Dinkel Acker Oktoberfest

A distinctive spicy, drinkable Märzen. Full salary and full-bodied in flavor, golden yellow in color. Original beer tastes just as before.

Winter Spezial


Hofbrau Winter Special offers a delectable full-bodied flavor w/ a blossomy fragrance & a fine aroma suggestive of hops.

Steady Rollin'


Inspired by the Great Lakes region (our big backyard), their single hop Session IPA is brewed for days when you can only guess the time based on where the sun sits in the sky.

Rally Drum


With a tip of the cap to Tribe superfan and bleacher seat percussionist John Adams, their Red Ale fields a double header of bitter hop and roasted malt flavors.

Grandes Lagos

Colorful hibiscus flowers bloom against a picturesque malt backdrop in this refreshing cerveza from south of the border (of Canada, that is).

El Wisco

Last winter, they asked their brewers, “What’s more refreshing than a Mexican lager on a hot summer afternoon?” They said, “A Mexican lager on a hot summer morning.” Touché. With the mercury still hovering around freezing, they thought warm thoughts, and went to task creating a light-bodied cerveza clara.


There’s no need for hula skirts and a pig roast when you have the bold flavors of Twisted Tea Tropical in your hand. That said, there’s no reason not to have hula skirts and a pig roast when you have a Twisted Tea Tropical in your hand.

Frosted Cherry

We know what you’re thinking – the winter months don’t exactly scream “cherry” to you. But if we already celebrate Christmas in July, why not celebrate the 4th of July at Christmas? Tart and sweet, Twisted Tea Frosted Cherry will help you drink like a patriot all winter long.

Winter Lager

German brewers were onto something centuries ago when they created rich bock beers for the winter. Their version is spiced with cinnamon, ginger, and orange peel for a deep flavor and malty finish that will warm you on a cold winter night.

Summer Ale

Samuel Adams Summer Ale is an American wheat ale. This summer seasonal uses malted wheat, lemon zest and Grains of Paradise, a rare pepper from Africa first used as a brewing spice in the 13th century, to create a crisp taste, spicy flavor and medium body.