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Magpie Salute

Brewed in collaboration with the swaggering rock ‘n’ roll, psychedelic blues band Magpie Salute – this lager hits all the right notes. Crisp, clean, and easy-drinking, it is the perfect remedy for the late winter blues. Whether lounging on the back porch or dancing to live music, this session beer will keep you humming well into the evening.

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Mai-nd Bockling Beer

A Taproom favorite, originally brewed by a team of employees here at our Mills River brewery, Mai-nd Bockling Beer is our take on a classic Maibock – a traditional springtime beer in Germany.  Brewed with Continental malt and new-school German hops, this beer has an uncommon depth of malt flavor, yet remains crisp and extremely drinkable.

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Maltiple Personalities

This beer was inspired by the taste of Sierra Nevada favorites like Ruthless Rye and Tumbler. Maltiple Personalities features 9 varieties of malt to bring out dark chocolate and nutty flavors that balance out the heat from Carolina Reaper peppers. So, in this beer, there’s no reason to fear “The Reaper”.

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Maple Scotch-Style Ale

Scotch ales are wintertime staples, known for their rich, malty flavors with notes of caramel and toffee. This robust beer combines that traditional malt flavor with a touch of maple for an added layer of depth—perfect for sipping near a warm winter hearth.

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Marty Go Round

A tribute to our brewer’s father, legendary radio host Marty Sullivan, Marty Go Round brown ale combines a classic combo in the kettle: oatmeal and raisins. Slightly sweet with just a hint of fruit, the oatmeal steals the show with a smooth and hearty mouthfeel. Have a happy!

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Mills River Double IPA

One of our brewers, born and raised in Mills River, created this beer in celebration of the land and people that surround our North Carolina brewery. It is a smooth, easy-drinking double IPA with notes of citrus and stone fruit from generous additions of Simcoe, Amarillo, and Cascade hops. A tasty tribute to the town we call home, this double dry-hopped beauty shines bright like a sunny summer day on...

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Mint Stout

Our Mint Stout might be the perfect after-dinner drink. This unique beer blends flavors of mint and bakers cocoa for a sweet treat balanced with just a hint of an herbal finish.

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Moxee-Moron

The city of Moxee, WA, is in the heart of the Yakima Valley hop growing region and this Imperial Session IPA—a style contradiction—honors the Pacific Northwest’s hop-bomb heritage. Moxee-moron features hops in the mash, the kettle, the Hop Torpedo, and the fermenter for ultra-complex hop aromas and flavors in an ironically named package.

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Old Chico Amber Ale

Featuring caramel malts and bright citrusy hops in even measure—none overpowering the next. This brilliant amber beer is medium-bodied and approachable, and makes for the perfect pint.

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Old Chico Brand Brown Ale

Old Chico Brown Ale features layers of bittersweet roasted malt flavor rounded out with a smooth silky finish, making it the perfect beer for a sunny autumn day in NorCal.

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P-24 Sour Saison

P24 is an experimental sour beer from the Sierra Nevada pilot brewery. This Saison has a clean, spicy and refreshing finish that will have you asking for more!

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Paddle Trail Ale

Brewed with experimental whole-flower hops for bright citrusy notes. Paddle Trail Ale was inspired by summer days playing on the river.

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Paloma

This crisp West coast IPA is brewed with grapefruit and lime to capture the refreshing tart flavors of the Paloma cocktail. The grapefruit and lime accentuate and add depth to the citrus and floral notes created through the combination of Citra, Strata, and Crystal hops.

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Pat-Rye-Ot

Pat-Rye-Ot is an “old-meets-new” take on a pale ale by brewers all located in the original 13 colonies. It features rye and apples, which were among the first ingredients used by American brewers in the colonies, alongside bold American hops—hallmarks of our modern craft beer “revolution.”

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