A rich malty beer that is very smooth and balanced with a pleasant hop character.
Light golden in color with a subtle maltiness and an added toasty flavor from the rice.
A take on our Lighthouse Golden ale infused with jalapeño and fresh squeezed lime juice.
A refreshing, hoppy, and citrusy American IPA finished with blood orange juice
Full-bodied, malty, and wonderfully drinkable lager.
A light and refreshing session amber ale, smooth and easy to drink with a slightly hoppy finish. “One to have when you have more than one.”
Our Superior Trail IPA recipe with a spicy kick and some extra citrus to balance.
Our Enger Porter, with deep rich malt flavors balanced with flowery English hops, aged on fresh roasted Equadorian Cocoa Nibs.
Sometimes curve balls DO get knocked out of the park. The old adage of “being thrown a curve ball” is usually a reference of being overwhelmed or taken aback by the unexpected. Our Master Brewer Ted Briggs was thrown a curve ball when brewing a Pilsner last month. Like a typical traditional pilsner, Ted started with soft Lake Superior water, which just happens to be the best for this style beer outside the village of Pilsen in Bohemia (Germany).
A Belgian wheat beer flavored with tangerine peel and a secret citrusy herb.