Our Beer

  • CONSTABLE WINCHESTER IPA

    Our signature beer. Balanced like the most talented West Coast ballerina you’ve ever met. The Constable is a West Coast IPA with just the slightest caramel background – killer balance between citrus and piney notes. Not to brag, but it’s likely the best IPA you’ll ever try. Curious about this brew’s namesake? Ask your bartender.

  • Coffee Stout

    Bryan’s a guy who never thought he’d have a beer named after him, so we pretty much made his life. It’s Esty’s ideal dry Irish-style stout with roasted coffee and dark chocolate notes. It boasts a satisfyingly bitter finish and an aftertaste that hangs around a bit. There’s a little oatmeal in there too, which […]

  • Yellow Dart Session IPA

    This one’s seasonal, but its namesake is our fave local bartender/amateur carpenter/social philanthropist. It’s light-bodied with loads of tropical fruit notes, like mango and passion fruit. Esty calls it ‘juicy,’ and nobody’s quite sure what that means (but we’re OK with that). It’s essentially the perfect balance between the hoppy character of an IPA and […]

  • Old Forte Winter Warmer

    Our Warmer is a Crosby Molasses-infused strong ale brewed with rye and molasses. Obviously seasonal, so it’s pretty much the only reason we’re looking forward to winter this year. It’s got a peppery rye character, blanketed with a subtle molasses undertone. Sounds fancy, right? Just wait until we start talking about its rich mahogany colour.

  • Irish Goodbye Irish Red Ale

    Best known as ‘ghosting’ in the Maritimes, or at certain functions as an ‘Eagles Special.’ An Irish Goodbye is best defined as quietly bailing on a party, which we believe to be the only true way to make an exit – as long as you pay your bill. It’s a true-to-style Irish red: not too […]

  • Humbuggery Best Bitter

    This one’s a collaboration with our friends at Big Tide in Saint John. We wanted to give it a biscuit-y malt character with toffee undertones. Totally. Nailed. It. The English hops we used were perfect, but it came out darker than we meant it to be. Dark beers are awesome though, so we’re all good.

  • EXTRA Ordinary Bitter

    For this one, yo’’d really ought check the stellar review on UnTapped, penned by some dude who’s definitely from the Maritimes. Enough said.

  • SOME GOOD APA

    Straight up, the American Pale Ale is Steve’s least favorite style – it actually makes him really upset to even talk about. He gets all bitter because he thinks it’s the USA’s Trump-ing of pale ales and whatever, but we generally just roll our eyes and talk about how good this one tastes. It drives […]

  • GOLDEN GROVER British Golden Ale

    Is Grover… golden? No. He’s blue. Is Golden Grover a road in southern New Brunswick that leads to epic parties? No. But Golden Grove might be (spoiler alert: it is). Is there a story in there somewhere? Most likely. This one’s our most complex; a classic British pale ale with a balanced profile offering bready, […]

  • EPIC FUME Smoked Porter

    So, you know how most porters kind of lean on the sweeter side? Because of Esty’s got an epic hate on for sweet beers, this one doesn’t do that. Epic Fumee full-on challenges the definition of ‘porter’ with beachwood smoked malt and a subtle smokiness. We did this one

  • XYLEM Maple Rye Ale

    Info coming soon.

  • English IPA

    Info coming soon.