Kölsch Ale originated in Cologne, Germany. While the name "Kölsch" (or "Koelsch") came to light in 1918, the beer itself is rumored to stretch back over six centuries!
We add green chilis to one of our beers. This beer is always changing. Tell us what beer you would like to see chilis added to.
This kettle sour beer has an extra step in the brewing process to add a light and refreshing lactic sourness to this beer. With the addition of raspberries makes this a refreshing session beer.
New England, hazy, juicy IPA. Low bitterness with a big hop nose. The latest in IPA trends.
This Red IPA is full of Simcoe hops with a touch of Columbus hops. A pirate themed beer for our Sous Chef Travis!
IPA packed full of Centennial hops.
Medium bodied red malty ale, flavors of biscuit, caramel and toffee. Named in honor of our favorite customer.
American style brown ale. Chocolate and crystal malts give this beer its robust flavors with out being over powering. Just enough American hops to give this a balanced bitterness.
A little taste of Ireland here in Colorado. Dry Irish Stout has roasted barley and coffee notes, but has a lighter body than most other stouts.
Our salute to Oktoberfest beer. Malty and refreshing
Classic Belgian Wheat ale spiced with coriander and sweet orange peel.
Our Blarney Stone served traditionally.