On Draft - ALL are currently available TO GO in 16oz. Cans

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Porter

Dried Fruit. Malt.

Our porter is malty with a complex depth of dried fruit with notes of unsweetened chocolate. Rich and complex. 

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Tmave' Pivo

Dried Fruit. Crisp.

This beer is a traditional Czech style dark lager. It is a well-balanced beer with a hint of sweetness and rich malt, balanced by Noble hops. Finishing crisp, this beer is our cooler weather lager offering.

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 Sultry and Smooth (IPA)

Orange. Jasmine.

This beer is our 3rd iteration of Sultry and Smooth. Fermented with a blend of Kveik, a Norwegian yeast, at high temperatures. Extensive whirlpool and dry-hop additions give this beer a complex floral boquet of orange, jasmine, bubblegum, and walnut. Finishes with a rounded bitterness. 

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Obscurus - Dark Sour

Stonefruit. Malt

A mixed-fermentation dark sour that was aged in wine and bourbon barrels. Incredibly complex with intense st­onefruit on the nose. The dark malts and fermentation profile create the flavor of fresh tart cherry. It finishes bone dry with a complex, lingering tartness. 

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Dried Fruit. Malt.

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Nitro English Brown

Coffee. Malt.

A traditional English Brown Ale. Malt, coffee, and roast grain. Finishes dry and thirst quenching. Served on Nitro for a creamy mouthfeel. Meant to mimic a traditional pub beer.

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California Common

Malt. Bitter

A hybrid style unique to the West Coast. Brewed with a lager yeast at warm temperatures. Amber in color, caramel-maltiness balanced against an assertive hop bitterness. 

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Hefeweizen

Unfiltered. Banana.

Our take on a traditional German style hefeweizen. Unfiltered and full-bodied, this beer has notes of bread, banana, and clove. We used the Weihenstepahner strain to ferment this beer. 

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Table Beer

Crisp. Wheat.

Fermented using only Kveik, this beer has a pillowy white head. Notes of lemon, wheat, and tropical hops. Incredibly sessionable and creamy body. 

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Henrietta - Amber Sour

Tart. Barrel. 

A fan favorite returns after a 6-month slumber in two of barrels (Henrietta & Will Henry). This beer is complex and tart. It has a beautiful aroma of char, vanilla, wood, and bourbon. We offer this beer in single barrel offerings.

Cans - To Go

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Hefeweizen

Unfiltered. Banana.

Our take on a traditional German style hefeweizen. Unfiltered and full-bodied, this beer has notes of bread, banana, and clove. We used the Weihenstepahner strain to ferment this beer. 

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Helles Lager

Malt. Crisp.

This beer is our take on a traditional German Helles. Lagered over a long period of time. This beer is crisp and drinkab

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Julian IV

Hazy. Pine. Fruit.

The fourth iteration of our Julian series. This beer is hazy with notes of pine, tropical fruit, and melon. 

Cellar Bottles - For here of To Go

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Russian Imperial Stout

750mL. 9%ABV

Full bodied Russian Imperial Stout. Spent 1 year aging before release. 

Orgeat variant available. Almond. Rosewater.

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Obscurus

750mL 8.2%ABV

Our dark sour. Fermented and aged in bourbon and wine barrels. Complex. Stonefruit. Cherry. Malt. 

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Kitchen Sink

750mL. 6.3%ABV

Kitchen sink is an amalgamation of all of our mixed fermentation beers. 

We sized our brew system to allow us to make smaller batches. We want to brew a lot of different styles of beer as opposed to large batches of one beer over and over again. We hope to have something different, and unique on every time you walk in. 

 

CLEAN BEER 

This beer is produced using traditional brewing techniques and Saccharomyces Pastorianus and or Saccharomyces Cerevisiae.

 

BRETT/ALT BEER 

This beer is produced using atypical yeast, most often Brettanomyces and Kveik. 

MIXED FERMENTATION

This beer is produced using typical yeast, atypical yeast, and bacteria. This style of beer is most often associated with the Senne River Valley in Belgium but has recently made an appearance in America. Many of our barrels are filled with this mixed-fermentation and aged for up to three years.