As a farm brewery, Kent Falls Brewing Co.'s surroundings and experiences inform much of what they do. They aim to produce beer reflective of the land around them, the people that occupy it and the culture they wish to promote. Farmhouse beer is often what brewers refer to as “mixed culture” — beer which develops a complexity of character due to the slow process of multiple microbes working in conjunction. They believe that a similar approach applies to even the most straightforward brew. Even their simplest fermentations — for example, our IPAs, fermented with traditional, common ale strains — are actually a mix of two or three different ale strains, each with its own strengths and weaknesses, but, when put together, create a wholly distinct, nuanced character.