Our highly anticipated maibock, “May the Bock Be With You” is a light copper colored German style lager, traditionally served in the spring. Our annual Maibock release gets a little extra help from “The Force” this year! Drink or do not, there is no try.
Another test batch available Saturday, April 29th. Rice Rice Baby is a gluten free beer that will remind you of your favorite puffed rice marshmallow treats from your childhood.
Special Release Guava Pale Ale
Join us this Saturday, April 8th as we release a limited test batch of Guava Pale Ale. The weekend forecast calls for patio weather and this beer was made to be enjoyed outdoors!
Available April 7th, 2017! April 7th is National Beer Day! It is also your chance to try our first collaboration beer with Browndog Creamery and Dessert Bar. The Salted Caramel Milk Stout will be available exclusively at both Farmington and Northville Browndog locations.
Available Arpil 1, 2017! All we can say is, it literally tastes like chicken! Cock Bock goes on tap at 2 pm Saturday so make sure you’re here before it flies the coop. It’s completely different than anything you’ve ever had. Not sweet, not bitter, but savory.
Dubliner Weisse is our Irish take on the Northern German Sour style white beer. A great all-day refresher! The Dubliner is light and drinkable with a delicate tang at the end. Try a Berliner flight with raspberry, peach, or the traditional woodruff syrup.
Pip Boi is an easy-going IPA with a lighter body and subtle caramel backing. It is moderately hopped with Warrior, Sorachi Ace, Jarrylo, Amarillo and Belma for a complex, rolling bitterness.
Pond Hopper is a golden brown, medium-bodied pale ale. It is gently bittered with New Zealand hops that provide hints of passion fruit and other warm-weather reminiscent flavors. Pond Hopper is balanced with a caramel-like sweetness and finishes smooth for easy drinkability.
Hops were added every 10 minutes during the brewing process to make this smooth and refreshing Session IPA.
Now serving Ginger Pineapple Kombucha on tap from Neu Kombucha in Farmington. Kombucha is a fermented tea that is a nutrient-rich tonic, as well as a refreshing beverage which dates back 2000 years with Asian origins. Jennie started making Kombucha at the Cacao Tree in Royal Oak in 2010. “I was just making 12oz cups with […]
Specially released for our 2nd anniversary this Barleywine packs a lot of flavor. It has a strong malty flavor followed by the warming sensation attributed to the 11.2% ABV. Barleywine is, indeed, a beer, and an ancient Greek style of beer made from fermented grains. The high alcohol volume of is similar to that of wine […]
Our Cameron’s Wee Heavy Scotch Ale aged for six months in a button barrel. This twist gives our scotch ale a nice vanilla flavor added to the sweet and smooth notes present in our traditional wee heavy. This is a special release for our 2nd anniversary.
The toffee stout is made with mother Mary’s Toffee. It has a chocolaty taste with a salty toffee finish.
Our take on a Polish original, Piwo Grodziskie (pronounced pivo grow-JEES-kee-uh). The only truly Polish beer style around, PiwoGrodziskie (Piwo, Polish for beer, Grodziskie referring to the Grätzer region that made the style popular) is a light-bodied, smoked wheat beer.
An odd name, but not an odd brew. One part California Common and one part American Ale, the “both-both” comes from the use of two yeast strains: an ale yeast to pull out the subtle hop character and a lager yeast to create the unique flavor this beer imparts.
A melomel is a like a cider made without apples. This bad boy is tart, tart, tart! There’s a subtle sweetness from honey. It’s pink, thick, little to no carbonation (or still), and very cloudy. Oh, yeah, it’s also 9.3%!
Silky smooth, full-bodied with roasted notes. Hearty maltiness rounds out the roasted coffee flavors.
Howdy Czech His Pils is our version of the Boy Howdy! It is a Czech Pils made from imported ingredients. It is 5.8% and smooth smooth smooth. Come out and order a cold one to show your support for Boy Howdy: The Story of Creem Magazine,