IBU: International Bittering Units; bittering units are a measurement by the Alpha acid content in of the hops used and how long they are boiled in the beer.
Malt: Barley that has been harvested and prepared for the brewing process
Hops: Small herbal flower known for bittering qualities. Popularized in beer in the last 5 centuries.
Yeast: Microorganism responsible for fermentation of beer and wine. Yeast eats sugar, burps out CO2 and alcohol.
ALE: Any beer using a top-fermenting yeast at room temp (68ish degress). Brews in 10-21days Eg. India Pale Ale, Amber Ale, Copper Ale, Pale Ale, Stout, Porter, Brown Ale Lager: Any beer using a bottom fermenting yeast at cool temperatures. Stored at very cold temp for an extended period of time for clarity. EG. Coors, Bud, Pilsner Urquell, Bock beers.
Double Dam IPA
Sharing the name with two of our great Crook County water features, this Double IPA offers the beer lover an intense hop profile coupled with deep malt notes. The Double Dam will make you swear you’re chewing on a portion of last year’s hop harvest. ABV 7.75% • IBU 90
Show Me the Honey Wheat
Brewed not only with wheat malt and 2-row but specialty honey malt; this is a wheat ale with a twist. Best enjoyed cold, with crushed oranges in the glass; you’ll find the essence of banana and clove produced by the yeast during fermentation blends with notes of coriander creating a small ray of summer sunshine. ABV 4.7% • IBU 40
Prinetucky Pale Ale
Light and crisp, this pale ale has a clean hop profile throughout. Spiced gently with Nugget and Crystal hops, it’s a brew that will keep you refreshed through a hot Central Oregon Day or by bbq at the lake. ABV 5.2% • IBU 41
Last Day IPA
This IPA was released to celebrate 12/21/12. Dry hopped lightly and bittered with Magnums over a very light malt bill give this IPA a very light color but a very clean bite. Apparently we’re all living in an alternate universe so why not enjoy it with this tasty IPA. ABV 6% • IBU 60
Bandit Springs Stout
Deep and dark in color but smooth and full of roasted notes. This is stout brewed in the Irish style with characteristic oatmeal and roasted barley, this dry stout will keep your boots stomp’n the trail all the way out to Bandit Springs. ABV 4.3% • IBU 41
Brewed with 6 varieties of malt and a lot personal pride, we’ve crafted this beer to build lots of lasting winter memories. One sip will lead your mouth from flavors of dark fruit to the grain fields of the Midwest and on to a fine malty finish with a hint of dark cocoa. Will your winter warmer be a Shnocker? ABV 9.25% • IBU 59
Better Off Blonde Ale
A traditional blonde ale spiced delicately with just the right amount of hop to deliver a crisp yet malty finish. Enjoy! ABV 3.4% • IBU 18
Little Red Riding Ale
Deep Red in color and filled with note of amber caramel and toffee. Deep red malts offer this make this beer smooth and clean with just a hint of fruitiness at the end. Take another sip and you’ll think you’re in candy land. ABV 5.4% • IBU 40
2017 C.W. Schnocker 22oz Bottles
Deep red winter warmer ale aged in a C.W. Irwin bourbon barrel. Strong bourbon accents meld with spicy oak undertones accenting hints of malt and dark fruit for a true knockout winter ale. At 10.5% ABV this is the bottle that gives back. Will your beer be a Schnocker? ABV 10.5%
Aces Pineapple Cider
Tart and tangy with lots of pineapple flavor you’ll savor. Careful if you have one, you’ll want 3.
This is a traditional German Doppelbock grain bill fermented with our house ale yeast at a cool temperature. A few sweet caramel notes with hints of chocolate warm the palate while the use of ale yeast keeps this beer from being too sweet.
ABV 8.0% • IBU 19
Steins (Steens) Pilsner
Pronounced “Steens” and named after Crook Counties famous landmark Stein’s Pillar. Brewed with imported German pilsner malt and fermented with traditional Saaz hops and fermented with Czech Pilz yeast to bring you the smooth and satisfying flavor of the homeland.
ABV 4.9% • IBU 36
Rich porter brewed with 6 varieties of malt and finished with Vanilla
5.4% ABV ~18IBU
Elemental Blood Orange Cider
Fruit Cider6.5% ABV
Wild & Scenic Witbeir
Traditional cloudy witbeir fermented with Oregon Apricots and named in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.
44POINT3 Session IPA
Slightly amber in tone brewed with judicious use of hops and lots of aroma from Yakima Valley Crystal Hops. A great entry level or “Session IPA”
Barrel Aged Sour Wheat Ale
A delicately balanced Wheat Ale barrel soured on Oranges to enhance fruitiness while keeping balanced tart notes. Very light and crisp.
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