In case you’re curious about what we have on tap, we’ve got you covered!
Fuse is our twist on a pale ale. It is intended to "ignite" your appetite and should be paired with savory foods such as BBQ, Pizza, Burgers, or even a steak and potato dinner. It is gently hopped with jalapeños.
This IPA style is proudly made with the addition of actual Idaho® Russet Potatoes! We use them and specialty hops to make this brew unique, flavorful, and not overly bitter but well balanced and drinkable. It is another great way to enjoy Idaho's staple...in a pint!
Sometimes you’re a nut. Sometimes you’re sweet. So, sometimes you’re a ‘honey nut’…which is what our brown ale is: a malty, nutty brown ale that’s extremely drinkable for no matter what you feel like being that day.
A Euro Style Pilsner. Easy drinking but with a nice dynamic. Our House Beer named after Old Firehouse #6.
This ale is where we took the two best styles for spring and converged them into one. Meet your first Hefeweizen Cream Ale. It is very light and drinkable with a nice creamy finish.
Our version of a scotch style ale, brewed with brown sugar, black currants and heather tips. Mr. John Mor, our Irish relative married Robert the Bruce's niece...giving us our Scottish heritage.
A traditional Belgian Tripel style with the addition of 3 varieties of Idaho Potatoes (Russet, Red, and Yukon gold). Dry-hopped with Comet to add a subtle lemon hit that would normally be offer by coriander (but our brewer is allergic to coriander!).
Our version of an IIPA (Imperial Idaho Potato Ale); A Juicy imperial with lemon notes and New Zealand Pacific Jade hops.
A kolsch made with REAL cucumbers! With high drinkability it's very 'smashable' for those hotter days.
We took our Locks of Gold Hefeweizen and added fresh lemon and lime peel!
Made in the tradition of the original ESB style, which is an English Pub Ale, this has notes of slight roast, chocolate, toffee and balanced malt bitterness.
"Schwarzbier" means 'black beer' in German - however it is only slightly dark...it is surprisingly light tasting with high drinkability. Released in a time where we patiently wait for the sea to steady.