Kelly Day IPA (India Pale Ale - American)

Characterized by floral, fruity, citrus-like, piney or resinous American-variety hop character, this style is all about hop flavor, aroma and bitterness. This has been the most-entered category at the Great American Beer Festival for more than a decade, and is the top-selling craft beer style in supermarkets and liquor stores across the U.S.

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This American style IPA is named in honor of firefighting heroes. What is a Kelly Day you might ask?


Kelly Day: A day offor vacation day taken at a scheduled interval in addition to normal time off or vacation. Also Kelly shift. It has been claimed as early as 1953 that this term comes from Edward Joseph Kelly, mayor of Chicago from 1933 to 1947. He is said to have put in place a similar plan for firefighters in 1936.


This IPA is crafted with 2-row and cara malts, and hopped up with Chinook hops (including dry hopped).

7.6% ABV

65 IBU

13° L SRM



Air Commando APA (American Pale Ale)

An American interpretation of a classic English style. Characterized by floral, fruity, citrus-like, piney, resinous, or sulfur-like American-variety hop character, producing medium to medium-high hop bitterness, flavor and aroma. American-style pale ales have medium body and low to medium maltiness that may include low caramel malt character.

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This beer is named in honor of the men and women who serve/have served with the United States Air Force under the A.F. Special Operations Command.


This APA is crafted with 2-row, Pilsner and caramalts, with Cascade hops (including dry hopped).

6.8% ABV

41 IBU

6° L SRM

                                  Chargin' Charlie Red Ale (Irish)


IRISH-STYLE RED

This is a balanced beer that uses a moderate amount of kilned malts and roasted barley to give the color for which it’s named. With a medium hop characteristic on the palate, this typically amber-colored beer is brewed as a lager or ale and can have a medium candy-like caramel malt sweetness. This style may contain adjuncts such as corn, rice and sugar, which help dry out the finish and lessen the body. It also often contains roasted barley, lending low roasted notes, darker color and possibly creating a tan collar of foam. With notes of caramel, toffee and sometimes low-level diacetyl (butter), think of this beer style as a cousin to lightly-toasted and buttered bread.

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This beer is named in honor of the men and women who serve/have served with the United States Air Force RED HORSE units.

What is RED HORSE? "Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineer" (RED HORSE) squadrons are the United States Air Force's heavy-construction units. Their capabilities are similar to those of the U.S. Navy Seabees and U.S. Army heavy-construction organizations.


In the Vietnam War, Air Force "Prime BEEF" ("Base Engineer Emergency Force") teams filled a need for short-term construction capabilities. However, the Air Force needed a stable and longer-term heavy-repair capability. The response was to organize two, 400-man (12 officers and 388 airmen) heavy-repair squadrons. RED HORSE units activated in 1966 when Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara asked the Air Force to develop its own combat construction team. RED HORSE squadrons provide the Air Force with a highly mobile civil engineering response force to support contingency and special operations worldwide. Units are self-sufficient, 404-person mobile squadrons, capable of rapid response and independent operations in remote, high-threat environments worldwide. They provide heavy-repair capability and construction support when requirements exceed normal base civil engineer (Prime BEEF) capabilities and where U.S. Army engineer support is not readily available.


This Irish Red Ale is crafted with 2-row, caramalts, and roasted barley and slightly hopped with English hops.

5.2% ABV

24 IBU

13° L SRM




Longtabber Dry Stout (Irish)


IRISH-STYLE DRY STOUT

Dry stouts are black. These beers achieve a dry-roasted character through the use of roasted barley. The emphasis on coffee-like roasted barley and a moderate degree of roasted malt aromas define much of the character. Hop bitterness is medium to medium high. This beer is often dispensed via nitrogen gas taps that lend a smooth, creamy body to the palate.

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This beer is named in honor of the current and past 7th Special Forces Group "Quiet Professionals" who earned the Special Forces tab. The tab is often nicknamed the "Long Tab".


This Irish Dry Stout is crafted with pale ale, roasted barley, flaked barley, and cara malts, hopped with English hops.

5.2% ABV

44 IBU

26° L SRM



Trooper Brown Ale (English)


ENGLISH-STYLE BROWN ALE

English-style brown ales range from dryer (Northern English) to sweeter (Southern English) maltiness. Roast malt tones (chocolate, nutty) may sometimes contribute to the flavor and aroma profile. Hop bitterness is very low to low, with very little hop flavor and aroma. Known for rich and advanced malt aroma and flavor without centering too much on hops, this style is extremely sessionable and food-friendly.

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This beer is named in honor of the current and past men and women who patrol our roadways.


This Brown Ale is crafted with 2-row, pale and dark chocolate, and cara malts, hopped with English hops.

5.5% ABV

6 IBU

22° L SRM



Coastie Cream Ale (American)

AMERICAN CREAM ALE

This is a mild, pale, light-bodied ale, made using a warm fermentation (top or bottom fermenting yeast) and cold lagering. Despite being called an ale, when being judged in competitions it is acceptable for brewers to use lager yeast.

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This beer is named in honor of the current and past men and women who patrol our waterways.


This Cream Ale is crafted with 2-row, pilsner, flaked maize, flaked barley and cara malts, hopped with American Northern Brewer and European Saaz.

5.0% ABV

15 IBU

4° L SRM



Explosive Ordnance Double IPA (Double IPA-American)

DOUBLE/IMPERIAL INDIA PALE ALE

High hop bitterness, flavor and aroma. Hop character is fresh and evident from utilization of any variety of hops. Alcohol content is medium-high to high and notably evident with a medium-high to full body. The intention of this style is to exhibit the fresh and evident character of hops.

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This beer is named in honor of the current and past men and women assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal military and civil units.


This Double IPA is crafted with 2-row, cara malts and a dash of white wheat malt. Hopped up with Nugget bittering hops, Citra and Amarillo aroma hops (dry hopped).

8.5% ABV

84.2 IBU

6° L SRM








   

K9 Furmissile IPA (American)

INDIA PALE ALE

Characterized by floral, fruity, citrus-like, piney or resinous American-variety hop character, this style is all about hop flavor, aroma and bitterness. This has been the most-entered category at the Great American Beer Festival for more than a decade, and is the top-selling craft beer style in supermarkets and liquor stores across the U.S.

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This beer is named in honor of current and past military/LEOs and their beloved working K9s.


This IPA is lighter, easy drinking, beer crafted with 2-row, pilsner, flaked barley and cara malts, hopped with Mosaic and Citra hops.

5.5% ABV

45 IBU

5° L SRM



    

Chariot of Armageddon Belgian Single (Belgian)

TRAPPIST INSPIRED SINGLE ALE

Trappist is a protected legal appellation, and cannot be used commercially except by genuine Trappist monasteries that brew their own beer. However, we can use it to describe the type or styles of beer produced by those breweries and those who make beers of a similar style. Trappist type beers are all characterized by very high attenuation, high carbonation through bottle conditioning, and interesting (and often aggressive) yeast character.

A pale, bitter, highly attenuated and well carbonated Trappist ale, showing a fruity-spicy Trappist yeast character, a spicy-floral hop profile, and a soft, supportive grainy-sweet malt palate. 

- BJCP Beer Style Guidelines


This beer is named in honor of the current and past members of the 15th SOS assigned to Hurlburt Field, FL.


This single is light drinking beer crafted with German malts and hops.

5.0% ABV

20 IBU

3° L SRM



       

Dead On Amber Ale (American)

AMERICAN AMBER ALE

American amber ale is named after the golden to amber color this American version of English pale ale exhibits. The color is derived from the use of caramel and crystal malt additions, which are roasted to provide amber beers with the color, body and flavor many beer fans have come to appreciate. Falling under the ale beer type, amber ales ferment at warmer temperatures for what is typically a much shorter amount of time than lager style beers.

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This beer is named in honor of the current and past members of the 4th SOS assigned to Hurlburt Field, FL.


This amber ale is crafted with American and German malts, and hopped with American and German hops.

5.8% ABV

20 IBU

9° L SRM



         

Rudder Rye ESB (English)

ENGLISH STYLE BITTER

The English-style bitter is a very sessionable, lower-alcohol, malt-driven style. Broad style description commonly associated with cask-conditioned beers. The light- to medium-bodied ordinary bitter is gold to copper in color, with a low residual malt sweetness. Hop bitterness is medium.

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This beer is named in honor of the current and past members of the 6th Ranger Training Battalion assigned to Eglin AFB, FL (Swamp Phase of the Ranger Training School).  This beer is purposely darker then standard to resemble that of the Yellow River water colors. 


This ESB is crafted with roasted Rye and English malts, and hopped with English hops.

5.3% ABV

35 IBU

10° L SRM