It’s hard to visit the Northwoods of Wisconsin without seeing the white bark of a birch tree. This blonde ale has a light body, but enough flavor for even the most avid beer drinkers.
Legend has it that Boom Decker Becker continues to haunt Merrill’s school forest as he has for over 100 years. However, our IPA is nothing to be afraid of. It is crisp, refreshing and well balanced. Much like this historic ghoulish figure, people will tell the story of our IPA for years to come!
A rip saw is a tool that is specifically designed to make a cut parallel to the direction of the wood grain. Our Irish Ale is reddish-brown in color, with sweet maltiness and minimal bitterness.
A River Hog was a man who rode on logs floating down the river heading to a sawmill. He was responsible for risking his life by dislodging possible log jams. These men were bold, strong, and courageous. The first two words fit in perfectly with our Oatmeal Stout. The third is how you’ll feel after having a few pints.
Take a “Walk in the Woods” to find a wheat ale brewed with real fruit puree. The appearance comes from the haze of the wheat and the deep purple of the berries. This beer is semi-sweet and has a clean finish.
We’ve once again joined forces with our good friends at Redwood St Roasters to bring everyone this flavorful creation. This medium bodied stout was brewed with cacao nibs, vanilla, cinnamon, and coffee to create layers of flavors that open up as the beer warms.
This copper-red German lager is medium bodied, lightly hopped and brings notes of sweet maltiness that linger pleasantly on the palate.
We’re sure Patches would approve of this dark ale from the Emerald Isle. This beer is light in ABV and body, but still lets out soft flavors of coffee and chocolate. We only brew this once a year, so don’t dodge the opportunity to get some.
You might not be able to do the Charleston of mached potato anymore, but after this beer you may want to twist and shout. This hazy ale was brewed with Mosaic and El Dorado hops.
This light lager was named after the body of water just a few miles north of the brewery. Whether you are boating or ice fishing, life is better with a crispy boy.
It’s the time of seasonal migration where Northerners pack their bags and fly south for the winter. Just don’t forget to pack some SPF so you don’t look like this sour ale that was brewed with raspberry, blackberry, pineapple, and tangerine.
Our Red IPA has a medium body with a pungent, dank nose. Notes of citrus shine throughout until its bitter finish. Its rich, red color reminds us of our favorite plaid shirt that comes out of the dresser just in time for winter. So go ahead, grab your Flannel Tuxedo and have a few pints.
Cafe de Frapp-Eh is a sweet coffee shop inspired beer that was brewed in collaboration with Rocky Reef Brewing Company. Notes of chocolate, vanilla, coffee, and maple come through with each sip.
This big, burly imperial stout was aged in Heaven Hill Bourbon Barrels for a full year. Its thick, full body will cover your palate with complex notes of fudge, caramel, oak, and vanilla.
Imported English malts were used to bring notes of caramel and chocolate in this clean and balanced brown ale. This beer isn’t too dark, or to light, it’s just right.
The best part of a peanut butter beer is having all the yummy flavor without anything stuck to the roof of your mouth. With a light body that isn’t too sweet, this beer is so good you’ll want a’nudder.