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.
Dunkelweizen style ale with notes of clove and banana.
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.
Technically a pale ale (which makes it a kissing cousin to an English Bitter or our very own Rock Bottom IPA), our Red Ale is indeed full of caramel malt character, balanced by delicate hop notes.
Chocolate Rye Stout with Coffee from Black Forge Coffee House. Collaboration for www.pghbrewtalfest.com
The boldest beers we brew, often based on seasonal or hard-to-find ingredients. Expect a range of porters and stouts, even the occasional dark English brown ale. Rotates Seasonally!
Pumpkin Spiced Ale - Brewed with pumpkin puree.
Oktoberfest Bier - Malt forward lager. PROST!
Sour conditioned with Apricots.
Blonde kettle soured ale. It's a tart and refreshing ale brewed with fresh ginger and Oolong green tea.
Honey Saison - Anniversary Beer for our Head Brewer & her husband