5.7% ABV 34 IBUS
This beer is where it all started for us in 2013; we set out to craft an approachable yet unique interpretation of classic ale making.
5.9% ABV 45 IBUS
We start with heavy doses of Victory, Chocolate, and Black Patent malts for roasted aromas of coffee, toffee and caramel and finish with East Kent Goldings and Challenger hops for warm spice notes and dry, floral aromas. Medium bodied and focused on robust flavors in balance.
5.5% ABV 55 IBUS
This classic American Pale Ale reflects the storied heritage of modern craft brewing utilizing Cascade and Simcoe hops as well as pale malts and crisp, clean British Ale yeast. Dry-hopped with Cascade & Citra hops.
LOW & OUTSIDE
4% ABV 32 IBUS
Baseball weather is beer weather. Enjoy both with this session pale ale crafted with the highest quality ingredients by folks just down the street from ONEOK Field, home of the Tulsa Drillers baseball team. Light in color and body, but ample in flavor and aroma.
6.3% ABV 90 IBUS
A robust backbone of two-row and Munich malts provide a textured sweetness that when combined with layered bitterness and earthy hop aromas result in a surprisingly balanced yet decidedly hop-forward ale.
5.5% ABV 34 IBUS
This Blonde Ale is crafted with old world specialty malts which lend color and complexity to an otherwise simple recipe. American hops provide subtle earth and spice flavors along with fruit and citrus aromas, which combine to create a delicate sense of balance designed from the ground up to be drinkable above all else.
7.5% ABV 50 IBUS
Brewed with flaked oats and Topeca coffee. This winter seasonal is a treat all year long.
7.5% ABV 50 IBUS
A dark wheat ale brewed with a Hefeweizen yeast for Oktoberfest! Lends to flavors of clove and banana with subtle toffee notes in the finish.
6.8% ABV 70 IBUS
The aroma consists of fresh, citrus notes from Northwest hops and the heavy, dry bouquet of roasted grains. Brewed with an array of dark malts, this ale will feature the distinctive flavors of coffee and bitter chocolate with a subtle toasted sweetness. Large hop additions late in the boil, and dry-hopping after fermentation, lighten and refresh the overall perception and flavor of the beer. It finishes with a dry palate and lingering warmth and bitterness.