Our Beers

Living Room Regulars:

Recliner Stout …Oatmeal stout with light, roasty flavor. We use amarillo hops to make it a little different. We maxed out the oats in the grain bill to make it silky smooth. Inky black.

Plush Pale Ale…Nicely balanced pale ale with a juicy peach hint.

Loveseat IPA…You’ll fall in love with the four hops additions and smooth taste found in our perfectly balanced East Coast style IPA

Blonde Shag…Our session American Blonde Ale. Sorachi Ace hops are the star of this show. Shag is a brewer’s favorite.

Ottoman Empire Double IPA…Be the commander of hops! Four varieties of hops will reign supreme and conquer your desire for the best double IPA ever brewed. Rule the Living Room with an Ottoman Empire in your hand.


Comforter Winter Warmer…Gram’s baking inspired this one. Big malt flavors with hints of vanilla, nutmeg citrus and ginger. Alcohol warmth is mellow even at 10%ABV. Enjoy one with sugar and cinnamon glass rim and you’ll think you’re licking the cookie spoon right in her kitchen.

Zitten Wit…Give our take on this storied classic a taste. We dry hop with Citra Hops instead of bitter orange peel in the boil. Zitten is Dutch for sit. So sit with a Zit!

Raspberry Duvet Stout…We took Recliner and added quite a bit of raspberry. Smells awesome and tastes great. We love it.

Siesta – Malty, beautiful American Ale infused with the perfect balance of green tea, ginger, and a blend of smoked Mexican mild peppers.

HiFi Hefeweizen…HiFi rocks. A set list of smooth banana and clove, HiFi amplifies the classic Bavarian wheat style to center stage. Hazy yeast fronts this band with bready malt singing back up. Turn it up to 11.

Hibiznit – Our Belgian White Ale brewed with in season hibiscus. A perfect early autumn libation to remind you of summer days gone past.

Larimer Loft – Wet hopped IPA. While we brew with local ingredients, we have gone “hyper local” and have been brewing with hops grown in our own neighborhood, Larimer. Our partners at Hops on Lots Pittsburgh are utilizing vacant and abandoned land in Pittsburgh to grow these fragrant flowers. A great idea became a great cause and now it makes a great beer.

And many more…