||Milk sugar in your stout is like cream in your coffee. Dark and delicious, America’s great milk stout will change your perception about what a stout can be. Udderly delightful.
||Deep, robust and richly rewarding, this is beer to linger over. Obsidian has distinct notes of espresso, chocolate, roasted malt and black barley, with just enough hop bite to cut the sweetness.
||We went toward the flavor and aromas in this beer and used hop extract for our bittering addition to keep the beer huge on the flavor, letting the malt keep up with the bitterness to make you want another. And another. Then you get stoopid.
||Piney Chinook, pleasantly citrus Cascade and punchy Centennial make this an easy- drinker with floral hop characteristics. Pretty cool, if you ask us.
||It’s an IPA built on a base of Weyermann Pilsner malt and heavily hopped from start to finish with Mosaic, one of our favorite — and unfortunately nearly impossible to find — hop varieties.
||The Lonely Blonde wears a delicate fragrance of German noble hops, and slips a touch of white wheat between American pale and crystal malts for a smooth, sensuous body, fair complexion, and a pleasantly lacy white head.
|Sweet Child of Vine
||Generous quantities of CTZ and Glacier hops are added throughout the boil. Then, late in fermentation, we infuse the Sweet Child with another dose of Glaciers, imparting a bouquet of hop aroma.
||Soft, slightly sweet base with the unique spice aroma of coriander and crisp, citrus finish of orange peel. A light, effervescent body combined with the smooth palate creates enjoyable complexity for all the seasons.
||Biscuit like malt character with lots of juicy hops. Generously hopped throughout the boil, and dry hopped twice for extra depth of hop aroma. Pineapple,citrus, melon, and just a hint of pine.
||This fresh, German inspired ale is golden in color with a cracker-like malt profile. Couple that with the perfect balance of floral/spicy German hops from St. Cloud’s sister city Spalt, Germany.
||German Style Ale
||Made with experimental Armadillo hops. This session IPA has a wonderful hop aroma yet remains refreshing and light. A late addition of Armadillo hops contribute tangerine and clementine flavors.
||Artfully blended British and Belgium malts contribute a slight roast/dark fruit canvas for broad sweeps of Pacific Northwest hops that give a firm bitterness and a citrus dominated flavor and nose.
|Two Hearted Ale
||Massive additions of Centennial hops from the Pacific Northwest during the boil and fermentation provides grapefruit and pine resin aromas that are balanced by malts and fruit notes from the signature house yeast.
|Old No. 56
||Named after the fire truck the city of Lucan bought in 1956, this crisp light lager is for hot days, cold days, and every day in between.
||We put an amazing amount of hops into this beer, 4lbs per BBL! It has a lot of tropical fruit and citrus going on, and clocks in at 9.1% ABV. It is highly drinkable and balanced, despite the crazy amount of hops.
||Four pounds of hops per barrel give this West Coast inspired pale ale a heady, dank, and citrus laced aroma all supported by a malt backbone complex enough to keep this from being a one-hop trick pony.
|Let it Ride
||Brewed with an unfettered blend of Mosaic, Calypso, and El Dorado hops, Let it Ride IPA freewheels on the nose with notes of blueberry, pear, and tropical fruit. Take a deep breath and hop on.
||London-style brown porter. The forefront of this beer is malt with a delicate, distinct dark chocolate overlapping a subtle toffee character.
||By pushing nearly all the hop additions to the end of the boil and dosing the beer with even more hops in the fermenter, this mild-mannered pale ale is bursting with hop character.
||American Pale Ale
||Big Wave is a lighter bodied golden ale with a tropical hop aroma and flavor — a smooth, easy drinking refreshing ale.
|Lil Sumpin’ Sumpin’
||A truly unique style featuring a strong hop finish on a silky body. A hoppy pale wheat ale that is great for IPA fans but so smooth that the hefeweizen fans dig it too.
||Pale and golden for all the farm girls and wannabes. Dry malt finish and spiciness that only Belgian yeasts can create. Pleasant peach aroma and flavor with a spritzed effervescence. This beer can satisfy everyone!
||Saison / Farmhouse Ale
||Classic Session IPA. Light in body and color. Lots of tropical fruit and citrus aroma and flavor. Finishing pleasantly dry.
||Roasty malt character intermingled with deep vanilla tones, all dancing in an oak bath.
||This Hop Kitchen release dares to cross wickedly wild Brettanomyces yeast with some fruity hop varieties.This IPA’s citrusy, piney hop notes courtesy of Equinox, Galaxy and Warrior riff off the yeast’s pineapple flavors.
||Named for myrcene, a component of essential oils in the hop flower, this DIPA is brewed with a blend of hops containing the highest level of myrcene that prevails with tropical notes with light fruits and floral.
||Double India Pale Ale
||Utilizing a highly aromatic and experimental ORBIT hop blend from New Zealand and the new US variety, Equinox, this beer has a bold citrus and tropical fruit hop character, with a subtle malt background of toast and caramel.
||Double India Pale Ale
||Lightly hopped with aromas of spice, citrus and flowers. Summit Wit Bier will refresh you with a slightly tart, dry finish.
||Named after the Norse goddess Saga, drinking companion of the God Odin. With a divine tropical fruit hop aroma and clean, assertive bitterness.
||With 5.5% alcohol, nutty roasted malts, moderate hop character, and a caramel fringe, Free Speech Red Ale is a powerful blend of flavors. Just like the good old U.S. of A.
||American Amber / Red Ale
||Don’t be fooled by this beer’s pink lemonade looks – this love triangle between raspberries, honey, and Belgian ale may seem sweet on the surface, but at 7.2% it’s seemingly innocent smile is actually a subtle sin grin.
||Lakes & Legends
||We combined strawberries with our signature Honeycrisp apples and lemonade to form a strawberry, apple-y, lemony, deliciously awesome… thingy. Enjoy
||Schell’s Hefeweizen is made with 60% wheat malts and 40% barley malt. We use an authentic wheat beer yeast culture, which gives the beer a fruity ale character dominated by a citrus- like tartness
||Traditional pilsner malt, bitter orange peel and coriander for spicing, with a touch of chamomile set SEB White apart from most others. With so much flavor in this easy- drinking beer there is no need for a slice of orange peel on your glass!
||Through the long, slow, secondary fermentation process, the authentic Brettanomyces yeast in Cypress completely fermented the residual sugars, transforming it into a dry, tart and complex flavor.
||Golden, crisp, dry and refreshing with herbal hops. A simple clean beer for summer.
|Key Lime Pie
||An American sour blonde ale brewed with lime peel, Key Lime Pie is true to its namesake, recalling the sweet, tart and refreshing dessert in beer form.
||Sour Blonde Ale
||Our ESB is incredibly well balanced with a slight toasted malt flavor, traditional British hop accents with just a hint of pine and citrus from the unexpected Amarillo/ Ahtanum dry-hop.
||Released from Foeder Number Two in our spontaneous ale program, Tartar Rouge is a sour red ale fermented using only airborne wild yeast and bacteria native to Alexander Valley in Sonoma County.
||Americal Strong Ale
||Using rich Mexican chocolate nibs, cinnamon, toasted pecans, and green chilies, this brew will feature decadent chocolate notes with a subtle spice character to pique the taste buds.
||American Strong Ale
|Kirsche Berliner Weiss
||Tart cherry berliner weiss. The taste is refreshing, tart, sour and acidic, with a lemony- citric fruit sharpness and almost no hop bitterness.