What’s on tap
Bourbon Barrel aged Belgian Style Dubbel. Intense dark fruits – medjool dates, figs, and Italian plum join seamlessly with overtones of oak, vanilla, cinnamon, tobacco, and walnuts. Creamy sweetness balanced by mild hops and vinous acidity makes this delectable limited release one not to miss.
Just like the refreshing waters of Deadline Falls, this Pilsner is sure to quench your thirst. This complex, straw colored beer has a bright clarity to it. Malt with bready, crackery notes is balanced by spicy floral hops and gives way to a crisp, dry finish.
A true marriage of the Belgian Wit style and NW IPA. It is made with 50% wheat. This beer is light in color and in body. It has aromas of lemons, tangerines, and spices.
We brewed this one “naked” by eliminating all all spices from the recipe and used Amarillo hops that provide a tropical, floral, and citrus aroma that is balanced against a dry finishing beer.
Has an aroma somewhere between Italian roast, cream, and slightly singed chocolate chip cookies. Flavors of dark chocolate, coffee, vanilla fudge, and anise. Finishes with a burnt sugar and herbal Fuggle hop finish. This seductively strong beer takes no prisoners.
This traditional unfiltered Bavarian Style Hefeweizen was brewed with 50% wheat. The German yeast strain used produces flavors of banana and cloves, notes of apple, and a moderate level of alcohol. This hefeweizen has a thick creamy collar of foam and is deliciously refreshing.
A sour ale fermented with peaches and apricots. Refreshingly bright and fruity reminiscent of a mimosa.
This Robust Porter combines roasty aromas up front with a dark cocoa finish. It is brewed with Oregon hops to balance the bittersweet, chocolate malt. This ale drinks like an iced mocha and is a great way to end your day.
Showcasing Mosaic hops that give a bold grapefruit twist, this IPA is triple dry hopped with a blend of Mosaic, Amarillo, Centennial, and Citra hops. The well-balanced malt bill takes a back seat to the bright citrus-forward hop notes.
This is a tribute to the late Pierre Celis’s famous Grand Cru. It defies categorization; it shares some attributes of a Belgian Trippel and others of a Belgian Golden Strong Ale. Very drinkable.
A medium dark ale with a malt profile providing currants, raisins, and plum flavors. The frutiness from the yeast comple-ments the malt to create a complex and delicious beer.
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