Full of Amarillo, Citra and Vic Secret hops, this hazy New England style IPA is crazy juicy! True to style, don’t expect clear water on this float!
We enjoyed the pilot batch so much, we just had to brew a full-size batch! This 8.75% ABV Double New England IPA is nice and juicy, featuring Amarillo, Citra, El Dorado, Mosaic, Simcoe, and Vic Secret hops.
“Listen to the mandolin grain, listen to the music on the lake” …at least we’re pretty sure that’s how the song goes. This IPA, dry hopped with Eureka, Simcoe, and Citra, will be music to your palate. Tune in and grab a pint!
Possibly our founder Stuart’s greatest challenge as a brewer: create a beer that will turn your mother in law into a craft beer fan. Inspired by sultry North Carolina summer days, it will be enjoyed by those new to craft beer and aficionados alike. If you’re looking for something light and drinkable, she’s your blonde.
Our wheat ale, named for Winston-Salem namesake Major Joseph Winston, is back just in time for spring! This time around, we kicked things up a notch by adding blood orange to the recipe. Light and refreshing, with a bright citrusy finish, this beer will leave you “at ease, soldier.”
In the world of fly fishing, the pheasant tail fly pattern is described as elegantly simple, yet devastatingly effective. This fittingly describes our pale ale as well. More delicately hopped than its cousins in the Camel City IPA Series, the Pheasant Tail is lightly buttered with Columbus hops, while late addition Huell Melon hops give it a light, fruity flavor and aroma. Hoist a pint and raise a toast to tight lines!
At 4.8% ABV, this juicy, easy-drinking session is the lightest member of our Camel City IPA family. Cascade, Mosaic, and El Dorado hops lend this beer a bold flavor and aroma, evoking pineapple and grapefruit. This session IPA makes a great adventure companion that won’t slow you down!
Just as the Ardmore Historic District is a Winston-Salem landmark, this amber ale is a fixture of the Fiddlin’ Fish lineup. Malt-forward and easy drinking, expect caramel and hazelnut flavors from this amber ale.
Named after our neighbors who make chocolate the hard way: bean to bar, this is truly dessert in a glass. We brew this milk stout with cocoa nibs, roasted fresh at Black Mountain Chocolate, right across the parking lot. Go ahead, treat yourself!
Ask our bartenders for our rotating cast of small batch brews that we release every Wednesday!