Monks in Trappist Monasteries reserved singles as their daily beers but there's no need to take vows of poverty or celibacy to taste our Belgian-Style single. Get ready to mingle because this light, aromatic beer is a crowd pleaser that's ready to mix things up!
We know that Calcasieu might not be easy to pronounce (kal-ka-shoo) but despite its name this beer is as unique as our namesake Louisiana parish in which it's brewed. This amber colored lager is created by an unusual hybrid Lager/Ale brewing process started during the Gold Rush. Toastycarmelfruityhopness is the uncommon word we're using to describe this beer.
Chuck asked us to brew a yellow beer but there was no way we were going to brew your run-of-the-mill American lager. What you have in your hand is a thirst quenching juggernaut of a session ale that has its bags packed for the beach, the duck blind, Grandma's house, or anywhere else Chuck may want to roam.