We have a rotating selection of Lagers, IPAs, Belgian, Wheat, Stouts, and fun experimental stuff! There is always something new and exciting to try, so come check us out!
All beers are poured fresh from our serving tanks.
Amber lager first developed by Anton Dreher in Vienna in 1841 which became popular in the mid-late 1800s. Although it has some resemblance to an Oktoberfest lager, this amber lager is much more sessionable than an Oktoberfest. The relaxed toastiness and gentle caramel sweetness that define the beer are all present. It is as drinking liquid toast. The medium level of bitterness is very smooth. And a light floral hop adds just a touch to help balance all the malt.
Alc. 4.7% // 24 IBUs
O.G. 1.048 // F.G. 1.011
Classic brown lager style of Munich which developed as a darker, more malt accented beer than other regional lagers. A malt balanced brew with rich bready-toastiness and notes of chocolate that is still fairly light and easily drinkable. Tastes like fresh bread dipped in molten toffee with a dry finish.
Alc. 5.4% // 20 IBUs
O.G. 1.051 // F.G. 1.010
Other Dark Ales
An amber, hoppy, moderate strength brew with a caramel malty flavor. It's a modern American craft beer style developed as a variation from American Pale Ales. Known simply as Red Ales in some regions, it is darker, more caramelly with more body but less bitter than traditional American Pale Ales.
Alc. 7.1% // 48 IBUs
O.G. 1.072 // F.G. 1.018
American West Coast original, brewed originally as Steam Beer in the Gold Rush era. Fermented with a lager yeast but at warmer temperatures closer to an Ale. Malt brings lots of bread, toast, and caramel. All Northern Brewer hops bring a firm bitterness to balance the malt with rustic earthy notes.
Alc. 4.9% // 37 IBUs
O.G. 1.052 // F.G. 1.015