- Avery Pale Ale – This beer has a pure and intense citrus-pine flavor. You can smell the citrus aroma that comes from the Cascade Hops. A nice amber color with a pleasant taste. Great session beer for spring and summer.
- Bacon Brown Ale – has 45 lbs of bacon used during the boil in the brew kettle. We have 15 lbs suspended in the brite tank that we serve from. It only has a subtle taste of bacon after all that baconJ The beer is a heavy brown ale with brown sugar, honey and roasted barley.
- Black Betty – Black color with small head. Aroma of cappuccino, chocolate, coffee, and ice cream. Taste is sweet with just a light coffee-like bitterness. Light to medium body, creamy texture, and soft carbonation. This one is back by popular demandJ Very smooth drinking dark beer. Very low hops character. Our number two seller when it is available.
- Caramel Apple – This beer is our version of a snake bite, using the Angry Orchard Hard Cider and our Buxton Stout or Coal Miner. We start out with the Angry Orchard, followed up with a slow pour of the Buxton Stout over the top. The taste has been compared to a caramel apple. Nice session beer, but very sweet. Even the ladies will be able to drink this dark beerJ
- Coal Miner – This is our long-standing bock beer, which contains chocolate, caramel, and roasted barley. This is a very surprisingly mellow, dark beer. It also has a slight smoky taste.
- Oktoberfest – A great lager that requires a longer maturing process than most is worth the three-month wait. This brew starts with a smooth texture and has toasted grain flavors with delicate hops aromas. This beer has a sweet, caramel finishing taste. Does not have the extreme spice flavors as you find in some of the Octoberfest beers out there.
o Pilsner – is our lightest tasting beer. Some would say it is as close to a light beer while still having the body of a craft beer. We use this pilsner as a base for our seasonal peach, raspberry and jalapeno beers.
- Soap Creek Shandy – A light summer session beer with honey and lemons added to our two-row malt. This is our number one seller.
Porter – uses
our Coalminer as a base and we add vanilla beans to the mix. Very mild vanilla taste.
- CALL A CAB!!! – Our Russian Stout has aged for over seven months in a Templeton Rye whisky barrel. The barrel imparts the whiskey flavor into the beer without any of the alcohol. Inspired by brewers back in the 1800's to win over the Russian Czar, this is the king of stouts, boasting high alcohol by volumes and plenty of malt character. Low to moderate levels of carbonation with huge roasted, chocolate and burnt malt flavors. Often dry. Suggestions of dark fruit and flavors of higher alcohols are quite evident. Hop character can vary from a little to none.