While it’s tough to define a Midwestern-style IPA, most examples exhibit a balanced malt character with some depth and complexity and are hopped at similar rates as West Coast IPAs. Our take includes Nugget, Columbus, Summit, and Chinook hops. Cheers!
Rubus Raspberry Wheat
4.8% ABV 9 IBUs
Enjoy a tart ale made from 50% wheat malt, noble hops, German ale yeast, and a fresh all-natural raspberry puree! Expect almost zero bitterness, perfect for summer.
Enjoy a Refreshing and Gluten-Free Seltzer blended with Key Lime and Fresh Lemon flavors!
Sullivan Falls IPL
7.5% ABV 69 IBUs
India Pale Lagers share the same strong hop aromas and flavors found in IPAs. But what sets them apart is IPLs are brewed with clean lager yeast, giving them a more crisp, easy-to-drink quality.
New Moon India Black Ale
6.5% ABV 71 IBUs
Black IPA or The American black ale is characterized by the perception of caramel malt and dark roasted malt flavor and aroma. Fruity, citrus, piney, floral and herbal characteristics contribute to the overall experience.
Hellbender Traditional German Bock
6.8% ABV 24 IBUs
Bock beer in general is stronger than your typical lager, with more of a robust malt character with a dark amber to brown hue. Hop bitterness is assertive enough to balance, though does not get in the way of the malt flavor.