Smoky with a hint of heat! Pairs well with tacos & burritos!
Extra Special Bitter
This copper colored English Pale Ale (ESB) has some earthy & herbal hop notes balanced by a prominent malt body.
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.
American Double IPA
Inspiration cranked up to 11. Same hops, same malts, just way more of them. This slightly hazy DIPA exhibits notes of orange, grapefruit, and subtle peach and white wine.
Hazy Pale Ale
Local Civil Sass Cascade hops in the whirlpool and dry hopping - it has that soft mouthfeel and a juicy finish.
How now brown cow. How now brown cow. “How Now” Brown Porter. This 5.5% tall, dark, and handsome beer is confident you’ll love the notes of chocolate and roast its jazz flute has to offer.
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.
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.
Kolsch 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.
Pom Blood Orange Früchte
Fruited Berliner Weisse
Citrus and floral scents come on strong on the nose then the pomegranate taste with a clean, light finish. Great for those looking for something outside the box! Rotating fruit flavor so check the taproom for the latest selection.
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.
Under the Maypole
Maibock, also known as Helles Bock, is the bigger stronger brother to a Munich Helles lager. Our version of the style runs toward the light amber side, and while it clocks in at 8.0% ABV, it's easy to drink...too easy...