Year Round Beers
Crisp light lager, slightly malty with subtle hints of wildflower honey. Finished with Hallertau and Saaz hops.
Light lager, aggressively hopped with Saaz, Citra and Sorachi Ace.
North Pleasant Pale Ale
Light gold in color, slightly malty and hoppy, with a mild flowery hop finish.
White Dog IPA
Hop assertive yet refreshing, Belgian character brewed with a portion of wheat malt, coriander and Minneola tangelos.
Alcohol by Volume 5.4%
Gone Postal IPA
Collaboration brew with Ed Malachowski from the Amherst Post Office. Our hoppiest brew ever! Over 2lbs. of hops per barrel. Big notes of citrus and pine with just enough malt flavor to provide balance.
Alcohol by Volume 6.8%
Two Sisters Imperial Stout
Dark, rich, hearty, smooth, and chocolatey. The two silhouettes on the logo are Marina and Ksusha, adopted from Russia by Amherst Brewing Company's owners, John and Terrie.
Medium body amber ale, bready malt flavor with a big hoppy bitter finish.
Black Dog I.P.A.
Dark, aggressively hopped IPA. Addition of Carafa and Roast malt gives this beer its color and slightly roasted flavor. Dry hopped with a generous amount of Simcoe hops. Named for the owner's dachsund, James.
Light in color, medium body, with a hop bitterness and Cascade hop finish.
A robust, English style porter brewed with 20 lbs. of cocoa powder. Dark and creamy with a deep chocolate flavor.
Flack Briday Imperial Stout
Our RIS was originally brewed as a test batch on the day after Thanksgiving. Flack Briday starts with notes of raisin and pungent dark fruit. The finish is roasty, with flavors of coffee, dark chocolate and a hint of alcohol warmth.
Alcohol by Volume 9.2%
Golden pale ale, slightly hoppy. Brewed each May for the upcoming graduates. It took you four hard years to graduate, so we made this one easy to drink. Congratulations!
Half in the Bagpipe
Amber in color, full-bodied strong ale with a prominent malt flavor delicately balanced with Goldings hops. Made with a hint of molasses, this beer is usually on tap for the Super Bowl with a keg or two of the previous year's batch.
A German style "Double" bock. Amber in color, strong, malty, sweet caramel flavors dominate. Well balanced with Tettnang and Amarillo hops. Careful! A couple pints and you might get incarcerated for trying to drive home!
Amber, full-bodied lager made in the traditional style with German hops. Brewed in early August and put on tap with a keg of the previous year's batch by October of each year. This beer is brewed in memory of Lewis, the owners' beer-drinking, long-haired Dachsund, who passed away at age 17 and a half on 8/17/99.
O.G. 14.5 B.
Muddy Brook Maibock
Traditional German style Maibock, light in color but malty and balanced with Hallertau and Saaz hops.
Off-Kilter Wee Heavy
The strongest of the Scotch ales, this one is all about malt. Wonderful notes of dark fruit, caramel, and the slightest hint of smoke. Sláinte!
Alcohol by Volume 7.5%
Puffers Smoked Porter
Dark, full-bodied ale with a prominent smoked malt flavor.
A lightly spiced pumpkin ale, brewed with local pumpkins and blue hubbard squash from the Smiarowski Farm in Sunderland. Usually on tap from late October into November.
Reddish amber in color, mild and malty with hop aroma and finish.
Salamander Crossing Lager
A smooth amber lager fermented at ale temperatures. Hopped with sterling and crystal hops. Named after Amherst’s famous salamander tunnels located in the northern part of town.
A chocolate oatmeal stout brewed with 100 lbs. of brewer's oats and 50 lbs. of flaked barley. This brew is rich, creamy, roasty, and disappears fast when on tap. O.G. 16.0 T.G. 4.0 Alcohol by Volume 6.0%
A Belgian style white ale brewed with orange peel and coriander spice. Originally brewed for assistant brewer John’s wedding in the fall of 2008. O.G. 13.0 T.G. 3.0 ABV 5.2%