* All beers subject to availability.
GF Apple Ale
GF stands for gluten-free as this ale is made with cider and sorghum. Looks like a cider, tastes likes a cider but is still technically an ale. (A hop pellet for good measure)
Off Kilter 80
Off Kilter is a Scottish Ale style pronounced “eighty shilling”. This beer is malty with notes of nuts and honey. Low hops.
Brahmin Dubbel Knowledge
An amber-colored, yeasty with a distinct banana ester this Belgian Abbey-style Dubbel is made with 25lbs of house-made Belgian candy syrup. Hopped with StyrianGoldings and nobel hops from Germany.
A Belgian-Abbey-Style Tripel that is big in alcohol and even bigger in fruity and citrus flavors. There is no fruit or spice added to this beer, it all comes from the special strain of yeast.
This stout is a based on an English milk stout which is creamier and more smooth than a dry stout. There is a residual sweetness due to the fact that brewer’s yeast cannot ferment lactose.
Brown Rice and Honey Ale
This barley-based beverage has been made using a few non-traditional beer ingredients. The clover honey gives an aromatic sweet quality while the brown rice lends a nutty, spicy flavor. Based on an English Brown Ale style this beer is not as dark or hoppy as its American counterparts.
This English Mild is our session beer for those looking for flavor without all the alcohol. The malt flavors incorporate nutty, caramel, roast, & chocolate with just enough hops for a balanced beer. Treat yourself to another session beer.
(Yakety Yak) Don’t Talk Bock
This is a traditional Lenten beer in Germany called a Bockbier. It is a malt-heavy lager and is slightly sweet showcasing toasted notes and melenoidens.
Victorian Sunrise Wheat
Cloudy beer with slight hints of clove and obvious banana esters.
Imperial Saison du Yak
A fruity, cloudy/yeasty and very dry and refreshing Belgian farmhouse-style ale. Hopped with Styrian Goldings.
Purnima Pale Ale
American-style pale ale with Chinook and Centennial hops. These hops impart a very strong citrus flavor and aromas with hints of pine.
La Bhutan (Belgian Blonde Ale)
A fruity, yeasty and slightly alcoholic blonde ale with wheat malt for extra creamy mouthfeel. Hopped with Styrian Goldings
This beer is smooth, dark and chocolately/roasty making it too big for a brown porter, it is instead on the light side of a Robust Porter.
Thin Air ESB
Classic English Extra Special Bitter with malt, hops and yeast all from across the pond. Similar to a sessionable American Pale Ale but with a bit more English.
Two Ponds Pale Ale
Traditional APA but with 60lb of clover honey.
Yak & Yeti Oktoberfest
A malty German-style Marzen. German malt, hops and yeast, with Colorado water.
BK Golden Strong
Belgian-style Golden Strong (Duvel is the classic style) – fruity esters, high in alcohol, very light in color. Uses the La Chouffe strain of yeast.
Belgian-style Red Ale with Bastogne yeast
Pro-Am Barleywine featuring Dr. Matt Kriewall
Chocolate Frosting Stout
Creamy and dark just like Adam’s mom used to make cake frosting
American-style Red Ale
Saison du Yak
A fruity, cloudy/yeasty and very dry and refreshing sessionable Belgian farmhouse-style ale. Hopped with Styrian Goldings
Two Ponds Honey Blonde
American wheat blonde with honey
Oscuro Navidad Grand Cru
Belgian dark strong with homemade dark candy syrup.
Belgian Blonde ale flavored with a lb of sweet cherries per gallon. The Bastogne yeast is the same Belgian yeast that Orval uses but their bottled version is bottle conditioned with Brettanomyces and ours isn’t.