STYLE: Blonde Ale
WHAT TO EXPECT: Lemony, Crisp
Abigail Bates makes up one half of the “Army of Two,” a duo of sisters whose courage and musical dexterity made them heroes in Scituate town history. During the War of 1812 the girls, daughters of the Scituate Harbor lighthouse keeper, spotted British warships approaching from their seaside home. With no one around and no time to warn citizens, the sisters grabbed a fife and drum and drove them into retreat by playing the militia fight song, which the British troops heard and assumed to be the approach of the local militia.
This crisp, bright Blonde Ale, with refreshing notes of lemon and hopped with Zuper Saaz and Columbus, is a tribute to these sister soldiers. Play on, players.
East By Northwest
WHAT TO EXPECT: Piney, Hoppy
Our brewing roots were planted in the Northwest, where we learned to brew some darn tasty beer. We eventually made our way back East and it's here that Untold Brewing came to life.
This beer is a tribute to our past and present - a bright, piney IPA with a pronounced bitterness, hopped with Azacca, Chinook, Columbus, Mosaic, and Simcoe.
STYLE: Pale Ale
WHAT TO EXPECT: Citrusy, Bright
Not far from our brewery in the cold waters off our coastline stands Minot Light, a lighthouse flashing 1-4-3 to signal "I Love You." For over a century, this message of love has protected ships from the dangerous, rocky seas around them. Pale 143 is a nod to all who have stood on the ocean's edge and felt the same love from that eternal light.
Pale 143 is a pale ale hopped with Columbus, Cascade, Amarillo, and Citra. It greets you with bright valencia orange and mango flavors along with subdued peach notes, and finishes with a subtle bitterness.
STYLE: Brown Ale
TASTING NOTES: Toffee, Malty
Rebecca is the counterpart (in name) to our Blonde Ale Abigail, named for the Scituate sister soldiers who took up musical arms and drove the British army into retreat in the War of 1812 (read up on our Abigail Blonde for more on this story).
Brewed with Munich, Caramel, and Chocolate malts, this malty, toffee brown ale is smooth and damn delicious.
STYLE: Dry Stout
WHAT TO EXPECT: Roasty, Balanced
No matter the weather, we love us a good dark beer. That's why we brewed up this dry stout for the summer months.
With a lower ABV and a relatively lighter body that a standard stout, this dry stout is roasty and balanced with notes of dark chocolate, coffee, and an espresso-esque bite on the finish.
STYLE: Summer Ale
WHAT TO EXPECT: Good vibes (and more cowbell)
It's summertime, and the livin's easy. When summer hits in New England we come out of hibernation and seek out the simple pleasures of the season - hot days at the beach, cool nights grilling out, and an overall slower pace of life.
Summer Song is our 4.7% summer ale that's crisp and light with citrusy notes of grapefruit and tangerine. Brewed with Pilsner Czech malt and Amarillo hops, this single malt and single hop (aka SMASH) beer is perfect for whatever summer fun you've got going on.
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WHAT TO EXPECT: Hazy, Citrusy
When we take a look in our fridge, we always bypass the purple stuff and soda and go straight for the Sunny C.
This 6.4% IPA is hopped with Citra, Simcoe, and El Dorado. It delivers a hazy hue and juicy bursts of mango and citrus, rounded out by a smooth, creamy mouthfeel and minimal bitterness.
I Was Promised Unicorns
WHAT TO EXPECT: Rainbows, Sparkles
Ummm, I believe I was promised unicorns? You know, the ones surrounded with pastel rainbows and neon lasers? (No wings though…that’s technically a Pegasus). This hazy and juicy IPA was brewed with Pilsner malt, white wheat and flaked oats, and generous amounts of Ekuanot, Mosaic, Motueka and Sabro.
Anyway, I was promised unicorns, so if I’m going to drink this delicious IPA, I better get some freaking unicorns out of it.
No Bonfires Allowed
WHAT TO EXPECT: Hazy, tropical
It’s a debate as old as time, or at least dating back to 2012 when the town ban was first imposed. Should bonfires be allowed in Scituate? Some say it goes against tradition. Others say safety comes first. As the debate rages on, we hope you’ll replace a giant blaze with a little haze this summer.
Hopped with Calypso, Citra, Ella and Waimea, this is the perfect IPA for all of your summer holiday activities (just no bonfires, seriously).
WHAT TO EXPECT: Refreshing, hazy
New England winter storms often produce heavy snow, but on March 16, 1956 Scituate was left with something more unique. During this intense storm, the Italian freighter Etrusco - measuring 441 feet and weighing 7,000 tons - ran aground at Scituate Light. After several months, it was finally towed to Boston, where repairs were made and it was renamed the S.S. Scituate in honor of the town.
Brewed with Idaho 7, Simcoe, Idaho Gem & Styrian Dragon, with refreshing notes of black tea and lemon-this is your summertime sipper.