Fisherman’s Brew is an American Amber Lager, brewed by the docks of America’s oldest seaport, Gloucester, Massachusetts, from the finest 2-row barley imported from Munich, Belgium and England. At 5.5% ABV and a well balanced 30 IBU’s, this smooth lager offers a toasty malt flavor followed by a dry, hoppy finish.
Fisherman’s Ale is a German-style Kolsch Ale that is crisp and refreshing. A style Invented in Cologne, Germany in the early 20th century. It is an easy drinking beer with a touch of noble hops and a light malt sweetness. The perfect accompaniment to a full day reeling ‘em in or watching the game.
Fisherman’s IPA is an India Pale Ale handcrafted by the docks of America’s oldest seaport, Gloucester, Massachusetts. Made with the finest imported 2-row barley and a healthy helping of Chinook and Sorachi Ace hops, this is a remarkable well-balanced version of this style and should not be missed.
Our winter seasonal, the Fisherman’s Navigator is a German-style doppel-bock of exceptional quality, flavors and body. With a toasty biscuit-like malt backbone, it’s unlike any beer you’ve had while managing to remain strictly within a centuries old style.
Taking a cue from a home brew recipe from Mr. Jumpers Home Brew club, we gave it our own spin and came up with the Sunrise Saison. Our first foray into Belgian styles of beer, saisons were pale ales originally brewed in the farmhouses of Wallonia, the French speaking region of Belgium. Giving it our own twist, we’ve added 150 lbs of rhubarb and 250 lbs of whole strawberries. The result is a light pink hue and flavors that wonderfully compliment the natural tartness of a traditional saison.
Witbier or white beer is a top fermented wheat beer originating from Belgium and the Netherlands. This light and refreshing beer is brewed with coriander and bitter orange peel, offering a light hop kick at the finish. In our opinion, it’s a perfect beer to enjoy under the sun with friends.
Smokey and smooth, The Tea Party is a barley wine made with 3 different styles of tea that were amongst the types dumped during the Boston Tea Party. Imparting a smokiness up front, the tea also gives the Tea Party a smooth and complex flavor.
This stout was brewed in honor of owner Jeremy’s son Joseph Rocco. Adding lactose sugar (hense the name Milk Stout also called a Sweet Stout) is a technique used to add a sweetness to the roasted bitterness of regular stout, as yeast can not ferment it. The result is a dark, full bodied, creamy beer with deep roasted flavors, an a hint of chocolatey sweetness.
Hop bursted with Galena, Willamette and Summit this beer has a intense grapefruit nose and flavor. Hop bursting is adding generous amounts of hops during the middle and end of the boil while adding none at the beginning when you would normally add your bittering hops. So the Harbor Master was aggressively hopped during the middle and the end of the boil to get the bittering, flavor and aroma from the hop varieties used.