Inspired by the Russian Tea holiday drink, this amber colored ale is brewed with cinnamon, clove, lemon peel and blood orange. Weighing in at over 9% ABV, watch out or this high gravity beer will have your ass flipping over your head as if you were tumbling down a ski slope.
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.
Described as a man of stately form, old-school manners and commanding presence, Major Joseph Winston is the namesake of our city. Our wheat incorporates Honey Malt and Huell Melon hops for an approachable, refreshing result. With a rounded flavor and only slight bitterness, you might say it has a commanding presence while retaining classic manners.
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.
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!
This full-bodied IPA, like its moniker, has been domesticated, but can still take you on a journey you won’t forget. It is moderately bittered with Chinook hops, but we let late additions of El Dorado, Cascade, and Mosaic hops really do the talking on this one.
The Bactrian Double IPA is the burliest member of our Camel City IPA Series. A backbone of Red X malt is paired with a healthy dose of Chinook, Centennial and Cascade hops. True to its namesake, the only truly wild camel that still exists, this double IPA may take you for a ride that will leave you searching for water in the morning. Watch your speed with this one, at 8.5% ABV, it can catch up to you in a hurry.
Winston-Salem’s textile tradition dates to the town of Salem in 1766, but the Brookstown Mill near downtown marked the transition to mass production. While there is nothing mass produced about this malty brown ale, it is sure to be as comforting on a crisp fall day as the cloth made in its namesake.
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!