Year Round beers available in restaurants and grocery stores throughout California, Arizona, and Colorado.
BLOOD ORANGE WIT
This beer is the freshest to taste and the easiest to drink among the others we offer, and also happens to be the best selling one. By using over 200lbs of fresh blood oranges in every batch, we came up with a beer that explodes with flavor, yet balances its sweetness with just a pinch of tartness. It is this balance, combined with an extraordinarily light wheat body, that makes this brew perfect for any occasion, any time of the year!
In 2017, Blood Orange Wit took home Gold in the Belgian Style Fruit Beer category at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF). For those of you unfamiliar with GABF, it is the most prestigious competition in beer. At the time we won, it was also the largest beer competition in history with multiple thousands of entries. To take home any medal would have been amazing, to take home a gold was a pipe dream, so to take home a gold with our flagship beer Blood Orange Wit was absolutely incredible!
5.0% ABV | 16 IBU
We love IPAs just as much as anyone, and we especially love dank, citrus-packed hop bombs. We’ve brewed a lot of them in the past few years, but we were always left wanting a bigger citrus punch. So, one summer day, we took a page out of the recipe book of our flagship beer Blood Orange Wit, and decided to add fresh citrus to the brew. We wrangled up the brew crew once again and took a trip to our local Temecula citrus farms to pick some grapefruit. The result is what we have here; a bitter, hoppy IPA infused with real grapefruit juice, fresh squeezed by yours truly!
7.7%ABV | 77 IBU
WEST COAST RED
The West Coast is known for massively hopped citrus-forward IPAs. A typical Irish-Style Red Ale is a balance of mildly toasted malts. Both styles are great in their own right, but together, they can be something special. So, we took our well-loved Rampart Red Ale and dry hopped it with a pound of Cascade hops per barrel! The Cascade hops blend notes of floral grapefruit with the light toasted flavor of the red malts for a beer that's incredibly well balanced. The core recipe behind West Coast Red dates back to the first weeks of Refuge, and it's always been one of our favorites.