Seasonals and Rotating Ales
May – August .
This beer is crisp, clean, refreshing,
and hoppy. Summer Beer is a pre-Prohibition Pilsner
fermented with our ale yeast to impart more character to
the beer compared to lager yeast. A small amount of flaked
maize and losts of Czech Saaz hops give this beer a spicy
herbal aroma and a dry finish. Great with meals or by itself
during our warm summer months.
1.056 O.G. / 5.6% ABV / 32 IBU
Sept. – Oct.
Medium-bodied with mellow malt
aromas and a lovely reddish-orange hue. Brewmaster
Rande Reed has created this German-style Festbier to ease
the way from lazy summer days into the more bracing days
of autumn. Highly kilned Munich malt, German Spalt hops,
and our house ale yeast yield unrivalled smoothness and
flavors not found in ordinary beers.
1.056 O.G. / 5.3% ABV / 24 IBU
Avalanche Winter Ale
Nov. – Jan.
This northwest styled
winter ale is designed to take the chill off of the stormy
northwest winter weather. It is deep ruby red when held to
the light, and full bodied complex malt flavors dominate
with perfect balance provided by distinctive Yakima Chinook
and Cascade hops. It’s big, rich, smooth and satisfying, yet
drinkable enough to enjoy more than one. This winter ale is
destined to become northwest classic. 1.068 O.G. / 6.8%
ABV / 48 IBU
Spring Fever Grand Cru
Feb. – April.
Orange hues, rich malt
flavors, spicy coriander overtones and fruity, tropical aromas
make this one beautiful beer for fans of Belgian styles.
Spring Fever is crafted from the finest Two-Row, Munich,
Carastan and Belgian Aromatic malts, Columbus and Czech
Saaz hops, spiced with coriander and fermented with
authentic Belgian ale yeast. 1.070 O.G. / 7.0% ABV / 32 IBU
Brewer’s Choice Series
The brewer’s choice series is a means to let our talented
brewers exercise their creative spirit when it comes to
formulating new and unusual recipes. Each keg brewed is
unique and totally original, and can be influenced by
dozens of beer styles, hundreds of different ingredient
combinations, yeast strains, fermentation temperatures,
and methods of conditioning and maturation. It is always
something a bit different than our mainstream beers.
Remember that it’s only available from the taproom.
When it’s gone, it’s gone. -Ask your server about the