An American-style pale ale brewed with 30% wheat malt and a blend of Warrior, Glacier, and Cascade hops. Light in color, smooth on the palate, with citrus and tropical hop notes. (5.3% ABV) -available year round.
Black Duck Porter
A black ale that puts the flavor of the malt front and center. It has a mild hop character that balances strong notes of cocoa and hints of coffee. A full-bodied roasty treat that finishes dry. Pairs well with chocolate, BBQ, as well as fresh shellfish. (4.7% ABV) -available year round.
A refreshingly delicious, moderately hopped golden ale brewed with a touch of orange blossom honey for a light, slightly sweet and floral finish.
Our Summer Ale is waiting to take it’s place somewhere between softball, rooftop parties, SPF whatever, and sand in the bed. (5.3% ABV) -seasonal availability.
Leaf Pile Ale
An autumn ale which brings you a slice of pumpkin pie in a glass. Fresh whole ginger, cinnamon, all spice, and nutmeg gives this ale its distinct character. Fall in. (5.2% ABV) -seasonal availability.
Malt forward, full bodied, deep red, with just enough hop balance. Inspired by some of our favorite English Olde Ales. Brewed a bit strong for sustenance and warmth on those cold winter nights. (6.9% ABV) -seasonal availability.
Spring Turning Rye Saison
This French Farmhouse Style Ale highlights the spicy character of Saison Yeast, Rye Malt and Saaz Hops. Pilsner and Vienna Malts, unmalted Wheat, and Golding Hops round our this slightly dry and exceedingly quaffable late spring offering. (7.2% ABV) -seasonal availability.
PROJECT HOPPINESS: Otherside IPA
A blend of North American pale, light Munich, light crystal, and carapils malts provide a light malty backbone to balance healthy kettle and dry-hops additions of Cascade, Centennial, and Columbus. Hoppy yet balanced, our latest Project Hoppiness offering is our nod to the beers we love from the other coast. (7.5% ABV)
Greenport Harbor Brewing Company’s project to explore the world of humulus lupulus, the common hop. An ever changing variety of hop-forward ales will excite your taste buds with new experiences, none quite like the last, bringing forth happiness through hoppiness. Past releases have included Citrus IPA, Other Side IPA, and Chinook’red.
Wave after wave of 4 kinds of hops, balanced with just enough malt and a splash of honey make this Double IPA extremely rideable. Watch out! (9.3% ABV)
Identical in malt and hops to Black Duck Porter, Canard Noir is roasty at it foundation. The addition of French Saison yeast transforms the beer. While recognizable as the original, the dry and pepper-like spiciness and tropical fruitiness of the Farmhouse yeast turn the beer into something truly special. What started as a variation on an existing beer emerges as something completely new. (4.7% ABV)
A reddish-hued Belgian pale ale that marries the flavors of various lightly roasted specialty malts and a special yeast. Malty without being sweet, with understated hops. (6.2% ABV)
In greek mythology Triton, the messenger of the sea, had the power to raise or calm the waves. Our barley wine may not be quite that strong but huge quantities of Maris Otter and Crystal malts and Chinook, Columbus, and Golding hops could have some people thinking they can. Extremely limited, only 30 bbls brewed. (9.5% ABV)
Weesh’d Scotch Ale
Scottish slang for shush or quiet which is what you will be while drinking this hearty brown ale with hints of molasses, caramel and roasted malt. Just enough hop bitterness to balance nearly overwhelming malt richness. (7.9% ABV)