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Dubbel is a style of beer referring to a strong brown ale, with understated bitterness, fairly heavy body, and a pronounced fruitiness and cereal character. This Dubbel is named 1761 which is the year that Greenville was founded! It has a heavy toffee and caramel flavor with hints of raisin and dark fruit.
Dapple Dog Dry Stout is brimming with dark chocolate notes, hints of honey and smells of roasty espresso. Marris Otter malt paired with specialty Carafa malts creates a bready, mouth-coating beer, while the East Kent Golding hops bring out subtle, herbal notes. [Winner of the NC Brewers’ Cup Gold Medal!]
This gose has a crisp sulfur in the nose, reminiscent of traditional German lagers, carried by a very thin and light body. It’s got a high carbonation that is accentuated by the lactic acid bite. Who else thought it went, “Dooon’t go Jaaason Waterfalls, please stick to the rivers and the lakes that you’re used to…”? Anyone? Just me? Cool.
This RIS has a strong aroma of toffee, graham cracker, and chocolate syrup. Carafoam, Munich, and Marris Otter malts shine, while the roasted barley and chocolate malt give it a lingering roasty sweetness. This RIS variant is brewed with organic cacao nibs and Guajillo peppers. She’s deep, a little boozy, and sure to warm you right up!
This dry and light traditional saison is the second release in our #serverseries collection and was brewed by our server Brandon Becker. He brewed this beer with honey, figs and coriander from the Appalachian Mountains. The creative ingredients give this beer a taste of bubblegum and clove with soft floral undertones and light sweetness from the figs.
This sweet deep brown porter was named after our North Carolina State Dog the Plott Hound. It’s a new take on an old classic style and was brewed with rich chocolate malts and has a ton of body. This is the essential winter beer with it’s dark chocolate cake batter taste and caramel fragrances. It’s like a sweet and rich after dinner treat on a cold and snowy day.
This American Pale Ale is has a robust aroma of tangerine, grapefruit, lime & peach. With a crisp bite of carbonation and a gentle malt presence, the Citra and Mandarina Bavaria hops shine, giving it a well-balanced bitterness. The beer was named by our brewer, Cam, referencing the Phish song, Icculus.
In collaboration with Trollingwood Brewery we have joined over 1000 breweries that have answered Sierra Nevada’s call to action. We brewed their recipe and will donate 100% of the Resilience sales to the Sierra Nevada Camp Fire Relief Fund to help Butte County rebuild it’s community! Show your support and drink a Resilience IPA! #buttestrong
This is the first beer to come out of our White Oak Foedre that has been on display in the backroom! Over the past 9 months this Belgian Style Lambic has been aging with sweet cherries and different cultures for souring. It has a sour, lactic bite with hints of sweet cherries and French Oak. This is truly a special beer.
Sometimes that’s just The Way Life Gose. This kettle sour is brewed with Pilsner, Acidulated, and Unmalted White Wheat malts. Citra hops were added along with 1.5 pounds of sea salt and Goodbelly as the souring agent. This approachable sour has citrus and sour candy notes with sea salt tying all the flavors together. Pitt Street Brewing Company presents The Way Life Gose for your drinking pleasure.
This sweet, dark stout was brewed with farm raised oysters from Roysters NC! It has salted caramel and chocolate taste that is complimented perfectly with the salty brine released from the oysters. This unique brew is sweet and savory with a very subtle oyster meatyness. We are proud to keep experimenting and bringing you these special brews that you can’t get anywhere else!