Only a few of our beers have names at this point! We are making sure we perfect each recipe before we decide they are worthy of being christened with a name. Feel free to have fun thinking up names for our beers and sending us suggestions. We’re looking for names that are either science-inspired or have something to do with Dimondale.
NOTE: We don't always have all of the beverages below on tap. Please visit our homepage to see what's currently on tap.
Our Midwest style IPA is all about the balance between the sweetness of malt, and the bitterness of the hops. Brewed with two-row and Munich malts, and Chinook, Cascade, and Centennial hops.
This New England IPA is hoppy, but not too bitter. The beer is cloudy, with a smooth mouthfeel due to the high mineral content and the addition of hops during active fermentation.
Ringer greets you with an aroma of caramel, with the flavor of fresh baked bread and very little hop bitterness. If this beer were a person, she would be sweet, and have an easy-going personality. This beer's name is a nod to Dimondale's past, when our village was nicknamed the "Horseshoe Capital of the World."
Pineapple Pale Ale
Take a trip to Hawaii with the enticing aromas of pineapple and citrus. The flavors of tropical fruits and grapefruit zest come from the addition of 84 pounds of real pineapple puree and 7 pounds of Azacca hops added after fermentation.
Light golden color. Clean and crisp with an earthy grain flavor and a dash of bitterness on the back-end.
Dry Irish Stout
A traditional take on this style. Not too heavy, with a roasty aroma and flavor. Clean and dry finish.
Smooth and malty. The ABV of this beer falls right between an 80 and 90 shilling.
Brown and opaque, extremely roasty with a hoppy kick.
Weizen (German Wheat)
This refreshing beer is characterized by the yeast, which produces a distinctive flavor profile that has hints of banana, clove, and a touch of tartness. The weizen is made with 50% malted wheat and 50% malted barley, with German Hallertau hops.
Cider – We always have a new cider on tap. Check our periodic table menu on the wall to see if it’s dry, sweet, semi-sweet, semi-dry, or if we’ve decided to get creative and add some other flavors.
Moscato – Sweet, crisp, and fruity with a delicate floral aroma.
Merlot – Oaked, mostly dry with a hint of residual sweetness.
Sodas (Non-alcoholic) – Cream Soda, Root Beer, Cherry Cranberry
Cans of Pop and La’Croix – (ask in the taproom for brands and flavors)