Learn more about our craft brews. Fun, fresh, and locally sourced.
Learn more about our craft brews. Fun, fresh, and locally sourced.
This brew can satisfy palates from across a range of tastes. Additions of malted oats and caramel malts provide a sweet, thick body. Chocolate and black malts give a solid roast character in both color and flavor. All of these notes are backed by a pale malt bill provided by Gold Rush Malting in Baker City. A solid ale for a solid drinker. You earned it.
Copper n' Gold is a Northeastern, inner-mountain, mid-west coast, strong pale ale. Crafted with Gold Rush Maltings "Full Pint Barley" and MI Local's "Michigan Copper" hops. A rich copper color, subtle fruit punch hop aroma gives to a rich malt flavor and clean, crisp finish.
"Tastes just like it should."
This one is not your typical Irish Red. Additions of crystal Malted Rye and Northern Brewer hops give this ale a robust and very clean feel all the way down. This is simply a fine beer which uses traditional techniques and flavors to create a canvas for just a hint of experimentation. Enjoyable to the last drop.
"Better order two"
Flavors and feel riding side by side in apparent disproportion with colors of pure apocalyptic persuasion. Smoother than mathematically scheduled celestial transits, and without the need to mark a calendar.
Monday evening arrives. Beautiful Kenny awakens from his weekly sleep with eyes fixated on his favorite Hall & Oats poster. Just the way he fell asleep. Six straight hours without blinking dries out more than peepers. His newest drinking fountain flows with a delicately hop-forward, mildly fruity, and tenderly effervescent golden lager. After hydrating his eyes with the nectar, he spends the next hour sipping and smiling; preparing for the week to come.
"Cleanest crispest flavorest finish."
A mist of flavorful anticipation initiates the public's introduction to the Oregon Fog. A haze created through proportionately massive aromatic hop additions, coupled with a balanced body of barley, oats, and Pure Love will leave the drinker wondering how they ever settled for less.
"The forecast calls for tress."
Bavarian frequencies containing copious installations across a vast flavor spectrum. Appearances resembling close and bubblegum indistinctly perforated by a vanilla-banana duet. All regally presented within a wheat-induced haze.
"It will make you better at ____________"
A long standing contender for the most refreshing style of beer, our version of the Berliner Weiss gives a sweet and sour presence simultaneously due to a kettle-souring culture prior to hop additions, and nearly one hundred pounds of fresh organic apricots. An ode to Summer that remains delicious year-round.
"No tagline will do it justice."
This beer marks another stepping stone in our exploratory tangent of the New England style IPA. Hefty aromatic hop additions provide complex portrayals reminiscent of some orange-colored fruit which is as yet nonexistent. Juicy sweetness contributed by milk sugar persuades these tropical flavors out of their imaginary tree and into our lives.
"Stepping into the same river twice."
The clock ticks on. Beautiful Kenny removes both pairs of his sunglasses to reveal a tan line evidently caused by two days under fluorescent lights in a Las Vegas poker dungeon. Without the need to sacrifice familiarity for flavor, he chooses his drink. A lustrous, subtle, balances, and highly drinkable lager finds its way to his lips. "Thirty four more, please." are his last words before replacing his eyewear and becoming the Golden Wall.
"Cleaner, crisper, flavorer finish"
The never-ending quest for flavor continues. In addition to being brewed with dates and roasted pecans, robust and complex flavors of clove, spices, banana, bubblegum, and fresh herb layer themselves over silky malt essences. High and tight carbonation levels allow the beer to unfold cleanly and thoroughly with each sip.
Oatmeal Chocolate Coconut Milk Stout. Heavy hitting notes from all directions bring the drinker into a state of Galactic Apotheosis from which they may or may not return. Belgian yeast contributes hints of banana, spice, and ethanol. Unnecessarily large additions of malted oats, lactose, toasted coconut, and roasted barley turn this beer into a liquid exclamation point.
"The answer is in every question. Dig it?"
An abyss of blackened, conflagrated complexity, shadowed only by a mountain of hops in both aromatic and bitter tendency, has until now been the home of Mustakrakish- the Cascadian Lake-Troll Ale. The quiescence of the expectant mind and waters' surface are simultaneously provoked within the first imbibition.
"Awaken. Awaken. Mustakrakish."
Swish is this odd melting pot of styles presenting itself as one of the smoothest drinking ales on the market. Liberal dry-hop dosage balance with a diversified malt bill and a heavy shot of Belgian candi syrup to not only locate your socks, but knock them off as well!
"It'll get ya some drunk."
It's late. Beautiful Kenny glistens with the sweat of sixty seven consecutive hours of poker. He's thirsty. Thirsty is only the way a delicate, slightly fruity, light-to-medium bodied lagered ale can satisfy. He reaches into his winning, produces a bar of pure gold, and with the words: " Know when to hold 'em", he holds the Beautiful Kölsch.
"Clean crisp flavor finish."
A hop-fueled journey across styles, The Bridge spans the best of what India Pale Ales have to offer. The dry, almost nonexistent, body of the Brut style, The higher IBUs of the traditional Northwest style, and the tropical aroma, here contributed almost entirely by Mackinac hops, found throughout the majority of contemporary IPAs.
Clarirty, balance, and subtlety are by no means standardized rules of beer. Cobweb Forest honers that idea by providing the limits of juicy aroma through Azacca hops, entirely out of balance with a malt bill featuring lactose and malted oats. Not to mention... The haze of it all. Our newest installment of this rebellious style.
"Don't get lost."
Using recipes from throughout the 1700s in combination with modern knowledge we formulated Colonial Fire. Unrepeatable malt sweetness frames acidity formed through a pre-boil souring culture. High carbonation, unrefined cane sugar, and forty pounds of ginger interlace to result in a bright, refreshing, and flavorful libation from across several timelines.
Subtle complexity or complex subtlety. Make your choice. In addition to highly perceivable Belgian beer characteristics, orange, grapefruit, coriander and a hint of cinnamon make this Summer specialty nearly irresistible. Formatively refreshing on all fronts of the drinkability spectrum.
"What a time to be alive."
A Düsseldorf-style ale rich in deep copper color. Moderate fermentation temperatures over longer periods allow for a mild fruitiness which gives way to a clean crisp finish.
"So cool, so smooth, so old."
This beer is special. An all-grain, double-mashed Strong Ale with enough hops to satisfy any Western palate. Brewed on the Summer Solstice, it displays an extreme of our brewery's capabilities. This one will only be available in limited quantities due to its majority being devoted to barrel aging. Enjoy fresh until then!
"Shouldn't taste like it does."
Imagine if you will, a stout. Light in body but heavy in flavor and color. A roasted character at its forefront, and a clean finish perceivable perhaps only to a psychologically sensitive few. Although available at Side A, upon taking their first sip, the drinker may find themselves on a journey into...
"The Sammyville Zone."
A liquidated orchestra instituting notes and tone from centuries past displays itself as the Satyr Bock. Subtle harmonies of apricot, caramel, cherry, and mischief relieve their dissonance to demographic ideals with a duration so smooth, one's glass seems to empty itself.
"Join the fun."
Pulsations of roasted malt in sporadic collaboration with annotations of toffee, caramel, and the self-elected pride of the UK. Hops not unheard of, but only glancing in passing leaving a medium body memory lasting.
"The third best thing to come out of Scotland."
For those who remember Swedish Compass, it’s devotion to barrel aging was to come to fruition after a year’s time. The mellowing of flavors, complimented by district bourbon aromas, display this beer as well seasoned. It doesn’t show ya where you’re goin’, doesn’t show ya where ya been, just shows ya who’s lost.
“Age before beauty.”
Two Pan is a Northeast Oregon IPA. Reminiscent of the good ol' days when hop effects were balanced across their entire spectrum. Aroma and bitterness, hand-in-hand, in front and on top of a pillowy foundation of flavor. Memory lane never closes, classics never die.
"Rock Hard and Ride Free"