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Fortnight Brewing specializes in English ales. All of our year-round styles are based on traditional English styles and brewed with UK sourced ingredients.
Seasonal and experimental releases are also planned.
Modelled after an Ordinary Bitter, English Ale is anything but bitter. Smooth malting with subtle bitterness from East Kent Golding hops, this sessionable ale is balanced and full of flavor.
Best enjoyed at around 50 degrees, and for those English purists, look for this beer being pulled from a cask in the traditional English style
A beer made famous by the working class in the UK, Porter is smooth and lush. Layers of roastiness, chocolate and coffee await you with each pour. Medium bodied with a tan head that follows you down to the bottom of the glass, this beer is drinkable year round.
While this beer is light in color, it’s not lacking in flavor. This easy drinking beer has fruity and floral notes with a clean finish. A healthy dose of wheat malt adds to the complexity you would expect from a blonde.
Our Coffee Amber brings two of our favorite flavors together. Smooth coffee notes from amber malts and a rich back bone from UK grains join up for a rich unique drinking experience. Hints of plums in the background. Pairs well with red meats, pork and any breakfast item imaginable.
English Ale’s big brother. With a copper color this English specialty is the real deal. With notes of figs and sweet raisins, it’s countered by a healthy dose of East Kent Golding hops to give it a balance. A quintessential English beer, this Extra Special Bitter has found a new home in the states.
X-Pat is a fusion of our English heritage and American passions. Using UK malts and American hops this IPA pours copper in color with a big hop bouquet of grapefruit, pine, floral sweetness. A well rounded malt back bone evens out the bitterness for a truly unique drinking experience.
Limited runs/Currently unavailable
For all the malt heads out there. This beer takes it back with a rich roast layers with light chocolate notes and extremely subtle earthy hop bitterness. This is a limited edition beer. So scrub the lupulin off your palette with this complex malty beer.
Keep your eyes open for a variety of seasonal brews that will pass through the brewery from time to time. The following brews are already on our radar: Dry Stout, Russian Imperial Stout, Golden Ale, and Barleywine, and there will be many more to come!