Our 10 taps are in constant rotation. We love to experiment with new and seasonal recipes, and community input helps us decide which beers we brew again. We strive to offer a full spectrum of flavors so there is always something for everyone.
Warrior Stout Dark, rich and robust; this beer is not quite an “Imperial” stout, but it’s close. Warrior hops and a hefty malt bill combine with blackstrap molasses and oak aging to produce a complex, strong, yet smooth, roasty stout.
English Pub Ale An mild ale full of toasty and nutty malt character. Balanced with floral and fruity golding hops, this beer is smooth and rich, yet quite sessionable.
Iowa Street Pale Ale As homebrewers we’d brewed many pale ale recipes over the years … but as we started to solidify some recipes in preparation for our Kickstarter campaign the idea for the Iowa St. Pale Ale came together. We wanted to create a highly sessionable pale ale with a relatively low hop bitterness and a load of hoppy aroma and flavor. A combination of citrusy american hops and the addition of a little corn for sweetness makes this pale ale a very well-balanced beer that has something for hop-heads and craft beer novices alike.
California Lager This beer is a light hybrid session beer of golden hue with a slight honey-like sweetness and a mild herbal hop character. It’s fermented with the famous “California lager” yeast for a smooth, crisp finish.
American Amber We’d been brewing our English Pub Ale for a while when we decided to brew a more American version of an Amber ale. This beer is a bit bigger than the EPA, full of caramel malt character and balanced with a clean hop bitterness and a bit of citrusy hop aroma.
Jubeck Blond A few months after we opened it was clear that we needed a light, mild and accessible beer to round out our beer lineup. We decided to brew a cream ale to fit the bill. With the addition of a hefty amount of pale ale malt, this beer came out a beautiful shade of blonde… on the darker side for a cream ale. With a nice malty flavor and a crisp finish, this thirst quenching beer became a regular in our rotation.
Lavender Honey Wheat One of our oldest recipes, this beer was first homebrewed by Jay when he was inspired by a lavender tea his wife had made. The addition of fresh lavender at the end of the boil adds an intense herbal aroma to this medium bodied wheat ale. The result is a refreshing, effervescent, and unique session ale.
Jitterz Coffee Stout It takes a lot of great coffee to make great beer! We choose to buy our coffee from Jitterz coffee and cafe, just down the street. It was fitting that we collaborate on a beer together! This stout is rich and malty with notes of chocolate and roast, along with a smooth, creamy coffee finish.
Codfish Hollow Barnstormin’ Ale In the spring of 2015 our friends at Codfish Hollow Barnstormers, our favorite music venue, began selling beer at their events. We decided to brew a special beer that would complement the experience of listening to great music in their beautiful barn in the heat of the Iowa summer. What we came up with is a very drinkable session pale ale full of citrusy hop flavor and aroma, with a mild, sweet malt character to balance out the hops and quench your thirst while barnstormin’.