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Karma – Kölsch (OT)
ABV 5.1% / IBU 25
Kölsch is a bright, straw-yellow beer originating in Cologne, Germany. This style has mild hop character, being less bitter than a standard German pale lager. Brewed in the style of an ale, but cold-conditioned in the style of a lager, this clean, refreshing beer is a good starter for those newer to craft beer.
FUN – Belgian-style Blond (OT)
ABV 6.9% / IBU 27
Similar to a Belgian Tripel but lower alcohol and bitterness to make it easier to drink, this beer is a bright golden color with low hop character and lots of delicious flavor and aroma from Belgian Trappist yeast varieties.
Inspiration – American IPA (OT)
ABV 6.4% / IBU 60
Our IPA is crafted from a combination of American and New Zealand hops, both in the kettle and in the fermenter, to provide an intense hop flavor and aroma to accompany a pleasant bitterness and strong malt backbone.
El Dorado – Golden Ale
ABV 6.2% / IBU 44
This beer is considered a “playground” because our brewmaster uses it as a base for testing out new hop and malt varieties. Check out the chalkboard to see what varieties we are using today!
Bumbler – Brown Porter
ABV 5.7% / IBU 29
A little more bitter and toastier than a brown ale, this recipe walks the line between American Brown Ale and a Brown Porter.
Oatmeal – Oatmeal Stout (OT)
ABV 4.9% / IBU 32
Slightly sweeter than a dry stout, but less-so than milk stout, our creamy, toasty oatmeal stout is almost like eating an oatmeal cookie – without all the chewing.
Petite Saison D’Ete – Belgian-style Saison
ABV 5.5% / IBU 24
Extremely light in color and very dry yet refreshing, this Belgian style keeps you coming back for more.
Petite Saison D’Ete (2016) – French-style Saison
ABV 5.0% / IBU 25
Dry and refreshing saison brewed for the hot summer days. We updated this recipe for 2016, using a French Saison yeast, European Pilsner malt, and a touch of wheat and Munich malts.
Browncoat – American Brown Ale
ABV 5.1% / IBU 24
English-inspired brown ale with notes of chocolate, caramel, and dark fruits.
Ctrl+Alt+Delete – Northern German-style Altbier (OT)
ABV 5.1% / IBU 27
The Altbier is the darker sibling of our Kolsch. Caramel up front with hints of coffee as it finishes dry. Our brewer is showing how big a geek he really is with the name on this one.
Bruin – Belgian-style Strong Dark
ABV 10.8% / IBU 28
A nice sipper on crisp fall evenings, the Bruin is a cross between an English Barleywine and a traditional Belgian dark strong ale. Its aroma of cherries and toffee gives way to sweet chocolate and
Petite Saison Framboise – Belgian-style Saison
ABV 5.1% / IBU 21
Aged on fresh raspberries, the Petite Saison Framboise has a subtle raspberry aroma and a puckeringly dry finish with notes of grapefruit, lemon zest and orange peel.
Madelia – American Pale Ale
ABV 6.0% / IBU 36
Hopped with 100 pounds of wet Cascade from a family hop farm near Madelia, this harvest ale displays mild citrus with the terroir of south-eastern Minnesota.
Saison d’Vie – Belgian-style Saison
ABV 7.5% / IBU 26
Bittered with classic German hops, Saison d’Vie starts off bold – orange, pepper, lemongrass – but finishes slightly spicy and dry.
Ugly Pumpkin – Pumpkin Ale
ABV 6.5% / IBU 20
We covered 100 pounds of fresh pumpkin with brown sugar and cooked them until the sugar caramelized and infused the pumpkin. We threw the whole lot into the boil, where we added touches of cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg. After fermentation, we tossed in a bit of vanilla to round the flavors. The result is creamy deliciousness.
Introspection – American IPA
ABV 6.7% / IBU 63
This version of an American IPA exhibits more maltiness and tropical citrus flavors than our flagship Inspiration.
Illumination – Belgian-style IPA
ABV 6.5% / IBU 81
A generously late-hopped American IPA brewed with traditional Belgian yeast, this beer displays the typical fruity esters and spicy phenolics often found in Belgian Abbey ales.
Coaster Wagon – Irish Red Ale
ABV 5.6% / IBU 25
Americanized version of an Irish Red Ale with malty, roasty, chocolatey notes and a creamy mouth feel. Served on Nitro.
Trinity – Belgian-style Tripel
ABV 9.1% / IBU 48
Strong Belgian-style ale showcasing fruity esters and spicy phenolics of our Belgian yeast strains. Our version uses Sorachi Ace hops and finishes slightly sweet.
Hallucination – American Double IPA (OT)
ABV 9.3% / IBU 89
Inspiration cranked up to 11. Same hops, same malts, just way more of them.
Devotion – Belgian-style Dubbel (OT)
ABV 7.1% / IBU 22
This Belgian-style brown ale represents flavor of malty caramel, mild chocolate and dark fruits from a carefully chosen blend of malts, candi syrup, and Belgian yeast strain.
Quick Witted – Belgian-style Witbier (OT)
ABV 5.2% / IBU 26
A traditional Belgian-style witbier with a substantial amount of unmalted wheat, coriander, sweet & bitter orange peel.
Dunkelstiltskin – Munich-style Dunkel Lager
ABV 5.0% / IBU 23
Traditional dark Bavarian style lager with rich malt, bread crusts, mild nuttiness and toast flavors. We had to guess at a name for this one and were inspired by a German fairy-tale.
Biergarten – Helles Lager
ABV 4.8% / IBU 20
Made with 100% European Pils malt and German Northern Brewer Hops. A sweet aroma compliments a grainy-sweet malt flavor and a soft, dry finish. Best enjoyed outdoors!
Origin – Pale Ale (OT)
ABV 4.9% / IBU 37
This beer uses North Dakota malts and Cascade hops from MN. This light pale ale is refreshing with grapefruit, citrus and floral notes. Drink local!
Oktoberfest – Munich-style Marzen Lager
ABV 5.3% / IBU 26
Copper colored with a full-bodied maltiness, finishing a little spicy and dry. A classic beer for Fall!
Manoomin – Nut Brown Ale
ABV 5.7% / 27 IBU
One of our Fall seasonals for 2016, this Nut Brown is made with over 15% Minnesota wild rice in the grist. The wild rice brings out fruity and nutty flavors that compliment a traditional Nut Brown recipe.
Falconer – Pale Ale
ABV 4.9% / 39 IBU
Brewed as a SMASH (Single Malt and Single Hop), our brewers used pale malt from North Dakota and Falconer’s Flight, which is a blend by hop specialists in Yakima Valley that produces tropical, floral, lemon and grapefruit characteristics. Light body with a stiff bitterness.
Dunkelweizen – Dunkelweizen
ABV 5.4% / 16 IBU
Munich Dunkel meets Hefe Weizen. The Dunkelweizen is malty goodness combined with classic Weizen esters of banana and clove.
Ale to the Queen – American Red Ale
ABV 6.5% / 26 IBU
John Eischen’s winning Chili Challenge Homebrew Competition recipe!
80/- – Scottish-style Ale
ABV 5.0% / 19 IBU
Sure, our take on the classic style may cost a bit more than 80/- per hogshead, but who buys beer by the hogshead anymore? Malt forward with notes of caramel and rich dark fruit from English ale yeast.
Weizenbock – Weizenbock
ABV 8.1% / 22 IBU
The big boy of the weizens. Dark. Wheaty. Fruity. Strong. The Weizenbock has notes of toffee, molasses and raisins.
Bock Bock Bock – Bock
ABV 7% / 24 IBU
Ha. Made ya talk chicken. Seven malts dominated by Dark German Munich fermented with a traditional bock lager yeast. Darker, complex malt flavors but very drinkable.
Hazy Shade of Summer – Pale Ale
ABV 5.4% / 39 IBU
This beer walks the line between a pale ale and a session IPA. Strong notes of lemon zest separate this beers hop character from the rest with a slight haze in its color.
Detente – Belgian-style Dark Strong Ale (6oz. bottle pours & bottles available)
ABV 11.7% / 35 IBU
In today’s hostile world, we could all use some detente. Belgian-style dark strong ale with a hint of dark fruit flavor.
Dia Festivo – Vienna Lager
ABV 5.4% / 25 IBU
Copper colored, malty, and toasted bread notes with a dry, crisp finish. Let’s celebrate the day!
Bière de Avant Gardener – Biere de Garde (OT)
ABV 7.0% / 28 IBU
Grand Round collaboration — We figured life’s getting hard in here so we’d do some Biere de Avant Gardening (together brewing a light ale that starts out a bit sweet and citrusy but finishes dry and slightly tart). Anything to take our minds away from where they’re supposed to be.
Phyllis – Belgian Golden Strong
ABV 9.0% / 52 IBU
Like the Femme Fatale it’s named after, Phyllis is a beautiful but dangerous blonde. Following the philosophy that Belgians are best at their most simple, the malt bill is only Pilsner malt and sugar. Four additions of German Hallertau Blanc a wine-like fruitiness and plenty of Fatale bitterness.
Party Pils – Bohemian Pilsner
ABV 4.8% / 40 IBU
A traditional Bohemian Pilsner made with German malts & Sauz hops.