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On Tap

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Seven Wolves IPA - Nitro

Tap #1 (Nitro): Seven Wolves IPA (SRM = 5.5, IBU = 45.9, ABV = 7.6%)

Seven different kinds of hops used throughout the brewing process, plus dry-hopping, gives this golden IPA a lupulicious flavor boost hop-heads will love. Served on nitro for creamy goodness.

How ours is different: We love the flavor and aroma of hops, but aren't too big on bitterness. So, we add our hops, and lots of 'em, late in the brewing process to maximize aroma and flavor without making the beer overly bitter. We use crystal malts sparingly and lighten the body of our beer with a little corn sugar to allow the hops to stand out more. We add seven different kinds of hops, some citrusy, some piney, some resiny, etc., to hit your palate with different hop characteristics at different points for a hoppy complexity.

Mint Chocolate Chip Stout - Nitro

Tap #2 (Nitro): Mint Chocolate Chip Stout  (SRM = 28.3, IBU = 21.2 ABV = 8.2%)

 A high gravity and sweet stout, brewed with Colorado Springs grown spearmint leaves and fair trade cocoa nibs. Chocolaty, slightly minty, smooth and creamy*.
*Contains lactose.
Geez Louise!

Tap #3: Geez Louise!  (SRM = 7.2, IBU = 30.3, ABV = 5.8% )

Gretchen brewed this Extra Special Bitter (ESB) using traditional English heirloom barley, but then made it uniquely our own with all American hops for a brighter and more citrusy hop character than a traditional ESB.

 

Gdansk Gdansk Revolution

Tap #4: Gdansk Gdansk Revolution  (SRM = 28.9, IBU = 38.6, ABV = 7.7%)

Our tribute to the Solidarity movement that started in the city of Gdansk, on the Baltic seacoast of Poland, and eventually ended communism there. This beer is a Baltic porter spiced with Polish bay leaves.

How ours is different: We took a traditional Baltic Porter and spiced it up with bay leaves, traditional in many Polish dishes, for a completely non-traditional beer with a crisp, clean edge but notes of mild mint and spice.

Sailor's Delight

Tap #5: Sailor's Delight  (SRM = 16.6, IBU = 92.0, ABV = 6.8%)

Gretchen came up with this delightful hoppy Belgian red.  Mild fruity esters and lots of hops, with generous amounts of roasted barley, make this red a flavorful autumn treat.

Lightningstorm Wheat Wine

Tap #6: Lightningstorm Wheat Wine  (SRM = 7.9, IBU = 60.9, ABV = 9.2%)

Made primarily from white wheat with a little heirloom barley, and Magnum and Citra hops, this is a BIG, malty, citrusy golden wheat with plenty of warmth for cool fall days.

How ours is different: We’ve taken the barley wine concept for a ride down a new road.  Big and malty like a barley wine, our wheat wine is crisper and drier, with plenty of in-your-face citrusy hops and alcohol warmth.

Red Oktober

Tap #7: Red Oktober  (SRM = 17.0, IBU = 19.0, ABV = 5.0%)

Our fall seasonal. Leave it to us to mash up a German Oktoberfest Ale and an Irish Red, and give it a Russian name.  Like the fictional submarine, this beer is dark, quietly smooth, but has some depth and character.  A chestnut colored ale brewed with noble hops and a smooth lager yeast; this is a beer worth hunting for.

How ours is different: A blend of a traditional German and Irish styles makes for a beer with nothing traditional about it. The smooth malty lager of an Oktoberfest blends surprisingly well the Irish Red’s roasted barley.  Spicy Saaz hops round out the old-world flavor experience for an unforgettable beer!

Brewer's Tears

Tap #8: Brewer's Tears (SRM = 5.0 IBU = 24.7, ABV = 6.0%)

Kelly's roasted peach gose has a peachy nose, mild sour and salt, and is a great end-of-summer refresher.

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