On Tap

  • 9.1%
    Farmhouse Double IPA

    This Double IPA uses a juicy blend of Mosaic and Idaho 7 hops to provide a huge tropical aroma reminiscent of pineapple and mango. Brewed with Rye and Oats for a smooth mouthfeel and co-fermented with a funky wild yeast and a classic farmhouse yeast.

  • 6.1%
    Happy Guy
    Dry-Hopped Pilsner

    Happy Guy is a light bodied, crisp, golden pilsner that is dry hopped with Michigan hops to create a bright lemon-citrus aroma. Happy Guy is low in bitterness, refreshing, and extremely crushable.

  • 8.7%
    Island Hopper
    Tropical Stout

    This tropical stout brings dark chocolate and hints of fruit with a touch of rum-like flavor to your palate. The warm fermented yeast works to deliver rich aromas of chocolate and a berry-like fruitiness. Island Hopper brings a touch of summer to your winter drinking experience.

  • 11%
    Cognac Oak-Aged Belgian Quad

    This dark Belgian-style ale brings its bold malt forward flavors to the forefront and are complemented with subtle Cognac notes. Despite its 11.0% ABV, this beer is decidedly drinkable.

  • 6.3%%
    White IPA

    While the “AM” can stand for “All-Michigan”, it more importantly stands for “Alex Mandarino” with the “415” symbolizing his date of birth. $1 of each pint sold will be donated to the Alex Mandarino Foundation to support the fight against neuroblastoma and other pediatric cancers.

  • 5.3%
    Oh My Guava
    Pink Guava Kolsch

    We take a classic German-style and pack it full of pink guava to provide a burst of fruity goodness on the nose while maintaining the crisp, clean finish of the traditionally light-bodied Kolsch.

  • 6.0%
    The Huntsman
    Semi Dry, Hard Apple Cider

    From our friends at Peat’s Original Cider, this tart apple cider never misses its target when it comes to crisp, semi-dry flavor. Made with local, Michigan apples. Naturally gluten-free.

  • 9.3%
    Scrappy Guy
    Imperial IPL

    This Scrappy Guy is light and drinkable, but bold and ready to knock your teeth out at a hoppy 9.3% ABV. Dry-hopped with Ekuanot, Amarillo, and El Dorado hops.

  • 6.7%
    Belgian IPA

    This hop-forward Belgian/American hybrid is a burnt orange brew with high bitterness. American hops give off huge peach aromas and are backed by the fruity, apricot character of the Belgian yeast. This devilish blend is named after the Buckriders of Northern Belgium, a gang of ghosts that soar through the sky on the backs of flying goats.


  • 8.7%
    The Conjurer
    Belgian Golden Strong

    Named after Belgium’s Morgana the Conjurer, the Belgian Golden Strong has a bright golden hue, light body, and low bitterness. Like our mischievous fairy, this beer will deceive your pallet and mask its strength.

  • 5.2%

    A malt forward backbone balanced nicely by the light bitterness and flavors of German noble hops, makes this ale extremely drinkable.. The Cartwheeler, like this lager-esque ale, originates from Dusseldorf, Germany. As legend tells it, the citizens of Dusseldorf broke out in cartwheels after the defeat of the Archbishop of Cologne in the Battle of Worringen in 1288.

  • 5.0%
    Old Shuck

    This deep dark brew is an ode to Old Shuck, the ghostly demon dog that roamed the countryside in 16th century England. Big coffee aromas pairs perfectly with a late addition of earthy English hops, making this the perfect roasty ale to drink all year round.