Creepy Uncle Dunkel


Pilsner's creepy uncle. Dark and complex, the most misunderstood of all lagers. Dark Munich malts and a litle roasted wheat give this brew a rich, vanilla, and nutty-sweet palate with a dry, rounded finish. Unfiltered as always. Maybe it's the long decoction mashes or the 5 week lagering time spent alone in the cold... or maybe he's just a complicated dude?

5.4% ABV          18 IBU          1.010 FG

Tranquility IPA


This is the style that started it all and We’re not talking about Olde England here, we’re talking circa 1990 West Coast craft brewing at its finest. Citrusy, resinous, and piney, this beer is a throwback to the pioneers of craft. Peace, Love, and Hoppiness

6.5% ABV            70 IBU                 1.014 FG

Retired: A Canadian IPA for canadian craft beer connoisseurs. Citrusy, resinous, and piney  it’s not arrogant or off-balanced just  unfiltered and dry-hopped.

Potts Pils


Brewed in the style of the great North German Pilsners. Saaz hops shine through Bohemian malts to produce a crisp, dry-hopped, and citrusy beer. Unfiltered, Decoction Mashed,  Dry-Hopped, and lagered for 5 weeks. This ain't your father's pilsner.

5.2% ABV                 38 IBU                1.006 FG

This is Hefeweizen


Unlike every other beer we've brewed, this one follows some style guidelines. Why? Because in a land where big breweries produce bland, boring blonde ales and pass them off as Hefeweizens, something traditional needed to be done. Brewed with 70% weizen, decoction mashed, and open-fermented with hefe from Bavaria: This is Hefeweizen.

5.5% ABV            14 IBU                 1.007 FG