Mountain State Brewing Co.
A highly hopped, moderate bodied beer which comes in at 5.4% ABV. The hops schedule includes healthy doses of Galena, Cascade, and Amarillo, and is tuned perfectly to provide the hops bitterness explosion that IPA fans seek without a lingering bitter aftertaste.
The Seneca IPA is named after the Seneca Indians who roamed West Virginia in the 1700s.
An easy-drinking American Blonde beer, the grist bill includes a healthy dose of oats and wheat. Light in body, this beer is the perfect finish to any day’s activity. 5.5% ABV.
Hare hunting is a popular activity in West Virginia. While hare hunting, one could be lucky to stumble on a lot of ‘hot tracks’, or unlucky with only ‘cold tracks’ – tracks in the snow made by rabbits who passed through a few days earlier
Coal Black and creamy smooth, this beer holds a light tan head and is surprisingly light in body – so it won’t fill you up. 5.3% ABV.
Thomas, WV’s heritage was based on the hard-working immigrant coal miners who worked the mines from the 1890s-1940s. The tap handle is the silhouette of a local coal miner’s daughter