Steel Bender Apple Cider

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Made with 100%, not-from-concentrate apple juice. We don’t add any sulfites or sugar and let the juice and yeast shine. Intense apple flavor dominates with just a hint of strawberry and melon. A semi-sweet finish … Read More

Royalty Hazy IPA

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A beer fit for a king or queen. Soft, juicy, and bursting with flavors of fresh lemon-lime, ripe melon, mango juice, passion fruit, and grapefruit. The plethora of flavors are brought out on a platter … Read More

Pilsner Roja

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German malts and Noble hops are brewed to produce this copper colored, medium bodied beverage with hints of toasted malt.

Summer Session

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Nothing says Summer like a fresh peach! Brewed with German Tettnanger Hops and then dry hopped with New Zealand Wai-iti Hops, this light and refreshing brew starts off slightly tart and then finishes with the … Read More

Raspberry Hard Seltzer

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At just 135 calories and 6.5g total carbs, this invigorating seltzer hits you with wallop of fresh raspberry flavor and finishes with a crisp clean carbonation that is reminiscent of water splashing on your face. To … Read More

La Cumbre Elevated IPA

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Orange and pine carry over from the aroma and saturate the flavor profile. Clean hops flavors, a kiss of caramel, and a nicely balanced bitterness make a beautiful impression on the palate. A drier IPA with fruit … Read More

Hazy Conditions IPA

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Heavy additions of malted and naked oats create a hazy and full bodied beer which pairs well with a generous amount of delicious hops. Ripe peach, lemon zest and malty goodness all come together to … Read More

Black Lives Matter

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Many people think of the Fourth of July as America’s celebration of freedom, but for black people our Fourth of July is Juneteenth. On January 1st, 1863 President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, but unfortunately … Read More