Munich Helles lager was created to compete with the popularity of Pilsner beer. Helles has a softer bitterness and less hop flavor. A soft malty flavor begs for another sip.
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.
American pale ale filled with Cascade hops and a touch of flaked rye.
Hazy, juicy, NEIPA, what ever you want to call it. Mosaic, Melon, and Citra hops meld in to a tropical fruity beer with a low bitterness. No hops were boiled to brew this beer, to preserve as much essence of the hops as possible.
Our dark beer is a stout brewed with a non traditional grist bill. Strong coffee and roast with a generous amount of Columbus hops make this a great winter warmer.
Medium bodied red malty ale, flavors of biscuit, caramel and toffee. Named in honor of our favorite customer.
Kettle soured wheat ale gives this beer a tart lactic acid bite with a touch of strawberries to finish.
Barley wine, a beer brewed to wine strength. This deeply malty beer is meant to warm up a cold winter night.
Historically, Trappist monk brewed strong beers, dubbels and tripels, to sell to travelers. The monks would keep a "single" strength beer with a lower abv, for their daily drinking.
Classic Belgian Wheat ale spiced with coriander and sweet orange peel.