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Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

The Hoporter is at once balanced and drinkable, yet complex and dangerous. Pairing rich, dark malts with zesty American hops in an amazingly quaffable 7.6% abv. $4.74 for an 8 oz snifter.  No happy hour.

Hot Laps Session IPA

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

This light, refreshing session ale was brewed with El Dorado, Mosaic, Triple Perle and Columbus hops to give a refreshing, slightly fruity, citrus hop flavor. A great beer to enjoy after a day of spring hot laps on the slopes of Summit County. Lap it up… 4.5% abv

Chili Lager

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

A light, crisp Mexican-style lager with over 33 lbs of fresh roasted green chilies.  Jalapeno, poblano, anaheim, habenero and even some sweet-n-spicy Fresno chilies.  The chilies this season were on the mild side, so while it smells of spicy green chili, the flavor is actually quite mild and very drinkable. On Tap March 7, 2015.

Summit County Saison

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

An Imperial Saison.  This Belgian farmhouse ale was brewed with additions of lemongrass, clove, ginger, and rosemary and fermented with a Belgian Saison yeast producing a spicy but smooth farmhouse character at a dry 7.8% ABV. $4.75 8 oz snifter. $3 sampler. No happy hour

Chocolate Milk Stout

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

This small batch stout was brewed with Leadville’s Daring Chocolate Company organic Nicaraguan cocoa nibs and milk sugar to give you a nice, smooth, chocolaty-sweet treat you can enjoy till the cows come home. 5% abv $4.75 8 oz snifter. $3 sampler.  No happy hour. Will probably run out by March 8, 2015.

Safety Meeting Barleywine

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

A collaboration brew created by all Summit County breweries and dedicated to Summit Search & Rescue.  Northern Brewer & Mosaic hops, dates, figs, Belgian candy sugar, Munich & Special B malts. 10.1% abv. Served in snifters.

East Wall ESB

Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

This Extra Special British Ale was brewed using imported British malts and hops for a mild flavor balanced between toasty, fresh-baked biscuit like malts and earthy, floral hops. ~ 5.7% ABV.

Exit 205 Ale

Friday, July 25th, 2014

Very light in color and body but greets the nose with a rich aroma of mild, toasted malts and fresh, citrusy hops. It starts with a nice, fresh orange-grapefruit flavor but finishes light and dry, clean and crisp. 5.8% abv