A light, clear Kolsch-style ale with a champagne-like mouthfeel, fruity nose, and refreshing finish.
Washington Beer Awards® Bronze Medal Winner 2016 & 2021: Golden or Blonde Ales!
Northwest IPA with a classic citrusy, slightly dank hop character with a medium caramel malt body and spruce on the finish.
A big, bold beer with lots of roasted malts and just the right hop balance.
Sip Magazine Best of the NW 2016 & 2020 Gold Award Winner: Stout
A modern Northwest IPA with a light crisp malt bill and notes of citrus, pear, and white pepper.
A hazy IPA that’s double-dry-hopped with Idaho Gem that packs it with pineapple and stone fruit flavors.
This beer starts with Chinook hops in the boil, laying down a clean bitterness and background notes of pine and citrus. Dry hopping with a heavy dose of Cashmere hops adds bright hop flavor and aroma in the fermenter without added bitterness. The Cashmere brings flavors of lemongrass, melon, and pineapple to the party. The Sounders are in the playoffs and we are all in for the win!
Collaboration with Logan Brewing Company
Warm up during this cold Seattle winter with our newest collab: ‘Mexican Hot Chocolate’ Stout! Our friends at Logan Brewing headed up from Burien to brew this take on the classic Mexican winter warmer. We took an otherwise unassuming vanilla milk stout and dosed it with loads of cinnamon bark from Glass Distilling, cocoa nibs from Theo, and roasted habanero peppers from Centro Neighborhood Kitchen. Chocolate and cinnamon aromas greet the nose with rich malt flavors and just enough heat to complement the semi-sweet finish.
A Czech-style light lager with a dry, biscuit malt profile and just a touch of citrusy Cascade hops.
A medium-bodied hazy IPA with a peach blush in color. Flavors of raspberry, lemon, and a touch of spearmint. There is some sweetness in the aromatics, but it’s drier on the palate than comes across the nose.
The Northwest IPA that dreams are made of. A slight caramel malt balances big hop flavor from classic Northwest “C-Hops” featuring flavors of grapefruit. pine, and spice. A firm, but not too assertive, bitterness hits just the right notes and begs you to have another.
This dark lager owes its color to Midnight Wheat, a dark roasted wheat malt that provides hints of chocolate, coffee, and roastiness in an otherwise smooth drinking lager.
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Flavors of dark chocolate, toffee, hazelnut, caramel, roasted malt, black pepper.
This straw-colored pale ale begins with aromas of peach and apricot, leading into flavors of peach, melon and a little pine. Overall a bright and refreshing summer concoction