From hazy IPAs to crisp Lagers. We’ve got something for everyone
The latest release from our Biere Vulgaire series. With notes of tropical fruit, peaches, & kiwi berry, this sour is bright, refreshing, & clean on the palate.
Juicy, with a soft mouthfeel. Tropical notes of papaya, pineapple, & creamy peach with a citrus finish from a mix of Ekuanot, Mosaic, & an experimental hop. A portion of each on-site sale will be donated to Mill City Park.
A balanced profile from German heritage malts & Liberty hops make this refreshing & easy to drink. Finishes dry with just the right amount of bready malt flavor.
A bright, crisp, clean, crushable lager with notes of lemon zest and a bready, slightly floral finish. Featuring floor malted pilsner malt from Blue Ox Malthouse.
Named for a huge black dog of lore with one fiery red eye, whose howl makes your blood run cold. Unlike this harbinger of doom, this is just a really tasty German lager with notes of roasty coffee, nut, & a light toffee finish.
This hazy Double IPA featuring Galaxy and Loral hops has bright notes of pineapple, lemon, and grapefruit. It’s a big boy at 8.2% ABV that’ll have you assuming the recliner position. Limit 2 per customer
Crisp, citrusy IPA with grapefruit notes, a smooth mouthfeel, & dry finish. Mosaic & Amarillo hops & Kviek yeast make this one a house favorite.
Confuse your brain and delight your taste buds! Toasted caramel & toffee aromas with classic stout flavors of mocha, dark chocolate, & dark fruit, but with the color and brilliant clarity of a golden ale. *Contains caffeine*
This beer’s bitterness is balanced by a slight sweetness, fruity esters, toffee, & toast that will delight your palate. We are actually more bitter than this beer. *All characters appearing in this beer are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead is purely coincidental.
Slightly spicy with notes of clove & pear, soft mouthfeel imparted by the French saison yeast. Traditionally brewed for farm workers, its complexity belies its humble roots. Featuring malt from Blue Ox Malthouse in Maine.