If you haven’t noticed St. Thomas has a lot of “free range” chickens. And the biggest, toughest, most handsome of them all are the roosters who claim the roadside dumpsters as their own. Next time you pass a dumpster keep an eye out for one of these majestic birds.
Palate: Sweet tropical fruit, peach and apricot in the front. Dry finish with lingering tropical fruits.
We made this beer so we would have something to drink when we packed up the dogs and headed to Hull Bay all day. Brewing a lighter beer allowed us to make it until the highlight of the day, the spectacular Hull Bay sunsets.
Palate: Refreshing and flavorful with a hint of honey finish. Enjoy with a lime.
On the East End of St. Thomas there is a ferry dock. Next to that ferry dock is a concentration of marinas, restaurants and bars we know as Red Hook. This brew is in honor of all the countless hours we have spent boating and drinking out east!
Palate: Dark malts and sweet dried fruits with a lingering malt taste
Generally, if you see two Dumpster Cocks together, they are fighting. So that’s what we named our double IPA
You know its summer on St. Thomas when the laughing gulls return. These local gulls usually migrate back to island around April just in time for Carnival. If you’re here during that time, then keep an eye out for this seasonal hopped-up summer wheat.
What better way to enjoy the super sweet local pineapples than to make beer out of them? All the locals know where the best pineapple stand is, by the speedbumps of course. Look for this seasonal treat around June or July
You didn’t know we celebrated Oktoberfest on St. Thomas? Well here’s a little secret: We celebrate virtually every holiday known to mankind, especially the ones that involve drinking. Don’t believe us? Try going to the bank sometime.
Every year the Humpback Whales migrate through the Virgin Islands. If you are here February and March you might be lucky enough to see these majestic animals. This beer is a tribute to their annual 3,000 mile journey