We brew our IPAs and pale ales in small batches which allows us to be flexible. After developing new ales, our customers can try them at events and give us their feedback. We keep the favorites and try out new recipes.
The first of our fruity and well balanced ales were Parma Pale Ale, Pioneer Pale Ale and Peak Seeker NE IPA. In 2019 we will introduce new recipes like the Rye Cream Ales and a Session Ale. And we'll continue serving the favorites: Eclipse Black IPA, Peak Seeker and Secret Idaho NE Pale Ale.
Sticking to the Reinheitsgebot (German beer purity law) doesn't mean there's no room for creativity. At Higgins Ale Works, we combine different varieties of hops and malt, and cultivate yeast in exciting ways to produce flavorful and adventurous new brews.
Craft beer on tap is always a treat. We love serving it at bars, craft beer festivals and other events. But sometimes you want to take some with you. That's why you can also get Higgins Ale Works in Crowlers, which keep the ale fresh, are easy to transport and are great for sharing.
New in 2019
Higgins Ale Works IPA and Pale Ale on tap and in Crowlers