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Fruity & Spicy

IBU 12
OG 12.5
ABV 5.3%


A traditional unfiltered Bavarian (Southern German) style wheat beer. Full bodied and the yeast imparts notes of fruit and spice, (banana and clove overtones)


IBU 45
ABV 6.9%

Citra IPL


An India Pale Lager, dry-hopped exclusively with Citra hops. Think of an IPA with training wheels. Big citrus taste with a smooth finish like a lager.

IBU 39
OG 12.5
ABV 5.3%

Czech Pilsner

A classic Bohemian-style pilsner with a spicy signature of Saaz hops from the Czech Republic.

IBU 65
ABV 6.8%

Mosaic IPA

India Pale Ale

An American IPA dry hopped with mosaic hops which give strong tropical fruit notes. The malts undercut the bitterness of the hops and leave you with an easy drinking IPA.

IBU 35
ABV 6.1%

What Pales You

Pale Ale

An auburn colored American pale ale with earthy and citrus notes from the use of Ahtanum and Falconer's Flight hops. The perfect temporary solution for whatever ails you.

Light & Refreshing

IBU 17
ABV 5.0%

Buleberry Lager

Fruit Beer

Delicious golden lager infused with blueberry. Clean, crisp and refreshing!

IBU 17
OG 11.8
ABV 5.0%

Golden Export

Dortmunder Lager

A Gordon Biersch classic. This classic German - Helles style lager is our lightest and most refreshing beer, delicately hopped with a clean crisp finish. If you were walking down the streets of Munich and simply order a beer, you would get something just like this.


IBU 30
ABV 6.0%

Hazelnut Brown

Brown Ale

A slightly sweet brown ale with toasted malty notes. Espresso and hazelnuts were roasted in house and added post fermentation to give off a slight nutty and coffee finish.

IBU 18
ABV 5.7%


A Gordon Biersch classic. This is an original Oktoberfest style lager.  It is an extremely smooth, auburn colored Bavarian lager with a mildly sweet Munich Malt finish.

IBU 25
OG 11.2
ABV 4.7%


Schwarz, meaning 'black' in German, is a light bodied dark lager with a dry, roasted coffee-like finish. This style is often referred to as 'The Pilsner of dark beers'.