We’re constantly composing a symphony of suds, sours and seltzers. Check back frequently to find out what’s on tap.
What sounds good? Our beermaestro will be happy to pour something that resonates with your taste buds.
A dry-hopped American session-style pale ale with a taste that has no need of amplification. Floral and citrus notes and a crisp, light refreshing taste round out this simple melody. Gluten reduced.
Squeeze Play East-Coast IPA
Tropical on the nose and fruity on the mouthpiece. A great, low-bitter IPA for wetting the whistle before belting out a few bars of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.”
Black Friday Irish Stout
This traditional, toasty, malty, Irish Stout is mocha-like, featuring chocolate and coffee notes. Yes, it might be dark, but it’s easy drinking. Not heavy at all. Perfect for those who’d rather sip than shop.
Jam Session Sour
Start riffing and somehow you get a sour that tastes like a liquid sweet tart. With minimal hop flavor, the free-flowing notes of the fruit take the lead. So even if you’re not a sour fan, try this. Because that’s what improvisation is all about. Ask your server about today's flavors.
Enigma Double Brown English Ale
Malty, caramel taste and smooth, mellow finish, but not quite the profile of an English brown ale—making this one as curious as Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations. Gluten reduced.
Tiny Bubbles Hard Seltzer
Not into beer? We may not understand, but we do accept! Tiny Bubbles is our hard seltzer offering. Ask your server about the current flavor.
We cold-steeped our Belgian wheat beer on coriander, orange peel and chamomile. It gives this light-colored, easy ABV, traditional witbier a perfectly balanced taste. Because in Minnesota, you have to embrace the cold.
Paganini Italian Pilsner
Unlike a more traditional pilsner, an Italian pils is dry-hopped. Avoiding the heat from earlier in the brew cycle helps preserve the more delicate floral and citrus notes from the hops. If you're looking for "pizza beer" seek no farther.
Two-Pac Traditional West Coast IPA
Assertive bitterness met with citrus, pine and grapefruit peel that comes out in mad beats and bars. A west coast style worthy of a west coast namesake.
Naughty Santa Holiday Ale
This big, dark, strong Belgian ale steeped on cocoa nibs for most of the time that Santa's elves were doing their work. Now available, if you want to be on the Naughty list.
JS Bach. Bock beer. That’s a homonym too perfect to pass up. Made with traditional Bavarian lager yeast, Munich malt and Hallertauer hops, this dark wonder has some ABV kick while remaining the sweet, liquid bread it was meant to be. You’ll have fun just ordering this one.