We specialize in making small-batch beers and ginger ale, hand-crafted
onsite from authentic and, whenever possible, local ingredients. These are the beers we have on rotation--you never know who is in town!
Named for our current brewer, Brad, this dark draft tastes of barley, caramel, chocolate, and oats, but it’s the flavor of whole vanilla beans that will make you want put off your projects a little longer while you have another.
For our friend Josh, who did most the woodworking in our taproom. The assistant is an IPA that has studied its’ craft. This New England style ale is dry-hopped, hazy, & juicy, with smooth hoppy sweetness and little to no bitterness.
We use champagne yeast to brew the “champagne of seltzers”. This bright-pink bubbly is more dry than it is sweet, creating a light, crisp, and refreshing experience that will keep you sipping.
Brian is the Cabin Point Skipper and a big fan of this nutty, banana bread pudding of a brown ale that is sure to keep you afloat for smooth sailing along the Chesapeake Bay.
Made for our friend Steve who is likely trying to buy someone a drink in our taproom at this very moment, the caramelized malts in this reddish-brown larger will fix you right up and get your engine running.
A high-spirited tide of ripe summer peaches ebbing into gentle ginger waves across the surf of your taste-buds. After a game of beach volleyball and few of these, you’re likely to find yourself falling asleep in the sun.
Chong, a beloved hairdresser, always had a hibiscus tea that locals loved. She’s retired, but we still have this ruby red draft to clean you up and cool you off with refreshingly subtle notes of honey and ginger.
Served on nitrous with a dark oatmeal base and a tangy blackberry finish, drinking with the boss is like rolling up your sleeves, chewing over the details, smoothing out the kinks, and celebrating a job well-done.
Made and named for our dear friend and brewer, Mark, and based on the local draft he enjoyed while deployed in Vietnam, this incredibly consistent butterscotch beer, like Mark, is remarkably likable. Semper Fi!
Our late bartender Hella came to us, screaming down from the hills of Denmark with the most highly-caffeinated commercial coffee-beans available. Her beer has an incredible roasted profile that could pass for a cold-brew.
Many prominent colonial settlers arrived in Westmoreland County from the British Isles as immigrants during the mid 1600s. We make a full-flavored, hoppy, buttery red-ale that harkens back to the origins of many townies.
You don’t need to be a pilot to get a good Marzen Lager, just find us in late-September and early-October. Our true-to-tradition recipe uses lots of full-bodied malts to create the copper color and sweet aroma of a delicious biscuit.
A great introduction to craft beer! Reliable and understated, this ale is brewed with a blend of malts that were carefully selected to please a wide array of palates. If you like light beer, then you’ll like this beer.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t make a beer to honor our dedicated haters. We bite back at critics with this refreshingly zesty, lemon-pepper kick! Go ahead and leave us a bad review—we won’t read it anyway.