Lyndwood Square Wine and Spirits is proud to be the first store in Howard County to have an 8 tap growler system. Come in, taste test and pour!
Purchase an empty growler, and fill it with one of our specialty beers on tap.
Below is a list of the beer available in-store now!
Juicy, hazy IPA.
From Flying Fish:
“Packed with newly developed cryogenic hops that are twice as intense in flavor and aroma over regular hops. The result is a huge citrus, mango and tropical fruit hop party in a complex, unfiltered beer.”
Full-bodied, dark lager.
Think First Cup, without coffee.
Light smokey flavor. Easy-drinking Scotch ale.
From DC Brau:
“Stone of Arbroath has a rich, sweet malty aroma with mellow notes of plum and brown sugar. The mouthfeel has a creamy softness with highlights of toffee and intense caramel that are derived from a lengthy 90 minute boil which encourages caramelizing of dense wort sugars. These complemented by a subtle roast character that finishes with a mild acridity that pleasantly coats ones mouth. Coming in at a warming and subdued 8% ABV it will definitely ruffle many a kilt this spring.”
From the Harvest Series
Light and refreshing, lots of grapefruit.
“Ripe, juicy Louisiana ruby red grapefruits are paired with the sweetness of locally-sourced honey to create a refreshing brew with a citrus aroma and clean malt taste. Brewed with pilsner and wheat malts, the bite of grapefruit is balanced by the sweet honey. All of our Harvest Series brews are made with the finest Louisiana-grown ingredients.”
Lot’s of hop flavor. Easy-drinking for 12%.
“Completely jacked-up Belgian IPA with Bastogne yeast and a triple dry hop of Sterling, Vic’s Secret & Hallertau Blanc. If you love big beer — big alcohol, big hop aroma & big yeasr character, this beer will blow your mind. Oozing with Belgian character and a viscious hop aroma, but checking in at 12% ABV, this is a beer meant to savor.”
American Brown ale
Joe O. says, “It’s delicious.”
Light, easy-drinking stout.
“Tough Kitty Milk Stout features layers of caramel and chocolate malt complexity provided by Cara 120, Cara 300 and Patagonia Black Pearl. The addition of rolled oats in the mash tun and lactose, commonly referred to as milk sugar, in the wort kettle lend a round, silky mouthfeel to the beer. Subtle hopping with Bravo and Cascade creates just enough bitterness to prevent the beer from being overly cloying. Deep black in color, Tough Kitty opens with aromas of bittersweet chocolate, espresso and toffee that transition to flavors of the same. The addition of lactose, a non-fermentable sugar, works with the rolled oats to deliver a creamy, lingering finish.”
Peach sour, light and refreshing.
From Union Brewing:
“We’ve taken our Old Pro Gose and upped the refreshment with an infusion of house-blended ‘teas’ made from botanicals and natural fruit flavors.”