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.
Brewed for the annual St. Peters Fiesta held in St. Peters Square. The St. Peters fiesta is a five day festival honoring the patron saint of the fishermen St. Peter. The festival is put on by the Italian American community of Gloucester. A light easy drinking golden ale, perfect for a week long festival. Look for this beer at other locations around Gloucester during the week of fiesta.
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.
Fisherman’s Pumpkin Stout is a dark stout accentuated by flavors of the Autumn season. Using real pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice, the Cape Ann Brewing Company took a fresh take at the common fall seasonal. This rich dark stout offers an inviting pumpkin spice aroma that gives way to the delicate essence of real pumpkin.
Wet hopped with 30 lbs of Cascade hops from The Pub and Dylan’s gardens, and 20 lb’s of local honey this beer is not just your ordinary pale ale. We have tried to stay with local ingredients to celebrate our local flavor. This years batch is also featured in the “Brew The Charles” competition as part of Hub Week in Boston.
The mother of all hoppy beers, the Double-IPA is loved by many and feared by more. Going against our mission to make balanced beers, a healthy portion of and Citra hops were used to create a smoothly bitter double IPA with big and lingering floral aromas.
Oktoberfest is a Bavarian festival dating from 1810 to honor the marriage of the
Crown Prince Ludwig, later to become King Ludwig I, to Princess Therese of Bavaria on October 12, 1810. The citizens of Munich were invited to attend the festivities held on the fields in front of the city gates to celebrate the happy royal event. Today the festival is held during the sixteen days leading up to the first Sunday in October. Oktoberfest beer is traditionally a Marzen style Lager; here at Cape Ann Brewing we put our own spin on this traditional style. Incorporating a step mash into the mashing process giving this beer a wonderfully smooth mouth feel.