Along with fresh hops and malts, we put a lot of heart and imagination into every NoDa brew. We hope you enjoy trying them all and finding your favorite.
For us this is where it all started! The rich golden color comes from a blend of English and American base malts accented with substantial amounts of Vienna and Wheat malt. The American citrus hops take center stage with emphasis on late boil additions of Citra and Amarillo. This signature ale is hopped before, during, and after the boil!
Chocolate and Brown malts contribute a stunningly deep rich color with ruby highlights in this Robust Porter. The slight bitterness from American chocolate is balanced with the sweet roastiness of toasted organic coconut. A great beer before, during, or after a meal!
A balanced and interesting red ale that uses the unique combination of Rye malt and Belgian Special B with Northern Brewer and Challenger hops. Enjoy this beer as the start of the wild and crazy road through the world of NoDa craft brews.
Are you ready for an American Pale Ale that does not sacrifice great malt and hop flavor for exceptional drinkability? If so, get ready for a Jam Session. It is Noda Brewing’s sessionable pale ale with a solid backbone provided by imported Maris Otter and Caramunich malts balanced with the pine and citrus flavors of Centennial, Simcoe, and Citra hops.
A solid malt backbone with a hefty amount of Rye, to further the grain bill, plus a 7 hop blend gives this beer an “American” IPA flavor and aroma but also accentuate the spiciness of the Rye.
An American IPA with an assertive hop character and balancing malty backbone. The hops used give it a piney, citrus laced aroma and a bright, earthy bittering finish. It uses Columbus, Magnum, Cascade and Santiam hops throughout the brew to achieve this hop character and utilizes four different malts to give it the golden amber colored body and the flavor of caramel along with some toasty bread notes.
This Belgian pale ale utilizes traditional Belgian malts and European hops. The Belgian yeast brings flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and grapes naturally through its fermentation and accented with seeds of paradise. This blend is an intriguing palate pleaser.
Ready for a warm weather, easy drinking beer but not ready to give up your Hops? Well now you don’t have to. Ghost Hop has the grain bill of an IPA, minus the color, and the hops of a true Northwestern IPA, all delicately fermented with Belgian Wit yeast. It is an American IPA-Belgian love child! It has the light body and drinkability of a Belgian Wit with the Citrus & Pine flavors from the Amarillo and Centennial hops.
Our Mojito inspired Belgian Wit infused with mint leaves and lime zest.
Crash through the cold weather with our malty, hearty ruby red ale. Cold Crash offers a malt forward and dark fruit accented flavor profile with subtle hops and a warming 6.3% ABV. Perfect for the cooler months ahead.
We took a different approach to the stout style than normal and wanted to achieve both a full bodied & complex stout character, but with the drinkability of a session ale, something that wouldn’t be unapproachable by the non-heavy dark beer drinkers. To do this, we added a hefty amount of cocoa nibs to give the beer a distinctive dark chocolate character that melds well with the roasted notes from the dark malts.
This is our version of a Cascadian Dark Ale, more commonly known as a Black IPA. Made with five hop varieties: Cascade, Centennial, Columbus (Tomahawk), Chinook, and Warrior.
This Pumpkin is hot, and it knows it. Gordgeous is a balanced pumpkin ale using over 100 lbs of organic pumpkin that we caramelize with 40 lbs of brown sugar for every batch! Our spice blend is not the typical for pumpkin beers either. We use whole seed spices cracked ourselves on brew day and mix allspice, cardamom, cloves and freshly shaved whole ginger root.
ABV = Alcohol Percentage by Volume
A standard measure of how much alcohol is contained in an alcoholic beverage. NC limits beer alcohol content to 15%.
SRM = Standard Reference Measure
A system modern brewers use to measure color intensity. The lighter the beer color, the lower the SRM.
IBU = International Bittering Unit
A scale for measuring the perceived bitterness of beer. The higher the IBU, the “hoppier” the beer will taste.