Dark and roasty with chocolate undertones. The base beer is heavy with malt and roast flavors but is balanced out and complemented by infusing toasted cacao nibs and mixing in cold brew coffee. We are excited to partner with Broken Arrow’s own Lioness Coffee Roaster/Rattlesnake Cafe for this beer. Visit them on Main Street in the Rose District. They’re awesome folks serving awesome coffee!
Moderate bitterness at first, but don’t worry, it builds on itself. Brewed with all centennial hops, this beer has strong citrus and floral notes. The slightly sticky body is no big deal because you won’t want to take your lips away from the glass anyway.
Strong hop aroma and flavor without an intense bitterness. Hints of tropical fruit and bubblegum. This New England IPA will have you thinking about all those Nor’easters over the years – loud, but all bark and no bite.
No, it has nothing to do with scotch. Just the right amount of malty sweetness and caramel character without being heavy. It will only take a few to make you feel like you’re ready for the caber toss. The reddish-brown color has nothing to do with stereotypes about red-headed Scots. The reference to kilts though…
Golden orange in color with minimal bitterness. A balanced and refreshing beer with just enough peppery and spicy notes to have you going back for another sip. This highly carbonated beer might have snobs calling it “effervescent.” If anyone questions why you’re getting another one, feel free to give them the side-eye.
Sparkling Wine is to Champagne as Air Quotes is to Kolsch. The ale/lager hybrid is light, clean, refreshing, and thirst-quenching. This “Kolsch-style” beer is part of every balanced diet, trust us. And don’t talk to us about umlauts…
This beer pours copper/dark brown and carries a sweet maltiness. Toasty and caramel flavors are predominant but the taste finishes clean. This beer won gold in a Midwest regional homebrew competition. If you rooted for the Average Joes against Girl Scout Troop #417, this brew is for you.
We will be consistently rotating to new beers on tap, so check back frequently!