On May 21, 1927, against overwhelming odds, alone in a monoplane that was designed and built in little more than two months, Charles Lindbergh crossed the Atlantic Ocean from New York to Paris. This flight established an unparalleled achievement in aviation history.
On that evening at Le Bourget airfield, as tens of thousands of French citizens rushed the fragile aircraft to congratulate the young American pilot, the world was changed forever.
The historic one-of-a-kind Spirit now hangs in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
The deep amber of this fine ale signals solitary adventure and great accomplishment. Balancing the fruity complexities and hop influences with the enduring malt body, this ale is in it for the long haul. The Caramel and Carastan malts provide a smoothness not often found in the weather over the Atlantic.