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Zed’s on the West Coast–IPA v7
Starting with a base of Fuggles, Magnum and Simcoe took over at the :30 mark. Jarrylo came to the party in force at the last minute thru dry-hopping. BTW: it’s pro-nounced Year-I-Lo ABV: 6.0% IBU: 73
Zed’s in The Universe–Pale 42
Made with mostly American 2 Row and supported by Centennial, Cascade and Amarillo hops, this beer has an appealing floral nose and apricot undertones on the tastebuds. ABV: 5.0% IBU: 42
Zed’s In Ireland–dry stout
Dry? Sweet? Milk? These are just words. Beautiful Bakers chocolate and coffee on the nose, bitter chocolate in the mouth. ABV: 4.1% IBU: 27
Zed’s in Chop–Original Märzen
Named after my great-grandfather, this lager was made with ingredients he could have had access to: Vienna, Munich and Pilsner grain, Tettnang, Hallertauer, Saaz. Pleasant nutty base and clean finish. AVB: 5.1% IBU: 21
Zed’s in NJ–Blueberry Blonde
We blended more than 84 pounds of fresh blueberries from Marlton’s own Cheyanne’s Roadside Market into Zed’s in NJ–Jersey Blonde. Can’t get any fresher. ABV: 5.5% IBU: 24
Zed’s Saturday Morning–Cinnamon Toast Ale
Part of our ongoing Breakfast Beer series, our taste memory of Saturday Mornings in front of the TV will take you back. Warm, spicy cinnamon top notes give way to a lightly toasted malt backbone. ABV: 4.7% IBU: 20
Zed’s en Alsace–French Saison
Featuring fresh Aramis hops imported from the Alsace region of France, this cloudy French Saison is as approachably complex as you can get. Spicy citrus top notes finish with a herb spice that lingers on the tongue. ABV: 5.6% IBU: 37
Zed’s in the Orchard–Golden Peach
This year we took 65lbs of fresh peaches from Cheyenne Roadside Market in Marlton and added them to our golden ale. The result is a late summer sipper with huge fruit in the nose that pays off in the mouth. Amarillo hops add additional notes of peach and apricot. ABV: 5.4% IBU: 20
Zed’s in Georgia–Roasted Peanut* Stout
This *nitro* only beer combines a rich stout with roasted peanuts and a touch of salt. Let it warm up a touch. (Did we mention it contains peanuts?) ABV: 4.7 IBU: 26
Zed’s in NJ–Jersey Blonde
Hopped with a blend of Amarillo. Simcoe and Eukanot, this lightbodied, easy drinker is sweet on the nose and smooth on the tongue. Finished with a dry hopping of Ekuanot (citrus, lemon) to give that pallet cleansing sensation. ABV: 5.5% IBU: 24
Zed’s Up-Side Down–Down Under Pale Ale
Zed’s turned all around and upside down with this pale ale! Pacific Gem, Green Bullet and Dr. Rudi combine to create a perfume bitterness that lingers in the mouth after the swallow. Dry hopped with even more Dr. Rudi to create the spicy afterglow. ABV: 5.5% IBU: 69
Zed’s on the Liffey–Dublin Porter
A perfect example of Approachable Craft. This Dublin Porter starts with slightly smokey, burnt toast aroma, moves to light roast in the mouth and finishes with dark fruit. All inside a 4.0%ABV beer. Wonderful. IBU: 29
Zed’s with Joe–Coffee Cream Ale
After a long night of brewing, we decided to cold brew a batch of our Copper Cream Ale. Roasted coffee flavor and aroma take turns waking up your nose and tastebuds!
Zed’s PB&J Black and Tan
“You got your Blueberry Blond in my Roasted Peanut Stout!” “No, you got your Roasted Peanut Stout in my Blueberry Blonde” Two great tastes… aprox ABV: 4.9% aprox IBU: 24
Who is Zed, anyway?
a Bado family legend
According to Bado family lore, our great-grandfather worked in the mines in Chop, Hungary. On his days off and as he could, he would brew beer for the other miners. The containers? Steel pails. I think he should be credited for inventing the Growler and Crowler!