|German Kolsch style ale. Golden in color, light in body, and full in flavor.||5.8% ABV||22 IBU||
A traditional German glass, stange means "stick" and these tall, slender cylinders are used to amplifying malt and hop nuances. Stange glasses tend to lower in capacity as the beer meant to be consumed quickly while still cold.
|Derelict IPA ™|
|American IPA (India Pale Ale) style. 5 separate hop additions. Strong citrus hop aroma and flavor without an overly bitter taste.||6.1% ABV||56 IBU||
Pint glasses are made from thick glass and built to last. This helps with maintaining cold temperatures. The cone shape is simple but the wide rim does allow for good aroma release making the glass perfect for serving a wide-variety of beer styles.
|German Dunkelweizen (dark wheat) style ale. Heavy banana and clove aromas. A dark, slightly cloudy beer with a fresh crisp taste.||7.1% ABV||13 IBU||
These classy glasses, with their thin walls and length, showcase the beer's color. It is said that the Weizen glass is tapered to trap yeast at the bottom. This tall glass provides room for the often thick, fluffy heads produced by the style, which captures aromas and is visually pleasing.
|Freaky Deaky ™|
|Belgian Tripel style ale. Light in color and brewed with a larger amount of American hops than a traditional tripel.||10.0% ABV||45 IBU||
Majestic pieces of work, Goblet or Challice glasses pair well with this beer. Goblet beer glasses tend to be more delicate and thin, while the chalice is heavy and thick walled. Some chalices are even etched on the bottom of the bowl of the glass to attract carbon dioxide and provide a stream of bubbles for maintaining a nice head.
|Golden Mustache ™|
|German Dortmunder style lager. Originated in Dortmund Germany, this lager is crisp, clear, and easy drinking.||5.5% ABV||26 IBU||
Heavy, sturdy, large and with handle, the mug is a fun and serious piece of glassware that comes in many sizes and shapes. The best part of using a mug is that you can clink them together with more confidence than other types of glassware, and they hold loads of beer.
|German Alt-Style Ale originally from the Düsseldorf area of Germany. Charity is deep amber in color, with a crisp, but not sweet, malty flavor that finishes dry with a moderate hop bitterness.
In the spirit of the name, OHB will donate 10% of the sales of Charity to a rotating non-profit on a quarterly basis.
|5.3% ABV||43 IBU||
|Smooth but bold, with a just a hint of sweetness. Infused with whole vanilla beans to balance the roasted coffee and chocolate undertones.||6.1% ABV||40 IBU||
|Chump Change ™ (winter seasonal)|
|An Imperial Black Saison. Brewed with highly kilned and roasted malts, this beer is black in color. The moderate roast flavor and slight to non-existent hop presence accent the beer’s fruity and spicy characteristics, akin to those of a traditional saison.||9.8% ABV||28 IBU||
|Oktoberfest (fall seasonal)|
|Brewed in March and lagered through summer, Oktoberfest (Marzen) is lager brewed to be enjoyed in the fall. It’s copper in color with a rich malty backbone and mild hop profile. Because traditional Oktoberfest and Breast Cancer Awareness Month loosely coincide, a percentage of the sales of OHB’s Oktoberfest is donated to a Breast Cancer Awareness Charity.||5.8% ABV||24 IBU||
Traditionally brewed in March and lagered through summer, Oktoberfest (Marzen) is lager brewed to be enjoyed in the fall. OHB's Oktoberfest is copper in color with a rich malty backbone and mild hop profile. A percentage of the sales of OHB’s Oktoberfest is donated to a breast cancer awareness charity.
|Hypocrite (spring seasonal)|
|Belgian Saison (French for “season”) style farmhouse ale. Brewed with orange peal and grains of paradise that give this beer the perfect balance of fruit and spice.||6.5% ABV||14 IBU||
|Guavagood (spring seasonal)|
|Guavagood is our Allgood Kolsh brewed with guava.||6.2% ABV||22 IBU||
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