Pilsner, wheat, and flaked oats brewed together with Citra hops; split into two fermentors, one with sour yeast, the other Belgian yeast. Mix that all together with passion fruit puree and that’s Lou’sin My Wits.
An old favorite returns! This year’s version of JSR is a bit drier than its predecessors. The rye malt gives a mild spiciness that is complimented well by the citrus notes from the Amarillo hops.
Our best lager honors Alaska’s first baseball team, founded on St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs. Crisp, clean, and refreshing; peanuts, CrackerJax, and a cold Pounder. Take me out to the ballgame!
No aliens were involved in the making of this beer! Well, at least not that we’ll admit to! Area 52 is a pleasant and very drinkable light IPA. It offers what you would expect in an IPA but just on … Read More
Perfectly balanced for both casual drinkers and hop lovers alike. Rich, smooth malts paired with crisp citrus hop flavors make this beer ideal for any location, occasion, or celebration.
Living to an age of sometimes over 120 years old, the YellowEye rockfish is prized on Alaskan recreational charters for its size and clean meat. As a beer, the YellowEye is clean and big with tropical hop notes from apricot … Read More
Wild Country Raspberry is a hazy wheat beer with coppery red tones and a white head. Its aroma is predominantly fruity red raspberry. Raspberry is the predominant flavor too, but the mild sweetness of the berries is balanced with the … Read More
Chugach Session is a Cream Ale; brewed cool like a lager, but with an ale yeast. Think of it as an American Kolsch; rich, balanced and easy drinking.
Prince William Porter is a roasty, medium bodied, highly drinkable American Brown Porter. In the glass it is rich brown in color with ruby red highlights and a light brown head. Its aroma exhibits a malty blend of caramel and … Read More
Polar Pale is honey-golden in color and capped with a persistent white head. Its aroma whispers softly of hops…in tones of apricot, citrus and spice. Dry and balanced in body, lots of late addition hops keep the bitterness down but … Read More