Canned beer has made a serious return in the craft brewing world. Prior to this resurgence, the only beer found in cans were industrial lagers. So as a nod in both directions we present an elegantly crisp and hoppy new world lager. The light and refreshing pilsner malt body delivers an abundance of floral, spice, and grass driven hop flavors and aroma. Perfect for those luxurious cruises through the Caribbean.
Stillwater has always been a reflection of my journey through this world. The places I’ve visited. The culture I’ve consumed and experienced. The friends I’ve made along the way – musicians, visual artists, vintners, chefs, hop growers, fellow brewers. It’s a dialogue with the things that excite and challenge me.
Stillwater can be profound or profane. Deadly serious or a dirty smirk. Excessive or wholly deconstructed. Rooted in tradition or travelling towards an unexplored future. It can be all of these things at once. It is forever open to your interpretation.
Stillwater was envisioned as a nomadic project. From the moment production was untethered from the shoddy origins of my Baltimore basement, it was always on the move. Stillwater’s beer would go on to be made at countless breweries around the globe — each one presenting a unique environment within which to explore, to create, to learn. But now Stillwater has planted roots in the Pacific Northwest and the English city of Leeds. It’s a new chapter for me. I hope you’ll read on.