Our Beer

Our Beers, brewed on-site

  • West Coast Style IPA

    • ABV: 7.4%
    • IBU: 82.4
    • Color: 6.5 SRM
    • Yeast: American Ale II
    • Hops: Zeus, Magnum, and Cascade

    This hop dominated flavor profile makes this beer a Northwest favorite.

  • English Bitter

    • ABV: 3.5%
    • IBU: 29.8
    • Color: 9.1
    • Yeast: British Ale II
    • Hops: Fuggle, Willamette

    Moderate bitterness with low hop flavor and fruity esters and earthy floral character; an easy-drinking session beer.

  • Scottish Red

    • ABV: 4.4%
    • IBU: 23.8
    • Color: 16
    • Yeast: Scottish Ale
    • Hops: Whirlfloc, East Kent Goldings

    A malt-focused, lightly caramel flavor and aroma with some esters and a lightly butterscotch finish.

  • Dark Sour Ale

    • ABV: We'll see
    • IBU: Only 1
    • Color: 27.2
    • Yeast: Yes, and some other stuff too!
    • Hops: Willamette

    This guy was spontaneously fermented, has bold chocolate notes with tart earthy accenting flavors making this a very interesting and delicious sour ale.

  • Saison

    • ABV: 6.7%
    • IBU: 27.1
    • Color: 8.5
    • Yeast: Belgian Ardennes
    • Hops: Crystal

    Light body, this traditional Saison includes Seeds of Paradise for a slight pepper flavor and bitter orange peel. Crisp and dry Pairs well with sunshine and friends.

  • Rye Pale

    • ABV: 5.8
    • IBU: 27.8
    • Color: 5.4
    • Yeast: American Ale II
    • Hops: Tettnang

    Lighter in body, this delicious taste of summer experiments with adding 22% rye to the mix. Pairs well with a picnic or barbecuing with friends.

  • Blonde

    Sometimes known as a “golden ale” our blonde is approachable with incredibly mellow malt and hop characteristics. Smooth drinking, the pale malt used adds a bit of a color.

  • Yellow Truck Pilsner

    Our take on a true American Lager. Using all German ingredients, but with rice so it’s Americanized.

  • Buddhahed Milk Stout

    Creamy, silky, smooth. Craving a beer to finish off your night? This will suffice!

  • Weizenbock (Flying Lion Collaboration)

    Brewed down the street at Flying Lion in Columbia City. This is our take on a German Weizenbock. Similar to that of a Hefewiezen with notes of banana, but more malty. Take on summer with this tasty treat.

  • Altbier

    • IBU: 35
    • Color: 12.8
    • Grains: Pilsen, Munich, and Caramel Extra Dark
    • Hops: Magnum and Tettang

    Taking place of it’s predecessor, Scottish Red, this beer encapsulates what a malt forward German beer tastes like.

From our friends at: Flying Lion Brewing

From our friends at: Schilling Cider

Beers in the tank

These will soon be on tap!

Beers aging in the barrels

These need some quiet time in the oak barrels stacked in our taproom.

Beers scheduled to be brewed soon.