Archives for: July 9th, 2019


HARD CIDER A 2/3 beer 1/3 cider blend inspired by the Stephen King Dark Tower novel series. This Honeycrisp Graft features a malt forward beer, British hops, blended with apple cider and local wildflower honey from Baroda Bee Co.


ROTATING WINTER WARMER This mint stout is our Winter Warmer Ale for the season! A delightful dessert stout, suitable for the holiday season, and long snowy nights. A black stout with a creamy off-white head, and some light roast aroma.


EXTRA PALE ALE This pale ale has a significant citrus profile with a backbone of spruce notes from the generous late hop additions. A pale ale in body and gravity, with a significant hop profile that resembles more of an IPA, this is a crushable beer!


OATMEAL STOUT We experimented with English and American Oatmeal Stouts until we discovered we enjoyed the blend of ingredients from both continents. Our brewers have carefully perfected this recipe, even adding 6 lbs. of dates to the boil to give the impression of an oatmeal raisin cookie. With notes of coffee, and oatmeal texture, this […]


STRAWBERRY HEFEWEIZEN This hefeweizen smells of banana and strawberries, complemented by a slight bready malt aroma. During the boil, we steep 20 lbs. of rhubarb, giving a pleasant tartness to the beer before pitching 50 lbs. of local Michigan strawberries into the tank.


HEFEWEIZEN A light and refreshing German-style wheat beer brewed with Hefeweizen yeast. The aroma is a strong blend of banana and clove with a subtle hint of citrusy fruit similar to tangerine. A great morning beer!


BELGIAN DUBBEL This beer has a medium body with some complexity, and a clean, crisp texture followed by a tart character reminiscent of stone fruit, raisins, and prunes. The caramel malt is balanced with the yeast profile, with some hint of hops and a touch of alcohol in the background.


MICHIGAN COMMON ALE This beer is moderately malty with a clean and dry yeast character, and a pronounced herbal and lemon profile. The malts were supplied by Empire Malting Company, grown and malted just 2 miles north of Sleeping Bear Dunes. The yeast was supplied by Craft Cultures in the Upper Peninsula. The hops were […]