Released annually, these big, special beers utilize barrels from the spirits world for depth and complexity. Draft and bottle.
Our year-round flagship - the beer we're most proud of and have spent the most time developing - is named for one of the most important figures in our small town’s history, General Edward Braddock. It is the manifestation of our entire brewing philosophy: soft, balanced, and elegant. Draft only.
Released in quarterly sets of three, these playful beers take on the mood of the season. Each features a double IPA represented by a colossal beast, an IPA named after our core values, and a wildcard to match the season. Draft only.
Our Occasional line is our side stage, an opportunity for beers that have gained a foothold to return with moderate regularity. They are clean and simple, and are marked as such with a single letter icon. Draft only.
We’re always embracing opportunities to learn by working with new processes and ingredients. With that comes a steady flow of new beers, marked with the Braddock zip code and available only in our taproom. Draft only.
Mise En Rose, our modern-American farmhouse ale collection, is named for “setting the rose” – the stage of the barrel-making process where the barrel first begins to take shape. With a focus on mixed culture fermentation, extended aging in oak, and careful blending, the beers we truly love to brew and share are brought to life.
And while farmhouse beers are usually made on a farm, Braddock’s historic past was built upon industry, not agriculture. So why are we making farmhouse beers in a steel town? Because sometimes, tradition is more of a reference point than a rulebook. Bottle only.
MISE EN ROSE COLLECTION
While we normally strive for simplicity, prohibitively outlandish experiments find their home in our ultra-small-batch Prototype Series: occasional numbered releases made by our assistant brew staff on our pilot system. Draft only.
We make beers with simple recipes and a focus on process.
Each beer we make falls into one of our seven brand families.