- An American Style Pale Ale with a Nice Hop Balance and Maltiness
- A Northwest Amber Ale, Malty and Low Hop Bitterness, Immensely Drinkable
- A Traditional Belgian Wheat Beer Flavored with Coriander and Fresh Orange Peel
- A Traditional Malty Stout Beer, Infused with Our House Espresso
Honey Brown Ale
- An American Brown Ale Brewed with Local Honey, Malty and Smooth, Low Hop Profile
- A light Beer with Flavor, Brewed for the Masses, Refreshing and Delicious
- An American Wheat Ale Infused with Raspberry or Mango
- A Bamberg Style German Bock Lager, Traditional German Malts and Hops, Flavor this Dark Smooth Lager
- A Hoppy West Coast IPA Brewed with Two Row Malt and Light Crystal Malt. CTZ Centennial Hops add to the Spicy Hop Flavor
Definitions for ABV/IBU
ABV: Alcohol by Volume. Is a standard measurement in which the brewer measure’s how much alcohol is contained in a given volume of beer. To put it in perspective, a Budweiser has an ABV of 5%. The average ABV of a craft beer is 5.9% but can go up to 15% in a high alcohol beer, such as a barleywine beer or a triple IPA (which is typically 10%).
IBU: International Bitterness Unit. Is a measurement or gauge of a beer’s bitterness. The scale ranges between 8-120 IBU’s. Although brewer’s have brewed beers with IBU’s up to 2,500, our palettes can only taste up to 120 IBU’s. To put it in perspective, a Budweiser has 7 IBU’s. An IPA is a more bitter beer and will range anywhere from 60-120 IBU’s.