— Tap List —
Pale ale / ipa
Hoppy Trails Juicy Pale Trails End / 20 Corners Woodinville, WA 5.5% 3.5 / 5 / 10
Trails End new house beer brewed by 20 Corners! Hoppy Trails offers a distinctive twist on the classic pale ale. Juicy in appearance with fruity and tropical notes jumping out of the glass at you from the Azacca, Amarillo, Citra, & Cascade hops. This juicy pale features all the wonders of an IPA but without any lingering bitterness! Hard to just have one…..Cheers
Universale Pale Ale Fremont Brewery Seattle, WA 5.6% 3.5 / 5 / 10
Offers a distinctive NW twist on the classic pale ale, using a select blend of pale roasted malt and Old-World malts balanced with classic Northwest hops to achieve a heavenly beer of rich malt flavor and hop spice.
Luponic Distortion IPA Firestone Walker Paso Robles, CA 5.9% 3.5 / 5 / 12
Revolution No. 009 is a showcase for “public domain” hops from the United States and Germany, offering a fresh twist on some not-so-familiar favorites. “I am passionate about public domain hops that may not have the cachet of their privatized brethren, but that are cooler than some might think,” says Brewmaster Matt Brynildson.
Bodhizafa IPA Georgetown Brewing Seattle, WA 6.9% 4 / 6 / 15
This IPA gets its light silky texture from rolled oats. The flavor and aroma both express mandarin and citrus all around. Over five pound of hops per barrel makes this IPA truly Bodhilicious.
Stay West IPA Breakside Brewery Portland, OR 7.0% 4 / 6 / 15
True to the pacific - citrusy, refreshing, kinda magical. This beer is their liquid love letter to the dank, citrusy, and dry versions of the West Coast IPA. SoCal-by-PNW in inspiration, it is a showcase of the amazing flavors that can come when classic hop flavor meets contemporary varietals. Notes of mango, pineapple, apricot, and fresh cannabis jump from the glass!!
Wookus Black Rye IPA Firestone Walker Paso Robles, CA 8.2% 5 / 7 / 18
Once thought to be extinct, the Wookey family comes roaring back with its wooliest progeny yet: an imperial black rye IPA that is wickedly hoppy, righteously spicy and fearsome in flavor. While exhibiting DNA from its Wookey Jack ancestry, Wookus offers next-generation attitude with amplified hop aromatics and a bit of rebellious dankness.
Mount Saint Humulus IIIPA Bale Breaker Brewing Yakima, WA 9.3% 6 / 8 / 21
The first Triple IPA brewed by Bale Breaker hits like a volcanic eruption of the finest Yakima Valley hops. Experience an explosion of hop aroma in each sip, thanks to a heavy dry-hop addition of Mosaic, Equinox, and Citra. Be careful, folks… Mount Saint Humulus just might blow your top right off. 100+ IBUs
The Pathfinder Barrel-Aged IPA Breakside Brewing Portland, OR 8.7% GIBLET 7 / SCH 10
Their India Golden Ale aged for six months in Old Tom Gin barrels from Ransom Spirits before being blended with some fresh hoppy beer and dry hopped for renewed intensity in the aroma.
Stout / porter / Strong Ale
Serpents Stout Lost Abbey Brewing San Marcos, CA 11.0% GIBLET 5 / SCH 7 / GR 24
Pours dark and thick, with a creamy mocha-colored head and aromas of roasted malts, dark chocolate and french roast coffee. The taste is rich with deep roasted malts, cocoa, coffee and a touch of vanilla balanced perfectly against the alcohol to create an excellent winter warmer.
Campfire Stout Highwater Brewery San Jose, CA 6.5% 5 / 7 / 18
They put over 4 lbs per bbl of Graham crackers in the mash, used chocolate malt and to top it off added a natural toasted marshmallow flavor to make this a S’more in a glass!
Coco Jones Coconut Porter Black Raven Brewing Co. Redmond, WA 5.6% 3.5 / 5 / 12
Their Tamerlane Brown Porter, with its subtle nut and coffee tones, takes a delicious turn when infused with freshly toasted coconuts. Rare bird, released once or twice each year!
Quilter’s Irish Death Ale Iron Horse Ellensburg, WA 7.8% 4 / 6 / 15
Created by the brewery’s founder, Quilter’s Irish Death is The Iron Horse Brewery Flagship Beer. The color of this beer belies its drinkability. We lovingly refer to it as beer candy. Irish Death is loaded with a ton of different malts and just enough hop presence for balance. Smooth enough to session, but too strong to do so.
Coconut Barrel-Aged B-Bomb Fremont Brewing Seattle, WA 13.0% GIBLET 8 / SCH 12
2017 release of B-Bomb…coconut edition! Aged in 12-year-old American Oak bourbon barrels and is a blend of 9, 12, and 24-month old barrel strength Winter Ale. B-Bomb achieves distinct bourbon, oak, cacao, leather, and dark coffee notes from its extended barrel aging and barrel blending. Don’t Be Afraid To Be Abominable.
Pilsner / Kolsch / Hefeweizen / Belgian
Veltins Pilsener Brauerei C. & A. Veltins Germany 4.8% 3.5 / 5 / 10
A crisp, clean, refreshing classic German pilsener. Prost
Chuckanut Kölsch Chuckanut Brewery Bellingham, WA 5.0% 3.5 / 5 / 12
Kölsch is a blonde, top fermented ale brewed from pilsner malt. Bitterness is restrained, and the palate is light-bodied and dry. Kölsch has won 4 GABF awards and one World Beer Cup! Prost
Haystack Hefeweizen Snoqualmie Brewery Snoqualmie, WA 5.4% 3.5 / 5 / 10
Spicy-citrusy aroma that carries over to a clean, mellow flavor with spice, citrus, and yeast overtones.
Quasi Blonde Golden Ale PostDoc Redmond, WA 5.2% 3.5 / 5 / 12
A highly drinkable golden ale with subtle perfumy orange-like Belgian yeast complexity and a dry finish.
Delirium Tremens Brouwerij Huyghe Belgium 8.5% 7 / 9 / 24
This Belgian strong pale ale has a unique taste as the result from the use of three different kinds of yeast. The taste is characterized by its balance & classic Belgian flavors. The aftertaste is strong, long-lasting and dry bitter.
Amber / Red / Scotch Ale
African Amber Mac & Jack’s Brewery Redmond, WA 5.8% 3.5 / 5 / 10
A clean, mild, bready immediate taste, with a hazelnut-caramel finish/aftertaste.
Ridgetop Red Silver City Brewery Silverdale, WA 6.0% 3.5 / 5 / 12
There’s a beer for everyone. Ridgetop Red is everyone’s beer. Full-bodied and smooth with a sweet caramel flavor balanced with Northwest Liberty hops for a refreshing finish.
Boundary Bay Scotch Ale Boundary Bay Bellingham, WA 6.4% 3.5 / 5 / 12
Their Scotch Ale became a Northwest classic with the inaugural brew in 1995. The Long Boil in the Kettle Caramelizes the wort, producing deep-copper tones. Scotch Ale’s signature malt character is crafted for pure enjoyment.
Blackberry Cider Atlas Cider Co. Bend, OR 6.2% 4 / 6 / 15
A deep hue of purple fills the glass as they took zero short-cuts with this fine blend of blackberries and elderberries. The tartness of the blackberries is rounded out by the complex characteristics of the elderberries. Filled with tannins the cider leaves a delightful dry and rich finish. Cheers to NW berries.
Lemon Basil Cider One Tree Hard Cider Spokane, WA 6.5% 4 / 6 / 15
This cider is the perfect complement to some summer fun, or if you are stuck inside & just want to get that brief glimpse of how much fun the rest of us are having. Real lemon & fresh basil make this a sassy bouquet of awesome!
Baked Apple Cider d’s Wicked Cider Kennewick, WA 6.9% 4 / 6 / 18
A premium, artisanal hard apple cider, off-dry with just a hint of spice. Baked Apple hosts the flavors of Red Delicious, Honey Crisp and Granny Smith apples, finishing with a perfect touch of allspice and cinnamon.
The Bad Apple Cider 2 Towns Ciderhouse Corvallis, OR 10.5% GIBLET 4 / SCH 6 / GR 21
A semi-dry, bold cider, aged with brandy-cured Oregon white oak, offering complex oak tannins and rich vanilla notes. Hints of sweetness derived from local meadow foam honey make this a cider to savor.
Liefmans Cuvee Brut Brouwerij Liefmans Belgium 6.0% 6 / 8 / 24
Deep, dark red in color with mild cherry drop aroma and residual head. Taste is sour cherries and dry champagne with a bit of fizz. Sour ales can be overpoweringly tart, however this one is very balanced.
Petite Raspberry Sour Ale Crooked Stave Denver, CO 5.5% 6 / 8 / 21
Wild ale aged in oak barrels with raspberries.
Crux Nitro Stout Crux Fermentation Bend, OR 7.7% 4 / 6 / No GR
A NITRO beer with medium malt sweetness, caramel, chocolate, and roasted coffee flavors with a distinctive dry roasted bitterness in the finish.