Farm Grown Violetta Barley

Farm Grown Violetta Barley

Most craft breweries just pick up the phone to order the malted barley needed to produce their beers from large malting companies like Cargill. Brewing beer at Mount Ida is different – it starts in the field and requires a team of experts. Before barley gets...
Supermoon .992

Supermoon .992

Supermoon IPA and the evolution of West-coast style IPAs   India Pale Ales (IPAs) originated during the expansion of the British Empire. Traditional cask English ales were unable to make the long journey from England to the colonies of India; as a precaution to...
Wicked Cool Southie Stout

Wicked Cool Southie Stout

Dark, roasted, and full of flavor, stouts derived from Porters on the beer family tree around the late 1670’s. The term “stout” was originally used to describe a stronger porter. This practice continued until Arthur Guinness began his famous namesake...
Old Ironsides NEIPA

Old Ironsides NEIPA

India Pale Ales originated in the early-mid 19th century during British colonialism. Used as a preservative of their traditionally bitter beers, hops were added to ales in order to transport casked beer from England to the far reaches of the India colonies. Known for...
Brewery Update

Brewery Update

Happy Friday everyone! We had so many people reach out to us last week to express their excitement about our brewery after our last post.  Since the brewery has been our focus at the construction site we figured we would go ahead and share some of our progress pics...
Brewing Up a Dream

Brewing Up a Dream

Opening a tasting room has been a goal and plan of ours for years.  Projects like this don’t happen overnight.  They start with an idea.  That idea sparks a dream.  That dream, mixed with a little determination, turns into a plan.  Now, here we are with our...

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