Earth to Beer

Farmhouse Lager

Limited Releases Fruspy (fruit, spice, yeast)

Sean here, writing on behalf of Fullsteam and board member of the Triangle Land Conservancy.

It's been an honor to serve on the board of the Triangle Land Conservancy for the past six years. TLC's mission aligns perfectly with our company mantra of "connecting people to the land and to one another." I've learned so much in my time with TLC.

TLC's public land has been a refuge and respite for my family over the decades, with life-shaping experiences aplenty: the creek at Johnson's Mill, the open fields and massive oaks at Brumley Forest, the wilds of White Pines.

So when it came time to select a nonprofit to receive a portion of proceeds from our Earth to Beer participation, the choice was easy. A swan song (swig song?) to a nonprofit I love, protecting lands I love, for a family and community I love.

As for our version of Earth to Beer, we brewed a delicate, smooth farmhouse lager with bounty of North Carolina grain, including Tidewater Carolina Gold rice, Eastern North Carolina triticale (a wheat/rye hybrid), and malted barley from both Epiphany and Riverbend.

Brewed with saison yeast and hops that lend light tropical and citrus notes, the beer is cooled and lagered for a smooth, clean finish. Lemon and fresh-cut grass give it a Carolina springtime sense of place.

Learn more about:

Alc. By Vol.
N.C. Malt
To-Go Options
16oz Cans
Drink It With
smoked chicken
Grains Tidewater Rice, Locally Malted Riverbend Chesapeake Pils, Locally malted barley (Vienna), Carolina gold rice, Local triticale (malted)
Hops Moutere, Saphir, El Dorado, Magnum

Awards & Certifications

Independent Brewery

Craft Malt Certified

100% N.C. Malt

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