Rubicon Imperial Rye IPA
There’s no turning back once you taste the jubilant hop and subtle rye flavors in this intense yet highly drinkable IPA. The clean malty backbone firmly supports the strong and complex flavors of Amarillo, Cascade and Magnum hops while the rye malts add understated heartiness.
Lava Mtn Russian Imperial Stout
Like Pahoehoe lava that forms smooth undulating masses, Lava Mtn is smooth, velvety and full-bodied with fruity notes that meld deliciously with the roasty character ending with a pleasant lingering dry and hoppy finish. Named after Lava Mtn near Palmer.
Crisp and refreshing with medium-high carbonation featuring earthy yeast tones, subtle spicy character and dry finish. Named after Sheep Mtn near Palmer.
The first beer we brewed. It has become our Anniversary ale. Balanced with subtle fruit and hop flavors, it finishes with a crisp and clean taste featuring organic ingredients.
This is a smooth light beer with an emphasis on apple pie spices and a touch of apple flavor resulting in a delicious ale for the holiday season.
An amber-style beer with earthy tones, medium-low hop bitterness and a clean malt profile. Name inspired by view from Matanuska River Park in Palmer.
A style-defying higher gravity ale with low hop bitterness and a malty caramel backbone. Named after High Ridge Lake in Palmer. Order by the bottle Online
Mandarina Bavaria hops lend citrus tones plus grapefruit adds just the right amount of fierce brightness. Named after Alaska’s endearing mammal.
The mild roastiness and chocolate character is right on track in this substantial yet restrained soft and satisfying dark ale. Named after Locomotive No 5 in downtown Palmer.
The fruity, spicy and somewhat sweet alcohol flavors combine to create a complex and effervescent Belgian strong ale with a dry finish. Named after the scientific name for Alaska’s Dall Sheep.
Pilsner malts lay the foundation for showcasing the floral Saaz hops and noble Perle hops. This is a complex yet well rounded Bohemian-style pale lager with an elegant hop bitterness. Prost!