Rapscallion
Craft
Rapscallion
Fiskdale MA

Black IPA

Rapscallion Black IPA is a dark, robust IPA
made with local hops from Four Star Farms in Northfield, MA

Blonde

Rapscallion Blonde is a deep golden, Belgian-inspired ale. The flavor is a mixture of sweetness with some fruity undertones, spiciness, and a light, underlying bitterness.

Honey 

Our Flagship beer, Rapscallion Honey, is an extra pale style
ale infused with native wildflower honey from local farmers.
It’s a crisp, clean, and refreshing craft beer with hints of cascade and nugget hops balanced by a subtle honey aftertaste.

At 4.5% alcohol by volume, Rapscallion Honey is a unique session beer which can be enjoyed any time of the year.

Lager

MA’s oldest lager pouring now was 1st brewed in 1898 by the Harvard Brewing Company, the lager survived the Great Depression, prohibition, and WWII before halting production in 1956. This historic American-style, premium lager also made a brief encore in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s with Concord Brewery. Any recipe that has seen 3 different centuries speaks for itself.

Brand: Rapscallion Type: Craft Origin: Fiskdale MA

Black IPA

Rapscallion Black IPA is a dark, robust IPA
made with local hops from Four Star Farms in Northfield, MA

Blonde

Rapscallion Blonde is a deep golden, Belgian-inspired ale. The flavor is a mixture of sweetness with some fruity undertones, spiciness, and a light, underlying bitterness.

Honey 

Our Flagship beer, Rapscallion Honey, is an extra pale style
ale infused with native wildflower honey from local farmers.
It’s a crisp, clean, and refreshing craft beer with hints of cascade and nugget hops balanced by a subtle honey aftertaste.

At 4.5% alcohol by volume, Rapscallion Honey is a unique session beer which can be enjoyed any time of the year.

Lager

MA’s oldest lager pouring now was 1st brewed in 1898 by the Harvard Brewing Company, the lager survived the Great Depression, prohibition, and WWII before halting production in 1956. This historic American-style, premium lager also made a brief encore in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s with Concord Brewery. Any recipe that has seen 3 different centuries speaks for itself.

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