Beers that Show up on Tap Sometimes:
Scuttle Pale Ale:
This Flagship Pale Ale has a nice grainbill and is moderately hopped with Northern Brewer, Cascade,
Columbus and Centennial for a nice session Pale. This is named after the flagship of the
Chesapeake flotilla from the war of 1812 which was scuttled in the Pax river to keep the
British from Upper Marlboro.
Treaty of Ghent:
This is our all grain Belgian Brown. The Treaty of Ghent was ratified by Congress on February 18,
1815 effectively ending the war of 1812. This beer is brewed with Coriander and Star Anise and
mildly hopped with Fuggle and UK Goldings.
Oars Out Stout:
The Scorpion not only used the wind for power, but also good old manpower. This Russian Imperial
Stout is a rich full bodied stout with a mild nutty roasted flavor with a nice hop profile.
Perfect for after rowing against the British all day.
This is a full bodied moderately hopped IPA with a hint of fruit. We use Warrior, Chinook and
Centennial hops to give it the kick.
This is named after the small cannons used on the flotilla. Yes, a Light beer from a craft brewer!
London Style ESB:
This well balanced ESB emphasizes notes from both the Malts and traditional UK hops, creating a
flavorful easy drinking beer. Despite the name, ESBs are not overly bitter compared to the American
style pale ales. Best consumed above 40 degrees, allow a glass of ESB to sit at room temp for a few
min prior to consumption or drink slowly from a large glass to notice the complexity increase
We also have many seasonal beers when our farmers pick fresh produce!