Time heals all wounds, but a little beer doesn’t hurt either.
Sit down and relax with a pint of this herbal pale ale. Bursting with hops, this beer also features undertones of chamomile, valerian root, turmeric root, yarrow, and lemon balm for a complex yet easy-drinking session ale.
A highly sessionable Belgian-style ale that can be quaffed all day long.
Brewed in a style known as patersbier (“fathers’ beer” in Dutch), this is a simple low gravity Trappist-inspired beer highlighted by homegrown Mt. Hood hops and hints of coriander and sweet orange peel.
Brewed with an intoxicating blend of herbs instead of hops, and rounded out with plenty of smooth chocolate, this high alcohol stout defies traditional genres for a peek into history. Gruit ales were ales brewed with a mixture of herbs and spices called gruit before hops became prominent. This beer is everything you love about an imperial stout, taken to a whole new level.
Napoleon’s troops called the Berliner Weisse the “Champagne of the North”. Try Du Nord for a taste of history.
This sour beer is brewed in a traditional way with no hops and a 3 day souring process using wild microbes found on malt, followed by a fermentation by a Brettanomyces yeast strain for a fantastic tart, funky, refreshing beer. Follow the Germans’ lead and add a shot of syrup to cut the sourness and make this beer even more sessionable.