• Hobo Hotline
  • Mexi Trip
  • Homegrown
  • Mos Dank Momo
  • Habitual
  • High Whhheat
  • Rude Boy
  • Aboriginal Gangster
  • Coffee N' Cream
  • Bunker-C
  • Sorry Chicky
  • The Bunk
  • Tangled up in Green
  • Mos Dank w/ Sabro
  • Hand Made Root Beer
  • Fuzzy Slippers Chocolate Cherry
  • Mos Dank NZH-107
  • All Together
  • Hobo Hotline Session IPA

    4.10% ABV 20 IBU
    The 2008 Maryland State body boarding champ aka Matt Meekins brewed his first beer while his babysitters were out of town. It features mouthwatering stonefruit and citrus zest notes and is refreshingly crisp and crushable

  • Mexi Trip Sour Ale

    4.4% ABV 4 IBU
    You boys like Mexico?? This margarita inspired sour ale was conditioned on fresh lime juice, pineapple blood orange puree, and sea salt for a citrusy, salty, and mouth puckering sour ale that may inspire you to take a trip south of the border, or just rip shots of Torada.

  • Mos Dank Momo IPA

    6.1% ABV 22 IBU
    A new variant of an old favorite, this version of most dank features Motueka and Mosaic Hops!

  • Habitual Pale Ale

    5.3% ABV 15 IBU
    This juicy pale ale was double dry hopped with Summer and Rakau hops that lend a generous amount of bright fruity aromas including citrus, stone fruit, and pine.

  • High Whhheat Hibiscus Wheat Ale

    5.8% ABV 24 IBU
    This light bodied wheat beer was brewed with generous amounts of organic hibiscus & English lavender to impart a unique flavor and pink hue.

  • Rude Boy Big Red Ale

    8.1% ABV 32 IBU
    This Burley red ale utilizes 8 different malts to create complexity with hints of burnt sugar, raisin and a slight touch of smoke.

  • Aboriginal Gangster IPA

    6.6% ABV 50 IBU
    This is not your typical IPA...We used New Zealand Motueka hops, which present nice lemon-lime citrus notes, followed by a tropical fruit finish. The use of these hops creates a softer bitterness while retaining the bite of an IPA. This batch also features New Zealand Pacific Jade hops, which impart herbal spicy aromas and flavors.

    92 out of 100 - Beer Advocate Magazine

  • Bunker-C Porter

    6.9% ABV 35 IBU
    A robust porter, pitch black in color with notes of baking chocolate, fresh coffee, and a distinct umami character that sets it apart from your everyday porter.

    Named after the term for crude oil, Bunker-C shares its richness and desirability, but is much more affordable than its namesake.

  • Sorry Chicky Dry Hopped Sour Ale

    4.4% ABV 4 IBU
    At Burley Oak, we love our sour beers! We also love all the aromas you get from our IPA’s. By dry hopping this lacto-happy beer, we’ve created an extreme sensory experience.

    This is one of our favorites, and we decided to put it in a 12 oz can! Ask your bartender if it's available, as we sell out pretty fast!

  • The Bunk Porter

    6.6% ABV 35 IBU
    Our rich, dark porter, Bunker-C, was brewed with Madagascar vanilla beans and roasted cocoa nibs from Ecuador. It’s the perfect pint to warm you up during these chilly days!

  • Tangled up in Green Triple IPA

    10% ABV 26 IBU
    Hopped with a perfect blend of Nelson, Citra, and Wai-iti hops this Triple IPA has a dank nose with a bit of pineapple. All these combined gives a rich, velvety, and extremely smooth taste with profiles of citrus and stone fruit.

  • Mos Dank w/ Sabro IPA

    6.1% ABV 22 IBU
    A new variant of an old favorite, this version of most dank features Sabro Hops!

  • Hand Made Root Beer Non-Alcoholic

    0% ABV 0 IBU
    Try our delicious hand made Root Beer always on tap at the brewery. Tastes just like the candy!

  • Fuzzy Slippers Chocolate Cherry Stout

    7% ABV 36 IBU
    Chocolate stout conditioned on sweet and tart cherry.

  • Mos Dank NZH-107 IPA

    6.2% ABV 22 IBU
    A new variant of an old favorite, this version of most dank features NZH-107 hops!

  • All Together IPA

    7% ABV 28 IBU
    A collaboration hosted by Other Half Brewing to raise money for a local charitable cause!




In 2011 Brooks Clayville contacted me about his love for farming and trying to grow new crops including Maryland indigenous plants and brewing grains. As a Soil Scientist Brooks knows all too well what these small grains need to grow here on the Eastern Shore. After a good bit of research Brooks decided on a grain and we started planting. The first trial failed and we tried again. and again. In late 2013 we finally found what all the necessary components were to grow and harvest a barley that was able to be malted. This research, trial and error, and overall learning curve adaptation lead to our Burley Oak grain to glass series called, Home Grown Ales. The first beer in this series is Loakal, Pale Ale.


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