Our Sommer’s Ale with raspberries and black berries added. An ale light in color and body, slightly bitter, but well balanced. The classic American Willamette hop provides a light, pleasant floral aroma.
Irish Red Ale
An Irish Style Red Ale. Coppery red in color, with hints of chocolate and coffee in both aroma and flavor from caramel malt and a touch of roasted barley. Very lightly hopped only to balance the sweetness of the strong malt backbone.
A tarted up Hefeweizen. Kettle soured to produce a dry, fairly tart beer that finishes lightly with the characteristic hefe flavors of banana, clove, and yeast.
A Robust Porter brewed with Cluster hops and infused with powdered cocoa. Very dark in color from the addition of black patent and chocolate malts, with a forward aroma and flavor of chocolate emboldened by the addition of powdered cocoa.
First Love Coffee Stout
A stout brewed with First Love Espresso beans from Beans Coffee Bar.
God Save the Queen
A light English Bitter- A Bready aroma with a mildly bitter and malty flavor and a clean crisp slightly dry finish.
A collaborative brew with Killstone Brewing. This is a remake of the first beer we brewed. The first time we brewed it was at Killstone before we opened. A Belgian style beer brewed with blueberry pancakes and finished with maple syrup.
A light crisp flavor with a sweet aroma and subtle hop characteristics. A great summer time beer!
Flatlands own spin on an IPA- A fresh lightly floral aroma with some grainy sweetness and a resinous hop forward flavor.
Our Sommerâs Ale with raspberries and black berries added. An ale light in color and body, slightly bitter, but well balanced.Â The classic American Willamette hop provides a light, pleasant floral aroma.
Our take on cream soda. All of the sugar is from pure maple syrup produced by Height O’ Land Maple Syrup.
Three Legged Squirrel
American Pale Ale. Light golden color and light body. Brewed with Cascade hops giving it a lemony-citrus aroma and flavor, creating a crisp, refreshing, easy to drink beer.
Yahnke Farm Cream Ale
An unconventional take on a classic style. Golden in color, with emphasis on a grainy aroma and flavor from the addition of biscuit malt. Medium body and a slight sweetness is achieved through the addition of lactose, which does not ferment. Refreshing and easily drinkable.