Mr. Hoover’s Steam
OG 10.5°P / IBU 37 / ABV 4 / G↓
Hoover’s Steam is a homage to the late Mr. Hoover, a distinguished patron of the original Turtle Mountain where this exceptional beer was first crafted. Inspired by his discerning taste and unwavering support, this beer embodies the spirit of camaraderie and community.
This distinct steam beer, also known as California Common, pays tribute to Mr. Hoover’s fondness for rich flavors and balanced character. With its amber hue and medium body, Hoover’s Steam captures the essence of craftsmanship and tradition.
The aroma of this brew welcomes you with a delicate interplay of fruity notes and a hint of malt sweetness, reminiscent of the jovial atmosphere Mr. Hoover fostered in the pub. As you take a sip, your palate is greeted by a symphony of toasty maltiness, complemented by a gentle touch of caramel sweetness. The carefully selected hops provide a subtle bitterness, offering a harmonious balance that invites you to savor each sip.
Hoover’s Steam, a testament to the enduring legacy of a cherished pub regular, is an invitation to raise a glass in celebration of community, friendship, and the love of exceptional beer.
Mr. Hoover’s Steam is a gluten-reduced true beer!
Koi No Yokan
Japanese Rice Pale Lager
OG 10.1°P / IBU 19 / ABV 4.44 / G↓
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Drawn and Cornered
OG 12°P / IBU 19 / ABV 5.4
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Nuts & Bolts
British Brown Ale
OG 12°P / IBU 23 / ABV 4.9 / G↓
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