A light, refreshing beer that still has enough flavor to make you remember why you ordered a second one. There’s a fresh, crisp flavor of light malt with a hint of sweet honey and a light body. A nice citrus hop aroma combines with the malt for the perfect balance enticing you to another sip.
A beer for all occasions: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There’s a smooth malt flavor with subtle roasted malt notes that contribute a bit of dryness as well as providing the deep red hue you would expect. The hops contribute a citrusy aroma and flavor with just enough bitterness to complement the malty sweetness.
Winter was made for stouts. We don’t disagree, but we made our stout for the Spring and Fall— OK, and Summer, too. For a medium body that’s not too filling and a distinctive dry-roasted bitterness in the finish, we put roasted barley and roasted malt to work to create an aroma that defines the character of this beer.
This is an American style Pale Ale: light in body, pale gold in color, with a sweet malt character from the addition of crystal malt. Hops are the center of this beer. This highly hopped pale ale has a bright citrus and pine aroma, which carries through into the flavor, with a subtle fruitiness from the hops.
Well, it’s finally come to this, we knew it had to at some point because everyone loves a good IPA. This IPA is a bold, assertive Northwest IPA that understands what hops and malt are for. Wild Duck IPA has a nice mouthful of hops with a big malt back bone and enough bitterness to hold it all together. Influenced by the home of the American IPA and all the great brewers and breweries of the Northwest, this brew is sure to make you long for the cloudy, wet, rainy days that good beer was made for.