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A Crunchy Peach

A Crunchy Peach

Peach Kettle Sour w/ Cinnamon

5.0%

ABV

6

IBU

What does peach, cinnamon, and lactose combined in a kettle sour taste like? Like biting into a crunchy peach cobbler. The lactose (aka milk sugar) with the peach and cinnamon balance out the sourness of the beer to create a delicious experience for your tastebuds.

Fun Fact:

Although Georgia is the most well known for peaches, it's actually ranked 3rd for largest quantity of peaches grown. California grows more peaches than any other state in the US followed by the Palmetto State, South Carolina!

Barrel Aged Penny For The Ferryman

Barrel Aged Penny For The Ferryman

Belgian Dark Strong Ale

8.7%

ABV

28

IBU

Aged in Cabernet Sauvignon Barrels for 9 months. A wintery version of our Charming Devil. This lightly bittered beer will warm your heart with its caramel, raisin, and fruity aroma and flavor. You may be wondering where the beautiful color of the beer comes from. We like to credit the dark candied syrup incorporated into the boil. It's not too sweet though! The Belgian Strong Ale yeast finishes it drier than you might expect. Like the Charming Devil, this one is more dangerous than it tastes.

Fun Fact:

According to Greek and Roman literary sources, a low-denomination coin would be placed in or on the deceased's mouth at burial as a toll to
the ferryman who transported souls across the river that divided the world of the living from the world of the dead.

Barrel-Aged Night Dive

Barrel-Aged Night Dive

Barrel-Aged Milk Stout

6.7

ABV

29

IBU

Aged in Heaven Hill Bourbon Barrels for over 12 months.
Silky-smooth, calming and refreshing with light roasty notes. We love the outcome of the 5+ hour boil, light carbonation, and lactose, which gives the beer a cream flavor and mouth feel, combination. It's so creamy and smooth you may even mistake this beer for a nitro!

Fun Fact:

Night diving is underwater diving done during the hours of darkness. The underwater environment is much different at night because many marine animals are nocturnal.

Drift Dive

Drift Dive

Citra IPA

5.8%

ABV

63

IBU

A similar recipe we brewed for our wedding beer, this Citra IPA uses Nugget, Mosaic and, of course, Citra hops! A clean, crisp, West Coast IPA if that’s what you’re craving.

Fun Fact:

Drift diving is a type of scuba diving where the diver is transported by the water movement caused by the tide, an ocean current or in a river.

Dublin Drought

Dublin Drought

Dry Irish Stout

4.0%

ABV

42

IBU

No one does Dry Irish Stouts like Ireland but we gave it a shot anyway. This beer got the stamp of approval from our friend from Dublin so that's a win in our book! The Dublin Drought is the perfect blend of cocoa, coffee, and roasted malt notes. The best (and only) way to serve this beer is on Nitro to enhance all the flavors and bring them together with creamy goodness.

Fun Fact:

The city of Dublin was founded in 988 (over 1000 years ago!) and originally was a Viking settlement.

Duke It Out

Duke It Out

IPA

7.3%

ABV

67

IBU

A solid IPA brewed with 100% Centennial hops. This was a beer we did early on in our homebrewing days and we are excited to debut it on the professional level.

Fun Fact:

Centennial Hops was first created in 1974 and is sometimes referred to as a Super Cascade

Hive Another

Hive Another

Honey Cream Ale

6.0%

ABV

13

IBU

We started homebrewing in Wisconsin so naturally we like our cream ales with a little more ABV than you might be used to. (Google “Wisconsin Cream Ale” if you aren’t sure what we are referencing). We rounded out this beer with 30 lbs of honey but don’t think you are about to drink a glass full of sweet honey nectar. Honey is a fermentable sugar so the yeast already ate most of it before it could get to your glass. What they left behind is pretty tasty though!

Fun Fact:

Honey never spoils! When stored in an airtight container, honey can have an eternal shelf-life.

Knightfish

Knightfish

Pineapple IPA

6.2%

ABV

62

IBU

An IPA full of fruity flavor, partially from pineapple puree and partially from the Norwegian Voss Kveik yeast, which gives off fruits notes as it ferments at higher temperatures. We let the beer free rise and ferment at 86 degrees and used Nugget, Warrior, Amarillo, and Simcoe hops to round out the flavor profile. This beer is named after the Pineapplefish found in Australia. The armor-like scales of the fish resemble a knight's armor and…a pineapple!

Fun Fact:

Pineapple is a symbol for 'Welcome'. Legend has it that sea captains of New England would spear a pineapple on a fence post in front of his house to let his friends know of his safe return from sea and as an invitation to come visit.

Parrotfish

Parrotfish

Juicy Pale Ale

5.1%

ABV

46

IBU

Just like a Parrotfish loves grazing on the coral reef, you're going to love grazing on this sessionable, juicy pale ale. Cashmere and Amarillo hops create the juiciness of this beer and cut through any bitterness left behind from the Zeus hops. Coming in at ~5%, it's an easy drinking beer.

Fun Fact:

After a Parrotfish digests the edible portions from the rock, it excretes it as sand, helping create small islands and the sandy beaches. The humphead parrotfish can produce 90 kg (200 lb) of sand each year.

Peach Inlet

Peach Inlet

Peach Wheat

5.0%

ABV

11

IBU

We started with a traditional Belgian Wit beer with coriander and bitter orange peel and added a local twist by adding peaches grown and prepared by McLeod Farm and Boone Hall Farm to create this seasonal sipper.

Fun Fact:

Breach Inlet separates Isle of Palms from Sullivan’s Island. The inlet is very deep and has a dangerously strong current, making it unadvised to swim but a great place to fish or dolphin watch!

Sharktoberfest

Sharktoberfest

Märzen

5.8%

ABV

22

IBU

In celebration of the cooler weather coming our way, we released our first Marzen, Sharktoberfest! This amber-brown lager highlights the toasty and bready characters of Maris Otter and Munich grains and finishes crisp and clean. This beer is perfect for fall in Charleston because it is light enough to drink in the sun during the day and malty enough to drink around a campfire at night.

Fun Fact:

At the 100th anniversary of Oktoberfest in 1910, an estimated 120,000 liters of beer were consumed. 100 years later at the 200th anniversary in 2010, over 7 million liters of beer was consumed!

Shattered Seas

Shattered Seas

Saison

5.5%

ABV

24

IBU

A classic, dry saison with a light peppery finish.

Fun Fact:

Peppercorns are perfect for complementing and enhancing the phenols produced by many Belgian yeast strains. Saisons are most commonly associated with peppercorns, given the natural spicy, peppery character of the yeast.

Sheep for a Wheat

Sheep for a Wheat

Belgian Wheat

5.1%

ABV

15

IBU

The Belgian yeast used for this beer is intense. That's why we love it. We balance out the flavors brought on with the yeast with some coriander seed and orange peel for a well-balanced Belgian Wheat Ale.

Fun Fact:

Even though this beer style originated from Belgian, Settlers of Catan really originated from Germany.

Shelly Beach

Shelly Beach

Blonde Ale

5.4%

ABV

18

IBU

Our first open water dive as certified scuba divers was at Shelly Beach in Sydney, Australia. It seemed only fitting to name the first beer we put on tap at Indigo Reef after that first dive. Just like our shore dive at Shelly Beach got us hooked on scuba diving, we think this blonde ale will get you hooked on us. The Shelly Beach Blonde Ale is easy to drink making it the perfect beer for a hot day or as a gateway into craft beer if you're new to the scene.

Fun Fact:

Shelly beach is one of only 2 west facing ocean beaches on the east coast of Australia.

Siren's Song

Siren's Song

Juicy Pale Ale

5.4%

ABV

55

IBU

Our 2021 Brewster beer- brewed by women here in Charleston - is a Hazy Pale Ale brewed with the Pink Boots hop blend, Cashmere, and Citra Hops. The final product is a tropical fruit forward, easy drinking pale ale. $1 from every pint sold will go to Junior Girls Day Out- a local charity that aims to educate, enrich, and empower girls with programs for girls ages 4-14. THANK YOU to all the ladies who helped us brew this amazing beer- we think you're going to love it! 

Fun Fact:

A siren song typically refers to the song of the siren, dangerous creatures in Greek mythology who lured sailors with their music and voices to shipwreck.

Soakin' Up The Sun

Soakin' Up The Sun

Hazy IPA

5.5%

ABV

54

IBU

Our first hazy beer fermented with Voss Kveik yeast. The predominant hops used in this beer were Azacca, which give the beer the an aroma of juicy mango, tropical fruits, and citrus. We added a sprinkle of Cascade to balance out the Azacca.

Fun Fact:

Azacca hops were named after Haitian god of agriculture.

Surface Interval

Surface Interval

Czech Pilsner

6%

ABV

34

IBU

Surface Interval is a Czech Pilsner that uses Southern German Lager yeast and 100% Czech Saaz hops. The hops will give the beer a slight spicy character, which is a nice complement to the clean finishing yeast. Just like a diver's surface interval between dives, this beer is relaxing, chill, and rejuvenating.

Fun Fact:

A surface interval is the time a diver spends at the surface in between dives. The time allows nitrogen accumulated during the dive to be released from the body and will reduce the risk of decompression sickness, or "the bends".

Tap 17

Tap 17

Rotating

N/A

ABV

0

IBU

Check out the Brewer's Taps list to see what we have on our experimental tap line (Tap 17).

Fun Fact:

Experimental beer is always fun!

Wake Up Call

Wake Up Call

Coffee Blonde Ale

5.3%

ABV

18

IBU

Before coffee became widely available, beer was the popular breakfast drink of choice. We love both types of beverages so we decided to combine the two. Wake Up Call is our Shelly Beach Blonde Ale with coffee grounds from Charleston Coffee Roasters. We think it's the perfect brunch beer but really it can be enjoyed at any time of the day.

Fun Fact:

Coffee beans are only called 'beans' because of the resemblance - they’re actually berries.