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When we dreamed up the idea for Moriches Field Brewing Company, one core goal was to have a huge variety of beer that wasn’t overly reliant on “trendy” beer. Part of that comes from the love of beer styles around the world and part is simply that we want to brew beer that people like to drink rather than just taste.  To help meet this goal, we have a split barrel brew system which allows us to brew 2 beers simultaneously resulting in more variety. So how are we looking so far?


In a few short months we have 34 brews under our belt. 20 of those have been distinctly different beers (not just moving some hops around). Here’s the list and some are still fermenting, but pretty impressive overall:

  • Long Island Pale Rd – a light golden Pale Ale
  • Summer Winds – Cream Ale
  • Irish Red – yes an Irish Red Ale
  • Pitch and Yaw – Oatmeal Stout
  • Festive Trickster – hybrid Festbier
  • Belgian Trickster – Belgian Tripel
  • MoreRiches IPA – IPA
  • 1 Boom – Porter
  • Tailgunner Mark 1 -ESB
  • Tailgunner Mark 2 – A completely different ESB
  • None the Weizer -Weizenbock
  • Bubble Top – Blonde Ale
  • Toasted Black and Tan – no particular style, but delicious
  • OC pale ALE – pale ale with orange and coriander
  • Southern C’s – a malt forward IPA
  • Behind the Red Door – Red IPA
  • Flynn’s Irish Stout – Dry Irish Stout
  • Czech 6 – Bohemian lager
  • Amber sitting in Fermenter #1- Amber ale
  • Vienna SMASH – single malt and single hop special

Next week, we brew a Hefeweizen. So, overall I feel we are meeting our goals. Last weekend we didn’t have an IPA of ours on tap which is normally scandalous in the beer industry. Belgian Trickster (10% abv) absolutely crushed it though. It’s nice to see that people also appreciate variety. So to everyone, I say try something new and different – you won’t be disappointed!

A glass of Moriches Field Brewing Company's Belgian Trickster
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