We have PBR & Coors light, ALWAYS.
Carson, WA United States
Experimental Forest Series: We use real maple syrup in this delectable imperial porter. Aromas of maple, followed by balanced notes of vanilla, maple and chocolate, with a subtle roast on the finish. Delicious to the last drop.
Rat Hole Brewing
Rat Hole Devil’s Backbone…A black IPA born on Friday the 13th… Celebrate the winter season with this devilishly delicious Cascadian Black IPA. This beer is dry hopped and not overly bitter in order to let a medley of hop flavors and rich malts come through. Hang on, because like the Mt. Bachelor run this beer is named for, it is one fun ride.
Portland, OR United States
Workhorse-Our biggest seller in the pubs, this is an extremely well balanced yet super flavorful IPA brewed in the West Coast style. The over-the-top aroma comes from a heavy handed dose of hops in the kettle, hop back and 2 separate dry-hop additions. A slightly sweet finish helps balance the hop bitterness and creates an ale that is both big on flavor yet remains quite drinkable.
Redmond, OR United States
We love beer. We love peanut butter. Nut Crusher Porter is here to bring the best of these two worlds together! All of the wonderful flavors of a nutty, chocolatey, caramel porter, complimented by the addition of creamy peanut butter flavor. It’s a true liquid peanut butter cup, and it’s here for you to enjoy.
Boise, ID United States
Our compadre Rustler has always had a flair for the theatrical. And this time, it’s a little tropical twist of succulent, juicy, floral blood orange for a smoothness that perfectly balances the dry and mildly bitter hop notes. Variety is the slice of life. Pour yourself a Rustler with a twist.
Always rotating a different Monkless beer.
Our flagship ale blends 100% Organically grown barley malt with loads of fresh Cascade hops. The result is a medium-bodied ale with outstanding aroma and flavor.
The snake is back! But this *Special Edition is a whole lot bigger than the session IPA from 2014 (7.2% ABV) and the updated can design contains thermochromatic inks. Under 50 degrees the snake is green – as it warms it fades to gold. Don’t let the snake die.
Portland, OR United States
Previously known as Spica Pilsner this beer now features Mandarina Bavaria hops and is now known as Spectra Hoppy Pilsner. The addition of Mandarina Bavaria hops to Ecliptic Brewing’s Pilsner is said to give the beer a pleasant citrus aroma.
Baker City, OR
The awesome blend of Columbus, Citra, Amarillo, and Smcoe Hops bombard this IPA with flavors of citrus, tropical fruit, and a little bit of pine. The light malt flavor comes from 2-row barley and a touch of crystal malt. 2012 GABF Silver. 2013 National Champion.