Cascadian Dark Ale

cascadianHave you ever been caught out on the trail after dark?  Maybe not what you expected, but it does add to the adventure.  Here is a brew that may catch you by surprise; it looks like a porter, but tastes very hoppy with just a trace of roasted malt character.  That is what a Cascadian Dark Ale (CDA) is all about.  Substantial malt backing up abundant NW hops with an unexpected darkness defines this style of beer.

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Paulina Lake Pilsner

Paulina Lake Pilsner is a classic German style Pilsner. Light straw in color and well hopped with European noble hops, this beer is fermented to a low final gravity. This leads to a beer with few residual sugars to create a dry crisp lager with higher hop bitterness and aroma than your typical American Lager.
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Riverside Red

This Red Ale exhibits a copper red color provided by generous amounts of three kinds of crystal malt. These malts also lend a substantial malty character that is balanced by three different American hop varieties, resulting in a full-bodied ale that as a vigorous American hop presence. (more…)

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Slippery Slope

Our full-bodied ale uses crystal malt and generous amounts of cascade hops to produce a well-balanced seasonal ale. So, whether your slippery slope is a mountain or your sidewalk, this ale makes an excellent companion. (more…)

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Snow Park Extra Pale Ale

New_TAP HANDLES_FINALSnow Park XPA is a crisp and refreshing Extra Pale Ale with a gentle hint of fine hop aroma. Superbly balanced with specialty malts this beautiful straw-colored ale goes down smooth with a clean finish!  Enjoy in a Snow Park near you!

Available January – April in 6pk bottles and draft

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Waist Deep Weiss

Pronounced “vice” this is a genuine example of a traditional German wheat beer. Through the use of a special strain of yeast from Germany we have been able to create a truly outstanding wheat beer. With hints of banana and clove this beer doesn’t need to be served with a lemon! (more…)

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