• Citrus Grove
  • Eventide Kölsch
  • Eventide Pale Ale
  • Eventide Stout
  • Highlander
  • Kattegat Baltic Porter
  • Red Headed Haley
  • The ‘A’ IPA
  • Citrus Grove

    Style: Hefeweizen | Alcohol: 5.7%

    Appearance

    Light gold color, hazy/cloudy from yeast and wheat, medium carbonation, and light, fluffy head.

    Nose

    Lemon zest and bready sweetness

    Mouthfeel

    Sweet, full mouthfeel, pleasant carbonation, and crisp finish.

    Tasting Notes

    Crisp, refreshing ale with slight sweetness and a welcome citrus flavor.

    The Inspiration:

    The Hefeweizen has been circling the top of beers we want to produce since Eventide began production. This year we'll make this happen in true Eventide style: by putting our own unique spin on it. Cloudy and sweet with just enough bitterness to balance, the beer is a true German Hefe. However, through the addition of Sorachi Ace hops and real lemongrass we've been able to impart a citrus zest and tartness that makes this beer perfect for summer. Prost!

  • Eventide Kölsch

    Style: Kolsch Style Ale | Alcohol: 5.3%

    Appearance

    Light-Medium golden color, straw, medium carbonation. Although Kolsch is usually clear, ours is slightly cloudy b/c it's an unfiltered beer.

    Nose

    Low hop aroma with faint malt and lemon aroma.

    Mouthfeel

    Carbonation gives a good clean coating, finishes dry.

    Tasting Notes

    Solid beer with good base malt characteristics, hints of lemongrass from the hops, med-dry finish with hop pop at the end.

    The Inspiration:

    The Kölsch ale has been in official existence for over 100 years, but its roots descend even further down than that. However, it has remained in relative obscurity until the last 10 or so years. We discovered this delightful style after focusing on a want of our own: an easy drinking year round style, light in body, and crisp in finish. With that in mind we took centuries of German brewing tradition and added our own personal flair. The result is a very clean, easy drinking beer that fits any mood, and pairs with any meal.

  • Eventide Pale Ale

    Style: Pale Ale | Alcohol: 6.2%

    Appearance

    Medium amber with good carbonation, hazy from lack of clarification

    Nose

    Big citrus aroma with hints of other tropical fruits (maybe mango or pineapple)

    Mouthfeel

    Coats the tongue well but doesn't linger, easy drinking

    Tasting Notes

    Big citrus hop nose give way to firm malt body, caramel malts are very present but not overwhelming, neither is the hop taste, good balance, finishes with a lingering bitterness

    The Inspiration:

    The American Pale Ale is the beer that started the Craft revolution. Steeped in tradition, yet tied to no allegiance, the APA has blazed a trail since the early 1980’s. Our version of this classic is made to provided a more approachable representation of this sought after style. Brewed with American hops, and an English yeast strain this balanced brew offers old world appeal with new world styling. Look for a citrus nose, effervescent malt body, and lingering hop bitterness to round out this go to style.

  • Eventide Stout

    Style: Stout | Alcohol: 4.8%

    Appearance

    Very dark brown, black, NO2 pour gives cascade effect and leaves a thick, brown head

    Nose

    Coffee, smoke, hint of toffee sweetness

    Mouthfeel

    Creaminess from the NO2 up front, washes well over the tongue, and finishes dry

    Tasting Notes

    Roasted malts are present from start to finish, good coffee flavor, with hints of dark chocolate/toffee and smoke, mild hop bitterness on the end but finishes very dry and clean

    Food Pairing

    Oysters (traditional pairing), Smoked meat, and Sweet items like chocolate or ice cream. Would make a great ice cream float.

  • Highlander

    Style: Strong Scotch Ale | Alcohol: 8.2%

    Appearance

    Deep amber/brown color with light carbonation and little to no head

    Nose

    Large malt aromas including honey, caramel, and coffee. A little spice and some hop aroma

    Mouthfeel

    Very low carbonation gently glides over the tongue. Big body and a finish that starts sweet but is nicely balanced by the bitterness

    Tasting Notes

    A wide range of flavors including caramel, coffee, dark fruits, and hints of spice and herb. Much more pronounced when allowed to warm

    Food Pairing

    Smoked meats, cheese, and desserts

    The Inspiration:

    This beer came about as a result of many other brews. After homebrewing for any considerable amount of time one is sure to have an abundance of small amounts of grain and hops. What we do with these ingredients can make for both an interesting challenge and great (or not so great, depending) beer. Thankfully, this beer turned out better than imagined and has been a go to fresh and cellarable beer for some time. 7 malts are used to create this wonderfully complex Strong Scotch Ale. Notes of caramel, toasted bread, honey, dark fruits, chocolate, and roasted coffee are all prevalent. Allow it to warm to cellar temperature to experience the full flavor profile. The sweetness is balanced by a hefty but not overwhelming bitterness. This beer is the perfect complement to coming, cool fall weather.

  • Kattegat Baltic Porter

    Style: Porter | Alcohol: 7.0%

    Appearance

    Deep reddish brown, opaque, with a thin off white head.

    Nose

    Tobacco, sweet malt, hints of chocolate.

    Mouthfeel

    Medium bodied, light carbonation, smooth.

    Tasting Notes

    Vinous, sweet dark fruit, dark brown sugar, clean not cloying, and a nice rich chocolate and coffee finish.

    The Inspiration:

    Can you navigate Kattegat? This style, unlike its better known cousin the Robust Porter, doesn't have the deep roasted, burnt notes, noticeable hops, and prevalent esters. Our Baltic Porter will have a clean profile with flavors reminiscent of rich, dark sugar, vinous and herbal notes, some dark fruit, and just enough dark chocolate and coffee to bring everything together. We are very excited to present our new interpretation of this old style to you, and we look forward to raising a glass with you soon.

    Kattegat \ Kat·te·gat \ˈka-ti-ˌgat\

    - IBUs: 27 - SRM 27

  • Red Headed Haley

    Style: Amber/Red Ale | Alcohol: 5.3%

    Appearance

    Amber/Red color with med-high carbonation.

    Nose

    Caramel sweetness on the nose with hints of pecan and toffee.

    Mouthfeel

    Carbonation washes easily over the tongue and has a full bodied finish.

    Tasting Notes

    Flavors of caramel, nut, and toasted bread are highly present. Finishes slightly spicy with a hint of raisin but well balanced.

    The Inspiration:

    In the Fall when the weather turns ‘slightly’ cooler we brew up a beer inspired, not only in name, by one of our founders, “Red Headed Haley”.  Deep red in color, this balanced beer offers a toasted malt forward profile with hints of pecan and toffee on the nose and balanced with fresh herbal hops.  Perfect for beside the fire, dinner on the patio, or anywhere in the cool crisp Fall air.

  • The ‘A’ IPA

    | Alcohol: 7.0%

    Appearance

    Burnt Sienna with hints of reddish copper, thin white head.

    Nose

    Very hop forward with notable tropical scents of bright citrus, mango, pineapple, and stonefruit. A nice piney/herbal/peppery quality is also detectable.

    Mouthfeel

    Big fruity hop flavors explode from start with just enough malt to bridge the gap to the firm bitter finish.

    Tasting Notes

    Fantastic, straight forward, and solid IPA with layers of flavor.

    The Inspiration:

    The IPA is far and away the most popular style of Craft Beer on the market today. Therefore, to make one that will not only thrive in this competitive market but also set itself apart, we had to really deconstruct the IPA in its current form in order to build a better one. We have accomplished this with The "A". Huge hop aromas and flavors of tropical fruits, bright citrus, and spicy pine meld with a very clean profile and firm bitter finish to deliver an "A" class IPA experience. This Eventide offering is everything you want in an IPA and more. Welcome to The “A”.

    - IBUs: 65 - SRM 7.6

e·ven·tide /ˈēvənˌtīd/

(Noun) Eventide is an old English term meaning “evening” or “twilight”. For us it represents the time of day that anything is possible and everything is exactly as you want it to be.