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Q? Is Humboldt Brown Hemp Ale brewed with weed? A.

Q? What is Nectar Ales? A.
Nectar Ales was also the name of our brand from 2005-2012 while we were owned by Firestone Walker. For more on our history please see “Who brews Humboldt Brewing Company’s beers?” below.

No way, brah – you’ll only get high on flavah. And maybe a little buzzed, but that’s just from the alcohol.
Q? Your Humboldt Brown Hemp Ale doesn’t taste like hemp! A.
Some strains of the cannabis plant can regularly reach tree-like heights of 20 feet or more in one growing season. In contrast the fastest growing trees only grow up to 15 feet per year. Many of the same products produced with trees can be produced with hemp, leaving the beautiful, oxygen giving trees for us to enjoy. This means sustainable! Pretty rad if you ask us.
Check out this infographic for more on our history.
Of course it matters! This is the only earth we’ve got – so we need to pick up after ourselves (as any good guest should). From our brewing process to our packaging materials, we strive to use the most innovative and sustainable techniques. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do your part as well. Do this Lovely Lady we inhabit a favor and please recycle.

Q? What are your beers? A.

  • Red Nectar – This American amber has a floral aroma, distinctive accents of toasted malt, caramel, spice and a sweetness to appease those demanding taste buds.
  • Nectar IPA – Created from a base of Pale and Crystal malts and aggressively hopped throughout the brewing process – this is one for hops lovers.
  • Humboldt Brown Hemp Ale – Known as the Original Hemp Ale, this fine Brown Ale is brewed with toasted hemp seeds that add a unique, herb-accented flavor.
  • Black Xantus – Barrel aged for 6 months in a combination of Bourbon, retired Firestone Union and wine barrels our Imperial Stout packs a powerful punch.
  • 500 BC Double IPA – Double the hops and double the beer! This brew honors the redwoods that surround the original home of Humboldt Brewing Company. Some redwoods have been around since 500 BC hence the name of our brew.

Stoned in humboldt Q? Is Humboldt Brown Hemp Ale brewed with weed? A. No way, José! Our famous Hemp Ale is brewed with toasted hemp seeds . Totally different. OK, so what is hemp?