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German Wheat, Pilsner and Munich malts provide the light breadiness, German hops give this beer a light spicy flavoring. The Bavarian Hefeweizen yeast strain provides the rest: banana ester with a light phenolic clove note.
Aroma is nutty peanut butter. Taste is peanut butter, sweet malt, licorice, and a light fruitiness
Brewed in celebration of being erect for 2 million years! This NW style Double IPA doesn’t mess around. Big piney, hop notes with a big malt body to back it up.
This light amber colored Piraat with full foam head overwhelms with an aroma of bitter, spicy, malty and alcoholic scents.
A coppery malt body and plentiful hop character for a classic Pacific Northwest style IPA to satisfy the Hopmonger in all of us
Oxen are typically used for the heavier work on the farm as one of the stronger types of cattle; we imagine after a touch day out in the fields, out Oxbow Oxen would want to settle into the rivers bend with a nice hop forward beer like this one. Our Oxbow India Style Pale Ale is medium bodied and aggressively hopped with a technique called “whirlpool” hopping which adds a nice delicate citrusy aroma and flavor. We also use a combination of Citra and Ekuanot hops in our dry hopping for that tropical fruit bouquet and to get a well-balanced, very drinkable American IPA.
This knockout of a beer is so named for the hop additions that give this great drinking ale that American twist. Four rounds of hops are added to the boil with the last addition at the knockout of the boil. A rich, creamy ale fermented at cool temperatures has a clean finish with hints of citrus. Medium-light bodied and ideally balanced for all tastes; make this a perfect beer when you want more. Fourth Round’s tempting light golden color, biscuit aroma, and smoothness go down effortlessly and often! Or maybe just four rounds…..
Brewed to help raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis research and Team Left Hand Bike MS rides. Team Left Hand is dedicated to solving the riddle which is Multiple Sclerosis. Since 2008, we have raised over $3 million, and hope you’ll consider joining us to raise funds and awareness for the millions of people around the world who are fighting this disease today
Super smooth & refreshing subtle zing from berry notes with a striking pink color.
Hugh Heifer was created for a beer dinner a few years ago. Our brew team came together to formulate a seductive dessert beer and we love this beer so much that we brought it back as our rotating seasonal stout. This beer is a luxurious and velvety stout with a rich and complex flavor and aroma. The nose is dominated by layers of Chocolate, Coffee and lightly roasted Coco Puffs.
OADIE GRAPEFRUIT RADLER was inspired by the annual BoulDurango, where some of Colorado’s most tenured brewers join up for a 400+ mile ride. Brewed with natural grapefruit puree, this easy-drinking ale pours a hazy sunrise gold and is bursting with citrus aroma. Unique in its class, this Radler is dry and slightly tart, with just enough bitterness to keep both cyclists and spectators coming back for more.
COLETTE is our homage to the saisons that Belgian farm workers have enjoyed for centuries. Brewed with barley, wheat and rice and fermented at high temperatures with a special blend of four different yeast strains, COLETTE is fruity and slightly tart, with a dry finish that makes it that rarest of treats — a beer as refreshing as it is complex.
This traditional English-style IPA is a hop lover’s dream with a fruity aroma, set off by a dry malt middle, and long hop finish.
A moderate, refreshing ale with noticeable hop aroma balanced by supporting malt flavors.
Big Bad Baptista is a combination of Vanilla, Cinnamon, Mexican coffee roasted by Blue Copper, and Solstice Chocolate cacao nibs. It’s luxurious to say the least, with a pleasant warming sensation generated by the cinnamon and alcohol. Enjoying the interplay of chocolate, malt, oak, and spice is the perfect way to spend a cool evening, with friends around a fire.
In the spring of 1980, a bearded, long haired, ragtag work crew known as the Gypsy Stumpers were hired to clear the stumps out of the newly formed runs on Hood River Meadows. Camped at lift tower 10 on HRM, they worked long hours falling trees six feet in diameter, but only three feet tall. Much like the stumpers, this beer works twice as hard for your riding pleasure. Tangerine and herbal flower notes make their way through the resinous, pine forest nose. Its sturdy body holds the weight of the vigorous hopping, resulting in an assertive balance.
An elegant IPA fermented with French Champagne yeast, blushing with honeyed apple and ripe citrus aromas. A no nonsense, get-out-of-my-way malt bill sings the parallel harmonies with the hops and yeast. Dry, light and oh so bubbly.
A bitter, moderately strong American pale ale that uses its clean, supporting malt to showcase its hop character. 4mg CBD.
A classic American wheat ale brewed with the finest two-row malted barley and white wheat. Don’t let the light straw color fool you… this sessionable beer registers at 5.4 ABV delivering full mouthfeel and a delicious finish that is crisp and refreshing. SemperFI American Wheat Ale checks in at 19 IBUs with additions of northwest Cascade and Centennial hops that deliver a pleasing bitterness. We are proud to support the 03XX Foundation by adding this All-American Beer to our line up.
Great layered malt character with some mild biscuit flavor. Light-bodied, lightly bitter, and a crisp lager finish.
Our nod to tell all the pinball wizards out there. Supple Wrist Pale Ale has no bells or buzzers, just a clean refreshing malt flavor with citrus and tropical hop notes.
This classic American Porter has the perfect balanced of dark chocolate from Whimsy Chocolates, caramel and toasted malt for full flavor with a medium-light body.
Pub Beer started as a project to create an easy drinking craft lager that 10 Barrel’s employees could enjoy during the day and still be productive.
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With all of the rich apple character of our Farmhouse Dry, this cider features just a splash of sweetness to enhance the fruit flavor. Made with real cider apples pressed in the fall, this cider is slow fermented all winter, yielding a smooth mostly dry cider that is as drinkable as they come.
Like a dry wine with complex flavors. The apple character marries with the added fruit to create a balanced flavor.
Red-fleshed Mountain Rose and Pink Pearl apples add subtle color to this lightly tart cider, with
delicate aromas of citrus and raspberry. This cider is dry and effervescent, leaving behind tart
cranberry and chardonnay.
Family lore has it that I really wasn’t much of a berry picker as a kid, but I remember things quite differently! Logans are generally one of the first berries of the season, and making this sweet, fruity cider floods me with memories of picking them behind where the farm store is today. Logans can’t be picked with a machine as they are too delicate and soft, and those attributes come out in the cider as a sweetness from start to finish.
Apple Outlaw Ciders are handcrafted at our family orchard in the Applegate Valley of Southern Oregon. We grow apples, we make cider, and we thank you for drinking it – Cheers!
Our Grapefruit & Hops starts with the aromas of melon and pungent citrus, a dry and tart body with subtle earthiness, and then ends with a sharp refreshing finish.