This beer was designed with Charleston in mind. Light and refreshing Belgian saison with Sorachi Ace hops that lend a grassy citrus flavor and aroma with a hint dill in the nose.
The beer is 6.66% ABV (of course it would be!) —it’s a porter called Back from the Dead. Join us and drink to Ryan’s health.
Small batch of Saison featuring locally grown Lemongrass from our friends at Spade & Clover. Made for the 2016 Charleston Beer Week event Farmer | Chef | Brewer to be paried with food from our friends Short Grain.
Joey recently found out that his Italian last name, Siconolfi, meant Victorious Wolf so he decided to make a fitting beer for such an epic name. This 11% triple IPA is loaded with Centennial, Citra, and Cascade hops making it a bitter, high alcohol, citrusy bomb. Can you tame the savage beast?
BREWSTER beer made to benefit the Charleston Center For Women, this light golden ale was brewed with turmeric which adds a slight orange bitterness.
Light orange in color and packed with Citra, Cascade, and Amarillo and finished with fresh oranges this IPA was made to celebrate the start of Clemson football season! Go Tigers!
We brewed this beer with David Holaday, Edward Marquardt, and Chris Wessel who are members of our former home brew club, Lowcountry Libations! The recipe was created by David Holaday of Summerville, SC and won silver at the 2016 Colonial Cup. Pitch black with a hint of roasted malt balanced with Amarillo and Citra hops. We’re are partnering up to enter this beer in the Pro-Am portion of the 2016 Great American Beer Festival in Denver, CO.
The Greater Good (the greater good!) is a style commonly found in pubs all over England. Typically served via beer engine from a cask this easy drinking ale is well balanced between malt and bitterness, despite the name of the style. There’s nothing better than a few pints of bitter after a hard day’s work.
So good, we had to say it three times. Inspired by key lime pie (what isn’t?!), Summer Summer Summer Lime is a wheat ale brewed with oats, lactose and lime zest. And, since this is a part of the BREWSTER series, you’ll be drinking for a good cause.
Who is Harlowe? He’s the cutest member of the next generation of the Frothy family (he belongs to Wesley Donehue). And the hat? He makes everything into one. Boxes. Sports equipment. Bowls. The guy likes hats, OK? And let’s face it—a lot of men look good in a hat. Dashing, even.
To celebrate Harlowe’s second birthday, we’ve brewed Harlowe’s Hat Banana Porter. It’s a rich porter fermented with Belgian yeast for a hint of banana esters and peanut butter added in secondary. (Harlowe’s favorite snack is a banana with peanut butter on it.)
We brewed this Wee Heavy with our good friend and lawyer Brook Bristow. Malty, boozy, and warming. We split part of this batch into two sets of barrels from High Wire Distilling that will be released in a few months.
Part 2 of a series of collaborations with Holy City Brewing Company, Brewery 85, and River Rat Brewery. This toasted golden oat ESB is very malty with a noticeable toasted oat flavor and aroma. Named after our favorite Outkast song! It’s so good it’ll make you say “Damn, Damn, Damn, Damn”
When you’re looking for a beer with a place of good ole BBQ this is the one to go to. Nice smoky flavor up front and light hop finish that compliments any rack of ribs! Find this beer solely at the brewery or at Southern Roots BBQ in West Ashley!
We made this beer in honor of our offical greeter, Murphy! It’s golden in color like Murphman, and easy going like him too! Come in and have a few, and pat Murph on his big happy head.
This BREWSTER batch is a pale ale with fresh spruce tips. We then aged it on oak spirals. Piney, delecious, and for a good cause! Proceeds of this beer go to the Sea Island Habitat’s Women Build Week. http://www.seaislandhabitat.org/index.php/newsevents/women-build/
Made for our friend The Amazing Velvet, this hot pink IPA with citra and amarillo has beet juice added at whirlpool to give this beer it’s flamboyant color. Oh heeeeeey!
We’re celebrating our third anniversary at Frothy with a special brew—it’s an American Barleywine that is big, malty and badass. At 11.5% ABV, it’s also boozy. In honor of our six owners, we’re calling it the Six-Headed Hydra of Charles Towne. We expect to get a lot of compliments on the awesome flavor and the fearsome name, but we won’t let that go to our heads.
This double version of Tides of Galway is released every year to celebrate St. Patricks Day. Big, boozy, and super malty!
This is the perfect summer beer. An American Wheat base with fresh cucumbers that provide a slightly sweet cool flavor that is balanced with earthy fresh thyme.
Brewed to celebrate our new partnership with Push Digital! This is a rich n’ roasty American stout with ancho chiles and habaneros.
The Walhallpeño is a “Winter Warmer” collaboration with Carolina Bauernhaus in Anderson, SC .
It’s a combination of Freehouse’s Red Door…
An American Red Ale that combines the citrusy and earthy flavors of an IPA with a dry but flavorful amber malt profile, to make a surprisingly crisp and easy drinking red ale.
And our Maltese Falcon…
A hoppy american brown ale. Lots of malt character with a hint of roast. Strong floral and citrus hop nose.
It has a strong hop character and a rich malty backbone with a slight roast. Fresh Thyme and Rosemary lend a nice floral and piney character.
It’s golden in color with an estery yeast profile. It has a citrus hop character with an herbal earthy note from the green tea we sourced from Charleston Tea Plantation.
A double version of Photuris with three times the hops! Heavy malt backbone with heaps of earthy and piney English hops.
Originally brewed for a good friend’s wedding during our homebrew days, we bring this classic roasty and dry stout back every year for St. Patrick’s Day.
Collaboration with The Orange Spot Coffe house. We’ve combined their signature Chai Yen Blac tea blend with a Belgian Strong Ale. Find your Orange Spot!
Na na na na na na Squash beer! We take a golden belgian ale and add light spices and locally sourced squash.
Collaboration with Craft Conundrum for their anniversary, this Dank IPA has tons of hop aroma and flavor. Share it with your friends.
Using local Persimmon’s and local yeast from Southyeast, we blend a nice sweet melon flavor from the persimmons with a little farmhouse funk. Look for the barrel aged version when available.
This Belgian Flanders Red was soured and aged in Woodford Reserve barrels for four months. Slightly sour with a nice bourbon and oak flavor and a hint of tannins. Perfect gateway craft beer for red wine lovers.
A cola beer blending Frothy Beard’s Choconaut and Cannonborough Beverage Co.’s Cola with notes of star anise and sasparilla.
A classic English Style Bitter, malt forward with a light amber color. Earthy Fuggle hops leave a slight bitter finish.
This pale ale is a favorite of ours. Substituting fresh ginger for a hop addition gives this pale ale a nice sweet and spicy flavor that is sure to be loved. Goes well with sushi and other asian foods and is great as a stand alone beer.
Our traditional Irish Red made with Maris Otter, Caramel Malt and a hint of roasted malt. Malty with a slight sourdough aroma. An award winning recipe from our home brew days, this beer typicall shows up in the fall.
Malty and delicious! A clasic american brown ale with a lofty blend of caramel, aromatic, and chocolate malts. A strong backbone of caramel sweetness balanced with Falconer’s Flight hop blendyields a robust flavor and a nice citrus hop character. Caaaaaaaaaaaaawww!
A blast from the past, this recipe is one of our oldest and was first brewed 5 years ago when the original three Frothy Beards were all living in a house on Sumter Street. Rich malty mouthfeel that finishes with a good hop flavor and aroma.
We take a blonde ale and then cram as many fresh strawberries as we possibly can into the fermenter so that the result is a slightly red colored ale with a fresh strawberry aroma and a light berry flavor. A real summer delight.
It’s summertime. It’s time to go camping and cook burgers. It’s also time to drink our Smokey the Ambear. Cherry wood smoked malt and caramel malts deliver a well rounded smoky sweetness and pleasant hop character that goes perfect with any grilled foods. Remember, only YOU can prevent a parched tongue.
Hey Gallagher, I don’t think you have the melons for this beer! We bombard this American Wheat with 200 pounds of local watermelons to bring about this summertime favorite, perfect for a hot Charleston day!
A dark rich porter full of chocolatey malt flavor with a hint of peppermint. Who needs cookies? If only this could be delivered to your door! Look for this during December and January!
Simply delicious and sweet. Our Tripel uses Belgian Pilsner and Aromatic malts in combination with house made Belgian Candi sugar and noble hops to bring about this belgian gem. This is a nice beer to transition from summer to fall. Higher in alcohol but still light in taste. Sweet candy aroma with a slight banana ester flavor.
A healthy dose of cold brewed coffee from our friends at Cup Coffee gives this brown porter a robust roasty flavor. Named in honor of a certain Sci-Fi cartoon show set in the year 3000!
A Northern English Nut Brown Ale brewed in honor of the Charleston Chapter of the American Outlaws! This light, easy drinking brown ale has a nice bready flavor with a light hop finish.
This heavy weight IPA comes in at 120 IBU’s and has a big citrus punch! We use local honey to ramp up the O.G. on this one. Look out for it at the tap room, one too many and you might end up on a stretcher. Brewed with our good friend and favorite wrestler, B. Furious!
A rich milk stout with coconut. Added Lactose gives this a rich creamy mouthfeel. Toasted coconut with hints of dark chocolate. It’s our apprentice Macey’s very first recipe and it’s become a cult favorite. Look for it in the Fall.
Brown rice lends a full body to this rich stout with cocoa nibs. Cinnamon, vanilla, and a hint of chilis round out the flavor and provide just a touch of heat to make this beer dreamy and delicious.
Boat beer? Lawn mower beer? Beach beer? Yes to all three. Lower ABV beer “goes down super easy” (according to Joey) and can be enjoyed all day long. Start with one.
Every June a magical thing happens for one whole week. It’s a time for reflection, a time to be amongst friends, a time to learn everything about sharks. Here at the Frothy Beard we love Shark Week and to commemorate it we release a beer every June in it’s honor. This Belgian Wit is brewed with orange zest, coriander, and chamomile giving it a nice citrus bite; the perfect thing to keep the heat at bay.
All Fuggle hopped session IPA. Light malt bill gives way to the earthy and slightly spicy flavor of Fuggle hops. One just isn’t enough!
Every year we collaborate with our friends at Homegrown Brewhouse in Summerville to celebrate their anniversary in March. Each year we brew this French Saison with a different citrus. So far we’ve used lemon and lime. What’ll be next!?
Choconaut is pitch black in color with a roasty, dark chocolate nose. The taste is a deep dark chocolate and black coffee with a full mouth feel. It’ll take you out of the stratosphere!
Made for a best friend’s wedding and named after her cat, this Belgian Witbier has a generous amount of fresh lemon peel and black peppercorn that goes well with the spicy esters from the Belgian yeast.
In celebration of our favorite local club! The Battery Blonde is a light, hopply blonde ale. Perfect for those summer days out on the pitch!
If you want something spicy then you’ve found the right beer. We “dry hop” this beer with an abundant amount of Jalepenos and Cilantro to give it a nice burn in the back of your throat and a mouth watering aroma.