Belgian Tripel Dubbel was introduced for our first anniversary celebration on November 14th, 2015. It is true to the Trappist style first mastered by Belgian monks, this beer is malty and rich. Belgian yeast creates a full-bodied and full of flavor beer. A small bit of coriander adds a hint of pepper.
Hopperation: Black Hops is a smooth Session style IPA. It has a rich dark black color and a smooth slightly hoppy taste.
Our Raspberry Imperial Stout is made with raspberries sourced from the Farmington Farmers & Artisans Market. It was one of our first brews and re-released for our 1st anniversary on November 15th, 2015 and again on our 2nd anniversary on November 11, 2016. It has a full-bodied rich roasted flavor with a hint of fresh […]
Our first gluten free beer. The Blonde Otter Gluten Free is a Belgian-inspired IPA brewed with rice instead of grain. We must mention that while all the ingredients are gluten free, we still made it in the same equipment as the other beers.
Motor Mouth is a rich dark Coffee Stout. It is made with 20 pounds of Ethiopia Yirgacheffe coffee beans roasted right here in Michigan by the Great Lakes Coffee Roasting Company.
Our Red Ale with added peppers!!! It is a slightly sweet and malty beer with a dark copper color with a spicy zap!
Our brewer Brad made his own first creation – a session IPA in a Firkin. He made up his own hop additions, Simcoe, Galena and Citra. We are looking forward to seeing what it tastes like!
ESB is a traditional English style ale that is dark yet leaning toward hoppy in flavor. It’s great. ‘Nuff Said!
Now serving Lavender Lemonade 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 […]
Malbec is a a dry red with jammy fruitiness, medium body and an Earthy finish from Fenton Winery
The House Rules Pale Ale is the tall, dark and handsome of beer. It’s smooth all the way through, moderately hopped and has characteristics of California common style ales. It’s medium body makes it very drinkable and it finishes with a refreshing biscuit flavor.