Whether you've been unsuccessfully hunting pesky gophers or just played a cool 18 with the local pro, this tea infused shandy will quench your thirst and allow you to, "Be the ball Danny."
Thirst quenching American style lager brewed with flaked corn, locally grown Pilsner malt from Root Shoot Malting in Loveland, and American hops.
Our house fermented Hard Seltzer is flavored with Blueberry and Lavender for a refreshing, fizzy, and fruity low cal/ low gluten option.
Light bodied copper ale with a slightly sweet and toasty body. Spiced with a blend of Pumpkin Pie spices and Madagascar Vanilla from Old Town Spice Shop in Fort Collins.
Hazy IPA double dry hopped with Motueka, Mosaic, Blanc, and Cryo Ekuanot hops offering Guava and Grapefruit hop notes in this full bodied and unfiltered IPA.
White Line Fever can only take you so far, once you get to the lot you need something crushable like this Mountain style Pale Ale with Strata and Lotus hops to get you ready to dance your butt off. Tropical hop notes dominate this aromatic and delicious brew.
Chinook, Cascade, and Centennial hops give our house IPA a well rounded hop character.
Chocolate malt character balanced by biscuit tones make this a smooth and easy to drink English Brown Ale.
Malt forward, medium bodied Irish Red featuring English Crystal malts and Golding hops. Toasted character is balanced by a bready finish.
"Baxter, you are my little gentleman." Smooth and easy drinking Robust English Porter featuring Maris Otter malt.
"Cause you don't wanna be left out, you wanna be cool!" Our first foray into pastry sours is this delicious Key Lime Pie Berliner brewed with graham crackers, lemon peel, and lactose then blended with Key Lime puree and Madagascar Vanilla. Put it in your face!
Orange peel and Coriander lend citrus and spice to combine with fruity and sweet Belgian esters for a flavorful and easy drinking unfiltered wheat ale.
This year for our annual winter offering we made a Belgian Golden Strong Ale with sweet belgian candy notes and warming boozy feel.