Draft

Sommer/Keller

Style: 

Hofbräu München's Münchner Sommer naturtrüb is brewed according to traditional recipes. The refreshing sparkle makes this bottom-fermented, naturally cloudy beer garden speciality an ideal alternative to Weissbier.

Delicator

Style: 

A Hofbräu specialty with limited availability and only in draft in a few selected establishments. It falls into the category of double bock.

Marzen

A traditional Munich brew, the name derives from the month it was orginally brewed in - March. The use of Münchner malt (a specialty darker malt) gives it the light Bernstein color.

Turntable Pils

Style: 

Flip that record and wax nostalgic about Ohio's deep-cut musiclegacy with our refreshing pilsner. Consider this their reissue of a classic style.

Tripel Dog Dare

It takes a special kind of person to appreciate the bold complexity of a Belgian-styleTripel. Is that a challenge you’re willing to walk away from? Of course not, you brave adventurer. After all, unlike sticking your tongue to a frozen flagpole, engaging in a violent game of red rover, or chucking snowballs in a frosty battle royal, sipping Tripel Dog Dare offers a much more satisfying reward.

Steady Rollin'

Style: 

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.

Sharpshooter

Style: 

Inspired by Ohio’s “little sure shot” Annie Oakley, this Hoppy Wheat beer is peppered with rounds of whole orange peel and fully loaded with Jarrylo hops.

Rise 'n Hop

Style: 

What do you get when you add 100 gallons of Phoenix Coffee’s cold brew to a refreshing, citrus-forward IPA? A delicious reason to get up in the morning! Phoenix’s Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Kochere gives their hoppy IPA a bright complexity, with notes of honeysuckle and lemon. Complemented by fruity and piney American hops, Rise ‘n Hop IPA is a pint-size pick-me-up.

Rally Drum

Style: 

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.

Rackhouse Ale

Style: 

Inspired by America’s proud distilling tradition, they age their sweet bold Rackhouse Ale in bourbon barrels to create this venerable, one-of-a-kind sipper. Savor it now or save it for later—this smooth, complex brew gets even better with age.

Pages