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Our Tasting Room houses 13 constantly changing taps featuring fresh beer brewed by brewmaster Jon Bregel on our five barrel brewhouse.
Arsenal: 7.0% An English Pale Ale with hints of caramel, utilizing all european hops and named after the English Football Team.
Effen Pumpkin: 6.4% A unique take on Pumpkin Beers - A Belgian saison brewed with real pumpkin and vanilla. Cinnamon and Nutmeg notes come from the traditional Belgian yeast.
Airfield IPA: 7.0% This west coast IPA brewed with Chinook, Centennial, Citra, Columbus, and Cascade hops, then dry hopped with Citra and Cascade. Caramel notes come from Munic Malt. Citrus notes and aroma come from the american citrus hops used.
Hefie Injustice: 5.8% A classic representation of the unfiltered Hefeweizen (German wheat beer) brewed with pilsner and white wheat grain. You’ll notice a banana like aroma.
Starboardown: 6.6% An easy drinking Irish Red Ale with a crimson copper hue and a roasted malt aroma.
Sinners Mass: 7.0% This award winning milk stout (contains lactose) is brewed with chocolate and roasted malt and is aged with vanilla bean. Nitro pour also available.
Bohemia Blonde: 6.6% An American blonde ale brewed with flaked oats, american 2-row pale malt, white wheat, crystal malt and hopped with Fuggle and Tettnang. Light and crisp flavor finishes with smooth apricot.
Orange Whip: 8.5% An Imperial Oatmeal Stout inspired by the vanilla and orange flavors of an orange creamsicle. Traditional chocolate and roasted flavors come from the roasted malt.
Erster Kuss: 6.5% A twist on our hefie injustice aged on local raspberries. This beer features a beautiful pink and champagne colors hue and notes of sweet and tart raspberries.
Column Shifter: 9.0% This smash (single malt/ single hop) Double IPA is brewed with Marris Otter malt and dry hopped with a copious amount of mosaic hops.
Wicked Chowdah: 7.2% Our hazy New England IPA is intensely hopped with Horizon, Citra, and Amarillo Hops.
838: 5.5% This Roggenbier (German Rye Beer) is brewed with equal parts of rye, Munich, and Pilsner malts and fermented with hefeweizen yeast. This rye beer is sweet in flavor rather than bitter.