Our Kolsch-style ale is light and crisp with subtle fruit notes and an easy floral hop flavor.
Cream Ale; Nothing creamy about this, this style is an ale version of an adjunct lager. An easy drinking light and refreshing beer to wash the yard work right off your back.
Helles Lager; A malt forward German style light lager. Prost.
Refreshing Fruity Summer Shandy.
Warrenville's own Hefeweizen. A German wheat ale with hints of bananas and clove.
Pale Ale, Citrus, tropical fruit, and piney hop character from Citra, Centennial, and Simcoe hops on top of a smooth malt backbone.
A crisp, clean all Mosaic hopped IPA.
English Summer Ale; Golden color with toasted biscuit and honey flavors. Fruity aromas and a clean finish.
Amber in color with a rich malt profile, caramel like sweetness and a balanced hop finish.
Belgian-style Tripel; When Erik first started homebrewing, he and his brewing partner Mitch made some bad decisions after drinking their homebrewed Tripel. This one is in honor of those poor choices.
Collaboration with Werk Force Brewing (Plainfield, IL); Corn wine; Think American Barleywine, but with lots of flaked corn. Big and malty, but with a grainy corn sweetness. Careful with this one.
Brüt IPA; Recently popular on the West Coast, this IPA is bone dry, light, crisp, and effervescent.. It's packed with Amarillo, Hallertau Blanc, and Mosaic, but is low in bitterness. On tap 5/24.
NEIPA; Brewing hazy IPAs is a slippery slope indeed. If you liked Geronimo, then this one's for you. A few tweaks, but this one is still loaded with Citra, Mosaic, and Meridian hops!
Tart Pale Ale; Kettle soured to create a tartness and dry hopped with Loral and Mosaic to add tropical and passion fruit notes. This one tastes like your morning glass of juice.