Tap List

BEER: (noun) an alcoholic beverage made by brewing and fermentation from cereals, usually malted barley, and flavored with hops and the like for a slightly bitter taste.

I. Blade Rider

A lovely Blonde Ale!
5.5% ABV, 14.3 IBU

II. Hoportunist Slam

Just an Awesome Honey IPA
5.7% ABV, 75.3 IBU

III. Blue Lake Pale Ale

Brewed using local grains & hops
6.0% ABV, NAT IBU

IV. Duck, Duck, ?

Gose… Obviously?!
In the fermentor
4.8%ABV, 13.1 IBU

V. T.C.P.

Toasted Coconut Porter
6.3%, 17.7 IBU

VI. Flaked Oat Stout

Stout with Rye, Barley, Wheat, Oats…oh?! and Coffee!
6.3% ABV, 29.9 IBU

X. Homebrew Special- Triple B!

Barfoot’s Bacon Bonanza
5oz pour, 10% ABV


 

Cider: (noun) an alcoholic drink made from fermented crushed fruit, typically apples.

VII. Blueberry Beret

Sexy, Sweet, and Blueberry
5.4% ABV

VIII. Blood Orange

On the drier side
5.4% ABV

IX. Mango Bango

Sweet w/a kick of Habanero
5.4% ABV

IX. Cherry Tart

Welcome to Michigan?!
5.4% ABV

VIII. Blackberry Bounce

A little darker & Drier
5.4% ABV


 

Mead: (noun) an alcoholic liquor made by fermenting honey and water.


 

Wine Cooler: (noun) a drink made of wine, fruit juice, carbonated water, and sometimes other flavorings.

X. Melonberry Blast

with Watermelon & Strawberry
5.5% ABV

XII. Peachricot

Sounds better than Aprieach Don’t it?!
5.5% ABV


 

Wine: (noun) is an alcoholic drink typically made from fermented grape juice or other fruits.

Wine by the Glass

Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling, Muscato


 

Hard seltzer:, (noun) spiked seltzer or hard sparkling alcohol water is a type of highball drink containing carbonated water, alcohol, and often fruit flavoring. In the US the alcohol is usually made by fermenting cane sugar; sometimes malted barley is used.

Seltzer #1

Revolving

Seltzer #2

Revolving