Red rocket amber ale

​abv:  6.8  IBU:  28

Sour wheat ale served in pints (6.00) and 25oz mugs (7.00)


Porter bridges the gap between malty brown ales and the heavily roasted stouts.

Notes of bittersweet chocolate, coffee, and roasted barley are offset with a nice hop bitterness.

Poured with a little extra foam to ensure a beautiful tan head and wonderful lacing throughout the glass.

porter

​abv: 7   IBU: 35

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West Coast Pilsner served in pints (6.00) and 25oz mugs (7.00)


Up and coming style that is getting all the chatter on “Beer Twitter.” There isn’t any available in our market so we had to brew one to see what all the hubbub is about.
Simple pilsner malt base with a touch more bitterness than a traditional Europils, the big difference is the use of big bold American hops instead of the noble hops from overseas.
With an aroma reminiscent of an Orange Julius, the flavor is dominated with notes of grapefruit, peach, and a touch of melon.


 

seasonals

Pale Lager served in pints (6.00)

and 25oz mug (7.00)


Cheersome is a balanced and straightforward drinking beer. Low enough in alcohol that you can enjoy a few without worry. Its great taste will inspire you to order another.

Light in body and color with just a touch of bitterness. Wonderful aroma and flavor from the touch of Willamette hops.


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Golden Hawk Wheat Ale

​abv:  5   IBU:  13

Cheersome

​abv: 4.6   IBU:  11

Bohemian Style Pilsner served in pints (6.00) and 25oz mugs (7.00)

TIn the Czech Republic, it is still customary to label the strength of beer by the so-called degree scale. It is expressed as a weight percentage of sucrose and is used to indicate the percentage by weight of extract (sucrose) in a solution. So, 12° beer has 12% of these substances dissolved in water. A 10° beer is about 4% alcohol by volume, a 12° is about 5%, and a 16° is about 6.5%.
So that is why we named this one 11°
Light, spritzy, with a nice herbal/floral aroma and flavor.
Pairs well with almost anything. 
Malt: Euro Pils, Munich, and Carapils
Hops: Saaz

11°

​abv:  4.8   IBU:  30

India Pale Ale served in pints (6.50) and 25oz mugs (8.00)

The Fair Catch might be the easiest play in all of sports. This "Fair Catch" might be the easiest drinking IPA we have brewed.

Starting with a classic "West Coast" malt base the bulk of the flavor comes from CO2 hop extracts.
Post fermentation it got a big ol' dry hop to round  it out with a wonderful aroma.
Flavor/Aroma: Yuzu, Papaya, Grapefruit, Pineapple, Melon, and Black Pepper
Malts:Pale, 2 Row, Pils, Munich, C-20, and Carapils
Hop Varietals: Columbus and Ekuanot

Oatmeal Stout, served in pints (6.00) and 25oz mugs (7.00)


This is a rich and complex beer.  We use flaked oats and barley to add a certain "mouth-feel" to the beer, as well as dark crystal malts for some residual sweetness and body.  This beer is dark but it's also very approachable for all beer fans.  It has flavors of coffee, toffee, and caramel.  It's roasty and toasty.  Don't be scared!  Just try some! 


Malt:  2 Row, Flaked Barley, Flaked Wheat, Roasted Barley, Crystal Malts

Hops:  East Kent Goldings

Yeast:  American Ale


Fair Catch

abv:  6.8   IBU:  50

kook

​abv:  4.8   IBU:  30

American Pale Ale, served in pints (6.00) and 25oz mugs (7.00)


An American style Pale Ale, this beer isn't like its British sisters.  Bittered with Centennial hops early and a much heftier portion of Cascade, Columbus, and Centennial hops late to add the citrusy flavor and aroma.  We also use a clean fermenting yeast and let the gravity finish low to keep it dry, crisp, and leaving you wanting more.


Malt:  2 Row, Golden Promise, Carastan, Carapils

Hops:  Centennial, Cascade, Columbus

Yeast:  American Ale


It's it's own thing!  Served in pints (6.00) and  25oz mugs (7.00)


The Bees Knees is brewed with a small amount of caramel malts for color and honey malt for flavor, along with just enough hops to balance out the sweetness of the honey that we add in the boil.  We use 25 lbs of locally produced Wild Flower honey in every batch.  It is smooth, sweet and our most popular beer.


Malt:  2 Row, Carapils, Honey Malt, Crystal Malt

Hops:  Warrior, Crystal

25 lbs of Iowa Wildflower honey at the end of the boil.

Yeast:  American Ale


American Amber Ale, served in pints (6.00) and 25oz mugs (7.00)


Our take on an American Amber Ale blends Pale, Crystal, Munich, and Chocolate malts to for a malt backbone that supports a hefty dose of Cascade and Columbus hops.  It's malty, hoppy, and amazingly drinkable.


Malt:  2 Row, Victory, Crystal, Chocolate, Pale Chocolate, Munich

Hops:  Cascade, Columbus

Yeast:  American Ale


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Flying Aces Pale Ale

​abv:  6.5  IBU:  52

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Bees Knees Honey Ale

​abv:  7.2   IBU:  30

Black cobra oatmeal stout

​abv:  5.3  IBU:  34

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American Wheat Ale, served in pints (6.00) and 25oz mugs (7.00)


This incredibly drinkable ale is made with malted wheat and finished with Columbus hops.  It is crisp and refreshing with just the right amount of hop bitterness to round it out.


Malt:  2 Row, Golden Promise, Red Wheat Malt, Flaked Wheat

Hops:  Columbus

Yeast:  American Ale