A hop-forward American Wheat Ale. Centennial in the kettle and assertive dry-hopping with Mosaic, Citra, and others. Aromatic and flavorful, sort of an American Wheat IPA.
Do you like beer? Us too! This tastes just like beer.
This is a strange one. We basically made a Belgian Berliner Weisse, kettle souring this simple pils/wheat grain bill and then fermenting it with La Chouffe’s yeast. Tart, estery, and wheaty.
Made from all natural rome apples and never concentrates or added sugars. Crisp and clean with a bright dry finish. Super refreshing and delicious.
Bananas and cloves dominate the aroma of this delightful Heffe-Weiss. Light bodied yet full of vibrant spice, tropical fruit, and citrus zest.
New Zealand Double IPA. A touch of alcohol heat on the nose opens up to the reliably lush and tropical smell of the Southern Hemisphere harvest. Light malt character props up them hops.
How come all y’all care about is the top of the dang muffin? This Munich-Style Dunkel Lager was slated for a blast of blueberry, but before we did that we liked it so much we just left it plain!
The Brew Lab Boys have a great ESB recipe called Might Could, and we got all proper mad on it by steeping some English Breakfast and a touch of lactose sugar to make this TEA-SB.
This Single-Hop American Rye Pale Ale was built by Luke and Spike. Choked to death by tons of delightfully melon-y Citra and grounded by sweet, murky rye. Hoppy but balanced. Dig?
Copper color with big piney resiny hop flavor throughout. Toffee sweetness and roasted flavors keep the big citrus notes under control.
A little brewers’ magic transforms Michigan-roasted Arabica beans and a variety of specialty malts into a creamy, intense Coffee Stout. Enjoy before it disappears.
Versatile and approachable. Highly carbonated with an invigorating minerality to help cleanse the palate between bites of food. Earthy, floral, and soft citrus hop character.
Brewed to hold untold wealths of fruit flavors, but derived from hops alone. Mosaic, Loral, and Mandarina Bavaria are the responsible parties for delivering this punchy, hoppy treat.
Reminiscent of a classic cocktail, showcasing botanical flavors and aromas of lemon peel, juniper, lemongrass, and grains of paradise. Juicy lemon-lime tartness and slightly peppery finish.
A blend of fresh Hallertau and Tettnang hops and the unique St. Andreas mineral water give this crushable German Lager a pleasant bitterness and minerality. Balanced and classic. Tasty.
New Zealand Pilsner with Waimea, Kohatu, Pacifica, and Pacific Jade hops. Wheat for enhanced body. Cheers to ten years! Enjoy yourself, ‘cause life is the best game in town and beer goes to the winner...
A tasty departure from the usual cucumber and lime version, this fruited Gose is ripe with bright citrus but also the mellow muskiness of mango. Incredibly delicious. Will not last long.
Smooth as silk with roasted chocolate notes. Hints of fresh toasted nuts with soft herbal hops. Nitrogenated for an extra creamy mouthfeel. A spectacular stout.
This Hazy IPA is built with a wise trio of malts (oats, wheat, and barley) and a powerful trio of hops (Mosaic, Amarillo, and Cascade). Summon the courage to drink one, as it’s dangerous to go alone...
This annual cold-weather release is an Imperial Brown aged on Bulleit Bourbon oak. Two years aging in our cellar hasn’t yet drowned out the roasty coffee, but HAS added interesting tartness.
This West Coast IPA is chock full of two of our favorite hops, Citra and Mosaic. Piney, tropical, and everything else you expect from the style. Be cool, it’s the cops.
A milk porter aged with toasted coconut, cocoa nibs, and 1000 Faces coffee. Silky-smooth mouthfeel. Tons of lovely roasty, sweet flavors fighting for dominance.
A Pale Golden Ale with an aroma of sweet malt and light, fruity hops. Citrus is prominent with tangerine notes and a subtle lemon kick on the end. Great thirst quencher. Amarillo and Cascade.
A double chocolate milk stout named for Scotland’s Black Watch, the historic military regiment that protected the Highlands. Brewed with one pound of cocoa nibs per barrel.
Dutch for “fig tree,” this Belgian-Style Quad is brewed with more of that delicious Richland Rum cane syrup and the swell addition of figs. Pronounced “VEE-jhen-boom,” because your vision goes boom.
Loaded with over 90 IBUs of fresh hops and supported by a solid and rich malt backbone. Bold, massive flavor. Finishes with lingering hops and caramel malts.
This robust Coffee Stout gets an interesting addition of peanut butter and caramel to evoke the flavors of a candy bar. Sweet, flavorful, and smooth as hell off the nitro tap.
Bomb! is an imperial stout aged on espresso beans, chocolate, vanilla beans, and ancho chile peppers. The peppers add just the right amount of heat to compliment the intense coffee and chocolate flavors.
Elegant refinement defines the Japanese ideal of Miyabi. This Cider blends aromatic shiso herb with bright, citrusy yuzu fruit to create a refreshing and delicate treat that honors that tradition.
Whoa momma. This bold, very tart Dark Sour Ale is aged in Cognac barrels with cherries. Smells of oak and liqueur. Aggressively sour with a robust, somewhat sweet malty Cognac finish. Very strong.
A play on both the micro flora that sits atop their barrels and the yeast lees, Flor d’Lees is a classic Golden Sour reminiscent of the great spontaneous Belgian beers from the Senne Valley.
Aged through four seasons in a variety of barrels from selected bourbons, this Ten Fidy boasts a medley of espresso, rich chocolate, vanilla, and oak flavors in a complex and artful package.