Try some of our Revolving Tap beers
Golden Down For Real
Is that sunshine around the corner? Well, who knows but we do know that we’re going to start brewing like there is! We’ll get it going with a nice, bright and refreshing easy drinking golden ale. Moderately hopped, slight notes of citrus balance perfectly with a nice light body. Put those snow boots away and find those flip flops because it’s Golden Down for Real!
Dark beer lovers, where you at? It just so happens that we have something for you! A little smoke, some chocolate, a touch of caramel, and hints of roast are just some of the flavors this hearty and tasty stout deliver. Get cozy by a fire and let this one warm you up from the inside.
Sweater Dog IPA
I love seeing all the fashionable dogs out on the trails. This one is for them (and maybe for their human servants). The trio of Sultana, Tahoma, and Wai-iti hops take center stage on this beer, giving it a full, juicy, tropical experience. Stone fruits like apricot and peach are evident as is some pine and even a hint of cedar.
Darth Delirium 2021
Darth Delirium is a beer that we brew once annually as a vintage beer. This year’s batch marks the 21st batch! This year, He’s a little bit bigger, a little bit stronger, and a little bit drier by virtue of the Brut enzyme we added to commemorate His big day. Raise a glass! It’s been a wild 21 years and He’s not done yet!
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!
Foulweather IPA is a bigger, nastier take on our classic Fairweather IPA. Packed with six different varieties of hops, its malt structure is balanced with flavors ranging from piney to citric to tropical. This one attenuated more than usual so is well above the 8% threshold.
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