Bridge to SherwoodLearn moreCloseLike

The base for this beer was Great Western Superior Pilsen Malt, with a small amount of flaked oats added during the mash. Hopping for this brew was a new hop called Idaho 7 along with a good dose of Meridians. Then, to top o our collaboration experience, we added a few pounds of Heather tips into the boil and dry-hopped again with Heather tips near the end of fermentation. The result was a light bodied very light colored ale with a slightly sweet citrus/tropical fruit aroma that drinks very easy.

Way Back BitterLearn moreCloseLike

Designed with a special nod to classic English ESB but in a session beer style, this beer is a throw-back to the early days of craft brewing in the Northwest. Two-Row Pale malt is combined with 2 Crystal malts and a little chocolate malt. The result is a light-flavored malt backbone with a hint of the famous British ale character. We used some northwest Nugget hops in the kettle along with classic Willamette hops from Oregon. The beer was finished with a classic English hops variety called Northdown which imparts notes of pine, floral, and berry.

Pearl-inerLearn moreCloseLike

Brewed for the first pints in the Pearl Beer Festival, our Pearl-iner Weisse is the perfect beer to enjoy outside on a Summer day. Brewed with half wheat and half barley, Pearl-iner Weisse is supplemented with a small amount of hops for a subtle european character that's not too bitter. The delicious suds are finished with orange and lemon peel for just a hint of refreshing citrus zest. Serve it straight or do it like the Germans and add a small amount of raspberry or woodruff syrup to balance the sour with a little sweetness.

Ebenezer AleLearn moreCloseLike

At the end of the year, there’s nothing more festive than Ebenezer Ale. Deep Mahogany in color, this winter warmer’s complex last comes from four different roasted malts and a blend of Northwest and imported hops. Ebenezer is full bodied and balanced with a balanced with a light hop aroma, followed by a delicious caramel finish. Make sure to stock up before the holidays. If you thought Scrooge was angry before, you should see him when he’s out of beer.