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Beer on Tap
As of April 20th, 2018
Spotted Cow – New Glarus (WI)
Wisconsin Staple ~ 4.8 % ABV ~ $4.75 Pint
Blue Moon Belgian White (CO)
Orange Included ~ 5.4 % ABV ~ $4.75 Pint
Dachs Premium Lager
Local Craft Lager ~ 5.0 % ABV ~ $4.00 Pint
Classic german lager, also could be called a pilsner. Light in color and flavor, very mild and crushable! 5% ABV. More or less, it’s beer, so drink up. Hate beer nerds? Does the thought of a 10oz $10 pour make you laugh? Rebel against the craft world and drink a beer that’s just a beer. Do I dare say,
the perfect amount of shitty?
Fat Tire – New Belgium (CO)
Amber Ale ~ 5.2 % ABV ~ $4.75 Pint
Named in honor of our co-founder's bike trip through Europe, Fat Tire Amber Ale marks a turning point in the young electrical engineer's home brewing. Belgian beers use a far broader palette of ingredients (fruits, spices, esoteric yeast strains) than German or English styles. Together with co-founder Kim Jordan, they traveled around sampling their homebrews to the public. Fat Tire won fans with its sense of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.
Porter – Founders (MI)
Robust Porter ~ 6.5 % ABV ~ $6.00 Pint
Pours silky black with a creamy tan head. The nose is sweet with strong chocolate and caramel malt presence. No absence of hops gives Founders’ robust porter the full flavor you deserve and expect. Cozy like velvet. It’s a lover, not a fighter.
Tongue Buckler – Ballast Point (CA)
Imperial Red Ale ~ 10.0 % ABV ~ $6.00 Goblet
An Imperial Red Ale that’ll leave you speechless.
Our Tongue Buckler Imperial Red Ale doesn’t pull any punches. This is a big brew with hops and malt in extreme abundance. The I.B.U.’s (International Bitterness Units) alone test the limits of your palate. Yet while the timid should take warning, Tongue Buckler generously rewards the bold with an exceptional ale experience.
Backwoods Bastard 2016 –Founders(MI)
Cellared Bourbon Barrel-Aged Scotch Ale ~ 11.2% ABV
$5.00 Five Ounce, $9.00 Ten Ounce
Expect lovely, warm smells of single malt scotch, oaky bourbon barrels, smoke, sweet caramel and roasted malts, a bit of earthy spice and a scintilla of dark fruit. It’s a kick-back sipper made to excite the palate.
Zero IBU – Untitled Art (WI)
All Hazy, No Bitter ~ 7.0 % ABV ~ $6.00 Goblet
Zero IBU is the Haziest beer Untitled Art has produced brewed with Nelson Sauvin and Mosaic hops and almost no bitterness. It’s completely unfiltered and should be poured within 15 days for best flavors and composition. This beer was brewed in collaboration with Mikerphone Brewing Co.
Pale Ale – Black Husky (WI)
Simcoe Pale Ale ~ 7.2 % ABV ~ $6.00 Goblet
Black Husky Pale Ale, our flagship beer, is a beer worthy of THE Black Husky, Howler. Like Howler, our Pale Ale does not let others define its style, so while some say it’s an IPA we say, “whatever – just drink it already.” What it is is an excellent beer! With a straightforward grain bill and hop schedule it is dry-hopped with copious amounts of hops. Oh, and one more thing – DO NOT CELLAR; this is a hop forward beer and should be drank early and often.
Pils – 3 Sheeps (WI)
Pilsner ~ 5.3 % ABV ~ $5.25 Pint
Anyone who opens a brewery in Wisconsin does so on the shoulders of giants. While the coasts may be known for their IPAs, the midwest has a long legacy of lagers, and 3 Sheeps Pils is our tip of the hat to that legacy. It's a beer our ancestors would be proud to call Midwestern.
Fresh Coast – 3 Sheeps (WI)
Hazy Pale ~ 4.8 % ABV ~ $5.25 Pint
Fresh Coast is an East Coast-style pale ale brewed for the Midwest. Like most beers of the style, it pours cloudy...and that’s on purpose. The haze lets hop oils linger on the palate, enhancing their naturally citrusy and tropical fruit notes. To get that haze, we cultivate a special Vermont yeast strain that’s only used for Fresh Coast. It’s a pain to manage for just one beer, but it’s worth it. It’s the kind of beer you can drink all day, with your feet dangling in the lake. Because we live on the “Fresh Coast” and that’s worth celebrating, right?
The Hemperor – New Belgium (CO)
1st HEMP IPA ~ 7.0 % ABV ~ $6.00 Goblet
Get ready: an exciting new offering that’ll change the way you think about hoppy beers is coming your way. The brewers at New Belgium have created a new style of IPA: The Hemperor HPA. With the popularity of hoppy beers, our brewers are always on the lookout for different hop varieties and the complexities and flavors new strains can bring. That’s where hemp comes into the picture. Without getting too nerdy, we found a unique way to recreate hemp terpene flavors in a beer, which complement the inclusion of hop flavors and hemp hearts (seeds) in a brand new, delicious way—not to mention this beer is extremely dank! The flavors and aromas are so unique that it’s a style unto itself, hence HPA®.
Imperial Peanut Butter Porter – Tyranena (WI)
Limited Release ~ 7.5 % ABV ~ $6.00 Goblet
Very dark brown pour with a brown/tan head leaving some streaky lacing. Aroma has big nutty peanut butter. Really that is the story. There is some sweet malts, maybe brown sugar, and maybe molasses, but the strong nuttiness, well done, in a peanut butter setting is the lead. Taste is of sweet malts, peanuts, dry roasted malts, sweet brown sugar. This is an interesting combo of dry and sweet. Medium bodied or a touch fuller, there is a bit of an alcohol presence and the blend is solid/good. Finishes fairly sweet, and bone dry. As ever, Tyranena has the malts down.
Aww Snap – Crafted Meadery (OH)
Ginger Snap-Inspired Session Mead ~ 6.0 % ABV ~ $7.00 Goblet
Crafted Artisan Meadery was launched in 2012 in Akron, Ohio with a dedication to producing higfahly drinkable, modern mead. We take the pre-conceived notion of what mead “is” and throw it out the window by creating mead styles that push the envelope of the category. Gose-inspired Mead? Why not! Bourbon-Barrel Bananas Foster Mead? Sure! Mead that isn’t so sweet that it requires diabetes screening after consumption? You got it! We believe in creativity over tradition. We believe that the quality of the liquid inside our bottles and behind our labels is the most important thing to our customers. We believe you shouldn’t have to donate plasma to afford a great bottle of mead. We believe that opening the door to the mead category to as many people as possible is why we exist and we’re having a blast doing it! We do not produce beer, grape wine or cider. We make modern mead for everyone.