On Tap

Barrel Aged Series

  • Cherry Friek

    Sour/Wild Ale- 6.2% ABV -  A wheat based ale, with 30 pounds of sweet cherries per barrel! Juicy, tart and addicting!!  *Served as a 10 oz pour.   * Barrel Aged Series

  • $8.00
    Barrel Aged Maillot Jaune

    Bier de Garde - 6%ABV - This is our Bier de Garde, aged in white wine oak barrels from our friends at Tabor Hill for 1 year. Additions of Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus give this light bodied beer gentle touches of tartness and funk! Served as a 10 oz. pour     *Barrel Aged Series      

  • $7.50
    Bourbon Barrel Aged Steel Wheels

    Oatmeal Stout - 8%ABV - This is our beloved Oatmeal Stout, aged in Woodford Reserve barrels for 15 months. Coffee, Roast, Oak and a warming bourbon touch! Served as a 10 oz. pour.   *Barrel Aged Series

Specialty Beers

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    Blue Steel

    Blueberry Lager - This beer is made with over 30 pounds of fresh Michigan blueberries per barrel. Hopped with organic Michigan Cascade. Pours a gorgeous ruby color with purple hues. Crisp, refreshing and tart!

  • $6.00
    Wee Heavy

    Scotch Ale - 8.75%ABV - Loaded with carmalized malts and hints of smoke. Don't let this beer fool you, it packs a punch! Served as a 13 oz. pour.       *Specialty Beer  *Also available on the Beer Engine!

  • $6.50
    Polar Vortex

    Maibock - 8%ABV - Our Imperial Maibock-style Lager. Malt-forward, golden in appearance and sweetens as it warms! Served as a 13 oz. pour.    *Specialty Beer

  • $5.75
    Marshmellow Hugs

    Belgian-style Stout- 7.5%ABV - Essentially, a "sweet stout" that we brewed with Michigan honey and a hint of Belgian character.  Served as a 13 oz. pour.       *Specialty beer, On Nitro, No growler fills

Regular Rotation

  • $4.50
    The Broheim

    Bohemian Pilsner - 6.4%ABV - We had a little fun in naming this one....probably stemming from a late-night think-tank in the Bier Garden! This is our take on a Bohemian Pilsner. Pours a bright golden-straw color with a fine white head. Sweet aromas, coupled with light earthy hops meld into a light floral flavor and crisp finish. Another refreshing offering that goes down smooth!

  • $4.50
    Summit Pale Ale

    American Pale Ale - Made using loads of Summit hops, this beer has bold aromas and flavors ranging from tangerine to sweet oranges to pine. A subtle malt sweetness makes this incredibly drinkable.

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    Red Canoe

    American Red Lager - Made with a combination of North American and German malts that provide a rich amber color. American and German hop additions lend to a nice crisp bite in the finish.

  • $4.50
    Lil' Wize Ass

    Belgian Dark Wheat - 5.3%ABV - Made from the second running of our renowned Trippel Weizenbock. This beer gives off aromas of toffee, fruity Belgian esters, cereal and hints of spice. After a sip, you will find nice notes of cardamon, caramel, and ripe fruit that harmonize with a lightly roasted body. Served as a 16 oz. pour.

  • $4.50
    Dixie O'Flynn

    Irish Stout - 5.5%ABV- A dry stout, loaded with chocolate malt!   *On nitro, No growler fills

  • $4.50
    53 Miles

    American Pale Ale - 5.9%ABV - The beer formerly known as "Paris Roubaix". Same great recipe, new and improved name! Named after the distance from the starting line into Paris during one of the longest running bicycle races in France. Aptly nicknamed "The Hell of the North", Paris-Roubaix has been held every year since 1915. Our American style Pale Ale is brewed with Belgian and German malt and hopped with German and Centennial hops for a pleasing balance between malty and bitter.

  • $4.50
    The Blacksmith

    American Stout - 6.5%ABV - We found a name for our "American Stout"! Traditional in style but with a modern twist in the form of a Fuggle dry-hop.

  • $4.50

    American IPA - 6.6%ABV - Our house IPA. Big hop presence by design, with notes of citrus & pine that is balanced by a solid malt bill.

  • $4.50
    Farrier Ale

    Session IPA - 5.3%ABV- Our "sessionable" IPA is still hop-forward, crisp and refreshing!

Updated: 10/27/14