YOU CAN FIND THESE GREAT BEERS ON TAP THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
A beer for anyone at any time: light, crisp, clean… and perfectly delightful. The classic flavor, a product of Saaz hops and lager yeast, goes well with friendly company or freshly mowed grass.
The crowd favorite belgian (white) beer is opaque due to the robust combination of orange peel, coriander, wheat proteins, and yeast floating in perfect harmony. Best with an orange garnish and an easy afternoon. Brewed with 2 row barley, flaked wheat, nugget and saaz hops.
Three varieties of hops create the floral and delicious aroma found in a pint of our IPA. The flavor does not overwhelm the drinker, but may help the overwhelmed drinker. This beer is a summer favorite and a sweet reminder of warmth in the winter. 5 malts including munich and Vienna. Hops include nugget, chinook, and centennial.
This beer is the most predictable - but, in a good way unlike the predictability of spring road construction. This is the pale ale you expect when you ask for a pale ale: balanced. The copper color comes from the mild caramel flavor contrasted by Cascade hops.
Although the namesake of this beer is often forgotten, this beer is not. The body of this beer is as full of flavor as the original Armstead is of water. The caramel and black malts mixed in the beer produce the ideal amber coloring. Enjoyed almost anywhere but Armstead.
This flagstaff porter boasts a coffee and chocolate profile, finished with black currant, made possible by a rich variety of five dark malts. Named for the towering mountains surrounding Beaverhead Brewery, it’s the perfect ending to an outing in the hills or used as a backup option when the weather has other plans.