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: Irish Red
WHAT TO EXPECT: Toasty, Crisp
The South Shore of MA is known as the Irish Riviera thanks to its large population of Irish-Americans. The jewel of the Riviera is our very own Scituate, where 50% of the town is Irish and 100% loves to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
This Irish Red is a shoutout to our hometown and its Celtic heritage - crisp and refreshing with toasty caramel notes and a hint of plum, along with a dry malt finish.
WHAT TO EXPECT: Tropical, Unique
Localvore (n): A person whose diet is made up of food and drink that is grown, raised, or produced locally.
We invited our friends at Eat Local, a family of restaurants highlighting fresh, locally sourced ingredients, to brew this IPA with us. Local food + local beer = no brainer.
Brewed with Idaho 7 and Sabro, Localvore draws you in with notes of peach and barely ripe tropical fruit then hits you with a touch of earthiness, subtle hints of cedar, and just the right amount of bitterness on the finish.
STYLE: Coffee Pale
WHAT TO EXPECT: Fruity, Roasty
Our friends at Redeye Coffee Roasters are on a mission to make (in their words) a "top-notch cup of liquid happiness." Since we aim to do the same it only made sense to collab with them and combine our liquids.
Brewed with Redeye's Mr. Breeze, a 50/50 blend of Peruvian and Cauca Colombian beans, this Coffee Pale greets you with bright notes of roasted coffee. Fruity flavors of lime and cherry dance on the tongue and intermingle with a gentle roastiness and the slightest hint of sweet caramel.
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.
TASTING NOTES: Roasty, Full-Bodied
We first opened our doors on Friday the 13th and heard it's a favorite time for Jason Voorhees to make an appearance, so we figured we'd placate him with this full-bodied stout.
Voorhees has roasty aromas of chocolate and coffee and a smooth mouthfeel. Perfect for drinking with or without hockey mask in place.