Tart Apple Radler is a zesty, refreshing take on the tradition of mixing beer with soda or lemonade to create a light, thirst-quenching beverage ideal for warm weather. Radler (literally "cyclist,") takes its name from active German sportsmen of a hundred years ago, but our version tastes just as good even if you do nothing more strenuous than lifting it to your lips.
Denver Beer Company Rosita Imperial Porter - This Collaboration with Cerveceria Itañeñe from Mexico City features the rare and exotic ingredient Flor De Rosita De Cocao. A unique flower grown in Oaxaca, Mx. With strong flavors of chocolate and coffee. This Imperial Porter brings bold malt flavors. Aging on roasted rosita, imparts delicious notes of vanilla, chocolate, and nuts with a hint of woodiness to compliment the maltiness. A truly unique and special combination of flavors.
TART BELGIAN ALE WITH PEACH AND APRICOT-
The juicy sweetness of peaches, the delicate acidity of apricots; closely related, but distinctly different. In Apripêche, we marry these delectable stone fruits into a thirst-quenching Belgian-style witbier, then add just the right amount of a tart Flemish golden ale. The delicious result is an artful interplay of sweet nectar, hazy refreshment, and wine-like acidity.
Ommegang Hennepin - Inspired by the traditional rustic brews of Belgium, our iconic American farmhouse saison is charmingly complex but eminently drinkable.
Artfully spiced with coriander, ginger, orange peel and grains of paradise, its champagne-like effervescence leads to a crisp, dry finish, delighting discerning drinkers everywhere.
While delicious on its own, Hennepin pairs remarkably well with a variety of foods, complementing shellfish, barbecue, cheeses, charcuterie, and a wide range of spicy fare.
Speed Goat is a golden ale loaded with 2-row and C-15 on the malt side and featuring subtle use of Willamette hops for bittering and aroma. Locally produced Bryant Honey from Worland provides a crisp dryness with a slight honey finish. Easy drinking for folks born and raised on lighter fare, the Speed Goat may go fast, just like its namesake.