Try some of our Revolving Tap beers
Hopocalypse Now is a lighter-bodied IPA that is bright in color and topped with a nice white head. It has a wonderful fruity bouquet in both aroma and flavor ranging with notes of pineapple to citrus and most everything in between. This is indeed pure deliciousness!
What is a BarleySake, you say? It’s a beer brewed with barley and fermented with sake yeast. One of the things that makes sake so pleasurable is the wide range of flavors the various sake yeast imparts. In this case, I get pear, peach, and honeydew -- all from the yeast! This is a single grain beer with ZERO hops. Goes great with all foods! Kanpai!
Pythagoras was known for his philosophy and mathematics, among other things. He did give us the Pythagorean theorem which involves triangles, hence the tripel! Did he philosophise about beer? We don’t know the answer to that but we can tell you that we do! Well, maybe we just make it. Pythagoras is a tasty Belgian tripel that has a light body with low to moderate hop notes which finishes clean and a little dry. This is a very pleasant pint of beer. Don’t think about it, just drink it!
The Deckhand is a ginger-infused ale and is the first collaboration with Beach Tribe Soda Works. This festive recipe combines a relatively ordinary malt bill, some Lemondrop hops, and house ale yeast with the extra kick of fresh cold-pressed ginger juice to produce an extraordinary spicy effervescent and downright feisty GINGER BEER. This savory concoction provides our maritime friends a calming coziness after the Alaskan dark and stormy season. Cheers!
No foolin’! Here we have an American-style stout brewed with two different additions of cocoa -- hence double chocolate. It goes down easy with a bit of citrus notes from the Simcoe hops. The chocolate steals the show, though. It’s in the nose, the front, the back, and it deliciously lingers between sips.
We are very happy to offer you this beautiful, light amber-colored and incredibly tasty Belgian strong ale. Layers of flavors are awaiting you in both aroma and taste. The Belgian yeast is certainly the star of this show as it gives off wonderful fruity and bubble gum notes. Van Damme will give you a round house of deliciousness.
Before the craft revolution, there were two types of beer, simple ales and lagers with strict guidelines to adhere. With the rise of craft as the new frontier, we are free to combine styles and be quite a bit more cavalier! All the citrus hops of an IPA at the forefront to domineer, but fermented slow and cold to keep our lager roots sincere. Enjoy this hybrid mix as a drink chevalier, we’ll keep trying to bring you new styles to revere!
Catch the Vapors
Catch the Vapors is a steam beer sometimes referred to as a California Common. It’s fermented at an ale temperature with lager yeast which creates clean and crisp characteristics but also offers some flavors you would get from warmer fermented ale yeasts. It has a light to medium body and moderate hoppiness which in turn makes for an easy drinking pint of beer. Catch the Vapors before they’re gone!
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