A Note from our Brewers:

We are heading into July and things seem to be slightly more normal than in days past! After not brewing any hoppy beers during the shutdown and opening without any on tap, we are back up and brewing full steam ahead! We have a fresh batch of our popular C-Town IPA on tap and available in cans at our pub as well as local retailers. We also have a new IPA brewed here for the first time. It is a true West Coast IPA, full of citrus and tropical fruit flavors derived from a new blend of hops known as Trident – 3 Pacific Northwest grown hops blended for the perfect blast of flavor and aroma. In the ongoing battle between us brewers to have the longest beer name in town, we called this one… Did You Throw A Trident? Also on tap is our new Vienna Lager, Flying V which is a malt forward lager. It started as a small batch of our standard Vienna style Lager, but after grinding grain for a full batch and still brewing the smaller batch, it became a bigger, bolder version. To quote our brewer, Ben Northeim, “math is hard.”
Thanks for the awesome tasting mistake Ben!

Within the next couple of weeks, we will have a couple of our favorites, Sixth City Altbier and High Rent Lemon Girl! We are also proud to be hosting the S.N.O.B.s Homebrew Club in for another collaboration brew which happens to be a Hazy IPA. (Yep, you heard it here first!) Collaborating with the S.N.O.B.s has always been a pleasure, but this one is extra special! They are celebrating the club’s 30th anniversary and were just named National Homebrew Club of the Year. Congratulations to this great organization! Keep a look out for these new brews and others as the summer continues and come on down to check out our exciting new menu! We look forward to raising a pint with you…From 6 feet away, of course!

Ben and Luke

New Beers on Tap:

Settlers Landing Sour Series #2

We took our Devil’s Claw Belgian Style Tripel and let it age for 9 months with Brettanomyces yeast.


IPA – American
6.7% ABV 68 IBU
Slightly bitter with some citrus flavors and aromas. Great balance of malt and hops.

Flying V

Vienna Style Lager
6.7% ABV 20 IBU

Malt forward with notes of toasted bread and caramel.

This delicious lager was named after the Flying V guitar, and of course, the Mighty Ducks.

On Deck:

Sixth City

5% ABV 26 IBU
Malty, fruity and dry with a balanced hop bitterness. Hopped with German Tradition and German tettnang.

High Rent Lemon Girl

Belgian Style Wheat Ale
5.3% ABV 15 IBU
Brewed with Lemon zest, Lemongrass, and Grains of Paradise. Complex spice notes with bright citrus and lemon aromas