Altbier

Sir Dunkel

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The brewers of Berghoff start with a mix or pilsner and pale ale malts for a complex, dry maltiness, then layer on specialty malts that add toasty, cookie and a little dark toffee character. All of this is balanced by a hop mix that adds to Sir Dunkle’s crisp complexity.

Headless Man

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The ancient peoples that inhabited Wisconsin are known for building numerous celestial stone monuments and earthen effigy mounds to serve as symbols of their culture and their beliefs. Unfortunately, most of these structures have fallen victim to the farmer's plow over the past 150 years. Not far from the brewery, lying preserved on the floor of Rock Lake, are two effigy mounds - a Headless Man and a Turtle. Legend tells us, as the Turtle can survive on both land and in water, its spirit helped guide the Headless Man into the afterlife.

Schmaltz's Alt

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One of the Schell's successors, Waren, had a favorite pastime back in the 30's of going to the city dump to shoot rats–so much that it was a common date for him and his wife-to-be, Casey. The manager of the city dump was John Schmaltz–hence the nickname "Schmaltz." The brew has a rich, sweet malty flavor with hints of licorice and is balanced by a choclaty bitterness and is dark brown in color, topped by a thick, creamy tan head.

Amber

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Alaskan Amber is Alaskan Brewery's flagship beer and is based on a turn-of-the-century recipe that quenched the thirst of miners during the Klondike Gold Rush. Slow fermentation helps condition the flavors in this brew, contributing to its overall balance and smoothness.