The Beers of Mutantis

We never brew the same recipe twice, so it can be a struggle to keep up with our current offerings. Below is our line up (not including our keg infusions series) as of January 5th, 2022.

(For the most accurate list of what we currently have available, including beers from other breweries, visit our online store at https://mutantis.square.site, which is always up to date!)

Tropi-Kolsch

This crisp, easy-drinking German-style ale is brewed entirely with malted millet, and hopped with Hallertauer Blanc and Mittelfruh hops. The addition of chamomile late in the boil gives it an intriguing tropical note of banana and coconut (hence the name), but it’s still very much a “beer-flavored beer” with a snappy lager-like finish.

 

Coffee & Pie Sour Stout

A deep and dark grain base with lots of caramel millet malt is moderately soured with lactobacillus helveticus, then fermented with tart and sweet cherries. It is then conditioned with cold-brewed coffee and aged on cherry wood, for a complex yet harmonious beer that is both bright and earthy at the same time!

 

Sour Saison

Brewed almost entirely from pale rice malt, this funky farmhouse-style beer is VERY tart. It’s also a gruit–a beer with herbs instead of hops! A bouquet of jasmine, calendula, and elderflower give it a light floral nose and a grassy herbal flavor that is quite refreshing, and at 5.1% ABV it’s very quaffable!

 

Peachy Quinoa Hazy IPA

This beer uses more quinoa than we’ve ever used–a whopping 60%! This gives it a silky mouthfeel and a dry finish. Double dry-hopped with Cashmere, Ekuanot, and New Zealand Rakau hops, it has bright and round stone fruit aromatics, enhanced by the addition of white peach puree at the end of fermentation.

 

Mochi Donut Sesame Porter

Brewed in collaboration with Mikiko Mochi Donuts, a dedicated gluten-free bakery. It features 3 dozen of their actual donuts in the mash (they are dairy-free but contain egg and coconut). We also used some of their black sesame paste, which adds a subtle earthy bitterness to this rich chocolatey brew.

 

Honey Rose Golden Ale

This unique beer-mead hybrid, aka a “braggot”, was built around imported Ethiopian gateme tree honey, which has intense floral notes of lily and lilac. We combined that honey with a golden malt base, red and pink roses, and a melange of gentle Contessa, Sonnet, and Tardif de Bourgogne hops.

 

Extra Terrestrial Pub Ale

This English-style ESB was developed to showcase Grouse Malting & Roasting’s new Griffin millet malt, a dark caramel malt that is kilned rather than roasted. Despite its low ABV, it has a rich malt flavor with notes of graham cracker and gingersnap. The sulfate-rich water profile of Burton-on-Trent lends a refreshing minerality.

 

Buckwheat Stout Version 2.0

This beer is a revision of our first Buckwheat Stout, which was one of the first beers we ever released. We increased the buckwheat content, and switched from caramel 240L millet malt to a lighter caramel 120L–and then doubled the amount! It’s richer and fuller despite being lower in ABV, with a nutty and smooth coffee-like roastiness.