WHY GEORGIA RYE
RYE PALE ALE
BLOOD ORANGE WIT
WEST COAST IPA
TROP DROP & ROLL
BINGO MANGO BONGO
MANGO TART ALE
THOROUGHLY GOOD SCOTCH ALE
BOURBON BARREL AGED SCOTCH ALE
This delicious Scotch Ale is taken to another level by the time it spends on bourbon-soaked toasted white oak. Everything you could ever ask for in a beer, hops not included. You will spend so much time enjoying the aroma of vanilla, caramel, bourbon, sherry, and dark fruit you might forget to take a sip. The sweet, complex malt will explode on your palate, present a wide array of flavors, and warm your soul. Every sip is a thrill ride. Your experience will confirm that the inspiration was spot on: One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer.
EXTRA SUWANEE BITTER
EXTRA SPECIAL BITTER
The American Pale Ale was inspired by a beer similar to this. Unapologetically English in concept, we used UK malt, hops, and yeast to make this interesting yet refreshing beer. Unlike its American cousins, there is more evident malt, somewhat toasty with a caramel note, without being sweet. There is a small amount of fruitiness from the yeast, reminiscent of berries. The hop character is well-balanced and features a more floral and earthy character, rather than the tropical, citrus, and piney character American versions favor. The finish is firm yet smooth, making it a very quaffable pint. Cheers, Mate!
OLDE CHIEF INSPECTOR BARLEYWINE
English Barleywine was the beer that the legendary Beer Hunter Michael Jackson wrote about sipping by a warm fire on a cold winter night. This wonderfully malty and complex strong ale lives up to that billing. A layered nose translates to an even more vivid flavor palate, and a long, smooth satisfying finish. Hints of brown sugar and molasses without being sweet. You fall in love with the aroma, then can’t stay away. No barrel was needed for this version, but it is worthy of that treatment. Born in a reborn fire station, StillFire is proud to translate Fire Chief from the American standard terminology to the English common phrase, Chief Inspector.
Inspiration often takes you to places you didn’t know you wanted to go. While experimenting with a recipe for the new dry, Brut IPA style of beer, Phil found some things he liked that he could use to improve the classic Belgian farmhouse ale—Saison. This Saison has the dry, crisp drinkability of the best examples with pleasant fruit and spicy notes from the special yeast, however, it is augmented with tropical notes from a hop that wasn’t available just 5 years ago. This complex yet refreshing beer is the perfect beer to quench your thirst for something different on a hot afternoon.
CUBAN COFFEE STOUT
If you wander into Little Havana on your next trip to Miami and order a coffee, they serve it only one way: black, sweet and strong enough to clear out all of your cobwebs. This stout is roasty with coffee and chocolate flavors and aromas, but not harsh like some strong stouts. The mouthfeel is enhanced by a creamy silkiness that comes from oats and milk sugar. The flavors are intense, like an espresso, yet are balanced by just the right amount of sweetness to make you crave more. An eye-opener of the first order. The perfect beer to remind you hops aren’t everything
Scotch Ales or Wee Heavies are the strongest version of the beers that were brewed in the Scottish Highlands. The brewers leaned heavily on malt because hops had to be imported and were heavily taxed. Our version has a complex grain bill that results in a delicious mix of caramel, dark fruit, nuts, chocolate, and a wee bit of peat smoke. Smell it, taste it, and enjoy the long, lingering aftertaste. Strong from start to finish, this is a sipping beer that will warm your belly, as well as anything your kilt doesn’t cover.
GERMAN SOUR ALE
Gose is a German sour ale that was originally brewed in Goslar in the 13th Century, and soon adopted by the city of Leipzig. Gose featured salty water or added salt as well as coriander spiciness. It was such an obscure style that twice during the 20th Century Gose ceased to be commercially brewed. It is now a popular and refreshing style thanks to the reinterpretation by American craft brewers. This version features Lime and Orange as well as a touch of salt and an Asian citrus fruit that together are reminiscent of the very famous cocktail in the name. Thoroughly refreshing, this tart beer will expand your horizons of what modern craft beer can taste like.
Firefighting is a calling that requires you to have the fire in your belly that says you have what it takes every day you strap on the gear. The Fighting 13th gave up their home so that StillFire Brewing could have one to find its fire. To show our appreciation, we are dedicating our first brew made on the property to them. A hint of caramel without being sweet makes this IPA red in hue. We used 13 additions of Centennial hops for a pleasant resinous, pine hop character. Lift your first pint to toast the brave souls that came before us for their service!
A rich creamy stout that balances roasted chocolate with a delicious sweet finish.
COCONUT CREAM STOUT
Smooth and creamy with a hint of coffee. Like a coconut and chocolate cream pie.
PUMPKIN TO TALK ABOUT
Nutmeg and cinnamon with a sweet taste of vanilla.
BOURBON CHIEF INSPECTOR
We let our curiously strong English Barleywine age on charred American oak spirals that have soaked in bourbon for weeks. The combination of complex dark fruit, vanilla notes from the oak, and warming alcohol from the whiskey character perfectly compliment this English Ale.
A malty Scottish Ale with a wee wisp of smoke to whisk you away from the interstate traffic blues to the Scottish Highlands.
GUMMY BEAR GREEN APPLE SOUR
Granny Smith lost her teeth when she sank them into this refreshing sour apple delight! A sour symphony of fruity tart apple magnificence that will make you pucker and beg for more!
AMERICAN IMPERIAL STOUT
An imperial stout with hints of chocolate, vanilla and chocolate.
BLACK MASK SALTED CARAMEL
AMERICAN IMPERIAL STOUT
12% DAYS OF CHRISTMAS
Every Beer Lover has at least one epiphany when they tasted a beer that literally changed their life. This is a tribute to a small abbey in Belgium that brews what many consider the best beer in the world. We wanted it to be released for our first Christmas, so Southy 12 Quad was far too cryptic. This beer is dark ruby-amber, with a tan head. An incredibly complex aroma of sweet alcohol, light pepper and clove with rich dark fruits of plum, raisin and black currant. The flavor continues the theme with fruit, alcohol and spice in every sip that lingers long after the glass has left your mouth. Much lighter and easier to drink thanks to a pleasing, dry finish, this deceptively strong, dark Belgian Ale clocks in right at 12% ABV. We consider this our Christmas Cheer of the first order. It'll knock your stockings off.
SLIPPERY WHEN WET
RUBY FOREST GRAPEFRUIT SOUR
A puckered mix of grapefruit and sour
YULE SHOOT YOUR ALE OUT
English style winter warmer with hints of chocolate, nutmeg and cinnamon.
A nod to the original witbier. Smooth and flavorful. More gaarden and less hoe.
CITRA PALE ALE
SMASH stands for Single Malt And Single Hop. This SMASH uses citra hops and is crushably drinkable.
HALF OUR SOUR
LOOK INTO MY II’s
An ode to the late-great one himself, this German wheat beer (Hefeweizen) has notes of banana and clove and finishes incredibly smooth. The "fresher the better" is what they.
BOOM BOOM BELGIAN
ABBEY STYLE AMBER