We are finally serving our own beer!
On draft now . . .
Pine St. Blonde - Belgian Blonde, 5.2% ABV
An unfiltered Belgian easy drinker that has a hazy straw color and is brewed with European wheat malt, and lightly spiced with hints of coriander and orange peel. Medium body with moderate carbonation. Light sweetness and a dry finish. Named after the ladies who plied their trade on Pine Street, Easton’s “Red Light” District during Prohibition.
Bankers Brown - Brown Ale, 4.5% ABV
This brown ale has a light chocolate and coffee flavor with a good caramel background. Very low hopping adds to the drinkability. When we met with our banker the first time to present our business plan, we told him if we got the loan, we’d name a beer after him. Here’s to you Jim!
Getters Island Pale Ale - American Pale Ale, 5.4% ABV
Light golden color with a mild toastiness balanced with a moderate bitterness. Citrus and floral aromas blend with the malt. Left unfiltered to preserve the hop flavor. Named after the little island North of the toll bridge between Easton and Phillipsburg named after Charles Getter, convicted of murdering his wife in 1833. Getter was hanged on the island twice for his crime, the rope broke on the first try. We named the pale ale after Getter’s Island, because old Charlie must have been pretty bitter for the thirty minutes it took for them to get another rope.
Hogan's Law Dark Saison, 6.5% ABV
A hazy brown color with tight tan head. Toasty malt mixed with caramel, plum, and raisin. Fermented with our expressive saison yeast. A rustic version of a trappist dubbel.
The Easton Assasinator Doppelbock, 8% ABV
Tons of munich malts give this heavyweight a huge chewy malt presence. Toasty malts and dark fruit flavors dominate like Larry Holmes' left jab. Lagered for over 10 weeks to add complexity. Brewers of modern doppelbocks often add "-ator" to their beer's name as a signpost of the style. In recognition of all that Larry Holmes has achieved in boxing and in recognition of what he has done for the Easton community, we've named our doppelbock "The Easton Assassinator", as Larry's nickname in boxing was the Easton Assassin.
Seven Spirits Pumpkin Ale, 5.3% ABV
Brewed with European malts, 80# of in house roasted scholl orchard longneck pumpkins, and 1 gallon of sorghum syrup. Brewed with Christopher Black (kickstarter). Lightly spiced with cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, clove, and ginger. Perfect brew to have on the balcony as the leaves change color. In Fall of 2013 and Fall of 2014 ghost hunters from Makoul Paranormal stayed in the brewery over night and used their sophisticated recording equipment to identify.
Mt. Vernon Lager, 5% ABV
A Pre-prohibition style lager. All malt, very light hopping, and super clean. This beer bears the historical name of the building it’s brewed in. Prior to being the site of Two Rivers Brewing Company, the building was known as the Mount Vernon Hotel.
The Destroyer Pale Ale, 5% ABV
A super citrusy and piney pale ale. Loads of Citra and Centennial hops, and fermented with the Conan yeast strain.
Traill Green Farmhouse Ale, 6.5% ABV
Botanists use a process called grafting to combine two different plants to bring out the best of both plants. Traill Greene was probably Easton's most famous physician and also a learned botanist. We could think of no better Eastonian to name this delicious hybrid of a pale ale and saison than Dr. Green. Brewed with Shane Mcgee (kickstarter supporter and local Lehigh Valley Homebrewers member). Pilsner, unmalted wheat and 28% rye malt, Sorachi ace and falconers flight hops, and fermented with a special belgian yeast strain. Tropical, lemony, and mango flavors.
Colonel Left Eye IPA, 6.8% ABV
Toasty malt with a firm bitterness. Hopped with Citra and Cascade hops for bright citrus and tangerine hop flavors. Left unfiltered to preserve the bright, aroma. Our IPA bears the moniker of another bitter Eastonian, as it was Eastonian and Lafayette College grad Colonel Charles Wikoff who lost his life leading the charge up San Juan Hill, an action generally attributed to Teddy Roosevelt.
Alewife’s Dark Heart Black IPA,, 6% ABV
Roasty, piney, danky, and totally crushable. This beer was brewed by our assistant brewer, Ameelia Keefe as celebration for earning her brewing degree. The name refers to female brewers, called alewives during the middle ages.
Dutchtown Double Pale Ale, 9.2% ABV
Kettle and dry hopped with cascade, citra, and
simcoe hops. Slightly warming due to the high alcohol.
Named after the area along Northampton Street between Sixth and Seventh Streets which originally was the Pennsylvania Dutch Community.
20x20 Pilsner, 5.3% ABV
Our take on a traditional czech pilsner. European pilsner malts mixed with copious amounts of nobel czech saaz hops. Lagered for 9 weeks for a clean, smooth flavor. Brewed in honor of the PechaKucha event.
Previous Beers that may return . . .
Hexenmeister Hefeweizen, 5.1% ABV
A traditional German style wheat beer. Brewed with 60% malted barley. Flavors of Banana and clove mix with a dry wheaty finish. The Easton area had a significant population of Pennsylvania Germans commonly referred to as Pennsylvania Deutsch, or Dutch. This beer is named after the Pennsylvania Dutch folk magic practitioners who painted hex signs to bring about good things or ward off bad things. We think drinking this hefeweizen will ward off the bad spirits that may haunt you!
Northampton Street English IPA, 6.1% ABV
The original IPA. Maltier and more balanced than modern American versions. Hopped exclusively with East Kent Goldings for a firm bitterness and a earthy, slightly floral hop flavor and aroma. This beer bears the name of Easton's "Main Street". The bustling commercial and social thoroughfare in town during the post-war era, Northampton Street was home to theaters, department stores and restaurants. After a few decades of neglect, our "Main Street" is getting its swagger back!
Silk Mill Belgian Single, 6.2% ABV
Cracker malt flavor with a light sweetness. Moderate bitterness with a spicy noble hop flavors and aromas from Czech Saaz and Hallertau hops. Fermented with a traditional Belgian yeast. Traditionally brewed as the table beer for the monks in Trappist monasteries. This beer salutes the silk mills that were the economic life’s blood of Easton during the late 1880’s and early 1920’s. It’s also a salute to the renovation of the largest of the silk mills, the Simon Silk Mill, which sits prominently on the North shore of the Bushkill Creek off of 13th Street.