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One of our staples…a traditional German Pilsner
One of our staples…easy-drinking Amber Maibock Lager
Nice, Smooth and Light Pilsner. No, we don’t have Bud Light!
Hefeweizen with loads of pineapple
Light Belgian Witbier/Wheat with orange & coriander
Classic Pale Ale featuring Cascade hops
Light bodied Mexican Lager made with 40% corn
Non–Alcoholic – Locally made old-style root beer
Creamy, Oaky, with a hint of Port Wine (9oz)
Robust and Roasty Dark Ale
Midwest Coast IPA featuring Citra, Mosaic, Sabro & Galaxy Hops
Sour Lager aged with Cranberry & Cherry
Black Shire Gin & Pinckney Bend Hibiscus Tonic Syrup
Big Ole Lager brewed to achieve max ABV & Flavors
SMASH (Single Malt & Single Hop) Lager Featuring Vienna malt & Saphir hops
Traditional Marzen celebrating Bavaria’s Oktoberfest
Gluten-free…Crisp apple cider
One of our staples…a dark Munich Doppelbock
“A premium German Style Pilsner with a mild malt flavor and a clean, crisp finish.”
Available year round, Skyscraper is a premium German style pilsner with a mild malt flavor and a clean crisp finish. Made with all barley and no rice or corn, Skyscraper beer is cold lagered for nearly 6 weeks.
Food Pairings —Light, clean and crisp, Skyscraper pairs perfectly with mild creamy cheeses, salty chips and light appetizers. For the main course, enjoy it with grilled chicken or fish to balance but not overwhelm the flavors of the meal.
Brewmaster Notes —Our cold, slow lagering process is used by only a handful of small brewers in the United States. If you are ready to try a crisp, clean beer that epitomizes the German style of brewing, this is the one.
“A Rich, Copper-Colored Beer With A Pleasant Hoppiness That Enhances The Rich Malt Flavor.”
Available from early spring through late summer, Tin Mill Red Caboose is an amber beer that nicely balances malt and hops. This is a great beer for someone just starting to get a taste of Micro-Brews.
Food Pairings — Malty Red Caboose and shellfish make a sweet pair. Roasted pork is another great entrée pairing. Or for dessert, match an amber colored Red Caboose with a slice of carrot cake.
Brewermaster Note — This is one of our most popular beers. The maltiness balances just a touch of bitterness for a smooth, drinkable beer.
“An Unfiltered Wheat Beer With A Blend Of Sweetness And Wheat Flavor Followed By A Dry Finish.”
Another year round favorite, Frist Street Wheat is an unfiltered wheat beer bursting with unique flavors. You may pick up hints of clove, banana and even a little vanilla. Cloudier than our other beers because it is unfiltered, our First Street Wheat’s low bitterness level allows all its flavors to shine.
Food Pairings — A simple classic with warm pretzel bread and dark mustard, also goes nicely with fried food or tempura without overwhelming the flavors. Pair it with fried shrimp, chicken, soft-shell crab, or viener schnitzel for a feast.
Brewermaster Note — We use 60% German Wheat in our First Street Wheat. Most US Wheat Beers use only 10 to 40% wheat. Missouri law calls for 25% wheat in a wheat beer; no problem here.
“A Full-Bodied Dark Beer With A Malty Aroma And A Well-Balanced Blend Of Roasted Malts And Hops.”
Typically a winter beer, due to its popularity, we have been brewing Midnight Whistle all year long. We hand roast the malts in small batches for a heartier flavor. This full-bodied beer is for beer drinkers who want to experience everything a beer has to offer.
Food Pairings — Our dark Midnight Whistle stands up to your heartiest beef stews, pot roasts, and winter meals. Serve it after dinner with a chocolate or coffee flavored dessert. Even make a milkshake or float.
Brewermaster Note — We’re proud of the balance and drinkability of this beer. While appearing very dark, it is quite easy-going and can satisfy both hearty and light beer cravings.