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.
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Grab a crowler or fill your growler to go!
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25.4 oz Crowler can = $7
Growlers: 32oz. = $7 & 64oz. = $14
Wind Malt Wit
We used grain from Indiana that was wind and sun dried, then added
hibiscus & orange peel. Notes of cranberry, soft wheat with a zesty finish.
ABV: 5.4% IBUs: 22
All malts and hops are grown in Indiana! Dry, effervescent with a lingering bitterness.
ABV: 5.6% IBUs: 45
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25.4 oz. Crowler can
Growlers: 32oz. = $9 & 64oz. = $18
Kettle Sour Saison
Bright, tart, with Michigan cherries, making it a refreshing summer drink.
ABV: 4.5% IBUs: 8
A tart and tasty tangle of blackberries, lemon zest, lactose, oats, and a hint of cinnamon.
ABV: 6% IBUs: 9
This double dry hopped hazy New England IPA
brewed with Galaxy and Simcoe hops might make you see stars.
ABV: 6.4% IBUs: 45
Orange citrus with complex malt bill. Made with local maple syrup.
ABV: 6.8% IBUs: 45
New England IPA
Hazy, with passion fruit notes and Norwegian kveik yeast. I’d give my right “eye” for one of these!
ABV: 7.1% IBUs: 45
Dark, smooth, creamy, with oats and bold roasted malts. This one could leave you a little hazy!
ABV: 7.3% IBUs: 42
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25.4 oz. Crowler can = $12
Growlers: 32oz. = $14, 64oz. = $25
Big Bad Wolf
Bacon Milk Stout
We smoked the malt, added Jake’s Country Meats’ bacon, and milk sugars.
Pair with a house smoked meal for a delicious experience!
In house sales only, only on Nitro
ABV: 7.7% IBUs: 35
Packed with Idaho 7 and Mosaic hops that contribute grapefruit and papaya flavors with a balanced body.
ABV: 8.6% IBUs: 50
Belgian farmhouse yeast, Indiana Sugar Creek malt and 100 lbs of local Yoder’s strawberries to compliment.
ABV: 8.9% IBUs: 25
Wee Heavy Scotch Ale
Big, rich, full-bodied beer with caramel and oats.
ABV: 9.2% IBUs: 19
ABV = Alcohol by volume
IBUs= International Bitterness Units (range from 1-100, higher = more bitterness)