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A traditional hefeweizen brewed with over 50% malted wheat. A balance of malt, clove and banana creates a crushable pint.
This unfiltered italian pilsner combines a crisp german style with some Czech maltiness with an extra dose of late addition and dry-hops for aroma. Saphir hops are the star of this beer, and gives it a lemongrass like flavor.
Our Oktoberfest offering for 2021! This vienna lager is slightly less malty and a little bit more bitter than a marzen. Trost is brewed with all german malt, hops and yeast. This clean and balanced vienna lager will keep you coming back to fill your stein.
This lil guy was brewed with an enzyme that makes all the sugars available for the yeast to eat, leaving a finished product with no residual sugars. This process also creates a beer with less than 100 calories per serving. Brewed with oats and wheat to provide some mouthfeel and 100% strata hops that produce a dank and tropical crusher. The right amount of bitterness helps balance this lil guy.
A clean, easy drinking golden ale brewed exclusively with Calista Hops, a new german aroma variety. Calista provides notes of strawberry and peach
A little hazy, a little bitter… straight forward IPA. Brewed with a touch of wheat and oats to provide a smooth mouthfeel.
Malt: pilsner, golden promise, oats, wheat
Hops: idaho 7, mosaic, simcoe, cashmere
Yeast: house ale
A hazy, soft IPA with a huge tropical aroma and enough residual sugar to mellow out the bitterness.
This beer starts with a classic cream ale recipe featuring a hefty dose of flaked corn. It was conditioned on two types of coffee from our friends at Rare Bird Coffee Roasters located down the street. It has a good coffee aroma and initial taste but does not overpower the cream ale base.
Just in time for hockey, we have brewed up an Indian Pale Lager called Tilly Time! Brewed with a german lager yeast strain and 100% Maris Otter malt that provides a malty backbone to support a big dose of Centennial and Enigma hops. Definitely something Wilson or Hathaway would like to have in the sin bin.