Current Tap List
West Coast IPA • The first West Coast style we've ever released at Bearded Owl. Centennial, Chinook and Cascade hops with Norway Spruce tips give it that classic flavor and medium bitterness expected from the style.
Low Key Basic
Hazy IPA • The new basic beer in the industry. Just another hazy? Maybe, but it's a damn fine one.
Premium Lager • 33 Room Collaboration
Lager • An ode to the original Red, White, and Blue Special Lager. Brewed with only the finest American ingredients. This is a collaboration with the Peoria 33 Room and is inspired by the original 1899 recipe.
German Wheat • Light and easy drinking, cloves and banana anchor this traditional wheat beer.
American Lager • What is more domestic than a microbrewery making their own. Lite beer can have flavor and Slug is how we are doing it. Light, refreshing and easy to drink, this is a beer flavored beer. Grab your blaze orange and a few slugs and you will be good to go.
Flatlander • White Oak Brewing
Pale Ale • Flat land. It's a Central Illinois thing.
Peoria City Pils
Pilsner • This Peoria City Soccer collab is an easy drinker with a lot of flavor. Light and crushable for those hot days outside doing what you do. Made with Saaz hops and only pilsner malt.
Mexican Cake Stout • Mexican dessert in liquid form. This big foxy mama is a collaboration with our friends at The Fox Pub and puts you through a range of flavor. Chocolate heavy up front with notes of cinnamon, especially on the nose. Guajillo, and trace amounts of Habanero on the finish.
Beyond the Fields We Know
Farmhouse • Rosemary and real lemon round out this crisp, dry, and delicious farmhouse ale. We used a historic Lithuanian yeast strain with a touch of rye, transporting us beyond the fields we know.
Wild Sour • Fermented with our house sourdough culture and then conditioned on top of strawberry and vanilla. Tart and crushable with some strawberry sweetness and a lingering sour tingle that warrants another sip.
Hard Seltzer • Hibiscus and rose hips galore in this gluten free hard-seltzer. Slightly tart on the palate and a flavorful hibiscus finish. It may not have helped Hector in battle with Achilles, but it could make you feel immortal!
Dark Sour • An experimental sour using a porter for its base and aged in wine barrels for 6 months. It's deceptively dark, with dark fruit and chocolate notes as it warms. Not too sour, but pleasantly tart.