If you’re craving a delicious craft brew from the keg, but would prefer the comfort of your own home or a social gathering, then stop by our store and grab a growler of one of our 10 beers always on tap. We rotate selections seasonally and offer the best selection in town of many of your favorites. Stop by on Fridays to see What’s on Tap and refill your growler for 10% off!

Here’s what we are currently pouring:

 

  • Stone – 02.02.02 Vertical Epic

    Escondido, California
    In 2002 we began our groundbreaking, millennium-inspired series with Stone 02.02.02 Vertical Epic Ale. This bumped up Belgian-style wit—made all the more alluring thanks to an infusion of orange peel, coriander, a sprinkling of black pepper and a healthy dose of Centennial hops—was a bright way to begin this epic eleven-part vertical tasting.
    – 97 Points, Rate Beer

  • Great Lakes – Oktoberfest

    Cleveland, Ohio
    Cleveland’s celebration of Oktoberfest dates to the mid 1800’s when German immigrants gathered at outdoor beer gardens like Haltnorth’s and Kindvater’s St. Clair Gardens. Our amber lager with rich malt flavor and noble hops honors Cleveland’s diverse cultural heritage.
    – 100 Points, Beer Advocate

  • Oskar Blues – Priscilla Wheat

    Longmont, Colorado
    This AmeriCAN take on the Belgian Classic Wit, featuring orange peel and coriander spice emanated from the basement blues music legacy Dave McIntyre (Oskar Blusologist) built at the original Oskar Blues Grill & Brew in Lyons, CO. On draft for over a decade, Priscilla’s zesty citrus and light fresh baked bread aromas mix with spicy, fruity fermentation. Light bodied with a subtle savory spice accent and a dry, lightly tart finish you can nearly feel the flicker of the neon and sounds of the King. White Wit Wheat.
    – 59 Points, Rate Beer

  • Bells – Two Hearted Ale

    Galesburg, Michigan
    India Pale Ale style well suited for Hemingway-esque trips to the Upper Peninsula. American malts and enormous hop additions give this beer a crisp finish and incredible floral hop aroma.
    – 100 Points, Rate Beer

  • Deschutes – Fresh Squeezed IPA

    Bend, Oregon
    This mouthwateringly delicious IPA gets its flavor from a heavy helping of citra and mosaic hops. Don’t worry, no fruit was harmed in the making of this beer.
    – 98 Points, Rate Beer

  • Great Lakes – Lake Erie Monster Imperial IPA

    Cleveland, Ohio
    Issue a small craft advisory: this South Bay Bessie-inspired brew unleashes a beastly hop attack amid torrid tropical flavors.
    – 98 Points, Rate Beer

  • Bells – Best Brown

    Galesburg, Michigan
    A smooth, toasty brown ale, Best Brown Ale is a mainstay in our fall & winter lineup. With hints of caramel and cocoa, the malt body has the depth to stand up to cool weather, but does not come across as heavy. This balancing act is aided by the generous use of American hops.
    – 90 Points, Rate Beer

  • Dry Ground – Lonesome Ornery & Mean Black IPA

    Paducah, Kentucky
    Smells of roasted carrots with mole. Feels soft and subtle with scrubby bubbles. Tastes like bitter dark chocolate evaporating to a lingering bitter (like a visit from your mother-in-law).
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  • Boulevard – Single-Wide IPA

    Kansas City, Missouri
    Boulevard Single-Wide I.P.A. is our take on a style that originated in 18th century Great Britain. This American version—inspired by our Smokestack Series Double-Wide I.P.A.—boasts a heady combination of six varieties of hops, some of which were employed for dry-hopping.
    – 89 Points, Rate Beer

  • Dark Horse – Smells Like A Safety Meeting Imperial IPA

    Marshall, Michigan
    S.L.A.S.M. is our most Aromatic IPA. This India Pale Ale is very reminiscent of the hop’s cousin in the Mulberry family. Lots of hop aroma with just the right amount of bitterness as we like to keep balance around here. Between the secret blend of the most DANK hops we can get our hands on and a “more than healthy” dose of double dry hopping, this beer can be announced to the nose from across the room that someone is definitely having a Safety Meeting.
    – 93 Points, Rate Beer