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Classic American Wheat Beer, golden pale in color with a slight grainy texture.
Named after the Iroquois Confederacy that inhabited the nearby Chemung River Valley Prior to 1779.
American Pale Ale with a nice hop finish from the use of classic American hops. Evenly balanced between the hops, body, and finish.
Following an order from President Washington, General John Sullivan led an expedition through the Finger Lakes, to strengthen is hold in the area.
American Brown Ale roasted notes from the use of the roasted malts and a slight nut-like finish. There are no actual nuts in this beer.
Named for the Battle of Newtown that took place in 1779 near what is now Elmira. You visit the Battlefield which is now a NY State Parks and also check out Sullivan’s Monument.
American Style Red Ale with a slight hop bitterness and a strong malt body. Dry, crisp finish
Named for The Horseheads Brickyard, established in 1840, which was a leading brick manufacturer in New York State.
Irish Stout with a nice roasted body and a dry finish. Coffee-like on the nose with jet black color, this beer is typically confused being heavy, however its actually quite light.
Named for General John Sullivan who served in the Revolutionary War and a former Governor of New Hampshire. He is honored at the hilltop of Newtown Battlefield State Park with a monument.
Beer brewed with all-natural pumpkin and spices.
Beer with a bite! Our ever-popular pepper beer is brewed with 3 different types of peppers. The spicy aroma and taste leaves you wanting more.
Porter with chocolate added during the brewing process. The dark malts lead to a slight roasted taste with the addition of chocolate making this a delicious cold weather beer.
Light American Cream Ale. Towpath is you traditional sitting in a lawn chair with you feet up beer. It is light, clean, and super refreshing.
California Style Steam Beer is a light slightly fruity beer, with toasty notes. This beer is brewed to showcase traditional hops.
American Pale Ale brewed with Rye. Nice hop profile and spice from then Rye makes for a good fall and winter pale ale.
Belgian Blond Ale brewed with orange peel, has a subtle creaminess with a light sweet flavor. Citrus noted from the orange peel make this quite refreshing.
American Amber Ale brewed seasonal with locally harvested maple. This beer is sweet, malty, and full of character. The maple is a big part of that, due to the variances is color and sweetness.
Intensely Hoppy Pale Ale with a big malty body. Characters of Citrus and Pine, gives this high ABV beer a smoothly light deceptive finish.
Named Orion due to the fact that the Horsehead Nebula is inside the Constellation Orion.
A dark IPA with citrus notes from it many hop additions and a slight roasted taste. This beers aroma and flavor profile comes from its Belgian yeast.
This light summer ale is a perfect match fruit and beer, while still being beer. This beer is made with real blueberries.
Dry, hop forward, specialty IPA that is equal parts roasted and hoppy. Smells like coffee in the forest.
German style wheat beer, unfiltered to leave you with a cloudy glass. This beer gets its characteristics from its yeast by leaving notes of clove and banana.
Barrel Aged American Barley-wine. A big, hoppy, malty beer that spends a couple months in barrels to mellow out. Pulling flavors from whatever barrel you use, whether it is Bourbon, Wine, and Rye Whiskey. The wait is as exhilarating as sampling the first pour.
An intensely heavy and flavorful oatmeal stout. Notes of dark chocolate, coffee, and smoke, this beer is a very complex and leaves you wanting more.
Porter brewed with Chocolate and Peanut Butter. Slightly sweet and little roasted this combination of chocolate and peanut butter is perfect for those chilly winter days.
An American IPA brewed with natural tropical fruits. The fruits used will be determined by season.
A crushable, juicy New England IPA. This hazy IPA gets its “juicy” flavoring from big late hop additions. Ultra-smooth and creamy, this beer is fun to the late drop.
New England-style IPA brewed with Lactose and Vanilla. 28 IBU.
Scotch Ale, very malty with a clean finish. 20 IBU.
Horseheads Brewing would like you to know about a few changes due to coronavirus (COVID-19):
We want to let you know about a new policy at the brewery:
You can now purchase Horseheads Brewing beer at the following locations in the Erie, PA area: