Pursue, Witbier

Malts: Pilsner Malt, Flaked Wheat, Flaked Oats, Munich Malt   Hops: Czech Saaz

Yeast: House Wheat Beer Strain    Spices: Coriander, Curacao Orange Peel, Proprietary Secret

This beer originated on Belgian farms and was originally brewed in the summer months for immediate consumption to avoid drinking contaminated water sources.  Our interpretation of this style showcases superior quality spices and a sessionable alcohol content.

Look for notes of citrus, herbs, soft maltiness, mild yeast spiciness, and a complex yet quenching finish.

Strive, Saison

Malts: Pilsner Malt, Golden Naked Oats            Hops: Magnum, Styrian Celeia

Yeast: Extra Special Saison Strain            Brewing Sugars: Golden Candi Syrup

This style of beer was originally brewed by farmers to pay their workers.  Meant to simultaneously refresh and provide a source of much-needed energy on a hot day, this beer is just right on any day of the year.

Expect a subtle profile of banana, spice, candy-like hops, a dry finish, and that extra bit of magic that makes a saison so special.

Smile, Belgian Single

Malts: 2 Row Malt, Wheat Malt, Acidulated Malt        Hops: Mosaic, El Dorado

Yeast: Belgian Strain

Also known as the monk's table beer, the Belgian single is a rarely brewed beer style that we are revising. A highly sessional beer made interesting with our expressive Belgian yeast strain which adds vibrant fruit notes to a light malt profuse. Late-addition hops enhance the bright fruit character of this beer. 

An easy drinking, yet interesting beer featuring fruity and bubblegum notes, a light body and bright carbonation. 

Navigate, American India Pale Ale

Malts: Pale Ale, Flaked Wheat    Hops: Magnum, Newport, Centennial, Hallertau, Chinook

Yeast: House American Strain

This is a much storied style of beer; originally brewed in the UK to slake the thirst of British troops in India, this style has been radically re-interpreted by American brewers to be a hop-forward champion of the modern craft beer renaissance.  Essentially, a style that was once brewed for longevity on the voyage from the UK to India has become a showcase for new, experimental, and unconventional tasting hop profiles and has come to be the poster child of the craft beer movement. Ours is no exception.

Look for a honey-like malt backbone with hints of caramel an overwhelming floral, fruity, citrusy, pungent hop cha

Climb, Belgian Dark Strong Ale

Malts: Pilsner Malt, Munich Malt, Carabohemian Malt        Hops: Sterling

Yeast: Proprietary Blend           Brewing Sugars: Clear Candi Syrup, Dark Candi Syrup

This style of beer originated in Belgian monastic breweries where special, strong brews were concocted once a year to suit the tastes of the breweries' best customers.  

Look for subtle notes of toasted bread, caramel candy, banana, spices, and a long complex finish.

Create, American Brown Ale

Malts: Pilsner Malt, Brown Malt, Dark Crystal Malt, Pale Chocolate Malt, De-Bittered Black Malt

Hops: Simcoe, Crystal, Centennial            Yeast: House American Strain

This beer is brewed to bridge the gap between malty brown ales and American IPAs; it is a distinctly American interpretation of British Brown Ale using plenty of Pacific Northwest hops to balance a heavy malt character.

Expect notes of coffee, burnt toast scrapings, hints of citrus, and heavy pine resin to top it all off.

Grow, Black India Pale Ale

Malts: Pale Ale, Munich, Blackprinz, Crystal 60L        Yeast: House American Strain

Hops: Chinook, Centennial, Simcoe, Columbus, Mosaic

This is a style born of pure American ingenuity.  Believed to be invented simultaneously on the East Coast and West Coast in the 1990's, some claim that this style is rightly dubbed "Cascadian Dark Ale" due to the characteristically liberal use of West Coast-grown hops.  We call it like we see it: this is an American IPA with just enough roasted malt to paint it a pleasing shade of black.

Expect an unforgiving hop punch with this one.  Sappy resin, pine needles, cedar-like woodiness, grapefruit citrus, and an all-enveloping pungency will rest against a malt backbone exhibiting light roastiness and a dry finish.  If you are a hop-head, this beer is what you've been waiting for.

Imagine, Robust Porter

Malts: Pale Ale Malt, Flaked Oats, Caramunich II, Chocolate Malt         Hops: Willamette

Yeast: House British Strain                Brewing Sugars: Dark Liquid Candi Syrup

This is our interpretation of a classic British style porter, a beer originally brewed to slake the thirst of hard-working laborers in Industrial Era London.

Look for mild bitterness, smooth roasted malt, chocolate, some dark dried fruit flavor, and a distinctly fruity "English" yeast character.

Explore, Foreign-Style Stout with Spices

Malts: Pilsner Malt, Flaked Barley, Black Malt, Roasted Barley             Hops: Willamette

Yeast: House American or British Strain    Spices: Peruvian Cacao Nibs, Toasted Coconut

The base beer for this experimental style is inspired by a classic extra-strength export style stout from Ireland.  Our unique twist on this somewhat obscure style is to age the base beer on exotic Peruvian cacao nibs and toasted coconut flakes!

Look for distinct notes of bitter chocolate, rich maltiness,  mild mid-body sweetness, and a dry, nutty finish.