November Beer Menu

Using select Pacific Northwest hops, this IPA is big on flavor. A hardy bitterness at the start and late kettle additions create an ale that’s bursting in tropical and citrus tones.  The medium-light maltiness pulls it all together in harmony like fine sand washed with Pacific waves on a hot day.

The Blue Ridge recipe is designed to showcase the flavor and aromatic qualities of the specially selected hops. Caramel and Munich malts lend their sweetness while the special hop blend dominates the palate. Listen carefully as you drink this ale and you can hear banjos.

Straw in color,  Cervesa de los Bravos has a crisp, clean flavor profile. Lightly hopped, with a great balance between malt and bitterness, while a small dose of lime peel adds a touch of citrus aroma. Run for the border Paco, Pancho Villa is on your tail.

Bete Grise ale has a malty, high-gravity, full-bodied version of this easy drinking, well-rounded beer style. Golden in color, Imperial Blonde Ale uses the lightest malt extract available and a unique balance of domestic and imported hops. Truly inspired by the closest thing to heaven on earth.

Like the island continent that inspired it, this ale is very big, very hoppy and somewhat arrogant.  Tastier than kangaroo and crocodile combined.

This medium-bodied English brown has a malty character surrounded by a nutty aroma. Crystal malts with a touch of chocolate malt create the brown color balanced by a subdued hop flavor.  Smooth, brown, and won't get your knickers in a bunch.

A generous hops schedule and soft Belgian Candi Sugar combine to create this modern style ale. Mannekin includes that trademark spiciness familiar to Belgian Style Ales along with the piney, herbal and slight citrus flavors of an American IPA. The result is a complex flavor combination that adds depth and outstanding character to this unique style of ale that will make you want to pee in a fountain.

Amber in color with a nice blend of Munich malt and crystal grains. Medium-bodied, malty and finished with a distinct hop flavor.  Drink plenty then go howl at the moon.

This American Pale Ale delivers a moderately strong hop aroma and bitterness. Pale ale malt base provides deep gold, almost amber, color and medium-bodied mouthfeel.  Wave the flag dammit, this is 'Merica.

Pale Ale malt combined with medium caramel malt creates a rich, copper color. Bitterness is balanced to match the malt character. Smooth clean finish with moderate carbonation level.  This amber ale is a true Yooper favorite.

Vida Facli is a very pale-to-golden-colored ale with a well attenuated body and a refined degree of noble hop bitterness.  It's either all that or just a Corona clone.

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