Beers + Beverages + Snacks

THE BEERS


Angel IPA // 6.5% // grapefruit + spring flowers

Our take on the classic west coast India Pale Ale. The hops are front and center to this beer, but the overwhelming hop bitterness that is pervasive to the style is non-existent. Warrior, Amarillo, Palisade, and Citra hops make for slightly-citrus and heavy floral sensory characteristics.


Fluffy Puffy Sunshine // 6.5% // ripe orange + soft body

This true-to-type New England India Pale Ale is a citrus-centric beverage with a creamy, big body. Citra and El Dorado provide orange fruit characteristics and the hefty amount of oats leaves enough residual sugars for a large body and completely opaque appearance. Very low bitterness.


Dishman Hills // 5.3% // lemon + straw

Dishman Hills is an unfiltered Pilsner brewed with 100% locally-grown malts. Hopped with the Kaiser of German Hops – Hallertau Mittelfrüh – and Loral, the aroma on this beer is downright absurd thanks to the high levels of Humulene oils. Crisp and slightly bitter from the low alpha acids, Dishman Hills exudes notes of lemon and pepper with the prominent characteristic of dry straw.


Flight of Fancy // 6.3% // creamy + citrus + smooth

This collaboration with Project Craft Brewing (Elk, WA) is a Milkshake IPA with loads of hops, including Falconer’s Flight, Azacca, El Dorado, and Sabro. A significant weight of oats in the mash create a ridiculously smooth and hefty body with all the residual sweetness expected from the style.


Sodesto // 5.9% // grapefruit + orange zest

A pale ale brewed with hops all originating from southwestern WA with 100% locally-grown malts. Tons of orange peel and grapefruit on the tongue with heavy citrus aromas. Warrior hops for bittering and El Dorado, Azacca, and Mosaic for the sensory profile. Light body with a smooth, pillowy head.


1603 // 4.8% // crisp + light + fruity

A Kölsch is a lager-like beverage born in Cologne, Germany. The benefit of a beer that is similar but different to a lager is less production time from grain to glass. Our take on this classic style is brewed true-to-type at mid-range fermentation temperatures and uses 100% locally-grown Baroness Pilsner malts. The addition of traditional German Perle hops adds a slight fruitfulness to the sensory characteristics. This beer is brewed to be enjoyed all day.


Point to Point // 6.3% // passion fruit + pineapple

This New England IPA is our homage to the hop-growing meccas of central Washington and Australia. Galaxy and Simcoe hops are front and center of this soft-bodied, citrus-forward beverage. Those two hops are arguably the kings of their respective locales. It is an easy-drinking beer with tons of palate and olfactory delights.


Mama Made // 5.7% // apple pie + cinnamon

A collaboration beer brewed with Four Eyed Guys Brewing (Spokane, WA). This is a blonde ale base hopped with Pacifica and El Dorado. Nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, and all spice were added post fermentation. It truly tastes like an apple pie just like mama used to make.


Riverbend // 6.3% // coffee + vanilla

A true Porter in the sense that it is brewed with a light, soft body but bursts with flavors focusing on the grain bill. We add coffee from 4 Seasons Coffee Roasters (Spokane, WA) and cold brew it in-house before the post-fermentation addition. Glacier hops are used to provide a classic – albeit slight – spice on the back of the tongue.


By and By // 7.0% // cinnamon + chocolate

Almost a dessert beer, this Milk Stout includes post-fermentation additions of cinnamon sticks and chocolate. With a classic stout grain bill plus lactose in the boil, the end result is a heavy-bodied delight with slight cinnamon character. The addition of Glacier hops adds a minimal bitterness due to the relatively low alpha acid content.


The Departed // 6.2% // toasted caramel

This classic American Amber is exactly what you would expect for the style: slight nuttiness with heavy notes of caramel and perhaps even a bit of chocolate. As is tradition, a small addition of Cascade hops puts the spotlight on the malts used in the mash. With a dark brown and slightly opaque appearance, this beer is crisp, tasty, and straight to the point.


Soprano // 5.5% // apricot + tart

Unlike a Wild Sour, a Fruited Kettle Sour doesn’t have many sensory complexities. They are what you expect. After the mash, the wort is left in the kettle for nearly 48 hours in order to let the Lactobacillus do its job: make the beer sour. After the boil, where Pacifica hops and lactose are added, we introduce apricot puree to give it some oomph. The entire process leads to a beer that is tart, sweet, and tastes like…well…apricot.


Half Sack // 6.9% // caramel + roasted nut

Let’s talk testicles. This beer was brewed for a close friend of ours recently diagnosed with testicular cancer. With that, $1 from every tasting room pour will go to research dedicated to the disease. The beer itself is a classic Brown Ale: heavy biscuit and nuttiness characteristics with slight sweetness and a dark brown appearance. Willamette hop additions bring minimal flavor, focusing more on bitterness instead. Highly crushable for the style.

NON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES


Side Hustle Soda // cranberry + cinnamon

Non-alcoholic Cranberry Spice soda made exclusively for our tasting room by Side Hustle Syrups (Spokane Valley, WA). Great for kids and/or designated drivers.

SNACKS


Mama Torrez Salsas + Chips

We will always offer a variety of chips and salsa from Mama Torrez Salsas (Spokane, WA).


Corn + Flour Tortilla Chips


Original Salsa // medium


Spicy Salsa // hot


Roasted Hatch Verde // medium


Roasted Red Hatch // mild


Pico de Gallo // mild