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Ever dissapointed because you order a “cream ale” and it doesn’t taste like “cream?” This one does. A slight hop presence and light American blonde ale gives way to cake batter, sweet sugar and, well, cream.
This ale is among the most easy drinking at North High Brewing. The perfect gateway beer for craft beer drinker on the brink and perfect session ale for the experienced aficionado. Like most blondes, it affords you the ability to enjoy more than one while still experiencing subtle nuances and complexities.
While a common misconception is that this is going to be a hoppy beer, it is in fact malty and fruity. The banana nose submits to a nice caramel malt backbone that is crisp and clean. This light Belgian ale is the perfect balance to a hot summer day.
Light, sweet and refreshing. This is the perfect beer on a hot summer day. Notes of clove and banana make this a beer you can enjoy all day at the barbeque or right here at the bar.
Belgian blonds have light, easy drinking characteristics which make them accessible by a huge range of craft beer lovers. This one has a candi-like sweetness and a complexity that can be attributed to the overwhelming Belgian yeast. A great session beer.
This big Belgian style ale is brewed with Belgian candy sugar to give it a pleasant sweetness and high alcohol content. This beer that drinks more like a wine has the classic Belgian characteristics of banana and clove that can be enjoyed by any lover of complex taste.
Our version is very strong yet surprisingly delicate. Lemon peel, coriander and orange blossom honey complement the flavors of our Belgian yeast strain.
This beer smells and tastes, like, bananas! A smooth sweetness and hint of clove also party on your palate. This session beer has a burst of flavor.
This smooth American style wheat ale gets an extra boost of fermentable sugars courtesy of the same Ohio-sourced honey that Brothers Drake Meadery uses in the making of their honey wine.
Locally produced honey gives this strong but delicate beer an uncommon complexity. It is silky smooth and creamy at first but finishes dry and slightly boozy. While it is very easy to drink, be careful or you could have some truth serum on your hands…
The name says bitter but this is far from what those old boring English people considered bitter. We are American and by our standards, this one is perfectly balanced. Not hoppy, not sweet. Just… well… beer? A crowd pleaser, sure, but a beer drinker’s delight.
Light in color but not in hop presence. The citrusy sweet hop presence makes this beer a gateway to the world of hops.
Originally highly hopped in England to deliver beer overseas to British expatriates in India, the beer retains it’s floral hop qualities with modern brewing technology. The hops used here provide a fun blend of citrus and bubblegum. While hops are at the forefront, it is a nicely balanced I.P.A.
What you would expect from an IPA: Floral and Bitter. However, this beer has been taken to the next level. A huge malt backbone supports a fruity, hop presence that is sure not to disappoint the strong beer lover.
A bit sweeter than your average double. This has a bit of residual sugars in it from the malt. Generous hop additions clear your palate and leave you with a citrus bitterness.
Brewed with Belgian yeast, this popular style is spicy and floral. You will notice notes of banana and clove, and more discerning palates will detect the crushed black peppercorn that makes this a delightfully robust lightly colored ale..
Sing it with me now: I love scotch! Scotchy, scotch, scotch. Here it goes down. Down into my belly.. With a prominent amount of honey, this beer is boozy, smokey, caramelly and delicious.
This Red (aka Amber Ale) has a slight hop presence in the nose that carries all the way to the finish. The huge caramelly sweet malt makes this beer a nicely balanced delight.
This clean red ale finished with a nice palate cleansing dryness and a hint of clove. Sweet malt and a small amount of clove in the nose. Great for any time of year!
This festive beer has a malty backbone similar to a brown ale with all the holiday spices you could ever want! Notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and sweet orange peel.
This Northern English Ale is sweet, biscuity and full bodied. The color is a direct reflection of the style and the low ABV makes this a great game day beer.
Robust yet refined, this brown ale blends malty aromas and flavours of proofed dough and that first cup of coffee in the morning. Light carbonation kisses your tongue and gives way to a surprisingly dry beer. Secret ingredients include rye, chocolate malt, Willamette and Nugget hops.
This is a dark beer brewed with carmelly sweet and pruney malts. The hefeweizen yeast gives this beer a sweet banana flavor and high alcohol content. It drinks more like a wine and its depth and complexity can be appreciated by any beer drinker.
This beer is everything, all the time. It is boozy, hoppy, roasty, rich and dry. The combination of American hops and dark malts provide the drinker with a flavor that is unique and unlike anything else. With its assertive flavor, it is a great beer to round out your night.
This beer will overwhelm your senses. The combination of dark malts and spicy hops creates something truly special.
Deep and roasty, silky and smooth. This porter brewed with molasses will leave dark beer drinkers wanting nothing more.
Dark, roasty, chocolatey and coffee notes dominate this classic European style ale. In spite of its dark and viscous appearance, this black gold goes down smooth and easy.
This robust stout is a dark beer lover’s dream come true. Do you like coffee? Milkshakes? Dark chocolate? Good, then order this beer because that’s what it tastes like.
A beer of pure decadence and excess. While this style was originally brewed by a London brewer for export to the queen of Russia, this beer isn’t going anywhere. Sit down and let it warm up. Enjoy notes of coffee, chocolate, sweet malt and boozy warmth. A nice hop balance and presence makes this a beer to savor.