Our updated draft list, available in crowlers for carry out until 9pm. Enjoy your crowlers fresh for best taste. Prices listed are carryout/crowlers only.
Black Wheat Ale. Looks heavy. Drinks light.
A session strength, Michigan sourced, hoppy saison. Naturally carbonated with Michigan beet sugar.
Dark Oud Bruin style ale soured in French Oak for just shy of a year
At Blake’s Hard Cider Co., we like spicing things up, that’s why we put dimmers on the lights in our Tasting Room. This sweet heated blend melds Blake’s homegrown habanero peppers with juicy mango and our famous Blake’s apples. He’s sweet with a little heat, feel the burn with El Chavo.
It’s an exclusive club, often know as “Pitcher’s Only” in the Arm Barn. These are the players who are ready and willing to get on the mound with your championship dreams on the line in a tight game and no margin for error. This Hazy IPA is built with those players in mind, ready for the spotlight.
The legendary “Triple Crown.” Few players from the modern era have that award in their trophy case. Carl “YAZ” Yastrzemski has been a part of baseball lore for decades, and we’re excited to introduce “YAZ” as a future hall of famer.
Driftless Wit-sconsin is a classic hazy, delicate, Belgian white beer that is pure joy drinking. Brewed with Wisconsin malt and hops our Wit takes on the character of the Badger State. A billowy white foam caps this straw-colored hazy liquid with tingly carbonation sending forth aromas of bread, clover honey, gentle floral spice from concise amounts of sweet orange peel, coriander, and chamomile flowers all coming together and not overpowering. Superbly easy drinking with a modest honey-like sweetness, gentle spice from Wisconsin grown Saaz hops and spice additions that add pizazz. Soft hints of citrus compliment the bready wheat and oat malts on a silky, delicate bodied ale that finishes clean, tart, and dry.
Backwoods Bastard gets the full-fledged breakfast treatment! Our malty and rich bourbon barrel-aged Scotch ale is introduced to the essence of smooth maple, warm cinnamon and notes of sweet vanilla for an incredibly decadent brunch-inspired sipper. One taste and you’d swear you were digging into your Sunday morning French toast. Breakfast for dinner, anyone?
Rich graininess, hints of plum and flavors of dark chocolate and espresso with moderate bitterness; finishes dry with a clean alcohol note.
Hops take a back seat in this smooth, luscious, quaffable Ale. Brewed with Madagascar vanilla,this Cream Ale will have you leaping for more.
This hearty, crimson-brown German-style Doppelbock seemed like a fitting commemorator. Heaps of nutty, toasty Munich malts give this amped-up lager a complex malty-sweetness with notes of dried fruit and fresh, whole-grain bread crusts.
Severe Drought, we shared the farmer’s horror as Wisconsin’s cherry crop failed! Dan bought what cherries he could. The Apple crop fared better. Then joy! A grand Wisconsin cranberry harvest. What will Dan brew with Apples, Cranberries and Cherries? Oh my! You hold the happy accident of Wisconsin’s favorite fruit aged in oak with an almost magical wild fermentation. Serendipity is a wondrous celebration that sparkles your senses and dances across your palate. A kaleidoscope of flavor discovered by accident in a sour ale! Cheers to the unexpected.
IPA with Cryo Amarillo Hops and Pear. Cloud Gate, aka The Bean, has apparently transformed into a giant, metallic.... PEAR! Pear Gate is a delightful pale ale with just the right amount of fresh pear to balance the crisp malt and hops.
A rich and malty Vienna lager that is crisp and clean. This beer is driven by malt and made for easy drinking straight to the finish.
Witness the tremendous power of the American hop assault empowered to Imperial proportions. A vast and mighty double dry hop marshals all the citrus, pine, and floral notes possible toward a crisp, bright finish.
Powder Day Double Dry-Hopped IPA. We started dry-hopping, and it snowballed into a full-on powder day. Notes of citrus, stone fruit, and melon pile high in a blizzard of lupulin powder.
Malt forward french style ale cellered on oak. Exceptionally smooth with subtle fruity notes.