Blackout Stout

Bold and dark as a power-less metropolis, our Russian Imperial Stout commemorates the infamous 2003 blackout that briefly left some 55 million people utterly unplugged.

Barrel Aged Barely Wine

Aged for 6 months in bourbon barrels, our caramel-colored Barley Wine matures into a bold, lively brew. With a smooth, velvety taste and a mellow hop nose, it gives “wait ‘til next year” a whole new meaning.

Alberta Clipper


Named for the intense winter storms that sweep the Great Lakes region, our porter is rich and smooth with balanced gusts of tart raspberry and bittersweet chocolate.

Imperial Pumpkin


Brandy Barrel-Aged Imperial Pumpkin Ale pays homage to Lakefront’s formative years and to Wisconsin roots.

Hop Jockey


What do you do when you’ve already got one of the best craft IPAs? Double down. This hot-blooded thoroughbred pours freshly-polished copper color with a foamy, off-white mane.

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.

Cherry Lager


Pours deep red with a thin, lacy head. Strong brandy overtones of fresh cut oak, tobacco, and red fruit greet the nose, followed by notes of toffee and marzipan.

Murphy's Stout


Murphy’s is an internationally recognized Irish stout, brewed since 1856 in the iconic Lady’s Well Brewery, Cork.

Murphy's Stout is a pure malt stout brewed in a totally natural process using natural ingredients, pale malt, roasted barley, chocolate malt, water, hops and yeast to give its distinctive black appearance.

Dos Equis Lager Especial

Dos Equis Lager Especial is a golden pilsner-style beer made from pure spring water and the choicest hops. With a balanced composition and a smooth, clean finish, it’s the party guest who is always invited and never overstays his welcome.

Fatty Boombalatty

The conception and naming of this beer happened in one fell swoop. Unsure whether to create a light session beer or a fun ball-buster, they decided on a beer that would be “a big, fatty boombalatty” version of a Belgian white.