for the tart sensation of freshly crushed lingonberries. If you’ve never experienced lingonberries, expect a balanced blend of cranberry pucker, raspberry sweetness, and a unique finish akin to pomegranate. Lastly, the batch was garnished with a touch of sage, which is present in the aroma.
Beer Style:Nordic Style Ale with Lingonberry & Sage
The hazy appearance, soft body and ripe mango additions in this Double Dry-Hopped New England style IPA will have you refreshed and looking around for another pint. This recipe includes a hefty amount of flaked oats and wheat malt that give this brew a silky smooth mouth-feel. Paired up with sweet mango puree, and the tropical aromas of twice the amount of Mosaic and Idaho 7 hops, DDH Mango Cloudy is amazingly delicious.
Beer Name:Cloudy & Cumbersome (Double Dry-Hopped with Mango)
Beer Style:NE IPA with Mango
Lifestyle Blogger is our first ever Brut IPA. This style recently emerged as the West Coast’s response to the hazy and residually sweet malt body found in New England IPA’s. In the wine vernacular, brut denotes dryness, so we fermented this juice-bomb down to its bare bones with few residual sugars left behind.. The result is an effervescent IPA with a clean and crisp malt presence that pops like champagne across your palate. A curated blend of Citra, Simcoe, Azacca, and El Dorado hops finish with bright notes of summertime melon, Meyer Lemon, soft citrus, and vanilla mint leaves.
Beer Name:Lifestyle Blogger
Beer Style:Brut IPA
We used 100% local malt from Deer Creek in Glen Mills, their select Colonial Pilsner for a base with a dash of lightly toasted oat malt and twilight wheat malt. This base creates the perfect body for delicate flavor additions later in the brew, starting with peach-forward hops like Simcoe and Azacca, with some fruit-bouquet additions of Citra and El Dorado. Lastly, we added a splash of organic Peach White Tea before serving this beer in a pitcher with ice cubes jingling against the glass.
Beer Style:Peach White Tea Ale
There’s something strong in the atmosphere here, hops on top of hops that reek that dank resin. Marris Otter malt provides the safe box for your hop stash; in Calisphere we’re talking those classic American strains, “C-hops” as we like to say: Citra, Cascade, Centennial, as well as Amarillo and Azacca. Welcome to Cali, man!
A hoppy farmhouse ale that adheres to the traditional witbier style: a silky base of wheat malt with a touch of orange peel and coriander added to the boil. We exclusively used the Pacific Jade hop for a new twist on tradition. This New Zealand hop brings bright notes of citrus and light spice.
Beer Name:Pacific Daze
Beer Style:White Ale
Seasonal Availability:Released May, 2018
Can you keep this on the low? We collaborated with Free Will Brewing in Perkasie, PA and we’re trying to keep this beer on the hush hush. We brewed this lactose-infused New England style IPA at our place in West Chester and included the silkiest of specialty malts and fluffy adjuncts, sure to leave you with a milk mustache. Keep this on the DL, but a forefront of Citra hops deliver a juicy wallop, followed by a barrage of Simcoe, Azacca, and Centennial hop additions. Tasting notes include tangelo, candied apricots, strawberries n’ vanilla cream, and well-kept secrets.
Beer Name:Low Low
Beer Style:NE IPA w/ Lactose
Seasonal Availability:Released June, 2018
This bold yet balanced NE IPA weighs in with heavy-weight hoppiness, Citra and Centennial to be exact. These hops were used primarily for late additions, so bitterness is dialed down and aromatics are through the roof. Expect a honey-sweet malt body layered with fresh-pressed citrus, pulp included.
Beer Name:Omega Juice
Beer Style:NE IPA
As complex as the play, this light and frothy New England style IPA grew more and more bewildering and was brewed four times before getting it right. Finally Citra, Galaxy and Mosaic hops joined a cast of familiar malt and adjunct thespians and the final act ends in happiness, inviting you to discuss the possible comedic errors involved, and make full your satisfaction. *Contains Lactose*
Beer Name:A Comedy of Errors
Beer Style:NE IPA with Lactose
Welcome to Art Camp, our fruited sour series where rotating fresh fruit mingles for months with our house sour Brett culture. For today’s session of Art Camp, we added juicy plum that brings stone-fruit sweetness to this saison’s Chardonnay-forward base.
Beer Name:Art Camp Series: Plum
Beer Style:Barrel Aged Brett Saison
Remember when you got a boo-boo as a kid, and after you got a band-aid, your parents gave you a big glass of milk with some Oreos on the side just begging to be dunked. Well this is it in beer form. “Oreo Scenario” a chocolate milk stout brewed with double-stuff Oreos is on tap this Wednesday. Oh, and if you’re a mint-chocolate-chip fan, we doubled-down and brewed another version of this beer with fresh peppermint, simply called “Mint Oreo Scenario”.
The base is a chewy dessert-like stout with Ghirardelli cacao powder and lactose sugar sprinkled on top. To garnish the glass, we added a grocery cart full of Oreos for a simply nostalgic experience.
Beer Name:Oreo Scenario
Beer Style:Imperial Pastry Stout
This Saison possesses subtle sweetness from a combination of specialty malts, including a touch of Rye. Our house Saison yeast strain lends a gentle zest, akin to freshly squeezed lemon wedges over chamomile tea. A splash of Mosaic and Amarillo varieties in the dry-hopping stage finish the beer with aromatics of stone fruit, honey, and endless meadows.
Beer Name:Functioning Cog
Beer Style:Dry-Hopped Saison
We wanted to pack all the fluffy springtime clouds into a hazy IPA, so we used lactose sugar in the boil. A creamy mouthfeel rests beneath a fruit basket of hops, 5 varieties to be exact in the dry-hopping stage.
Beer Name:Fluffy Stuff
Beer Style:NE IPA with Lactose
Strolling alongside the Rhine River in Düsseldorf, Germany, a tourist finds malt-forward decadence in the form of this crisp, reddish-brown classic style. You can stop in any brewpub along the Rhine and find your local taste of authenticity, a pint defined and refined through centuries of brewing. We’ll save you the trip to Düsseldorf, so you can drink like a Decadent Tourist at home in West Chester, PA.
Beer Name:Decadent Tourist
Roald Dahl documented the journey of James and the Giant Peach, which magically grew to the size of a house, only to snap from the incapable branch and roll to the sea. The only part of this peach’s journey that Dahl didn’t document is when we rolled it into our brewhouse and used it as a fermentor for this hazy NE IPA. Ripe with notes of fuzzy peach and Madagascar vanilla, this peach-bomb is sure to whisk you away on a hoppy voyage.
Beer Name:Haze and the Giant Peach
Beer Style:NE IPA with Peach
Seasonal Availability:Released 4/20
A 100% Brett ale aged for 5 months in white wine barrels. Soft notes of Chardonnay make this an approachable choice for any white wine drinker. Residual sweetness in the malt bill accompanies a semi-sharp oakiness from barrel aging.
Beer Style:Barrel Aged Brett Saison
From a muffled microphone: “This is your captain speaking. Thank you for traveling with Levante Brewing tonight. Make sure to reset your watches, which are lagged back on the East Coast time zone, home of our house yeast strain. You probably slept over Midwest grain fields, but our brewers fill you in with a sweet and encapsulating malt bill in this double IPA. Fasten your seatbelts as we prepare for landing, and get ready to smell dank resin and floral Amarillo hops, some of the best the West Coast has to offer.”
Beer Name:Landing Gear
Beer Style:Bi-coastal DIPA
Treebeard is the eldest Ent in J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth realm. When the wicked Morgoth decimated forests, spirits were sent to inhabit the trees, thus spawning Ents like leafy-haired Treebeard. For this New England IPA, we flooded the fermentor with Galaxy hops just as the army of Ents flooded Isengard in Lord of the Rings: the Two Towers.
By drinking Treebeard’s Galaxy, you #ElevateYourCommunity by helping plant new trees in Westtown’s own Oakbourne Park.
Beer Name:Treebeard's Galaxy
Beer Style:NE IPA
Athena is the Greek Goddess of war but displays prudent restraint, which we honor by balancing tart and sweet in this ruby-hued cider. Macintosh apples provide the crisp base for slightly sour Montmorency cherries, discovered by Roman legionnaires in France and planted alongside ancient roads to provide sweet sustenance for travelers. Athena’s Harvest is a glowing pint with notes of black cherry marmalade and orchard-sharp refreshment.
Beer Style:Cherry Cider