Our Beers

With 18 draught handles and 2 traditional beer engine hand-pumps, it’s a tough task to keep every faucet flowing. Luckily, we have an extensive list of flagship, rotating, and seasonal offerings that keep the kegs full and the styles plentiful. Every beer is not always available due to increased demand. Visit the “Live On Tap” menu for real-time product availability in the taproom!

Flagship Lineup

“Lilly Hammer” IPA

A somewhat complex malt and hop bill allows a smooth malt flavor to peak through the citrusy hop flavor and aroma. We like it hoppy, but we keep it well balanced. Hoppy and oh so aromatic! 7.2% ABV 65 IBU

“Sugar Magnolia” Belgian Wit

A light bodied Belgian wheat beer (Wit) with an American spin.
We think you’ll enjoy the added spices sourced locally from our friends and neighbors at Savory Spice Shop in Littleton. ABV 5.0% 15 IBU

“Oncorhynchus T.” IPA

This malt forward IPA is bursting with resinous, pine hop flavor. Single-hopped with 100% Chinook exploits it’s unique spiciness and herbal characters. A rare and extremely popular “Wet Hopped” version using whole cones are sourced from High Wire Hops in Palisade, CO. 6.6% ABV, 71 IBU

“5th Season” Pale Ale

Unlike modern pales, 5th Season exhibits real mouth feel along with a smooth and balanced finish. Amarillo hops bring out flavors and aromatics of orange and grapefruit with subtle bitterness. A perfect example of this popular style. ABV 5.2% 40 IBU

“LoggerHead” American Lager

Straw in color that is clean, crisp, refreshing and ripe with flavor! LoggerHead is the perfect beer for those looking to take the plunge into flavorful craft beer. A simple brew made with barley malt, corn and rice. If you enjoy the “big guys” beers, then you will absolutely love this. ABV 4.9% 12 IBU

“Bloch’s Bounty” Milk Stout

Rich and creamy, this milk stout balances big notes of chocolate, sweetness from milk sugar along with a subtle background of roast. Lads and lasses alike find this beer’s smooth, chewy sweetness too much to resist. Enjoy the Bounty before you! 5.4% ABV, 30 IBU

“Blackberry Betty” Belgian Wit

Our twist on a traditional Belgian wheat (Wit) beer made with real Oregon blackberry fruit puree. Subtle blackberry aromatics enhance orange peel and coriander notes. A slightly sweet and refreshing finish makes for our most popular introductory brew for those “non-beer drinkers” and a year-round flagship. 5.5% ABV, 20 IBU

Seasonal and Rotational Lineup

Light and Fruity

“Summertide” Lemon Shandy–  A Weissbier beer by recipe highlights traditional German Hefeweizen characteristics: smooth, light bodied, and a great introductory style for craft beer naysayers. The addition of lemonade during carbonation adds the perfect amount of tartness and sweetness without a slice of fruit on the glass. 4.5%, 12 IBU

“Sister Christian” Belgian Blonde– Light bodied with mild bitterness is complimented by sweet, fresh, and locally sourced honey. An expertly crafted grain bill accentuates traditional Belgian spice. Subtle fruit, citrus, or floral notes can be noted such as blueberry, grapefruit, or orange blossom flower from the bee colonies diet. The end result is an extremely unique Belgian Blonde Ale from batch to batch. 9.3% ABV, 20 IBU

“8675309” Cream Ale– This traditional cream ale uses a combination of 2 Row malt and corn to produce a pale straw-colored, smooth finishing beer. The light addition of hops provides mild bitterness resulting in a perfect example of the style. 4.8% ABV, 16 IBU

“Triple Lindy” Belgian Trippel– Pear and honey flavors show themselves in a big way in this traditional tripel. With intention we let our Tripel cold age for 60+ days allowing the European malts to shine and the complex Belgian flavors to marry together. 10% ABV, 39 IBU

“Beezy Does It” Pilsner based Braggot– Brewed with traditional pilsner malt and finished with buckets of local orange blossom honey from Clarks Honey Farm creates a smooth and sweet relative of the mead family. A lower alcohol percentage than other traditional braggot style beers allows floral and herbal aromas from the hop load to shine through. 5.8% ABV, 21 IBU

“Fifi” Saison– Saisons are some of the more robust of the farmhouse beers. Brewed in the winter for the summer laborers, FiFi is complex; a little spicy, a little tart, and a little bitter – just like an Airbus. 7.3% ABV, 31 IBU

“Lil’ Dirty Blonde” Blonde Ale– Our brewers leaned on Maris Otter malt and English yeast in this light colored ale to accentuate subtle fruit notes. Lil’ Dirty is easy on the eyes and highly quaffable as Colorado’s cool spring days turn towards summer. 6.0% ABV, 19 IBU

“Jolly Farmer” Watermelon Wheat– The “Jolly Farmer” is Locavore’s premier summer seasonal release. An American Wheat grain bill provides a smooth and light bodied mouth feel without the cloudy appearance of chewy finish of a German Hefeweizen. The addition of fresh watermelon pulp post fermentation adds mild aroma yet astonishingly refreshing flavor. 5.3% ABV, 16 IBU

“Überweizen” German Hefeweizen– A crowd-pleasing, traditional hazy German wheat bier. Care in several stages of our brewing process ensures the right dose of both clove and banana esters. Hazy and refreshing, it’s the umlaut over the “U” that makes this beer so darn good. 4.7% ABV 12 IBU

“Not Your Quell” Czech Pils– Based on the classic Czech Pilsner with a bitterness that explodes from new world (aka American) hops. Falconer’s Flight 7C’s (our brewer’s favorite hop) loads this hop-forward beer with brightness, citrus and fruit. A candy-like malt character coming from pilsner malt matched with traditional spiciness. Make no mistake, this is Not Urquell. 6.4% ABV, 38 IBU

“Monika Berlinski” Berliner Weisse– A kettle sour created from a simple combination of malted wheat and German pilsner malt. A nice level of tartness interlaced with a flavor reminiscent of gooseberry normally found in Sauvignon Blanc wines. 3.9% ABV, 4 IBU

“Split the Baby” Lemon/Blueberry Wheat– This traditional American Wheat beer that can be placed in the fruit ale category features the smoothness of typical wheat ales combined with the delightful aromatics and subtle flavor of fresh blueberry puree. A citrus forward hop load is enhanced by the addition of fresh lemon zest in the final brewing stages. 5.5% ABV, 15 IBU

FOR THE HOP HEADS

“Oishii” Pale Ale– After a 3 year hiatus from brewing a new pale ale recipe, our brewers cooked up this Japanese inspired version of an American classic. Sorachi Ace hops are the foundation of this smooth, lighter pale ale that is perfectly complimented by Mandarina and Cascade hops giving it citrus and dill notes. This on has pleased the palates of many while showcasing the flavor profiles of different hop varieties from around world. 5.8% ABV, 37 IBU

“Hank Dazy” West Coast IPA– Brewed in collaboration with our friends at First Draft in Denver for their anniversary, we utilized new brewing techniques to bring out the best hop characteristics in this “old school” IPA. The dank aromatics come from “The King of Pungency” Columbus hops. Classic Chinook hops add layered flavors of tropical fruit and pine, while the oft forgotten Simcoe bring a perfect balance of orange citrus, grapefruit bitterness, and complimentary spice. 6.7% ABV, 59 IBU

“Estate” Pale Ale– Our newest addition to our Pale Ale lineup, the “Estate” was made possible by using fresh Columbus, Chinook, Cascade, and Northern Brewer hops from the backyards of our head brewers. Pleasant hop bitterness accentuates fruity characteristics with a medium finish. 5.8%, 34 IBU

“Lightnin’ Hopkiss” Double IPA– Stone fruit and malt aroma interplay with tropical fruit while floral and dank hop notes from Falconer Flight blend provide a memorable finish. This golden-colored beer forges an eloquent balance between aggressive hop bitterness and malt sweetness. 2016 Denver International Beer Competition Gold Medal Winner. 9% ABV, 120 IBU

“2 Fingers” Tropical IPA– Copious amounts of Mosaic and Hallertau-Mandrina hops provide gobs of citrus, grapefruit and most notably juicy mango flavors. Late hop bursting techniques along with intermittent dry hopping translates into smooth IPA bitterness leaving hopheads more than satisfied. 7.8% ABV, 65 IBU

“Kölsch-Wagen” Hoppy Kölsch- A thirst quenching, pale golden lager chock full of malt and European nuance. Kölsch is a simple style exhibiting tons of complexity when compared to American industrial lagers. A light and fantastic option for enjoying the waning warmth of summer. 5.6% ABV 25 IBU

“Aqueous Transmission” Black IPA- Black/dark brown in color with zero astringent notes and satisfying malt richness are all on display in your glass. German debittered barley brings major mouth feel that plays nicely with a large hop charge from Falconer’s Flight and Cascade hops. 6.8% ABV, 67 IBU

“Heisenberg” Green Chile Pale Ale– A cult classic in our taproom, this medium bodied brew has a perfect malt balance associated with fantastic pale ales. Freshly roasted Hatch Green Chile’s from New Mexico add slight but noticeable green pepper sweetness while mild spiciness round out the flavor profile. Watch for this yearly seasonal release around September. 5.7% ABV, 32 IBU

Dark-Amber

“Cobblestone” Brown Porter– Lighter in body than most Porters, our brewers blended the richness of select English dark and roasted malts to highlight notes of milk chocolate. Big mouth feel with minimal astringency make this an excellent session beer for every porter lover. 5.2% ABV, 29 IBU

“Pullman” Robust Porter– Pullman is medium-full bodied and a stronger, roastier version of traditional porters. Pullman is a historical throwback to the porters of old. Dark brown and strong malt flavor features chocolate and coffee along with slight roasty dryness in the finish. 7.3% ABV, 32 IBU

“Smokey Joe” Rauchbier– A traditional German beer style that has similarities to Oktoberfestbier. Dark amber in color with nice malt characteristics accentuate the “rauch” or smoked flavor profile. 5.9% ABV, 23 IBU

“Abbey Someone” Belgian Dubbel– An artisan blend of Franco-Belgian malts and traditional Belgian Candi Sugar provide a strong foundation to this traditional “Monkish” delight. Amber to garnet in color with big Belgian and fruit esters. A complex malt-forward beer that is satisfying indeed! 8.8% ABV, 22 IBU

“Red Barchetta” Irish Red– Modeled after malty Irish reds, Barchetta utilizes base malt from Ireland, crystal malts and roasted barley resulting in an exceptionally smooth beer. Dark copper in color with ruby red highlights, this beer produces a thick off-white head and finishes clean and dry with earthy old world hop notes. 5.2% ABV, 24 IBU

“Edward’s Wee Demise” Scottish Wee Heavy– This beer possesses a massive caramel malt backbone that is deep and rich. Flavors of raisin and a lingering nutty sweetness come forward making this Wee Heavy more than enjoyable and delicious. 8.8% ABV, 29 IBU

“Zebra Midge” Irish Dry Stout- Nitro– Our take on this classic style exhibits a deep roast that’s both dry and delicious but smooth from the nitro pour. Light to medium bodied with traditional bitterness from roasted barley and hops. 5.1% ABV, 38 IBU

¨Replacement Killer” Pumpkin Ale– After a year hiatus due to pumpkin supply issues, the “Replacement Killer” is back! Tons of pumpkin was roasted with brown sugar to provide subtle flavors that quickly remind you of the fall season. Pumpkin spices accent the flesh of the orange squash and leave you wanting more. 7.2% ABV, 33 IBU 

“Brown Pow” American Brown Ale– A slightly bitter finish compliments the sweetness of caramel and chocolate notes. Medium intensity in aroma, flavor, and body, the “Brown Pow” is the perfect treat after shredding the off-road trails while waiting for winter to drop some real stuff. 6.2% ABV,  32 IBU

“Das Litre” Oktoberfest (Märzen) Lager– Our brewer’s passion and technical proficiency for creating exceptional German biers is on full display in Das Liter! Rich and delicate this amber-hued lager was brewed in March immediately transports the imbiber to the Biergartens of Munich. 4.7% ABV 12 IBU

“Armistice Amber” American Amber– Traditionally released on November, 1st of every year in honor of Veterans Day, this beer is medium-high in maltiness. Slight caramel notes compliment the dark amber color while complimenting a bigger body finish. 6.0% ABV, 40 IBU

“Locavader” German Doppelbock- This big ABV German bier presents a dynamic layered profile. Traditional cold-storage aging of this lager provides an exceptionally clean finish while enhancing the malt-forward characteristics.  Brewed and kegged in the spring months, this treat is only released once optimum flavor profiles are achieved. 8.4% ABV, 24 IBU 

“Inverted Jenny” Dark Cream Ale- Our spin on a traditional cream ale, Jenny uses darker malt while retaining the traditional corn base to produce a light-brown in color, smooth finishing beer. The light addition of hops provides mild bitterness that is true to style while standing out against the rest in such a good way. 4.8% ABV, 16 IBU       

“Friend of the Devil” Black Lager– Dark brown with ruby highlights shine through in this German style lager.  A pillowy, off-white head comes from the finest German pilsner malt while providing clean, chocolate tones without the roasted flavors associated with stouts/porters. 5.1% ABV 25 IBU

“Fireside Winter Warmer” Winter Spiced Ale– Malt-forward with a smooth/rich mouth feel. Caramel, toffee and light roast compliment a subtle blend of holiday spices. True to the Locavore mentality, honey, lemon, orange, ginger, clove, and cinnamon are all sourced locally and complete this winter seasonal release. 8.9% ABV, 20 IBU

“The Squirrel” English Nut Brown Ale– Northern English malt and a light dose of hops make this brown slightly dry but ever drinkable. Subtle sweetness of toffee, chocolate, and nuttiness are noted in flavor and aroma profiles. Light fruity esters round out the thirst-quenching finish. 5.2% ABV, 32 IBU

“Airacuda” California Common– A hybrid (ale and lager) beer of choice of the workin’ folks in 19th century California. Orange/amber in color with a big malt backbone is noted while still being light and crisp in flavor. A bitter finish from the hop bill completes this beer without overwhelming the palette. 5.5% ABV, 31 IBU

 “Muncher Dunkel” Munich Dunkel– This traditional dark lager is malty and clean. The Munich dunkel style dates back to the 1400’s and was one of the original German beer styles, and the first to be fully regulated under Reinheitsgebot (or German purity law).  No gimmicks and nothing-ultra fancy. The result is just exceptional German malt and a brewing team’s attention to detail. 5.3% ABV, 22 IBU

“The Dude” Coffee Brown AleNitro– Lactose and oats create an amazing mouth feel while lightly roasted chocolate malts and a nitrogenated pour transform “The Dude” into the White Russian of beers! Our brown becomes next level after it is infused with “Every Man” coffee, blended and roasted locally by our friends at Corvus Coffee. 4.4% ABV, 14 IBU

Barrel-Aged Rarities

“Pig Iron” Barrel Aged Barleywine– 14-months in a barrel created a regal “wine.” Defining fig and dark fruit notes are on full display in this exceptional English-style barleywine. Both bourbon and stave sit in the background and enhance the appreciable malt profile. 12% ABV, 65 IBU

“Oak Tooth” Barrel Aged Extra Special Bitter– Our classic ESB is aged in Colorado bourbon barrels. Loads of English malt marry well with fruit notes and a rustic flavor from the barrel and just a touch of spirit. 8.1% ABV, 54 IBU

“Black Pearl” Barrel Aged Imperial Porter– A creative blend of seven select malts provide for a chewy, chocolately, roasty canvas. Select Colorado bourbon barrels then transform this Imperial Porter into a one-of- a-kind Picasso. Earthy and rustic flavors are imparted by the mighty oak staves. Cellar aging is highly recommended but not required for bottle holders. 12.2% ABV, 45 IBU

“The Vig” Barrel Aged Russian Imperial Stout– An extremely popular brew for dark beer lovers, “The Vig” is the juice (or take) charged by gambling bookies. Luckily, our “Vig” charged the staves of fresh bourbon barrels a cut of their flavor for over a year. As a bookie might claim, it was worth the wait.