Only available in the Taproom.
Make up your own 4-pack from select beers!
GF, Hard Mixed Berry Seltzer made from corn, fruit purée and yeast.
The End of an Era or the End of a Dynasty, some may say.
We did have fun a couple years ago with the infamous Traitorade, but that was because we were lashing out. This is the beer we truly wanted to make for our “GOAT.” What is more sleek and sophisticated than a Helles Bock? Brewed with high end locally malted grain, the best noble hops we could source and aged slowly with time and patience. We also had to reference all his crowing achievements in this brew.
6.1% abv to represent the six Super Bowl wins with New England and that .01 win – (for that other team).
The 23 IBU is for the years he spent in the league being great.
The 15 bags of grains used was for the times he was nominated to the Pro Bowl.
Finally, 251 is the batch number for this brew, which is also his all-time wins number.
Thank you for all the come from behind wins, the Super Bowl appearances, the leaving us and coming back to us.
Cheers to the GOAT!
It’s that time of year. The time when we take everything and douse it with cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and allspice. This beer is no exception. We also added a bit of vanilla to give this beer a hint of sweetness and bring all the spices together. It’s the best thing that could ever happen to pumpkin spice – anything but basic! Sticker available!
Ceased and Got Sauced is a 5.5% abv fruited sour ale stuffed with over 350 lbs of fresh cranberries. Tart, sweet, sour, fruity, all the best flavors rolled up in one can. We hope to see this beverage on your table!
Our tart, fruit ales are first fermented with our lactobacillus strain and then fermented again with our house Belgian strain. Once the beer has finished fermenting, we load it up with one pound of fruit per galloon of beer. Remember to ALWAYS keep this beer refrigerated.
Sours on draft: Blueberry!
This is one of our favorite styles of beer here at Smug – hope you enjoy this light lager!
Known for its simplicity, the American Golden Ale was invented by small breweries in the 1970’s – as an “approachable” craft beer. As expected by its name, it is straw or gold in color, putting it in the Pale Ale category. Flavor-wise, this sunny-hued brew is simple, straight forward and very smooth. Stay Gold, Ponyboy! Stay Gold!
This beer was inspired by one of our brewer’s previous employers and where he started his brewing career. The influence was a pineapple cocktail made with a fresh pineapple soaked in spirits. We created a recipe that involves specific hops that give off the flavor and aroma of fresh pineapple and finished it with a splash of pineapple pureé to tamper the ABV. The result is an amazing, floral, citrusy IPA with wonderful, aggressive flavors and a semi-sweet finish. We hope you enjoy this brew as much as we do. Cheers!
Sometimes in the deep winter you need to have a tropical state of mind. This wheat based sour is chock full of pink guava and fresh passion fruit – giving off the most wonderful flavors and aromas of a Caribbean Beach. This brew is complex with flavors: sweet, tart, fruity and tangy. So grab a can, blast the heat, and you’ll find yourself in relax mode instantly! Cheers!
This New England IPA will drive you crazy with tons of tropical and citrus aroma. A cloudy straw color is traditional for this beer style. Remember to enjoy, but drink responsibly or have someone give you a lift.
In honor of the RI Food Fights, Big LeBREWski, we will be offering a special beer on tap – our own tribute to The Dude! With notes of Autocrat coffee, this brew is smooth and slightly sweet. Cheers!
Rob DaRosa, Master Brewer & Founder