On Tap

(updated 5/13/17)


Syklist – Pale Ale – 5.0%
A hoppy, juicy, citrusy Pale Ale brewed with a new Norwegian Farmhouse yeast strain that pushes big orange flavors to the front. Mosaic & Citra hops burst through the aroma, a small amount of oatmeal in the mash leaves a nice full body, pale malt and caramel rye give a nutty finish that balances with a restrained bitterness and big hops flavor.

Erie Coast – IPA – 7.2%
Flagship IPA which melds the coastal IPA extremes, not too bitter or dry but still packed with hops flavor and aroma. Big, juicy tropical nose from loads of Citra in the dry-hop.

Zero Mile – Smoked Rye Wheat Lager – 4.5%
Strike out with this full bodied session Lager! Brewed with equal parts smoked, rye and wheat malt, it has a soft, cereal start and spicy grainy finish. Lots of smoke up front and hops on the back end from a genereous heaping of Strisselspalt!

Rising Star – Nitro Coffee Stout – 6.5%
Rich, velvety stout brewed with locally roasted Apocalypto and Yirgacheffe coffee plus a hint of oatmeal and lactose sugar.

Threads of Fate – Robust Porter – 6.3%
Well-balanced, dark, roasty porter that finishes with a hint of caramel, chocolate and hops. Named after the three, mythic weavers of fate and porter’s origin as a blend of “three threads” of beer.

Humboldt Fog – West Coast IPA – 6.0%
Classic West Coast IPA, hopped extensively (100 ibus!) with Columbus, Centennial and Chinook. Big, dank, resinous aroma full of pine and grapefruit.

La Tentadora – Bourbon Barrel Aged Smoked Stout w/ Cherries & Spanish Smoked Paprika – 9%
Complex layers of cocoa, oak, dark fruit, smoke and spice roll through this unique Imperial Stout. Give in to temptation!

Community – Pilsner – 5.0%
Our first Lager, crisp, bready malts and a refreshing hop bite provided by American Sterling and Cluster. Giving back to the community that has embraced and supported us, 10% of each pint is donated to a local charity or non-profit.


The Reaper – Oak Aged Braggot – 14.0%
Honey, malt, caramel, vanilla, tannin, oak and a faint hint of hops. This braggot lays an immense amount of wildflower honey on a slightly sweet base of pale and caramel malts, aging on French oak staves adds balance and spice. Dont Fear.

Blood Magic – Blackberry Cherry Serrano Mead – 15.0%
This foreboding melomel summons forth and ties together alluring sweetness, delicate acidity and a piquant heat. Dark wildflower honey, Marion blackberries, black cherries and ripe serrano peppers, all fermented together and aged for one year. A truly unique drinking ritual.

City Mead – Spiced Berry Apple Mead – 9.0%
This new, urban mead is  made from local honey and apple cider, blueberries, black currants and an addictive hint of allspice and clove.

Forgotten Lore – Bourbon Barrel aged Cherry Vanilla Mead – 14.0%
Aged one year in Tom’s Foolery Bourbon Barrels, this dark, contemplative and rich mead has layers of oak, fruit, whiskey and honey. Full mouthfeel, slow cascading legs and an off dry finish punctuated with vanilla and cherry.

Clairvoyant – Raspberry Mead – 7.5%
Sparkling, light and fruity, made with red raspberries, local wildflower honey and Norwegian ale yeast. You may just have a revelation…

EARTHTAKER – Cosmically Dark Braggot – 15.6%
A small batch experiment, this mead takes a base imperial stout and referments in oak barrels with a massive amount of buckwheat honey and wine yeast. The result is a huge, rich, toffee, marshmallow forward mead that will drive you mad. Extra Limited!

Tempo – Dry Cider – 7.1%
Made from a variety of New York grown cider apples, pale in color with mild carbonation. Aroma of crisp apple skin and ripe pear with a tangy, bright acidic flavor. Fermentation in used wine barrels lends a soft edge and complexity.

Check out our BOTTLES page as well, if its not on tap feel free to pop and bottle to share with friends!

We source the majority of our honey from a local farm. We do not boil our honey so that we maintain maximum flavor and aroma. We do not use sulphites, sorbates, fining agents or artificial sweeteners in our meads. They are unfilitered and given the months and years it takes to make quality mead. We make mostly dry meads because they are pleasing to our palates. We hope you enjoy them as well. 

For a list of past beers check out our Beer Advocate page.