Travelers to Bhutan are often charmed by the beauty of the Bhutan Glory butterfly. We named our amber ale after this national treasure because we wanted the world to know that this is a proudly Bhutanese version of this beer style, which is enjoyed by discerning drinkers around the world. You’ll be charmed by Bhutan Glory’s deep, rich amber color and the hints of biscuit and caramel flavors from the Munich and Victory malts we use.


The story of Bhutan begins with a dragon, with thunder in its voice and fire in its heart. It’s the perfect symbol for our Dragon Stout. We brew it with roasted barley and chocolate malts to give it a deep black color and rich body, and yet it’s surprisingly easy to drink. Aromas of coffee and chocolate are followed by a slightly dry, slightly sweet roasted flavor that you’ll find supremely satisfying.


The India Pale Ale traces its origins to the British army in India, in the 18th Century and its rebirth by small American brewers in 20th and 21st centuries. Our Ser Bhum IPA was inspired by these classic ales, but the recipe is our own. The Cascade hops provide hints of floral and grapefruit aromas, and the Crystal malts give it a rich, golden color. We’re confident you’ll find Ser Bhum IPA’s crisp, distinctive flavor and surprisingly pleasant bitterness uniquely refreshing.