This is an American style wheat ale made with 40% malted wheat and a hint of Carpils and Munich specialty malts. Lightly hopped with Cascade hops, this beer has a original gravity of approximately 1.046. It's a great introductory beer for those new to craft beers.
This is the beer that started it all! It has a rich malty flavor. It is well balanced with centennial hops for bitterness, and generous amounts of Cascade hops for flavor and aroma, including dry-hopping. The original gravity of this beer is approximately 1.054.
5 types of grain, 5 different roast of barley, 5 varieties of hops in 6 separate hop additions, including dry-hopping. This is a complex, yet very drinkable India Pale Ale, based on the whim of brewer Mike Bray.
A rich dark malty porter, made with 9 different malts, including 3 types of caramel malts, chocolate malt, and black malt to give it a malty complexity balanced with a Centennial and Cascade hops. The brewer's favorite (after all, he is a darker sider). Quaffable all year long. Come over to the dark side and enjoy this wonderful porter.
The recipe is based on a true American Cream Ale, with the addition of a small amount of corn to the mash. Lightly hopped with Cascade hops, the creamy mouth feel is only enhanced by the fact that we carbonate and serve it with a mixture of nitrogen and CO2 gas.
A light colored, lightly hopped beer using Centennial and Columbus hops. A little oats, wheat, and corn are added in the mash to add some complexity to this easy drinking beer.
This is one of those beers designed over a few pints, then adjusted over a few batches that just doesn't fit into any beer style categories. The best we can do to describe it as an IDA (India Dark Ale). The ale contains a little chocolate malt, black malt, and roasted barley for flavor and color. It's well hopped with Centennial for bitterness, and copious amounts of Cascade hops for flavor and aroma, including dry-hopping. The original gravity of this beer is approximately 1.060.
A light, refreshing, hop forward, sessionable IPA. This IPA is hopped 5 times during the brewing process then dry hopped with copious amounts of Mosaic hops from the Pacific Northwest. Citrusy aroma with a slight tangerine presence to the nose. You'll want to come back for more.
An amber ale, turned more orange in color than amber by the addition of roasted sweet potatoes into the mash. Subtle sweet flavor, Tastes like BEER, not like pie!
Our Pleasant Mountain Porter with whole vanilla beans and espresso coffee served with a mixture of nitrogen and CO2 gas for extra creaminess.
Closer to an English style brown ale with a roasty, slightly sweet, malt forward flavor. Lightly hopped with Pacific Northwest hops.