This is what you are here for; the beer! Whether you are visiting for the first time or trying to remember the name of that beer you had the last time that you loved; it should be listed here. We are a little brewer so this list is a moving target at times. Please forgive us if one or two get changed in the taproom before we can up date this list. Either way, you will get a tasty brew.
Malty and roasty, this sessionable stout is dark and tasty. Brewed with Marris Otter malt as the base with rolled oats added after one of these your inner squirrel will be out at midnight teasing all the neighborhood dogs. Great for campfires and pairs well with s'mores or a hearty steak dinner. Consider the possibility of a Midnight Squirrel float with your favorite vanilla ice cream.
This balanced beer for the masses is brewed with Pilsen malt and mildly hopped to give it an easy drinking characteristic. Great for a warm summer day or relaxing after a day on the slopes. Pairs well with green chili cheeseburgers, spicy hot wings, as well as any other pub grub.
Complex from the start. This Belgian pale ale features a Belgian yeast that produces fruity esters backed by a malty backbone and mild hop finish. This unique brew will satisfy when all other beers have left the palate wanting more. Great anytime or anywhere. A local favorite.
Connectivity: The state or extent of being connected or interconnected. This modestly hopped India Pale Ale is designed to bring together lovers of all beer styles. Great for jam sessions and winding down after a day on the trails. Pairs well with pizza and fish caught in your local streams.
An American Pale ale. This beer is brewed with a single malt and a single variety of hops. The malt used is Maris Otter, a base grain that provides a little more character than the typical 2row pale malt. This beer was designed to showcase Mosaic hops. This hop has become very popular in the last few years as a versatile hop with a fruity floral character. Although this is a very hop forward beer it is not an IPA because it does not have the bitterness of an IPA. Single Malt and Single Hop
Malt forward beer featuring Munich Malt and crystal malts to give the beer a deep amber color and a strong malty flavor.
Our newest blonde! Out of this world using Galaxy hops.
A classic Bavarian style wheat ale. This is a yeast forward beer fermented with classic hefeweizen yeast. During fermentation this particular strain of yeast will produce banana and clove flavors. This beer leans more toward the banana flavor with hints of clove. White wheat malt and flaked wheat make up over half the grain used in this recipe. The hefeweizen yeast is a low flocculant yeast meaning that is stays in suspension in the beer making it cloudy as is typical of the style.
A Mexican beer made by Texans that live in New Mexico. This is our newest beer and we are quite proud. An easy drinking lager that hits the spot with a squeeze of lime.
An American wheat ale. A refreshing wheat beer with much less of the yeast character than the hefeweizen. This is brewed with the exact same grains as the hefeweizen but with different hops and different yeast. A malt forward beer with more body than the blonde but in the same hop range at 18 IBU’s. This is an excellent for a customer who doesn’t like hops but is looking for something with a little more body than the Blonde. A great choice when sitting on a patio on a hot summer day.
Our Oktoberfest is coming back ... soon
* Again, beers flow through here like the passage of time. So the list is up to date as possible.
Sparky is a dog. We love that dog. We also love this beer (Sparky drinks water). This is a smooth Amercian Pale Ale that could also be a lap dog.
Ohhhhh so good. Devious even.
When we have it... you will want it.
Our what with delicious apricot to breing it all together
That's it for now. You want more? Geez. Greedy much? Keep your eye on this page... you never know. Seriously. These things just come to us.