Our Hefeweizen is a pale yellow, light bodied American Wheat Ale. Served with or without a lemon.
OG 12.5P - IBU 11 - SRM 4 - ABV 4.9%
A reddish-brown, medium bodied ale with malty flavor profile and a subtle hop balance.
OG 12.5P - IBU 10 - SRM 12 - ABV 5.2%
The bartender's own concoction. Equal parts of our Honey Red and Helluva Hefe blend for a unique flavor.
IBU 11 - SRM 7 - ABV 5.0%
A light amber IPA with a substantial hop flavor and aroma, backed with a caramel malt presence.
OG 15.5P - IBU 62 - SRM 5 - ABV 6.6%
A very dark and hoppy ale whose style originated in the Great Northwest. It is a dark IPA with a strong roasted/chocolate backing.
OG 17.4P - IBU 60 - SRM 28 - ABV 6.8%
A light copper Belgian style ale flavored with bitter orange peel and coriander.
OG 13.5P - IBU 8 - SRM 8 - ABV 5.4%
Brewed for the Tri-City American fans, this is a deep crimson ale with a full caramel/roast flavor with a strong hop balance.
OG 13.0P - IBU 26 - SRM 18 - ABV 5.3%
A dark, robust style Porter, smoked with hickory, with a smooth hop balance.
OG 13.0P - IBU 22 - SRM 29 - ABV 5.4%
An ale version of the classic light pilsner, with a crisp hoppy snap.
OG 8.0P - IBU 20 - SRM 2 - ABV 3.2%
Our yearly spring beer. Deep brown, with a nutty, roasty, chocolaty flavor profile. Available for a limited time during the spring, ask your server for details.
OG 13.6P - IBU 7 - SRM 17 - ABV 6.3%
A new summertime favorite. very pale golden and creamy, with a touch of strawberry
OG 11.0P - IBU 0 - SRM 2 - ABV 5.2%
Our own Double IPA
OG 19.0P - IBU 85 - SRM 5 - ABV 9.5%
This is a measure of the thickness of the beer before it is fermented, measured here in degrees Plato (P).
This is a measure of the bitterness of the beer. More precisely, it is the ppm of iso-alpha acid dissolved in the beer from the hops during the boil.
A hint about the overall flavor of a beer can be obtained by comparing the OG to the IBU. For example, beer with a higher OG/IBU ratio (the Stout 13.5/20) will have a sweeter flavor than a beer with a lower one (the Light 8.0/20) even though the IBUs are the same.
This is a measure of the color of the beer. The color can also give hints as to the flavor of the beer. Amber colors suggest sweet/grainy/caramel flavors, dark brown to black colors will generally have roasted/coffee/chocolate/burnt flavors.
The percent of the beer by volume that is alcohol. AKA the "party" percentage.