Kölsch Ale originated in Cologne, Germany. While the name "Kölsch" (or "Koelsch") came to light in 1918, the beer itself is rumored to stretch back over six centuries.
This is a balanced beer that uses a moderate amount of kilned malts and roasted barley to give the color for which it’s named. Notes of caramel, toffee and lightly toasted buttered bread.
Historically one of the most popular styles since the 18th & 19th centuries. This American IPA was brewed with the best hops Yakima can offer. Bold flavor and aroma define our house character.
Rotating Variety of Lagers - Mainly Pilsners - Mainly Beerage.
Wheat Ale brewed with spices.
Classic Pale Ale - House Favorite.
Raspberry Chocolate Stout - Seasonal Favorite Brewed with Cocoa Nibbs & Raspberry Puree
Cascara is the bark of coffee fruit. It's a little tart and a little earthy.
Coffee balances the sweet caramel notes from this Irish Red Ale.
Tangerine enhances the flavors from the American hops used in this Pale Ale.