Cant Hook Kölsch
ABV: 4.9% IBU: NA
This is a German-style ale originally from Köln (Cologne). It is clean, crisp, refreshing and slightly sweet and fruity. The Cant Hook was a very important loggers tool traced back to the early 1800’s. It was used to roll logs into proper positions for loading or sawing. One try and you’ll be hooked!
Boom Decker Becker IPA
ABV: 6.8% IBU: 50
Legend has it that Boom Decker Becker continues to haunt Merrill’s school forest as he has for over 100 years. However, our IPA is nothing to be afraid of. It is crisp, refreshing and well balanced. Much like this historic ghoulish figure, people will tell the story of our IPA for years to come.
Rip Saw-Irish Ale
ABV: 5.8% IBU: NA
A rip saw is a tool that is specifically designed to make a cut parallel to the direction of the wood grain. Our Irish Ale is reddish-brown in color, with sweet maltiness and minimal bitterness.
River Hog Oatmeal Stout
ABV: 5.5% IBU: 43
A River Hog was a man who rode on logs floating down the river heading to a sawmill. He was responsible for risking his life by dislodging possible log jams. These men were bold, strong, and courageous. The first two words fit in perfectly with our Oatmeal Stout. The third is how you’ll feel after having a few pints.
Walk in the Woods
Take a “Walk in the Woods” to find a wheat ale brewed with real fruit puree. The appearance comes from the haze of the wheat and the deep purple of the berries. This spritzy drink is semi-sweet and has a clean finish.
Park City Lager
The Dortmunder Lager was originally brewed for German workers in the 19th century and never had an ABV below 5%. Park City Lager is slightly maltier and deeper gold than a Pilsner. It is light enough to quench thirst, but hearty enough to be a reward after a long day at work.
Lumberjack Luau-Kettle Sour
This beer is light bodied with a bright, tart finish created with passionfruit, pink guava, pineapple and mango. Prepare to take your taste buds on a tropical vacation.
Paradise Brunch-Kettle Sour
We took Lumberjack Luau and added Cara Cara orange, tangerine, raspberry and lime purees along with vanilla and lactose to create a tropical drink that you can have any time of the day. It’s the perfect beverage for those that like to live deliciously
Beaut Dandy-DDH IPA
We brewed this little dandy of a beer in the style of hop forward beers found on the East Coast. It has a smooth body, low bitterness and hops that are bursting with fruity deliciousness. The dank, juicy hops that we chose are Moasic, Simcoe and Strata.
The Dark Irish-Dry Irish Stout
We created this Irish Dry Stout in collaboration with our friends from Two Harps Pub. This style of beer is light in both ABV and body, but still lets out soft flavors of coffee and chocolate. Pairs well with green clothing and good friends.
This German classic is a medium bodied, lightly hopped, copper-red lager that brings notes of sweet maltiness that linger pleasantly on the palate.
Private Idaho 7-IPA
This is a hop forward beer with Idaho 7 hops being the star of the show. Large amounts of this hop strain were added at the end of the boil and to the dry hopping to bring tastes of pine, tropical fruit, citrus and hints of earthy black tea leaves.
Winter Cabin-Chocolate Vanilla Porter
We took our recipe for Trapper’s Cabin and added more chocolate flavor along with vanilla. This smooth, sweet creation finishes clean and is paired well with a long winter’s nap.
715-Imperial Pastry Stout
We brewed this beer in collaboration with our friends at Rocky Reef Brewing Company. Hazelnut, toasted coconut, cinnamon, cacao nibs and vanilla were used to create a super smooth stout layered with complex flavors that develop with each sip you take.
Squatch Sauce-Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout
This big, burly imperial stout was aged in Heaven Hill Bourbon Barrels for a full year. Its thick, full body will cover your palate with complex notes of fudge, caramel, oak and vanilla.
Little Lad Dance-Kettle Sour
Little Lad Dance-Kettle Sour
Are you a little lad that likes berries and cream? If so, this beer is definitely for you. Brewed with raspberry, blueberry, blackberry, milk sugar and vanilla, this drink is capable of making anyone do a happy dance.
Do not let the color fool you, this is a dark beer with a blonde soul. The color comes from the roasted malts but they do not leave big, heavy flavors. Instead, you get a dark lager that is very easy to drink. This truly is a beer for everyone.
Wisconsin River Brown Ale
Our brown ale is slightly nutty, has moderate roast flavors and finishes with a solid, earthy-hop background. This brew gets its name from the dark and murky Wisconsin River water that carried all the logs heading to various sawmills throughout Wisconsin.