an invasively delicious west coast-style india pale ale brewed with local kudzu flowers and dry-hopped with loral, el dorado, simcoe and zamba.
Brewed in collaboration with The Friends of Lake James State Park, a non-profit dedicated to conservation, education, and recreation of Lake James State Park. Mashed with local two row barley malt along with a dash of flaked oats and dextrin malt for a boosted bod. Steeped on heaps of brewer-foraged kudzu flowers. Fermented with our preferred house ale yeast for a decidedly dry and incredibly quenchable finish. Hopped intensely in the whirlpool and the fermenter with an alluring combination of loral, el dorado, simcoe and zamba.
Known as “the vine that ate the south”, this invasive species has completely transformed the southern landscape. Boasting an intense grape soda aroma, kudzu flowers offer layers of floral complexity to this creative, end-of-summer west coast crusher.
- Orders are shipped weekly. Please allow at least 7 days for processing and tracking updates.
- If your package is returned to us, we may re-ship it to you for an additional shipping charge equal to the actual shipping cost. Any order that is refused or returned after three attempts to deliver will not be refunded. In addition the buyer will be responsible for any additional feed incurred to have the package returned to us.
- Due to our shipping process, each order can contain either cans or bottles. If you would like to order both cans and bottles, please place two separate orders
- Cans are shipped in quantities of 10, 12, 22, or 24
- We cannot currently ship alcohol to Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Mississippi, Rhode Island, Utah, and West Virginia