The hoppy goodness of Streamliner IPA. The spicy boldness of Ring of Fire Green Chile Ale. We believe a little mystery and a lot of delicious boldness goes a long way in brewing our range of quality beers. Which ones will you fall in love with? Try the best craft beer Colorado Springs has to offer and see for yourself.
Below is the list of what’s on tap.
This northern European porter is a lager beer brewed in the tradition of the famous beers of the Baltic states. Lengthy oak barrel aging (13 months) lends silky smoothness to the beer that has roasty chocolate and coffee flavors.
This big beer uses varieties of hops known for their citrus-like and tropical flavors including Sorachi Ace, Citra and Mosaic. The hops are balanced with a hearty amount of malt. “You can’t trust nobody like you trust your dog…” -The Kingbees, ‘My Mistake’
This is our take on the classic American brown ale with layers of roasted and caramel malt flavor that are perfect for crisp fall days. Look for notes of chocolate and toasted bread and a higher level of hoppiness than its English cousin.
A dollar from every glass sold in October goes to Colorado Springs Food Rescue. Aromatic floral and citrus hop notes greet you with hints of gently toasted malt. Maris Otter and crystal rye malt provide subtle sweetness. Restrained hop bitterness gives a thirst-quenching finish.
A rich, complex stout with deep roasted malt notes including coee and chocolate that are
nicely balanced with hops. Oats add silky smooth drinkability. The addition of nitrogen
supplementing CO2 adds to the smoothness and is less filling.
A bunch of pumpkin is added to the batch making a beer with a light amber hue, pumpkin flavor and a flavorful finish from a blend of New Guinea vanilla, Saigon and Indonesian cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, mace, cloves and ginger.
Our take on the crisp, light gold colored lagers of Mexico. It’s a light flavored beer that has mildly sweet maltiness and just a kiss of hops. If you want you can ask your server for a lime. ¡Oralé!
A bushel each of fire-roasted Pueblo-grown Big Jim, Dynamite and Pueblo chilies are added per batch of beer creating a golden hued malty wheat ale with an enticing green chile aroma and flavor as well as hint of warmth.
Our rye pale ale has a tasty blend of ten malts and six hop varieties. The combination of classic British and citrusy American hops is well braced by a full malt body with a good measure of rye.
An imperial version of our Electronic Castaway ginger wheat ale that was aged over a year in Breckenridge whiskey barrels. It’s dry and light bodied with ginger and barrel derived flavor notes including vanilla.
Fermented with a blend of three varieties of brettanomyces yeast and lactic acid bacteria
then aged in a stainless tank for nine months, This beer has yeast derived flavors with
prominent pineapple notes. There’s also a hint of tartness.
One dollar from every glass sold in September goes to Care and Share. This beer is an homage
to a beer we had at the Brauhaus Schmitz in Philadelphia. It’s a sessionable beer that was
aged on pink grapefruit. Subtle tart citrus notes mingle with classic German hefe flavors.
An English-style robust porter that was aged on Montmorency cherries adding a nice level of complexity to this rich and roasty ale. It’s like a cherry cordial in a glass.
This ale was both sour mashed and kettle soured to produce a tart and refreshing beer. After fermentation it was aged on 480 pounds of raspberries giving it a pink color and enticing fresh berry flavor
Weissbier is a Bavarian tradition. Our version is an immensely refreshing and authentic unfiltered wheat beer, delivering the classic weiss aromas of banana and clove flavor. If you’d like a lemon wedge please ask your server
Available: All year
Building on a classic English style and adding some American touches, our IPA is brewed with some serious Colorado attitude. This hoppy, aromatic IPA balances eight different hops with a solid malt backbone.
Available: All year
An English-style Special Bitter that is amber colored with ruby tints. This ale begins with an aroma of English hops, balanced with toasted biscuit malt flavors. The flavor is clean and dry with a pleasing balance of hops and malt.
Available: All year
You may eventually leave our brewery, but you can now take the tastes home with you. Here’s our current lineup of our bottled Colorado Springs beer selections.