Cream Ale

Monday, May 15th, 2017 by

The perfect lawnmower beer.

Cream Ale Campfire

A truly American beer style, the cream ale was developed by American breweries in the 1800s to compete with the growing popularity of German-style pale lagers. Making use of robust American six-row barley for a nice grainy note and adjuncts like maize to decrease the body, this beer is lightly hopped, well carbonated, and super refreshing on a sunny day.

Ginger Pale Ale

Friday, November 13th, 2015 by

The real ginger beer.

Ginger Pale Ale

A classic American pale ale brewed with fresh ginger root and complemented by citrusy Northwest hops, this beer is a burst of refreshment. Perfect for a summer day, or as a light post-work pint to wind down.

Second Breakfast

Saturday, November 7th, 2015 by

When you’re feeling peckish between first breakfast and elevenses, have a Second Breakfast to tide you over.

Brewed with 15% oats for a thick, creamy mouthfeel and fermented with a Belgian yeast strain, this unique oatmeal stout is just the right balance of sweet and roasty.