GBCo. Hours of operation
TUES — THURS

3 — 10 p.m.

FRI — SAT

11 a.m. — 11 p.m.

SUNDAY

11 a.m. — 8 p.m.

Note: The kitchen closes an hour early Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

THE BEER

Our beer is brewed in a 7 barrel (31 gallons per barrel) brewhouse
in Goshen, Indiana.

We brew a variety of traditional styles blended with unique ingredients, including barrel-aged and sour beers.

 

GBCo. TAP LIST as of 8/17/18

Fill your growler or take a crowler can to go!

 

 

Smoke on the Canal

Style: Piwo Grodziskie

Description: Traditional style oak-smoked wheat, light body. Brewed in collaboration with Homebrew Club contest winners, Jonny & Winston.

ABV: 4%   IBUs: 28

 

Heritage

Style: Kolsch-style

Description: Crisp, easy-drinking, slightly malty and clean. Made with all German malt and hops.

ABV: 4.4%   IBUs: 22

 

Stay Afloat

Style: NEIPA

Description: Session IPA perfect for a leisurely paddle. Brewed with lactose and Citra, Simcoe, and Pacific Jade hops.

ABV: 4.5%   IBUs: 34

 

Malibu

Style: IPA

Description: Hoppy, hazy, and delicious, with pineapple and passion fruit notes.

ABV: 5.3%   IBUs: 41

 

2nd Opinion

Style: IPA

Description: Crisp and bright, floral, lemon, and bread. Time for a new perspective on lagers!

ABV: 5.7%   IBUs: 23

 

Millrace Hefe

Style: Hefeweizen

Description: Light cloudy crisp beer. Banana, wheat, and a bit of clove spice.

ABV: 5.8%   IBUs: 21

 

Soup of the Day

Style: New England IPA

Description:  A hazy stew of Centennial, Cascade, Columbus, and Citra hops.

ABV: 6.6%   IBUs: 42

 

Lalo Cura

Style: IPA

Description:  Made in collaboration with the band Lalo Cura. This beer is rocked out with floral citrus and fresh cut grass notes.

ABV: 6.7%   IBUs: 45

 

Stone Bridge Stout

Style: American Stout

Description:  Bittersweet chocolate, nuttiness from English malts and a dry finish.

ABV: 6.8%   IBUs: 49

 

Old Soul

Style: Wee Heavy Scotch Ale

Description: Big, rich, full-bodied beer with caramel and oats.

ABV: 8.9%   IBUs: 19

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ABV = Alcohol by volume
IBUs= International Bitterness Units (range from 1-100, higher = more bitterness)