Go to Top

Modern Times Beer

Year Round


modern-times-lomaland

 

Lomaland

Lomaland is an earthy, rustic Belgian-style farmhouse ale that’s both complex and quaffable. It smells like hay, pepper, and friendly sunshine. Its dry, cracker-like body and lightly-hoppy finish makes it a beautiful compliment to food. We named Lomaland after the brilliantly crazy utopian community that was the first settlement built in Point Loma, the San Diego neighborhood where our fermentorium is located.

Visit the site

 

modern-times-black-house

 

Black House

Black House is an oatmeal coffee stout bursting with coffee aroma and flavor. Modern Times is one of the only breweries in the world to roast our own coffee, which allows us to be exceptionally picky about which coffees we use and how we roast them. The result is an abundantly flavorful beer that’s incredibly complex and aromatic, with loads of roast character and a chocolate-covered espresso bean finish.

Black House is also available on Nitro. So creamy.

Visit the site

 

modern-times-fortunate-islands

 

Fortunate Islands

Fortunate Islands shares the characteristics of an uber-hoppy IPA and an easy drinking wheat beer. A massive dose of Citra and Amarillo hops gives it a blastwave of tropical hop aromatics: mango, tangerine, and passionfruit all leap out of the glass. Brewed with 60% wheat malt, Fortunate Islands also has the mild, nutty malt backbone, reasonable ABV, and restrained bitterness to make it an outstanding session beer.

Visit the site

 

modern-times-blazing-world

 

Blazing World

This beer is the stickiest of the icky. It’s a luxuriously hoppy amber loaded up with intemperate quantities of Nelson, Mosaic, and Simcoe hops, which are some of the fruitiest, dankest hops sweet, sweet money can buy. Despite its amber hue, Blazing World is pleasingly dry, sporting a lightly bready malt backbone that serves as platform for the huge & complex hop profile.

Visit the site

 

modern-times-city-of-the-dead

 

City Of The Dead

This groundbreaking export stout is brewed with house-roasted, bourbon barrel-aged coffee. Yup, bourbon barrel-aged coffee. This mind-bending process imbues our coffee with the incredible flavor & aroma of a freshly emptied bourbon barrel, which carries over magnificently into this rich, chewy stout. There’s no other beer like this in the world, so consider it a liquid education for your face. For continuing education, bags of this remarkable coffee are often available in our online store.

Visit the site

 

modern-times-fruitlands

 

Fruitlands

Fruitlands is tart, fruity, and frighteningly delicious. The sour, salty base beer lays down the funky refreshment, while a heavy dose of apricot turns the whole thing into a wall-to-wall stone fruit fiesta. It’s a marvelous mix of elements that collides with your mouth like a fruit-filled asteroid of flavor traveling at the supersonic speed of party.

Fruitlands Variations:
Apricot (Mar-May)
Passion Fruit/Guava (June-Sept)
Sour Cherry (Oct-Jan)

Visit the site

 

modern-times-orderville

 

Orderville

Orderville is an aggressive, fragrant IPA that blends the fruit-forward character of Mosaic hops with the dank, resinous stickiness of Simcoe hops. The resulting beer is immensely rad, with an unmistakably bangin’ aroma and a fully saturated hop flavor and finish. The cracker-dry body keeps the focus squarely on the massive, incredibly delicious hop character, inviting your taste buds to join a drum circle of flavor in a magical forest of hops.

Visit the site

 

 
Seasonal


modern-times-oneida

 

Oneida

Oneida is Hallertau Blanc-centric. The bright tropical fruit and lemongrass notes give it an uber-pungent aroma, with the grapefruity citrus of Cascade providing a touch of balance. We’ve also added experimental hop variety 05256 to the mix, adding a nice hop complexity while keeping it a drinkable pale ale. While more aggressively bitter than Fortunate Islands, Oneida still has a light body and moderate ABV. We’re considering making Oneida our spring seasonal, but that’s all kind of up in the air.

Visit the site