Our house made hard seltzer with a touch of wild berries
Classic Bavarian wheat beer. Banana and cloves are the signature flavors of a yeast sourced from the oldest brewery in the world.
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.
We added peaches to an easy drinking wheat beer. A nice expression of peach flavor and aroma with out being to sweet.
IPA packed full of Centennial hops.
This new style beer has a soft bitterness and aroma from Waimea hops. Grown in New Zealand.
Too many hops, not enough taps. West Coast style IPA, is always in fashion and with so many varieties of hops available, the only answer is a rotating hop IPA. This batch hopped with Citra and Strata hops.
Medium bodied red malty ale, flavors of biscuit, caramel and toffee. Named in honor of our long time customer.
American style stout with big cocoa notes and a roasted finish. Columbus hops leave a piney and earthy aroma.
Our salute to Oktoberfest beer. Malty and refreshing
A blend of barley malts to make a "beer of wine strength", as said in the old days.