Beer currently available
A nutty, chocolaty, caramel porter, complemented by the addition of creamy peanut butter flavor. It’s a true liquid peanut butter cup.
Our amber wheat beer, with its fine-poured white foam, smells of cloves and impresses consumers with its refreshing banana flavor. It is full-bodied with a smooth yeast taste.
This hazy pale is light but flavorful. It was dry-hopped with fuggles and eureka hops, giving it a hazy straw color. You smell effervescent notes of tropical peach on the nose, and notice a bright mouthful.
STRATA DRY HOPPED. The byproduct of a meeting that could have been an email. This single-hop pale is designed to showcase the complexities and nuances of individual hops.
Brewed with lactose and a heap of marshmellows. Finished with pineapple and cherry puree and conditioned on toasted coconut, orange zest and ehole vanilla. Mosaic citra and touch of idaho hops.
This south-of-the-border version of our Crimea River Baltic porter features Mexican vanilla beans, cacao, Happy Rock El Chupacabra roast cold-brewed coffee, and Saigon cinnamon. You won’t want a wall between your taste buds and this beer!
Named after famed “Father of Oregon” Dr. John McLoughlin, our Scottish ale is a bold homage to this venerable iconoclast. Super malt-forward with notes of biscuit, toffee, and caramel, it’ll blow your hair back.
Cocktail Inspired Sour Ale. Brewed with 100% Weyermann Maltz, Kettle Soured using only Sour Maltz (no dairy) for natural and wild fermentation. Finished with a Belgian yeast strain, lager for at least 30 days finally fruit is added the day it is purchased to give the best and freshest aroma and flavor possible.
Our NW style Red Ale is a beer for people who love IPAs, but like a little malt sweetness. Malts include American two-row, crystal 120, plus a blend of Special B and Red X malt. Then we throw in Summit, Centennial, and Cascade hops to balance out the sweetness creating complex flavors for a beer that appeals to both the hop lover and non-hop lover alike.
Deep in the heart of Labyrinth Forge resides our hero and inspiration, the Hoptaur. This fearless Northwest IPA is the spawn of locally sourced craft malt and heroic amounts of Bravo and Centennial hops to add classical citrus and pine flavors and aromas. Dare to get lost with Hoptaur, and tell your tale at #getlostwithyourbeer!
Full of blueberries and black currants and has a delicate acidity giving a delicious fruit experience.
Shorter days and colder temperatures mean it’s time to dust off the sweaters and cozy up with a stout. Brewed in collaboration with Ranger Chocolate Co., this beer goes down smooth with notes of dark rye bread, baking chocolate, molasses, and dark fruit, leading to a dry finish.
Amber in color, this beer has a strong, dense, white head and pleasant aromas of caramel and honey, with a good balance of malt and fruity notes. Dinkelacker Oktoberfest Märzen has a rich, textured palate with an underlying sweetness, true to tradition. Brewed according to the German Purity Law, this beer is extremely smooth and easy to drink – a great beer for celebrating.
This cocoa-forward strong porter brewed with 8 different grains will excite your palate with a hint of cherry-wood smoke & dark fruit notes enhanced by 30-plus lbs. of Oregon wild plums in the boil. You may want to find a nice corner to sit in and enjoy!
For all you people who are afraid of beer you can’t see through, this one is for you. Willamette Hops, Malts: Premium Two Row, Pilsener, Flaked Rice, Flaked Barley.
13 Plato and 13 IBUs Helped Name this beer. 13 Total ingredients and 5 different malts used in the brewing process. A rich, roasty, almost coffee-like flavor dominates this distinct beer.
Full of NW Columbus, Simcoe, Cascade and Amarillo hops -Skidsteer’s bold, assertive bitterness is balanced by clean malt and heavenly hops.
Cider currently available
Strawberry Cider, Our unique flavor profile consists of american cider, crab, culinary, heirloom, english & french cider apples. Grown, hand picked, pressed and fermented in the Willamette Valley, Oregon.
This cider tries to bring forward all the luscious goodness of blackberries without being crazy sweet. How’d we do?
Rich and semi-sweet on the palate and produces a tart finish that dances on the tongue. The acidity makes this an easy drinking cider that is refreshing
These are the first apples to grow in the valley each year and make a great choice for our first press of the 2019 season. Gravensteins are a tart green apple and we blended these with Ribston Pippins to add body and lusciousness, creating zesty goodness.