Beer

Beer

ON TAP

Canteen

Your trusty, refreshing bright ale. Reach for Canteen when the journey gets thirsty. Nimble honey and almond from German pilsner malt and spicy Saaz hops forge ahead with rice along to lighten the load of this easy drinker. At 4.5% Canteen is designed to get you from trailhead to summit!

THe Rube

A yokel, a country bumpkin. Rustic w/ his own refined dignity. Bold yet balanced, audacious but approachable. Malt and hops in harmonious heft. Sweet caramel and spicy rye balanced by an assertive, candied grapefruit bitterness in this easy drinking red ale. Inspired by the classic cocktail, the Rube is your mid-day Manhattan.  7.5% abv.

PEEL TOP

Nectar like notes of mango and tangerine in a bready and balanced pale ale. The pale ale has been many a beer drinkers jump off point and we are proud to offer this take on a classic highlighting some of our favorite contemporary hops. 6% abv.

Pourage

A simple bed of toasty english malt brewed with 2 kinds of oats for a silky mouthfeel upon which Southern hemisphere hops make themselves at home. Medium bodied with aromas of pineapple, melon, tangerine and lime. Not too bitter and not too malty for an extra pale ale that is just right.  5.9% abv.

gimme

The perfect course companion. On the green with hoppy notes of tropical fruits and candied citrus. Wheat malt tees a subtle tart snap and caddies a medium bodied, easy swinger. An ace, or at least close enough amongst friends, now gimme another!  7.3% abv

HEADLINER

Top billing hops storm the stage in this bone-dry West Coast style IPA. A slight honey sweetness supports the piney, resinous, citrus hop profile. A well hidden 8.2% & 75 IBU and the crowd demands an encore.

GRANDPAPPY

Greet a glass full of dark chocolate, graham cracker, dried cherry, and espresso in this rich and complex imperial stout. A fireside storyteller of a beer, Grandpappy’s tale unfolds with each sniff and sip.  9.5% abv.

FERMENTING

SELF-TITLED

A beer so lovely we named a brewery for it.  Self Titled is a petit saison style beer with a refreshingly crisp, wheat kissed body designed for play in the sun.  Fresh baked french bread and biscuit support notes of white grape and marmalade from Nelson Sauvin hops.  A noble guide to delicate flavors and subtlety.
4.9% abv.

Tiny Umbrellas

Inspired by the titular garnish on a Mai Tai.  An approachable beer with sunny notes of mango, guava, and pineapple lounge upon just enough bitterness to call it an IPA.  This tropical fruity brew is crafted to drink in a hammock on the sand.
An all day beach blanket beer at 5.7% abv.

 

 

Burner

Puffs of citrus, pine, and sage from a kushy blend of hops lounge upon bohemian malt in this pungent and potent IPA.
7.5% abv.

GROVER

A dedication to the once plentiful lines of fruit trees that gave our fair county its name.  This IPA captures a walk through the groves of old Orange County with a citrusy blend of hops.  Lured by the sweet and tart Valencia perfume, our early residents tended to and revered the citrus we have captured in this brewed tribute to our county’s delicious history. 7% abv

HEADLINER

Top billing hops storm the stage in this bone-dry West Coast style IPA. A slight honey sweetness supports the piney, resinous, citrus hop profile. A well hidden 8.2% & 75 IBU and the crowd demands an encore.

#Docentfieldtrip

Docent Crowler Can

 

Remember how you felt as a kid knowing a field trip was on the horizon? It meant fun, adventure, and trying something new. It also meant an exciting break from the norm.

We’ve done our fair share of learning over the course of the last five years. Like any journey, we had a lot to see, taste, and experience to get to this point. Now we see that our history of field trips has created a place for you to take your own.

To-Go Crowlers

Consider our brewery your new favorite field trip, a place made for firsthand observation and learning.

Choose any of our beers and take it to-go. Our 1 Qt. Crowler cans are poured fresh and canned when you order. Drink cold, and let the adventure begin.

Show us where you take yours. Tag us at #DocentFieldTrip