Current Tap List
Raised By Wolves
Brown Ale • We are down with the Brown. This is a simple and delicious ode to a style that does not get much respect. Nutty and crisp with a smooth caramel and toffee finish.
Figure It Out
A Milk Stout • Dark and roasty from a variety of roasted grains. Sweet and creamy from the addition of lactose. If you're looking for a hype beer, Figure It Out.
Scream of the Butterfly
Wild Ale w/ Brett • When this house culture Wild Ale settles from the pour, it shrieks a gentle sound - very soft yet very clear. Metamorphosed in a single red wine barrel with brettanomyces it will drink gentle with a light fruity funk.
Blueberry Sour • Sour Ale fermented with our sourdough house culture and conditioned on blueberries. Oh so drinkable. Perfect for biking, hiking, river swims, solstice rituals and any other of your summer activities.
Eisbock • Our traditional German Bock. Toasted malt sweetness with bread an nutty undertones balanced by Perle hops.
50 Million Year Trip
IPA • A unique IPA fermented with a wild-captured yeast isolated from Chardonnay grapes. Simcoe, Mosaic, and Citra hops are featured. Take the trip!
Barrel Aged Imperial Stout • Our annual Imperial Stout release. This year's version was aged in Four Roses Barrels for 11 months. Big yet smooth with oak and vanilla notes plus a hint of whiskey character from the barrel.
Peanut Butter Porter • Peanut butter aroma leads into subtle chocolate, peanut butter and bready notes that round out this light and drinkable American porter.
Crush A Lot
NEIPA • A hazy, hoppy ale with Simcoe, Loral and Citra. I'm not so bitter I just crush a lot.
Feel Good Hit Of The Summer
IPA • Sabro and Idaho7 hops rounded out with a hint of smooth honey. Dry-hopped with Mosaic hops. It's the feel good hit of the summer!!
Beer from our Friends!
Hefeweizen • Riggs Brewing
Hefeweizen is the most popular beer style of the southern German state of Bavaria for good reason. This wheat beer has a rich banana aroma, but finishes clean, slightly tart, and refreshing. Our brewmaster’s favorite beer style is Hefeweizen, which is probably why he took especially good notes on how to make it during his studies in Germany.
Holla Atcha • White Oak Brewing
Ale • Crisp, refreshing American Blonde Ale.