Beer

The New Boswell Brewing Company currently has kegs available for purchase for your bar or restaurant! Call 765-546-7856 for purchasing information.

The line up of our craft ale selections includes, but is not limited to:

Boswell Cream Style Ale

A light bodied, straw colored ale made with pilsner malt. This beer has  a light refreshing character with a medium maltiness accented with light tones of fruit and spice imparted from the strain of yeast used in fermentation. ABV 4.9%

Ezra's Brown Ale

This brown ale is a special beer made with maple syrup, brown sugar, and a lot of Pale Malt. The brown color comes from the addition of Chocolate and Caramel malts. The intense malt flavor is balanced with the addition of Washington State Yakima Valley hops. ABV 6.0%

Rose City Red Ale

Named for New Boswell's hometown, this red ale has deep red tones and a lightly floral hops aroma. The color comes from Crystal Malt which imparts light caramel sweetness. ABV 5.7%

The Hoppit Amber Ale

The Hoppit is an Amber ale with strong hops flavors and a medium bitterness from 6 hops additions. Also, dry hopping gives it an intense hop aroma. Crystal, Choclate, and Pale malts give this beer a deep amber hue and an intense malt flavor to temper the hoppy character. ABV 6.0%

Maelstrom Smoked Imperial Stout

Maelstrom is an Imperial Stout with a O.G. of 1.088 and a ABV of 9.0%. It has a superlative maltiness from lots of Maris Otter, aromatic, chocolate and melanoidin malts. It's accented with Scottish peated malt giving it a light smokey flavor reminiscent of Islay scotch. 9.0%

Boswell's Malted Cider

This hard cider is made with fresh pressed local apple cider. Pilsner and caramel malts are added to compliment the fruit flavors as well as a mild spice blend. Boswell’s Malted Cider weighs in at 7.0% ABV.

Wheat IPA

New Boswell’s Wheat IPA is made with malted wheat, pilsner malt and lots of American Yakima valley hops. Though very hoppy, the Wheat IPA is very drinkable due to its balanced maltiness. Overall it has a medium bitterness, about 55 IBUs and a ABV of 7.5%

 

-Arnold Schwartzenegger

"Milk is for babies. When you grow up you have to drink beer!"