Another of our Team Innovation Programs - originally brewed by Michael, our co-founder and Director of Sales/Marketing. As the original amber lager, Wiener Beers (aka Vienna lagers) were among the most popular beer styles prior to Prohibition. With a beautiful reddish copper color and a malty, slightly toasty aroma, this Wiener Beer will lure you right in. A rich malt complexity and slight toasty/nutty character are balanced out with just enough hop bitterness to avoid becoming overly sweet.
We've been letting McSwick age and so far...he's getting better with age! 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.
To achieve Almond Joy, we take our Let Me Fetch an Oatmeal Stout (L.M.F.A.O. Stout) and add toasted coconut and cocoa nibs. The use of nitro makes this beer exceptionally smooth and creamy. With a dark brown to black color, a perfect visual balance is achieved with this beer's tan and creamy head.
Our very first ESB - and the first beer from our Team Innovation Program! Crafted by our team member Jeff, Alright, Alright, Alright, is a sharp looking ESB, with a copper color and brilliant clarity. Medium-bodied, this beer has aromas of earthy hops and caramel. The aromas carry through into the flavor, with a great balance of earthy hops, caramel/toffee, and baked bread.
Walter Blondale + fresh apricots. Tart and extra smooth as it is served on Nitro.
A drinkable English Red Ale infused with oak characteristics after spending nine months in second use bourbon barrels. The oakiness deceives, making you feel as though this is a bigger beer, but the ABV allows you to drink it all night long.
Bourbon barrel aged Majestic Beast Imperial Stout. Need we say more?!
Our Renny DIPA is light and crushable, so we had to find out what happens when it spends 9 months in a second use bourbon barrel. Stay tuned to find out!
Our Walter BlondAle aged for 9 months in second-use bourbon barrels.
Walter Gets Buzzed aged for 9 months in second-use bourbon barrels.
We brewed our 1,000 batch of beer here at Pigeon Hill Brewing Company. To commemorate, we brewed something special which is perfect for the holidays- a barley wine! Inspired by traditional American Barleywine recipes, it is light amber in color with flavors of malt, dried fruit, dark caramel and toffee. The mouthfeel definitely has an alcohol warmth and some hop bitterness on the back end.
Clean, crisp and delicately-balanced lager with subtle hop character. Our brewer's favorite style of beer to make!
Our experimental IPA! Every batch we continue to tweak the recipe and change up the hops, yeast and grains. This time around we brewed it with Amarillo & Cascade hops & pitched the same yeast that we use to make our hazy IPA. The result? Aromas of citrus and grapefruit lead way to a balanced, bitter finish.
This well balanced cider smells of tart apples and contains a medley of cinnamon, pecans and vanilla. Allergy alert- contains pecans!
Our moderately strong golden ale has subtle Belgian complexity and a slightly sweet malty flavor. Fruity esters and spice aromas continue into the flavor, where they combine with a light hint of bubblegum. The medium-bodied mouthfeel with moderate alcohol warmth is rounded out with a refreshingly dry finish.
A winter wheat brewed with dried cranberries and orange peels. Aromas of lemon, citrus & herb create a complex bouquet to this fun, light bodied wheat. Brewed by Becky, Dylan & Tim as part of the Team Innovation Program.
This clean and malty Bohemian Pilsner is a bolder, hoppy version of the traditional American pilsner. The use of Saaz hops provides Besto with a balanced bouquet that simultaneously contains floral and spicy notes. A medium-bodied beer, Besto's straw yellow color is reminiscent of the most traditional American beers.
Rustic Farmhouse ale brewed w/ Kveik, a Norwegian yeast. Golden in color, the yeast creates traditional fruit esters one would expect from a farmhouse ale while the amarillo hops offer a light grapefruit pithy bitterness & citrus character.
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
"That's what I said...Brut-y Traps!" A beer style that was created a few months ago and has been taking off like wildfire. A Brut IPA, which is like the champagne of beers is bone dry, super fragrant, and has no residual sugar. We brewed this with Citra & Mosaic hops- it drinks way too easily!
Our take on a Mexican lager. Pale straw in color with grainy-malt flavors and a crisp finish. Squeeze the lime into it!
Our brewer Chris aimed to brew his version of peaches
Formerly known as Your Grandma on French Toast and YGOFT, Cinna-Gram is our imperial stout with pure maple syrup, cinnamon and vanilla that has been barrel aged in bourbon barrels until the beer reaches that perfect age where everything melds together into a delectable beer that is as delicious as grandma's french toast.
Formerly known as Your Mom on French Toast and YMOFT, we also occasionally call this the 'Morning After Stout,' because it's a perfect way to ease the pain on the morning after a night of celebrating. By combining our Majestic Beast Imperial Stout with maple, vanilla, and cinnamon, we created a beer that is both bold and comforting, reminiscent of the perfect family breakfast. As we like to say - it is just as delicious as mom's french toast.
Clean, crisp and delicately-balanced lager with subtle hop character. Our brewer\'s favorite style of beer to make!
Coconut, caramel, and chocolatey notes. It's like our favorite girl scout cookie in a pint glass!
We added Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee from Magnum Roastery in Spring Lake, MI to add a balanced coffee flavor to our LMFAO (Let Me Fetch an Oatmeal) Stout, an already extremely drinkable nitro oatmeal stout.
This English-style pub ale is named after our good friend Colin . . . He's British. Light and bready in the nose, this ale is served on nitro for a silky smooth mouthfeel. A sessionable beer, Colin is meant to be consumed with friends around the bar - Just like in the UK!
A deliciously dark, tart, and fruity concoction designed for our fourth anniversary party. Will it return? Only time shall tell.
Historically, doppelbocks were high in alcohol and sweet, thus serving as "liquid bread" for monks during times of fasting, when solid food was not permitted. Our doppelbock is dark brown with ruby highlights, has a creamy, persistent head, and an aroma that is intensely malty with some alcohol presence. Rich and malty with no detectable hop flavors, it has slight toasty, chocolate-like characteristic with dark fruit (plum) flavors.
This smooth lager catches the eye with its light straw color. A moderate bitterness and crisp dry finish provide a nice balance to the overall light mouthfeel.
This Double IPA is a voluptuous hop bomb with a striking orange color, reminiscent of the sun glowing off sandy dunes. The aroma, full of honey, pine, umami, and stone fruit, immediately draws you closer to your Double Dunes. The hops make their presence known in the mouth, with a flavor that balances between piney, resiny, and pithy. The finish is then rounded out by a slight alcohol warmth.
The high gravity version of O.C.P. (Oatmeal Creme Pie). Sweet, rich, and full of oatmeal creme pie deliciousness. So good we named it Double Oh C.P.!
A classic daiquiri on draft with PH's white rum. Lemon, Lime, sugar and white rum= a classic daiquiri. Served on draft. No growler fills
Pigeon Hill Vodka, Michigan made BRIX ginger beer & lime- we've got a classic cocktail now on draft
A draft cocktail made with Pigeon Hill's vodka! Light, refreshing and way too easy to drink- this is perfect for a hot summer day!
Try our latest draft cocktail on tap: PH Vodka with Michigan Tart Cherries and Lemonade. No growler fills.
Our Edward Hopper is an Imperial Pilsner that has pleasant aromas of herb and tropical fruit from the use of six varieties of hops. Flavors that touch your palate include mango, pine, and resin before the slightly dry finish. Edward Hopper was created in collaboration with the Muskegon Museum of Art.
Feisty Latina, named after our oh-so-feisty taproom manager, starts with our Majestic Beast Imperial Stout. We then add Mexican cocoa nibs, ancho peppers, guajillo peppers (mild spice with a subtle dark fruit character), vanilla and cinnamon. The result is sweet, slightly spicy and complex.
A festbier is a smooth, clean, German style lager brewed for special occasions. It is a light bodied beer with moderate malty richness with an emphasis on toasty, doughy aromas and flavors. This style is brewed for festivals because, at the end of the day, it's just so easy to drink!
Beautiful deep red color. All UK fuggle hops. That's how you make a Fuggly Good Looker. The use of an English yeast strain gives this beer many unique qualities, starting with the notes of dark fruit, plum, and chocolate in the nose. The aroma is followed by flavors of light roast and chocolate with a slight malty sweetness on the back.
Although it is light straw in color it was brewed with fresh cranberry juice an dwill pair perfectly with Thanksgiving dinner! Brewed with an experimental yeast used in the wine industry- you\'ll puck up the flavors of grape and cranberry. This is not a traditional sour that makes your mouth totally pucker up. Instead, it has a very light acidity that is reminiscent of biting into an apple.
Ever met a crushable Double IPA? Now you have. We took our Renny
The always delicious Shifting Sands IPA with a splash of grapefruit for a refreshing twist!
2019 Harvest ale features fresh Michigan Centennial hops from West Michigan Hopyards (Kent County). Slightly pale in the color, the Centennial hops are present but don't overwhelm the palate thanks to the malty sweetness. Smells like you're walking through the hop farm during harvest season.
We took our No Diggnity IPA and turned it up a notch. We bring you the Double IPA version of our hazy IPA! HAZE YOU GUYS!!!
Pigeon Hill’s Spiked Seltzer- check the board for today’s flavor
Holy Union is our first dry hopped kettle sour. Yellow to copper orange in appearance, the use of Amarillo and Australian summer hops result in aromas of peach, orange, and white wine. A balance of hops and sourness create the sensation you'd get from a sweet tart with a mix of tropical fruit and grapefruit citrus.
Our Holy Union kettle sour with a healthy dose of real peaches!
This hoppy wheat beer has a hazy gold color, like the sun glowing down on hot sand. Notes of mango, tropical fruit, and slight citrus in the nose remind us of a warm day on the beach. In the mouth, a firm bitterness and tropical fruit notes give way to a dry finish. If there
For the month of November, we created a beer that gives back to our community. We created a hoppy IPA that features some of our favorite hops: Centennial, Columbus & Simcoe!
The high gravity version of Salted Caramel Porter (SCP). The alcohol warmth is present yet enjoyable in this medium bodied porter that taste like a salted caramel. Not overly sweet.
Beautiful deep red color. All UK fuggle hops and a UK yeast strain give this beer many unique qualities, starting with the notes of dark fruit, plum, and chocolate in the nose. The aroma is followed by flavors of light roast and chocolate with a slight malty sweetness on the back.
Jameson Porter is a dark, complex porter that is infused with notes of Jameson Irish Whisky. The chocolate and roast provide a solid base, which is rounded off by a combination of oak and Jameson. The whisky and oak, while not overwhelming, provide this beer with a layer of added complexity while simultaneously helping achieve its smooth finish.
Dark and toasty stout brewed with local Magnum Sumatra Coffee and chocolate. The perfect stout for a winter day
Guest brewers from Kalamazoo Beer Exchange helped us create this American Stout with fresh cacao nibs and aged on Magnum Sumatra Coffee beans. Dark, Roasty & Delicious.
Lager Dave is named after our friend Logger Dave, the lumberjack who milled all of our tables and gave us our bar top. Our first dark lager, this medium-bodied beer is dark brown in color, with ruby highlights and a dark tan head. In the nose, a clean lager character is complemented by hints of chocolate and roast, that carry through into the first sip. These characteristics, combined with a malt forward flavor and clean finish make Lager Dave the perfect winter drinker for any lumberjack.
Brewed and inspired by our beertendER, Nichole, as part of our Team Innovation Program (TIP). The sweet honey notes of this cream ale lay the perfect foundation for fresh lavender. The floral nose and bright golden color bring thoughts of sunshine!
Renny DIPA's little brother, Lil' Renny. Packs all the flavor with less punch! Deceivingly light in both color and body with notes of pine and citrus in the nose. These elements carry through with added notes of grapefruit and a dry finish.
Beautifully gold in color, this medium-bodied pale ale first hits the nose with obvious hop-forward characteristics that carry through with a resiny flavor. Although slightly malty up front, Limp Tail carries through into a dry, hoppy finish.
Named after our good friend Dave Bayes' favorite pony, this is our first India Pale Lager. Although Little Timmy is hop forward, it is the citrus from the hops that define this beer. First you are greeted with a citrusy aroma. Then, as you take a sip, a citrusy flavor greets you, which is rounded out by an extremely clean finish. Much like Dave's pony, this is a beer that is hard not to love.
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.
Lonely Island is our fourth wild ale release. Just to be clear, that means the beer is actually sour. Yes, it really is deliciously tart. With an aroma of sweet ripe mango and pleasant citrus notes, Lonely Island immediately makes us think of island getaways. Flavors of ripe mango and puckering pineapple keep the party going. Medium-light in body, Lonely Island has great clarity and a gorgeous light orange hue.
LongerDays is a Session IPA, named after some friends of ours and brewed for people like us - those who want to enjoy a few beers throughout the longer days of summer, without missing the sunset. Although it is lower in alcohol, LongerDays sacrifices nothing in flavor.
Zack is proud to bring you Luders Bottling Works DIPA as his first contribution to the Team Innovation Program. Malty, smooth, hop forward DIPA that contains honey, Citra and Columbus hops. With a slight alcohol warmth, it let you know you're drinking some high octane beer!
Brewed to commemorate Muskegon’s 150th anniversary. Inspired by the Vienna lager, it’s a light lager caramel in color with hints of toasted bread. #WeAreMuskegon
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.
With a pitch-black color, full body, and medium bitterness, this Imperial Stout teases the tongue with notes of roast and chocolate. In the world of dark beers, this is one majestic beast of a stout.
East Side joins the West Side. McClure's Bloody Mary Mix with Pigeon Hill\'s vodka= a pre-mixed cocktail in a can. \r\n\r\nAvailable in 4-packs throughout the state of Michigan!
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 hope you notice this one... Brewed w/ 30 lbs of local honey, Moonwalking Past Accounting is a Belgian Tripel w/ flavors of coriander, clove, banana. Finishes with a malty sweetness and slight alcohol warmth.
The perfect beer for those summer days motorboatin’ around the lakeshore. A classic wheat with a touch of lemongrass.
A traditional German pale lager that is pale gold in color with a creamy white head. Medium bodied, our Helles has a slightly sweet and smooth malty profile with low hop bitterness . This beer is an easy drinker- Prost!
With its light straw yellow color complemented by a dense white head, this beer is just as refreshing as it looks. Light bodied with a crisp finish, this beer is accentuated by the use of German Perle hops, which gives it a delicate and floral aroma.
Our dear friend Jimmy asked his honey "Will you Bee my Wife" and helped us brew this delicious honey lager in celebration! Beautifully light gold in color, this medium-bodied lager is malt-forward with a touch of sweetness from the addition of honey.
When a beer tastes just like a pineapple milkshake, it tends to bring all the boys (and girls) to the bar! We took our No Diggnity NE style Hazy IPA and brewed it with fresh pineapple and lactose. The result is an even juicier IPA!
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.
Celebrate Fall with OPP! We took our famous Oatmeal Crème Pie recipe and added pumpkins to create this seasonal release. The addition of pumpkin spice makes this real nice!
Through our Marzen-style Oktoberfest we celebrate the great art of celebrating beer itself! This lightly hopped beer has a semi-dry finish that nicely complements its light to medium body. A light caramel and malty sweetness provide a pleasing smooth flavor.
Brewed by our beertender Morgan (aka Mofo) as part of the T.I.P. (Team Innovation Program). Morgan had the opportunity to collaborate and learn how to brew with our brewer Chris. One Sour Mofo is a kettle sour with fresh blueberries. They then added salt to make it a Kettle Sour/Gose hybrid as we'll call it. Refreshing, low in alcohol, slightly tart with a touch of blueberry & salt thanks to the kettle souring and addition of salt. This won't last long in the middle of the summer!
With a light gold color and white cap, this looks like a summer beer. Add in a pleasant floral aroma and the light, crisp refreshing flavor and it's the perfect pint for an afternoon on the patio. A very slight spice from the rye adds just enough depth to make this beer both interesting and refreshing.
\'Tis the season for those delectable orange milk chocolate candy balls. We created the liquid version with our imperial stout, Majestic Beast. Notes of chocolate, roasteand coffee are balanced by the addition of chocolate and light orange flavoring.
P.B. Herman is a loner, Dottie, it's a rebel - It's Amy's way of making a delicious milk/sweet stout so much more fun. Lactose, peanut butter syrup, and dark chocolate combine to create a peanut buttery chocolatey goodness that is balanced out by a toasty dry backbone. It's the beer that the kid inside all of us truly deserves.
This Belgian-style ale is characterized by its light color, medium body, dry finish and the complex aromas created by its specialty yeast. Historically a summertime workingman's beer, the light and refreshing nature of the saison has notes of lemon, pepper and florals.
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.
Our friends from the Fraternal Order of Police inspired this beer as we help them celebrate National Police Week. Light straw yellow in color, this beer is as refreshing as it looks with its dense white head. Grab one and say cheers to all of our local police force on a job well done!
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.
Clear copper in appearance with a signature creamy head as it is served on nitro. Light bodied with notes of toast, nuts and a light raisin fruitiness. Refreshing, yet flavorful. Go ahead, order a pint o Mild!
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 Black, the color of the night sky, begins with an alluring aroma that mixes slight roast and floral characters with the strong American hop notes of pine and citrus. Medium bodied, the taste begins with a lingering, but not overwhelming, bitterness and then ends with a nice dry finish.
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.
This Double IPA first differentiates itself from most DIPAs with its deep red color. The flavor profile then sets this beer further apart from other DIPAs as grapefruit, citrus, tropical fruit, and a nice malt character back up and balance out the lingering hops and solid bitterness that is more characteristic of this style. The alcohol is undeniably present, but not overpowering.
A beautiful golden lager with citrusy hop characteristics that elevate it from your grampa
Imperial Stout + Chocolate + Vanilla + Graham Cracker = S'More Goodness In Your Cup!
Western Expansion Stout + Marshmallow + Graham Cracker = S'More Goodness In Your Cup!
We took an easy drinking stout and made it the stuff of our
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.
Made with 100% chardonnay grapes grown here in Michigan. A medium to full-bodied varietal with a rich, smooth mouthfeel. Flavors of fresh apple and pear, with aromas of vanill\r\na, delicate spice and a hint of toasty oak. \r\n
The official beer of 2019 Seaway Run\r\n A light, crisp, refreshing ale with aromas of citrus & pine thanks to the Centennial & Mosaic hops. Super crushable for after you crush your goals! \r\n
Our take on the classic Sex on a Beach!
Brewed by our assistant brewer Shawn Dodgson as part of the Team Innovation Program! Shawn really loves brown ales and took the opportunity to create one for all of us. Dark, malty, nutty, biscuity and extremely drinkable.
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.
Paying homage to our favorite ride at Michigan's Adventure, this summer IPA has fresh Michigan copper and denali hop giving it a pineapple and stone fruit (apricot/peach) character. The hops also give this beer a balanced yet dry finish.
Showtunes Saison is a higher gravity saison that uses a specialty in-house yeast to create a pleasant bouquet of clove, lemon, and pepper. Showtunes has a spritzy carbonation and is a beer bound to make everyone want to sing and dance.
Skeeter on My Wheater is a pale hazy gold in color, with a lemony and orange peel aroma compliments of the Witbier yeast. Slightly malty with flavors of coriander and wheat bread, this beer is well rounded. We really enjoy hearing people order this beer, so why don't you try one today?
A hoppy brown ale, Snoring Basset is brown in color with ruby edges and a light tan head. The aroma is well-rounded, with lightly hoppy citrus notes balanced by malty caramel notes. Medium-bodied, the beer begins with toasty caramel and chocolate flavors, but ends with a slight hoppy finish.
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
This Imperial Brown Ale is medium brown in color with beautiful ruby highlights. Aromas of brown sugar, caramel, and light citrusy hops greet the nose. Similar flavors and a strong malt backbone finish with a moderate hop bitterness and a little roast.
Our first bottle release. We hope to see it again some day!
This Amber Ale is copper in color and uses centennial hops to achieve a pleasing, though not overly bitter, hoppy flavor. This Stage 5 Clinger won't send you 7,000 text messages or call you at 3am, but it will make you want a second pint.
Every Sunday we tap a keg of something special - check Facebook to see what we are releasing this week! 11/19- LMFAO Stout on NItro+ Vanilla + Caramel
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.
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.
IPA w/ lactose, MI Copper, Amarillo & Mosaic Hops
Brewed especially for one of our BEERtenders, Dylan and his bride Amanda for their wedding day. Extra Rye was added to our Walter Blondale recipe and was then dry hopped with Nelson and Australiam Summer hops. Cheers to Walter says rye do!
Walter + Margarita = Walter-Ita
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.
Our Farmhouse Ale is light straw in color with enticing aromas of flowers, bubble gum, pepper, and clove. The light pepper and clove flavors give way to an extremely dry finish. Farmhouse ales are brewed to be enjoyed during the summer months, so get this one while it lasts!
Named after our expansion project, Western Expansion is our no-gimmicks approach to an American Stout. Notes of chocolate, roast, caramel, and a slight hoppiness combine for comforting aroma. The flavor balances chocolate, coffee, nuttiness, and a nice bitterness brought on by the roasted grains and hops. Rounded out by the full-bodied mouthfeel, this stout is perfect for enjoying on cold winter day.
Whirlwind Wheat is named after the mini wind tunnel that ripped across our patio on a super busy holiday weekend. It sent all of our patio tables and umbrellas flying down the street and left our team and customers in complete shock. Luckily, the only casualties were beer & glassware but we're still scarred from the event. Whirlwind Wheat is brewed with a wheat based grain bill, a touch of honey malt and gets its hop profile from late kettle additions of Mosaic, Michigan Copper & Denali Hops. Adding to the uniqueness it is fermented with our Kolsch yeast strain which offers a dry finish while still letting the malt come through for a nice balance. Aroma is a mix of citrus and tropical fruit with notes of pine.
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.
A light ale brewed with a wild yeast culture, lactobacillus and apricot. The apricot and lactobacillus give this beer subtle flavors of a sour at a way more drinkable level. Slightly tart with a creme mouthfeel thanks to it being served on Nitro.
Wild Rye'd IPA is part of our Team Innovation Program (TIP). The TIP program gives our front of the house staff the learning opportunity to help create a recipe and brew with our talented brewers. Kaylee & Mikayla, aka the Mikaylees, had their heart set on creating a Rye IPA. Light caramel to brown in appearance with a beautiful a tan head, this RyePA has a slight resiny kick from the use of Michigan Copper hops. A few of these makes you want to get wild and crazy!