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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 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 the Backyard–Copper Cream Ale
Rich and Creamy, with a smooth mouthfeel balanced by a slight “bite” from the yeast and a light hopping with Centennial. Gets its coppery glow from a kiss of caramel and black-patent malt. ABV: 5.5% IBU: 19
Zed’s in Knoxville–Amarillo Wheat IPA
Inspired by a trip to TN, this wheat IPA combines a delicious wheaty backbone with a generous amount of Amarillo. Worth the trip! ABV: 5.5 IBU: 55
Zed’s Four For Fall: Salted Caramel
Zed’s Four For Fall: Sweet&Tart is like enjoying those crunchy treats when you were a kid–in a beer!! 12 ounce pours only. ABV: 7.9 IBU:30
Zed’s in Chillum–SMaSH Gold
Made entirely of NJ grain from our friends at Rabbit Hill, this golden features a gentle sweetness and mild hop depth from Brewer’s Gold. Ask us what SMaSH means when you’re in! ABV: 5.9 IBU: 25
Zed’s in the U.S.–American Brown w/honey
One of our favorite beers to brew, this version incorporates more than 60 pounds of fresh honey from Cheyenne’s Roadside Market right here in Evesham! ABV: 5.0% IBU: 27
Zed’s in Chop–Original MärZen
Our namesake and my great grandfather, Zed, brewed beer for special occasions in his home country of Hungary. While what he brewed is lost to time, we created an Austrian MärZen brewed with grains and hops that he would have access to. Smooth, malt forward easy drinker with bready notes and a hit of caramel. ABV: 5.1 IBU: 21
Zed’s Banned from the Bog–Cranberry Wit
This Wit was made with a bit of orange peel and quite a bit of dry-picked cranberries from our friends at Cheyenne’s Road Market! ABV: 5.1 IBU: 16
Zed’s in Norway–Kveik style
Kind of like a farmhouse ale but not quite. Cloudy but clear. Malt forward but subdued. Slightly hoppy but not overpowering. It’s the yeast that makes it! BTW: we’re told it’s pronounced “quick!” ABV: 5.2 IBU: 25
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 in London–English Mild (dark)
Back after two years! As the name implies, lighter in alcohol and gently hopped with Magnum and Fuggles. The grain bill is the star of this 7-grain beauty. ABV: 3.9% IBU: 19.
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!