Our tap selection changes constantly (every 3-4 weeks) with no particular flagship beers. Feel free to subscribe to our site to receive updates on our tap selection.
Ginga Wheat: American wheat beer with fresh ginger, lemon, and local honey.
Après-Soleil: French style saison w/ cardamom. Notes of citrus, herb, and spice. The name literally translates to “after the sun,” but “après” has grown to reference social gatherings that take place after a day’s activity. Since saisons were originally brewed for field hands to drink after a day’s labor under the sun, Après Soleil is named in homage to all those who get dirt under their nails and the revelry shared after a hard day’s work.
Pot Hat Cider Late Harvest: Winesap and Johnny Gold apples from Brown’s Orchard in McDonald, PA.
Irish Coffee Stout: Irish style stout with Zeke’s coffee and lactose.
Meet You in Helles: Malt forward lager brewed with German malt and hops.
Shared Constellation: Pale ale featuring Wakatu and Galaxy hops.
You’re Fired – Red IPA: featuring Ekuanot, Motueka, and Wakatu hops. Malt forward IPA with notes of pine and blackberry
SPECIAL BOTTLE RELEASES:
Heini’s Good Cheer 2016: SOLD OUT A tawny colored bourbon barrel aged old ale with aromas and flavors of vanilla, oak ,caramel, citrus, cocoa powder and warming alcohol. Carbonation is low to not take away from the residual sweetness. Enough initial bitterness and proper bottling allows for some cellaring at 55 F or lower. This batch of old ale is a blend of 2015 old ale (aged in sour mash rye barrel from Finger Lakes Distillery), 2016 old ale (aged in wheated bourbon barrel from Smooth Rambler) and 2016 old ale (aged in single bourbon barrel from Smooth Rambler). Heini was a dear friend of Steve’s while Steve was living in Germany many years ago. We raise a glass of good cheer in honor of Heini and his generous hospitality. Available in 22 oz bottle to go, as well as on tap
Fun Fact: Heini’s Good Cheer 2015 won the 2016 World Beer Cup Silver Award in the Old Ale or Strong Ale presented earlier this year after the 2016 Craft Brewers Conference in Philadelphia, PA.
Intersection 2016: American wild ale, blend of sour wheat wine, wine barrel aged farmhouse ale with brettanomyces and Ferdl Bock. Brettanomyces characteristics in the aroma, with a tart fruit flavor. Dry finish. On draught and bottles. BOTTLES SOLD OUT
40% Akaroa farmhouse ale aged in a wine barrel with brettanomyces
7% Ferdl Bock Weizenbock