Think of this as our Lot No. 3 on performance-enhancing malt and hops. At 8.5% abv, this beer is loaded with tropical fruit and citrus notes. Deep gold in color, massive additions of American varietal hops generate assertive bitterness and big hop flavor and aroma.
Pairs well with Thai, mac and cheese, spicy, Mexican, salty and fried
A tropical take on our classic American IPA, our pineapple IPA packs a tropical fruit flavor with juicy hop character. Brewed with loads of pineapple juice and aggressively hopped to contribute big tropical and citrus notes. After garnering much acclaim in our taproom and brewpub we bring this beer to our fans across the region.
Pairs well with Indian, Cajun, Thai, Jerk, Caribbean, cheeseburgers, sliders, pizza and pretty much anything off the grill
A supremely sessionable Eastern Shore take on a Czech-style pilsner. Golden in color with floral and citrus zest hop characteristics from German Saphir and Opal hops. Crisp with delicate malt flavors and a dry finish. Making any Eastern Shore adventure ever-better!
Pairs well with: Summer, outdoor events, steamed crabs, seafood, fried chicken, mild cheeses, salads, Asian food, Mexican food and spicy foods.
Our spring seasonal is a refreshing light golden ale. Brewed with honey, hibiscus and chamomile, fruity subtleties abound despite the accessible and easy drinking nature of this beer. Honey imparts a subtle floral note as well as a touch of sweetness.
Pairs well with salads, feta, citrus dressings and crab cakes
Our fall seasonal is an unfiltered amber ale brewed with pumpkin and spices, and fermented with a Belgian yeast strain. Roasted pumpkin is added to the mash along with traditional pumpkin pie spices creating a classic fall beer.
Pairs well with turkey, roasted root vegetables, sharp cheeses, apple crisp, pumpkin and pecan pie
A Caribbean-style stout, synonymous with strong full-bodied stouts, infused with coffee. Ours is rich and dark with a toasted brown head, well balanced, roasty and full flavored. This stout is conditioned on beans that are locally roasted at Rise Up Coffee in Easton, MD, which imparts a generous but balanced coffee nose and flavor.
Pairs well with brunch, breakfast for dinner, black forest cake, espresso crusted grilled meats and chocolate
Our winter seasonal is a nod to the classic altbiers of Dusseldorf. A full toasty malt profile is countered by generous additions of German hops. Well balanced but assertively hopped, this complex but approachable beer is ideal for shaking off the chill of winter.
Pairs well with roasted duck breast, hearty stews, chili and roasted vegetables
The Wandering Monk is our Fall Migration prior to barrel treatment. Wandering Monk is a trappist-inspired Belgian-style pale ale. It has slightly sweet malt notes that are complemented by fruity and spicy notes that come from the Belgian yeast strain and Styrian Golding and Tettnang hops.
The yeast makes the beer. No more is this so than with EVO’s Alpha Six. The yeast we use hails from the Ardennes region of Belgium and is known for creating classic Belgian ales with complex features and a smooth, balanced finish. And the alpha rating of Ardennes yeast? You guessed it, six.
That little yeast alpha is the reason you’re holding our beer in your hand- a sessionable Belgian-style ale that goes down easy.
Pairs well with roasted meats, pork, and seafood dishes
Crystal Row is a malt forward American Strong Ale that layers Pilsner and Munich malts with English caramel, crystal rye, and roasted malts for body and complexity. Moderately bitter, our brewers use some of their favorite American hops to contribute notes of pine and citrus to round out the aroma and flavor.
Pairs well with roast poultry, game meats, pork, and rich cheeses
Our brewers collaborated with the team at Rise Up Coffee Roasters to select and roast a single origin, fair-trade organic Sumatra coffee specifically for this project. This beer is brewed to the strength of an imperial stout with a base of English Marris Otter malt layered with copious amounts of dark malts. The resulting beer was conditioned on more than 25 pounds of coffee lending a rich, espresso-like aroma. Coffee, dark chocolate, and roast characters are prominent in this velvety smooth and darkest of ales
Nouveau Rouge is an ongoing project that pays tribute to the sour ales of Flanders. Using the solera method of blending and aging, this ale is complex, tart and earthy with notes of vanilla and tannin from the oak aging process. With each year the solera will develop more unique character evident in each subsequent release.
A dark, strong ale aged in bourbon barrels. This bourbon-forward ale has aggressive notes of vanilla, char and bourbon heat. Balancing the barrel character are elements of chocolate, coffee, toffee and caramel. This beer is black with a tan head, modest carbonation and is best served at 50-550F.