In rotation on our 10 tap lines.
Our flagship beer, we been brewing since the start of the pandemic and the opening of our brewery. Pours an amber color, this beer features notes of fresh baked bread and orange pith, with a sturdy malt backbone and resiny citrus Pacific Northwest hops.
Turing English ESB is meant to be a balanced, crushable beer. This traditional Extra Special Bitter’s low ABV allows one to have a few pints and still make it home. Not as hop forward as the pale ale, it’s meant to showcase the intricate malt character. The piney hops provide balance to the caramel/biscuit malt profile.
Our super juicy NEIPA features El Dorado, Amarillo, and Jarrylo hops. This beer features notes of orange creamsicle, and of course, lots of juicy hops.
This is a classic American IPA. Tall and tan (and young and lovely), The Girl is a throwback to what IPA culture used to be: a celebration of big and bold, hoppy bitter beer. The Girl has a strong caramel malt backbone, balanced with a pine resin bitterness. Featuring Centennial, Mosaic, and Amarillo hops, notes of limeade can be detected.Add a description about this item
An homage to a home-brew legend Mike “Tasty” McDole, this recipe has been brewed by most home brewers in the country at one point, with many taking liberties with his base recipe. We made a hop substitution, and added more black malt for color. This American Brown Ale stays bold with rich chocolate flavors, balanced bitterness, and a hint of orange rind from the dry hop.
This is Jeremy’s Award-Winning, Crowd-Pleasing, Over-the-top peanut butter stout. The base is an oatmeal stout, giving it an extra creamy mouthfeel. Cocoa nibs are steeped in the fermentation tank, and “liquid peanut butter” is added to the brite tank before carbonating. A house favorite, especially when paired with a dark cocoa dusted rim.
This is a traditional American stout with coffee added, and then nitrogenated. Like most American beers, this stout is bigger and bolder than the English, or Irish stout. The coffee is from our neighbors at Gipfel Coffee, and the variety is their “Indo Noir” blend of French Roasted Sumatran and Guatemala Viennese. There is nothing better than a creamy glass of nitrogenated cold brew coffee… other than a nitrogenated cold brew coffee beer.
Our super crushable German Pilsner is brewed with Pilsner Malt and a touch of Vienna malt, Hallertau hops, and traditional German Yeast. After fermentation, we let the beer “lager” for at least 2 weeks, meaning we lower the temperature of the fermenter and let it age. Happy Pilsner has a bit more body than your American Pilsner, with notes of fresh cut grass and Ritz crackers.
This Kolsch style ale is perfect for your outdoor chore list. Featuring Pilsner malt and Noble hops, this beer has a crisp water cracker malt profile with a subtle grassy hop character. Pairs delightfully with German Sausage and spaetzel. Whether it's lawn mowing, leaf blowing, or snow blowing, we have the crisp cold one you’re looking for.
Bah Bah Bah… Our American wheat ale is brewed for the last waning days of summer. Hazy golden in color, notes of bubblegum and orange pulp leap from the glass. A hint of bitterness lingers to keep the sweet in check. 50% of the grain bill is Red winter wheat, which adds to a richer Malt character in this beer. Cheers to baseball!
Calling it a cream ale might be confusing to us, as it certainly doesn’t have any cream in it. Rather, the term “Cream ale” was coined in Pennsylvania in the 1800’s, to appeal to the dairy farmers that would be drinking the beer. This was meant to be the lightest and easiest drinking beer on the market. It has very little hop bitterness and a light malt canvas. Ours has a small percentage of Jasmine (Jazz- min) rice, which fits in with the style of most American ales and lagers. Traditional
Limited to only certain times of the year.
This particular SMASH uses Pale ale malt and Cascade hops. But we know that’s not the feature of this beer. All of that is the blank canvas to which the watermelon takes over. Summer is fleeting, and so is this beer. Enjoy it while it lasts. (on tap every July 4th weekend).
Welcome to Autumn with our Pumpkin Ale. Over 3 lbs of pumpkin puree have been added to this Amber ale during the mash. After fermentation, we give it a healthy dose of pumpkin pie spices. A great companion for your harvest festivities, or even for Thanksgiving dessert. Served with or without a cinnamon spiced rim. (on tap starting in late September/ early October)
Prost! Created from Munich malts and Hallertau hops, our traditional Festbier has undergone a month of lagering. Sporting a brilliant golden color, with the aroma of a hayfield in October, each sip is like a bite of fresh baked bread with notes of earthy honey lingering through the finish. Let us celebrate the harvest with a bounty of Fest Bier! (on tap starting in early October)
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