Rackhouse Ale


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.

Ohio City

Dark and roasty yet light and smooth as a fresh coat of snow, their Oatmeal Stout will kick your cabin fever and inspire you to toss another log on the fire.

Mysterious Ways


In times of fasting, Bavarian monks believed their Doppelbock cleansed the body and soul. What was it that made this holy elixir sacrosanct? Was it the beer’s angelically rich caramel flavor that made it divine, or its sublimely smooth mouthfeel? Whichever it may be, this malty brew will have you pondering its Mysterious Ways.

Market Street Wheat


This Hefeweizen is just one of the many benefits of the three decades of community development in Ohio City. It symbolizes their first brewpub in the state of Ohio in a vacant building across from a Communist bookstore on a rundown street. And while the Market Avenue you see today showcases beautiful cobblestones and a historic charm, 1988 was quite a different story.

Lawn Seat


Spread a blanket, kick off your shoes, and watch their Kolsch's crisp, spicy hop aromas and laid-back malt finish turn any seat into the best seat in the house.

Hop Madness


Beware, drinker! Hop hysteria could happen to you! Especially after indulging in their dry-hopped Double IPA's shockingly intense tropical aromas and hair-raising bitterness.

Grandes Lagos

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



Named after the Glockenspiel of Marienplatz in Munich, Germany, their full-bodied weizenbock reverberates with vibrant flavors. Complex, spicy notes of clove and banana ring brightly through deep-tones of sweet malt and earthy hops.

Beer Friends Hoppy Lager


What makes Great Lakes Brewing Company and Lakefront Brewery such good beer friends? They’ve got so much in common! The lakes, the lagers, the family roots, the independence. So it makes perfect sense for them to collaborate on a bright, bold hoppy lager that honors both their shared lager tradition and their passion for experimentation. It’s a toast to best friends (and beer friends) everywhere.

Barrel Aged Christmas Ale


Hark! A heavenly chorus of spices and honey and a fanfare of oak and vanilla flavors resound with each joyous sip of their bourbon barrel aged Christmas Ale.