Shoobies were city folks who journeyed to the beach by train in the late 1800's. Their ticket included a shoe box lunch, hence the name. Since then the term is now a pet name for tourists who feed seagulls, wear socks with flip flops or just seem generally confused by the seashore. So sad. So cute. We love us some shoobies. Notes: pale gold, slightly floral, easy drinking
Richard “Mootzy” Mootz, is a native of Sussex County, DE who proudly served in WWII. After the war, he recovered stolen treasures as one of the famous Monument Men. That became his avocation in life, and he has continued to recover treasure throughout Sussex County. Much of his collection has been lovingly made into Crooked Hammock decor including the tables, bar, and wall hangings. We honor and celebrate Mootzy’s finds with our flagship pale ale. Notes: copper color, floral and citrus notes, cascade and chinook hop aromas
What better way can you make your mustache’s dreams come true than by filling it with a creamy, satisfying stout? This dark roasted brew is heavy in body and color but light in its mouthfeel, thanks to being brewed with rolled oats and lactose, which gives it an underlying sweetness. Notes: creamy mouthfeel, roasted malts, brewed with oatmeal
South to Somewhere
Behind The Collar
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