This West German style ale gives you a splash of flavors like biscuit and lemon grass that come from the combination of hops and yeast. It’ll have you hook, line, and sinker.
Rooted in the Belgian tradition, this Saison is rich in spicy flavors with a solid foundation of malt. True to style, the dry finish leaves your palate wanting more!
Felix et Tenebris
Latin for “happy and dark”, this stout is a dark, roasty, chocolatey beast. The “darkness” of this stout comes from the complex malt variations, giving it an added depth of flavor. The “happiness” comes from the orange slices we threw into the boil, giving it a robust, crisp finish.
While this beer is heavy on your palate, it will enlighten your mind. This Quadruple ale has deep aromas and flavors of raisins and caramel, stemming from the malt. It has hints of cinnamon and spices that pair perfectly with a pipe and a good book. BYOB (Bring your own beard.)
This traditional Belgian style wheat ale embodies the Kendall Whittier district for which it’s named. Brewed with coriander, the flavor shines vibrantly through the malt body.
This IPA will transport you from the landlocked midwest all the way to the beach! With notes of mango juice and white wine, this unique IPA delivers a clean, crisp bitterness from four different hops used. Even though it’s 64 IBU’s, it’ll make you want to wiggle your toes in the sand.
The Hallows Tripel
We must all face the choice of what is right and what is easy. The Hallows Belgian-style Tripel fortunately falls under both. This Old World Ale warms your soul with Honey Biscuit flavors and Noble Hop aromas. The spicy nature bounces off the alcohol warmth, reminding us why the clergy brewed this Ale originally.
Hefty Bison Hefeweizen
This German wheat ale will make you wanna graze all day. The hefty wheat aroma is reminiscent of the Oklahoma prairies while the notes of wet hay, sourdough bread, and subtle clove give this simple quenchable beer a mature complexity. The tart and refreshing finish will make you want to shout PROST!
Highflyer Berliner Weisse
Escape the strict parameters of clean ales and fly over the wall to the side of kettle sours. With initial notes of citrus and limeade, this Northern German style finishes with a malty sweetness.