Snow helps keep the Ocean cold.
With your head in the clouds and spring coming on strong a fluffy puffy pale should do. East & West often fight for the best, but this is a collaboration of the two. Lets keep it fruity and hazy, woody and complex, and maybe we’ll confuse a few. 33 Acres of Nimbus, a Pacific Hazy … Continued
It’s that thing your friend rolled in Costa Rica back in 04′. Its a hybrid that had a purpose but you always got made fun of for having or wanting. ATV or Dirtbike? We’ll never know. Bitter or sweet? Try to convince us. Either way its a spicy sweet treat for a trip down memory … Continued
In the beginning we only see one thing. Perhaps we were born this way. A certain pungent explosion is what we’re searching for. Trends change, we listen. Why fight it? This beer is for us all. The ones that get hooked, the ones that know. 33 Acres of Genesis is our forever exploring seasonal IPA. … Continued
This is a story about a pair of friends that did everything together until the end. They sang and they danced, they loved, they laughed and they knew life was theirs to create. But the time drew near, where everything was clear, it was time to say goodbye. “Oh I love you so, until the … Continued
Saying the 1st and 2nd are a miss is far from the truth, but the 3rd of anything is always a dream. So, wake up, way up in the dark sky and find that caffeine hallucination. Crinkle your toes as you fly above, and watch out for whats below. 33 Acres of Coff33, batch 03, … Continued
A mysterious surprise shows dark and dank when the light flickers somber the mind starts to race. Stay positive, when something so dark most certainly will be the beginning of light. Four malts come together in this roasted blueberry hopped contrast. Quaffable coffee tickles the taste buds but somehow finds a tropical fruit like space. … Continued
Red on red in the season of glee, comes a whispering wonder all tart under the tree. Joys of this bounty will surely surprise, sit back, relax and don’t summarize. This sweet Belgian cherry treat comes to our table, with two strains of yeast not quite from a stable. Tart cherry, banana spice, light cocoa … Continued