Killer Pear: Pear Cider, 4.2% ABV, 8 SRM - The Pear is naturally Gluten Free. It is light and sweet, and has a taste of ripe pear that finishes tart, not bitter. The Killer pear is popular with wine lovers.

Blonded By Science: Irish Blonde Ale, 5.7% ABV, 38 IBU, 7 SRM - The Blonde is a full body Irish Style Ale with creamy texture, flavors of toast and cereal, and balances well with the fruity, herbal hops.

Belgian Wheat: Witbier, 4.5% ABV, 34 IBU, 4 SRM - The Belgian Wheat is a complex, hazy, smooth Witbier with lots of esters. It finishes with coriander and bitter orange peel.

Red Wasp: Irish Red Ale, 4.75% ABV, 25 IBU, 10 SRM - The Red is smooth with a medium body. It has a complex, sweet, malty flavor and aroma. The sweet grain masks the 25 IBU's so it doesn't finish too bitter.

Kölsch: German/Czech, 5.0% ABV, 34 IBU, 3 SRM - The Kölsch is a crisp, smooth beer with traditional German hops, and a slightly skunky finish. Think green bottle beer.

Honey Porter: Stout/Porter, 5.25% ABV, 32 IBU, 45 SRM - This Porter is black in color and has a sweet, toasty, caramel malt flavor. The blend of Munich malts are mellowed out by the honey and subtle finishing hops. Made with local Leedle Houme Honey

Yippee-Ki-Ale: English Brown Ale, 5% ABV, 16 IBU, 23 SRM - This beer is mild and friendly. Even though it is dark in color it is mild enough for light beer drinkers but still has some complexity. The malt blend has characteristics of hazel nut, caramel, chocolate, and biscuit. It finishes with an herbal and woodsy hop bitterness. .

Cranberry Apple Cider: 5% ABV – Apple cider with natural cranberry flavor. Light and crisp with a beautiful garnet color. Also popular with wine drinkers.

Draft Lemonade Mixer: 4.25% ABV - This is a refreshing alcoholic lemonade that goes down easy. It is sweet and packs some punch. 30 Hop 6: IPA, 6.5% ABV, 55 IBU, 8 SRM - This IPA is brewed with American 2 Row Barley and plenty of Centennial hops. It has lots of body, slightly sweet grain, and a moderately bitter finish.

ABV – Alcohol by volume

IBU – International Bitterness Unit – A higher number means more bitterness

SRM – Standard Reference Method – A higher number is darker in color