This well balanced cider smells of tart apples and contains a medley of cinnamon, pecans and vanilla. Allergy alert- contains pecans!
An easy drinking Pinot Noir that is fruit forward with ripe berry characteristics followed by elegant oak and subtle earthiness.\r\n\r\n50% tank aged, 50% barrel aged in neutral oak
Try our latest draft cocktail on tap: PH Vodka with Michigan Tart Cherries and Lemonade. No growler fills.
Pigeon Hill’s Spiked Seltzer- check the board for today’s flavor
Let Me Fetch an Oatmeal Stout is an extremely drinkable oatmeal stout, which we make even smoother and creamier by serving on a Nitro tap. With a dark brown to black color, a perfect visual balance is achieved with this beer's tan and creamy head.
This exquisite blend of sour barrels includes beer ranging from one to two years of age. Part experiment, part intention (like our own M.A.B) this blend of red and brown ales leads to a final product unlike any other. Each barrel was hand selected and the blending carefully conducted in order to ensure a balance and depth of flavors.
Our McSwick Strong Scotch Ale has a light copper color tinged with ruby highlights. The deeply malty and earthy aroma give way to a smooth but heavier bodied mouthfeel. While the alcohol warmth is present, it is balanced out by a malty sweetness with notes of both almonds and dark fruit.
As with any proper dry Irish Stout, this beer was brewed to be drank (and we don't just mean a single pint) - and, at 5% ABV, it isn't merely a sipper. Slight notes of coffee, chocolate, and sweetness are balanced by a clean, dry finish - leading you to want the next pint sooner rather than later.
We can't get beer out of our mind, We think about the beer all the time, East side to the West Side, No Diggnity! We got to haze it up, haze it up. Our first juicy IPA. We may have no dignity, but we do have a juicy, aromatic, haze craze phenomenon on tap. Enjoy one and celebrate as we bring the haze to the west (Michigan) side!
O.C.P. is the result of a challenge made by Joel's wife: I want a beer that tastes like an oatmeal creme pie. Using oats, marshmallow stuff, and other secret ingredients, O.C.P. was born. Tasting notes: Seriously, it tastes just like an oatmeal creme pie.
If you pour root beer into a square glass, does that turn it into a beer? \r\n\r\nOur newest IPA lets the Citra & Amarillo dictate to create a dry but well balanced IPA with flavors of grapefruit pith, melon and fruit candy.
Pinchtown Porter is our take on a classic style, no frills attached. The chocolate and roast immediately greet your nose and continue through the first sip. Although not overly complex, it is full of the simple excellence that has made this style endure over hundreds of years.
The warm orange/amber color of this RyePA gives way to a welcoming citrus aroma. The initial notes of pine and citrus are balanced out by a slight spiciness from the rye. On the back end, a nice malt character is rounded off with a crisp, hoppy, and refreshing finish.
A blend of red varieties grown on Old Mission Peninsula in Northern Michigan. Fruit forward and spicy aromas are followed by flavors of raspberry, blackberry and vanilla. Dry, medium-bodied with soft tannins and a mild oak finish. \r\n\r\n\r\nOak Treatment: 12 months in mostly neutral French oak; some new and two year old American and Hungarian oak.\r\n
Renny is a renegade, breaking the mold for Double IPAs. Deceivingly light in both color and body, this West Coast style DIPA starts with pine and citrus in the nose. These elements then carry into the mouth with added notes of grapefruit and a pleasantly dry finish.
Salted Caramel Porter. What starts as a traditional porter takes a turn once caramel and salt are added to this brew. The use of chocolate malt even gives it flavors of chocolate that reminds you of a piece of candy.
Our India Pale ale catches the eye with its copper to orange color. The hoppy nose is rounded out with notes of citrus and pine. Medium bodied, Shifting Sands is not overwhelmingly bitter, but it does contain a lasting bitterness characteristic of its style.
Similar to a Belgian Dubbel, our Belgian Red is Amber in color with fruity aromas and esters that are derived from the yeast strain. Medium bodied and low on the bitterness scale, this beer is malty sweet with flavors of caramel and dark fruits. It
Walter is yellow to gold in color with a light to medium body. The bready, malty aroma is most comparable to white wine or white grapes.
Walter Gets Buzzed is our Walter BlondAle steeped with snickerdoodle coffee (which is specially roasted for us by Magnum Coffee). Light flavors of coffee and snickerdoodle make this a great way to get your (coffee) buzz on!
We took Walter, introduced him to French Saison yeast, and VOILA The aroma has undeniable Belgian qualities and the lemon and pepper notes unquestionably separate this Walter from its American cousin.
We brewed Walter gets Buzzed, our blondale with Magnum\'s Snickerdoodle Coffee Beans and brought it up a notch. 8.5% ABV . Medium mouthfeel and a slight alcohol warmth, Walter\'s Bigger Buzz still has the snickerdoodle coffee flavor that we love about Walter Gets Buzzed.
A medium bodied, off-dry blend of several white grape varieties grown in Michigan. Fruity aromas accented by a hint of oak. Fresh, well balanced and delicous to drink.\r\n\r\nVarietals: Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Gruner Veltliner.