A red IPA made redder with added beets giving this ale its brilliant color. Also featuring a proprietary blend of hops called Falconer’s Flight 7 C’s that lend a complex fruity nose and flavor. Hoppy Halloween!
Usually a big and bitter black ale from the Pacific Northwest, we used copious amounts of toasted coconut to create a wonderful combination of aroma, flavor and texture with a creamy and smooth mouthfeel — all without being too sweet.
A large proportion of roasted barley combined with lactose gives this milk stout coffee aroma and flavor with a smooth, creamy finish.
Chocolate, crystal and cherry wood-smoked malts come together to make a rich (but not too heavy) porter that’s just been kissed by smoke.
We took our Bellevue Common and made it twice the beer. Two times the corn, barley and rye, with added molasses make this an easy-drinking fall beer.
A delicate blend of vanilla and maple syrup are combined in this brown ale to create a sweet, strong ale — perfect for the cool fall weather.
A mellow blonde with American and English hopes to show the lighter side of Darkness.
Chocolate malt and cocoa powder make for smooth textures and flavors of dark chocolate.
A different take on our almost-famous Man on the Moo. Roasted barley was replaced with chocolate malt and a bit of baking chocolate to create a silky-smooth texture with notes of bittersweet chocolate.
Brewed with real pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice from Colonel De himself.
All the rage in the late 1800’s, this historic beer is made with ingredients commonly found in Kentucky. Corn, barley and rye make this beer light and easy to drink.
Our version of a Hefeweizen that’s named for Bellevue’s Beach Park. A simple recipe of pilsner and wheat malts, noble hops, and yeast. The nose is all banana, and the flavor starts with banana and moves to slight clove with a clean, malty finish. Very refreshing and made to drink all day.
A dark wheat beer with notes of banana and clove. Roasted and crystal wheat add color and malty flavor to this Dunkelweizen.
A single-hopped black ale featuring Mosiac hops. The late hop additions and dry hopping create tons of flavor upfront with a clean, smooth finish.
Strong fruit and citrus characteristics with layers of spicy and earthy overtones. Falconer’s Flight 7 C’s are a blend of hops all beginning with the letter C.
A single-hopped black ale featuring Simcoe hops and cold-brewed coffee to create lots of flavor with a clean, smooth finish.
Our example of an imperial stout, or American Double Stout. Ours has just the right amount of roast mouthfeel with a strong finish.
A blend of roasted malts and lactose create a rich and creamy mouth feel with a light body.
A single-hopped black ale featuring Centennial hops. The late hop additions and dry hopping create tons of flavor upfront with a clean, smooth finish.
IPA-style black ale featuring Chinook, Mosiac and Centennial hops for a citrus and piney blend that is a hop head’s dream.
A single malt and single hop ale showcasing the Marris Otter malt and the East Kent Goldings hop. The British malt and British hop create a mild, malty golden ale.