Angry Orchard: 
Green apple Hard Cider
 (Boston, MA) (5%)  *gluten free*
Our Green Apple Cider has a bright, fresh apple aroma, with notes of honeydew melon and kiwi. This cider is a tart blend of a lively apple flavor and balanced sweetness.

Alaskan Amber
( Juneau, Alaska) (5.3%)  (IBU:18  )
Smooth and richly malted, this altbier goes well with king or silver salmon, flavorful meats and hearty Italian dishes. Also pairs nicely with delicate cheeses, artichokes and roasted red peppers – a perfect accompaniment to gourmet pizzas

Atwater: Dirty Blonde  
(Detroit, MI) (4.5%)  (IBU: 8 )
Made with un-malted wheat, coriander, and orange peel.

Bells amber – Amber Ale / Red Ale 
5.8 AV
Made from mostly pale malt and some Munich and caramel malts. These add a little sweetness, which is balanced by more hops. The result is a rich color and fruity flavor.
Bells: Kalamazoo Stout
(Kalamazoo, MI) (6%)  (IBU:)
Represents stouts in the Bell’s year-round roster, offering a blend of dark chocolate and coffee flavors with just a hint of brewer’s licorice. One of our oldest recipes, it balances a significant hop presence against the roast malt body.

Bells: Two Hearted 
(Kalamazoo, MI) (7%)  (IBU: 55  )
India Pale Ale style will suited for Hemingway-esque trips to the Upper Peninsula. American malts and enormous hop additions give this beer a crisp finish and incredible floral hop aroma.
Bells: Oberon
(Kalamazoo, MI) (5.8%)  (IBU:)
A wheat ale fermented with Bell’s signature house ale yeast, mixing a spicy hop character with mildly fruity aromas. The addition of wheat malt lends a smooth mouthfeel, making it a classic summer beer.

Bells winter ale
(MI) (5%)
A Wheat Ale brewed with American Wheat and a proprietary blend of Hefe and classic Belgian-style yeasts. A refreshing winter alternative created from the subtle fusion of two classic flavors.

Blue Moon 
(Golden, CO) ( 5.77%)  (IBU: )
Brewed with oats for creaminess and spiced with the perfect combination of orange peel and coriander.  An unfiltered wheat ale spiced in the Belgian tradition for an uncommonly smooth taste.

Cellar Brewing Co: Black Magic Ry-PA
(Sparta, MI) (7.4%)  (IBU: 62.6 )
Strong chocolate aroma with slight nuttiness, same for flavor, slight astringency, round mouthfeel with a citrus bitterness aftertast.
Cellar Brewing Co: Lighter Shade of Pale
(Sparta, MI) (5.9%) (IBU: 44.5)
Smooth, well balanced and pretty creamy with a light crisp. On the lighter side of being a medium bodied beer.
(Birmingham, MI) (4.5%)  (IBU: 12 )
An American Premium lager brewed with classic German lager yeast for a clean crisp flavor. Low malt and hop character makes this a refreshing summer beer.

Cellar Brewing Co: Lucky Enough Amber Ale
(Sparta, MI) (7%) (IBU: 38.8 )
Amber with small head. Mild malt body with some caramel. Quite a bit of hops. Almost a amber/pale hybrid.

Cellar Brewing Co: Uncle K’s Dunkelweizen
(Sparta, MI) (6.3%)  (IBU: 17 )
Similar to a Hefeweizen, this wheat beer is brewed as darker version (Dunkel means “dark”) with deliciously complex malts and a low balancing bitterness.

Evil twin; The cowboy
I need to know what kind of beer cowboys drink, as I have recently become one. I want to be the best cowboy I can be, and I think drinking the correct beer is important. I already have a cowboy hat and a nice big shiny

Evil twin: The low life
A clever woman once said; ‘fair is foul and foul is fair’. On that note we threw in a young, unacknowledged hoppy pilsner gave it a limp, wrinkly flavor and finished it off with an insulting high price that will give you a foul feeling in your mouth. That’s why we name Evil Twin Brewing’s Low Life the Golddigger of Beers.

Style: Pilsner 
ABV: 5.5

Evil twin: The hipster
perhaps you heard of a worldwide beer-movement that tributes favorite hipster neighbourhoods across the globe. If you feel excluded because you’re hip but your city is not, this cutting-edge, ‘hip without border’ pale ale is an homage to you – the global hipster. Cheers!

Style: American Pale Ale 
ABV: 5.5

Founder’s : Breakfast Stout 
(Grand Rapids, MI) (8.3%)   (IBU: 60 )
The coffee lover’s consummate beer. Brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and imported chocolates, and Sumatra and Kona coffee, this stout has an intense fresh roasted java nose topped with a frothy, cinnamon-colored head that goes forever.

Founder’s Dirty bastard  
(Grand Rapids, MI) (8.5%)  (IBU: 50 )
Complex in the finish with hints of smoke and peat paired with a malty richness, finalized with a good bit of hop attitude. This beer “ain’t fer the wee lads”.

Founder’s Pale Ale  
(Grand Rapids, MI) (5.4%)   (IBU: 35 )
A medium-bodied pale ale that has a refreshing citrus flavor and a distinctive floral hop aroma.

Founder’s Porter
(Grand Rapids, MI) (6.5%)  (IBU: )
super nutty and toasty from the get-go. A slight hint of coffee beans sits in the immediate background, along with a nice dose of creamy chocolates and cocoa powder. This one has a very low to moderate floral essence to it, imparting a tiny bit of extra bitterness midway through to balance out the sweetness – it works very well.

Green Flash Brewing: palate wrecker hamilton’s ale
(San Diego, CA)  (9.5%) (IBU: 100+)
Palate Wrecker was originally brewed for the Hamilton’s Tavern 2nd Anniversary celebration. It’s the most complicated West Coast–inspired IPA we have ever brewed—mashing and sparging with hopped wort, in addition to our hop layering regimen for IPA.

Green Flash Brewing: West coast ipa
(San Diego, CA)  (7.3%) (IBU: 95)
A menagerie of hops is layered throughout the brewing process: Simcoe for unique fruitiness and grapefruit zest, Columbus for strong hop pungency, Centennial for pine and citrus notes and Cascade for floral aroma. A multi-dimensional hop experience.

Griffin Claw: El rojo
(Birmingham, MI) (6.5%)  (IBU: 25 )
Caramel and roasted malts gives this ale its rich ruby red color. American aroma hops are added leaving this ale on the malty side. Bronze medal winner at the G.A.B.F

Griffin Claw: Platinum blonde
(Birmingham, MI) (4.5%)  (IBU: 12 )

Griffin Claw: Raggedy ass IPA
(Birmingham, MI) (7.5%)  (IBU:  )
Golden in color this pale ale features true English hop character, flavor and bitterness. Medium bodied with a slight malt character that compliments the fruity esters and intense hop aroma.

Griffin Claw: Screaming Pumpkin
(Birmingham, MI) (5%)  (IBU: 25 )
An amber ale brewed with roasted pumpkin in the mash then spiced with ginger, allspice, nutmeg and cloves. Spicy and refreshing.

(Grand Rapids, MI) (7%)  (IBU:  )


Horny Goat Brewing WisconZin IPA
(,WI) (7%)  (IBU:  )
It starts off with grapefruit hops, before a wave of caramel malt appears mid-taste and rides right into the finish.

Lagunitas: dog town Pale ale
(Petaluma, CA) ( 6.4%)  (IBU:  )
A great balance of malt and hops; hints of crystal roast malt come through in the hoppy bouquet and on the tasted buds; then finishes nicely with a lively bitterness.

Lagunitas – Lil Sumpin’ Sumpin 
(Petaluma, CA) (7.5%)  (IBU: 64 )
Sneaky Smooth with a touch of what we call wheatly-esque-ish-ness. Crispy Wheat and Pale malt flavors with a Big round & Juicy hop finish.

Lagunitas: maximus ipa
(Petaluma, CA) ( 8.2%)  (IBU: 73 )
This beer offers a raging mouthful of fresh Hops and Malt. Caution: May remove enamel from teeth.

Mountain Town: Railyard Raspberry  
(Mt. pleasant, MI) (5.7%) (IBU: )
This is a beer brewed with raspberries, not a raspberry beer. The real raspberry juice we use adds something special to this wheat ale rather than taking something away. And, just because this beer has fruit, don’t think it is some powder-puff beer. Even the most rugged mountain man will enjoy this one.

New Holland: Poet Oatmeal Stout
(Holland,MI)  (5.2%) (IBU: )
Oatmeal stout with a rich, smooth malt character enveloped in tones of roast and chocolate. A soft mouth-feel brings luxurious flavors and soothing aroma. Any time of year, The Poet is as versatile as it is delicious. alternative created from the subtle fusion of two classic flavors.

New Belgium : fat tire amber ale
(Fort Collins, CO)  (5.2%) (IBU: 19)
Named in honor of our co-founder’s bike trip through Europe, Fat Tire Amber Ale is a Belgian beer that has won fans with its sense of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.

Rochester mills Milkshake stout
( MI) (6%)  (IBU:  )
This stout is not as bitter as the Sacri-licious Stout. It is brewed with milk sugar(lactose) to impart a fuller body and sweeter palate.

Rochester Mills: Rochester Red
( Rochester,MI) (6.3%)  (IBU:  )
This deep red colored English-Style Ale features a rich, malty flavor profile, medium body, and a low level of hop bitterness for a smooth, great tasting, easy to drink beer. Rochester Red is one of our top selling guest favorites.

Nice, well-balanced, flavorful winter holiday beer. Sweet caramel and cinnamon, with herbal and spice hops on the end to bring of a bitterness and winter season feeling.

Saugatuck: Bonfire Brown
(Douglas, MI) (5.5%) (IBU 20)
A classic American brown ale  similar to the Butler Street Brown with a variation of the base malts to add biscuit and nutty flavors, and just a touch of smoked malt

Saugatuck: ESB Amber Ale
(Douglas, MI) (5.5%) (IBU: 25 )
A British style Extra Special Bitter inspired by classic British style pub ales with an even balance of nine different malts, matched perfectly with a hint of smooth hops. ESB/Amber has a beautiful deep amber body and is a smooth, easy drinking ale.

Shorts belaire brown
(Bellaire, MI) (5.2%)  (IBU: 15 )
A full flavored brown ale that derives sweet caramel and toasted qualities from four different kinds of malt and specialty grains. Select hop varieties add enticing aroma to the nose and create a dry finish. This ale is so dark and rich, it’s hardly classifiable as brown, but is certainly considered a delicious masterpiece.

Shorts Huma-Lupa-Licious  
(Bellaire, MI) (7%)  (IBU: 140 )
Short’s best selling IPA. It has such an abundant amount of hops that it provides a punch to the palate. The numerous hop varieties used in its creation render a delicious bitter taste and enticing citrus aroma.
Shorts : Soft Parade
Soft Parade is a gourmet specialty pour that is brewed with toasted rye flakes and two-row malted barley. Loaded with pureed strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries, we refer to this fermented potion as a fruit infused rye ale. The result is a refreshing fruit delicacy that is easy to drink, visually appealing, and finishes dry.

Sierra Nevada: Hoptimum IPA
(Chico, CA) (10.4%) (IBU: 100)
Hopped, dry hopped and torpedoed for incredible hop flavor and complexity, Hoptimum is the pinnacle of whole-cone hoppiness. It features resinous hop varieties: Magnum, Chinook, Simcoe and a new experimental hop variety exclusive to Sierra Nevada. With intense hop flavors and aromas of grapefruit rind, pine, herbs and tropical fruit, Hoptimum is an aggressive drinking experience.

Smith & Forge Hard Cider
(Golden, Colorado) (6%)  (IBU:  )
Hard cider is a strong, sturdy but not-too-sweet fermented alcoholic beverage built from the juice of apples. It’s not actually hard, as that would be impossible to drink.

Tri-City Brewing: Giant slayer stout
(Bay City, MI) (8.5 %)  (IBU: 71 )
An intense stout that presents itself with huge roasted, chocolate, and coffee malt flavors. Although well hopped, this beer is still very balanced.