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We feature over 30 revolving taps to choose from. See our current selection below.
Enjoy $2.50 taps from 11am-6pm Monday thru Friday, and all day Sunday.
BA Coffee Russian Imperial Stout September 5th -11th is National Suicide prevention week, so Dark Matter Coffee, 3 Floyds and Mastodon teamed up to do a special release that raises awareness and funds for Hope For The Day, an organization that helps people and families of all shapes and sizes deal with mental health issues and suicide prevention. This project is called "Crack the Skye", after the Mastodon album of the same name, which was dedicated to the Skye Dailor, the sister of Brann Dailor, drummer for Mastodon. Skye died of suicide at the age of 14, which had an obvious impact on her friends and family. The coffee and beer release has a special meaning for the Brann, the band, DMC and 3 Floyds, with proceeds benefiting Hope For The Day.
A traditional Belgian-style farmhouse ale, the perfect combination of elements came together in their #7 fermenter. You could call it fate, but they called it Tank 7, and so it is. Beginning with a big surge of fruity aromatics and grapefruit-hoppy notes, the flavor of this complex, straw-colored ale tapers off to a peppery, dry finish.
Originally brewed as a one-off in celebration of the 300th batch at our original Minneapolis brewery, 300 was so well received we had to bring it back every year. It's an IPA built on a base of Weyermann Pilsner malt and heavily hopped from start to finish with Mosaic, one of our favorite -- and unfortunately nearly impossible to find -- hop varieties. At 74 IBU and just under 7% ABV, 300 is pure hop candy and brewed in only a small quantity each year, so get it while you can.
Aged in the third-use barrels that were once home to Kentucky bourbon and then our renowned Bourbon County Stout, this traditional English-style barleywine possesses the subtlety of flavor that only comes from a barrel that’s gone through many seasons of ritual care. The intricacies of the previous barrel denizens – oak, charcoal, hints of tobacco and vanilla, and that signature bourbon heat – are all present in this beer. Hearty and complex, Bourbon County Brand Barleywine is a titan and a timeline; a bold, flavorful journey through the craft of barrel aging.
A lively assortment of citrusy goodness with just the right amount of wheat to provide a subtle bready backbone. Inspired by lyrics from Peace Train (Cat Stevens) “Now I've been happy lately, thinking about the good things to come. And I believe it could be, something good has begun”
In 1989, Lakefront Brewery owner, Russ Klisch was reading dusty brewing tome, tipping one of our fine lagers and came across a beer recipe that Thomas Jefferson had brewed with pumpkin at his home in Monticello. Lakefront Brewery’s Pumpkin Lager is one-of-the only pumpkin lagers available in the world; all other pumpkin beers are ales. Using real pumpkin and a proprietary blend of spices made here in Milwaukee for us by the acclaimed Spice House, our brewers lager this beer for 4 full weeks. This extra time gives Pumpkin Lager a deep, smooth richness that no ale can match. A frothy entry leads to an off-dry, medium-to-full body of intense cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, and candied yam flavor on a nutty whole grain toast palate. Finishes with a drier spice and light toffee fade. Caramel and Munich malts reinforce this beer’s mouthfeel and lend to the malty sweetness. A nicely balanced spice beer for those cool fall nights.
Who needs pumpkin pie when you can have this! It’s all treats and no tricks with McKenzie’s “Pumpkin Jack” Fall Seasonal Hard Cider! This selective Seasonal uses only the finest real pumpkin and fall spices to enhance and excite both your nose and your taste buds!
Treat yourself to a rare delight. The voluminous raspberry bouquet will greet you long before your lips touch your glass. Serve this Wisconsin framboise very cold in a champagne flute. Then hold your glass to a light and enjoy the jewel-like sparkle of a very special ale. Oregon proudly shares their harvest of mouth watering berries, which we ferment spontaneously in large oak vats. Then we employ Wisconsin farmed wheat and year old Hallertau hops to round out this extravaganza of flavor.
Cask conditioned ale has been the popular choice among brews since long before prohibition. We continue this pioneer spirit with our Wisconsin farmhouse ale. Brewed with flaked barley and the finest Wisconsin malts. We even give a nod to our farmers with a little hint of corn. Naturally cloudy we allow the yeast to remain in the bottle to enhance fullness of flavors, which cannot be duplicated otherwise. Expect this ale to be fun, fruity and satisfying. You know you're in Wisconsin when you see the Spotted Cow.
Big and bold. Silky and strong. Plumptuous features an ideal balance of pale malt, crystal malt and English Bramling Cross hops to deliver a full bodied drinking experience with plum and caramel undertones. Note the touch of roast from a hint of black malt. Pop the top, and take a bite!
Extremely pale yellow in color, Infectious Groove is everything your customers loved about our Berliner Weisse with a bit more bang for their buck. Still sessionable, this one clocks in @ 4.8% ABV. A large percentage of raw wheat is used in this brew to produce a foamy head in your glass that will give way to aromas of ripe lemons as it recedes. Refreshingly tart acidity would be an understatement, and a light mouthfeel that finishes dry, begging you to drink more greets you at the end of every sip. This is the first sour commercially available year round in Wisconsin at standard pricing.
Our flagship beer was named after our founder’s grandmother and crafted to please her purely classic tastes. Mildly hopped, light in color and body, and clean to the taste, this california common-style lager drinks easy. Each sip charms the senses with distinct flavor and refreshing simplicity, delivering a smooth finish. Dorothy is truly the “Classic Beauty.”
Brewed with a blend of American caramel malts for deep color and malt sweetness, and bombarded with hops throughout the brewing and conditioning process for a hoppy aroma and snappy bitter bite. Six hop varieties each vie for attention from the first sniff through the lingering finish- some citrusy, some resiny, some earthy and dank... but all in a high-flying balancing act with the malt richness.
Made with pure maple syrup from Anderson’s Maple Syrup Farm in Cumberland, Wisconsin! The aroma & flavor of maple syrup balances with this toasty, malty brown ale for a special sweet treat!