FERME DE LA VILLE PROVISION
FARMHOUSE ALE 50% AGED IN OAK BARRELS
Our nod to the provisional Belgian farmhouse ales of yesteryear. First, we brew a rustic beer with Belgian malted barley, wheat and rye along with oats, locally gathered honey, noble hops and Belgian farmhouse yeast. This young beer is then blended with portions of barrel-matured farmhouse ales from our wild cellar. The result is Ferme de la Ville—a refreshing, tart, golden farmhouse ale showcasing complex aromas and flavor with a wonderfully dry and vinous finish.
IPA WITH YELLOW PAPAYA
Brewed with a heaping addition of yellow papaya, this fruity IPA bursts with aromatic waves of papaya, followed by mandarin orange, melon, and citrus peel. Its flavor follows with fruity hop notes, blending even more papaya, orange zest, and a hint of pine with a soft stone-fruit ester profile. Medium-bodied with a smooth mouthfeel, Guelah Papaya finishes with lingering citrus and papaya.
HERE COMES THE SUNSHINE
BIÈRE DE MARS
Our nod to Northern France's springtime farmhouse ales, this Bière de Mars blends a rustic malt base with gently floral hops and a characterful old world yeast strain. Together, they produce a bright and lively farmhouse ale offering nuanced complexity and a crisp, refreshing finish.
Highland Hymn is brewed with a blend of imported Scottish barley malts and a light addition of beachwood smoked rauch malt, pairing rich flavors of caramelized sugar and toffee with a dry finish that lends this malt-forward beer wonderful drinkability. Highland Hymn was designed and brewed in cooperation with former brewery intern (and new Block 15 brewer) Sydney Lee.
STRONG PALE LAGER
Brewed with specialty European malts and fermented cold with Czech lager yeast, this strong pale lager melds alluring malt notes of honey, caramelized sugar, dried fruit, and freshly baked bread with an earthy, tangy lager yeast character. Medium bodied and wonderfully balanced, this springtime lager finishes smooth and clean.
Our Mexican-style amber lager balances malt notes of honey, sourdough bread, and toasted nuts with gentle maize sweetness, crisp minerality, and lightly rustic lager yeast character. It is fermented cool and conditioned cold, smoothing out the finish on this dry, refreshing lager.
MR. TOAD'S WILD RYE
DRY-HOPPED WILD FARMHOUSE
This wild rye farmhouse ale was mix-fermented with saison yeast and brettanomyces claussenii and delicately dry-hopped with floral and citrusy varietals. Rustic and refreshingly approachable, Mr. Toad’s Wild Rye offers notes of pineapple, earthy funk, and pithy citrus.
ONE HOP WONDER, MOUTERE
Our One Hop Wonder series features a single hop varietal for bittering, flavoring, and aroma, paired with clean grist and yeast profiles to allow the hop's unique character to shine through. New Zealand-grown Moutere hops produce a wonderfully complex hop profile, leading out with tropical notes of passion fruit, papaya, and zesty grapefruit and finishing with sticky hop resin and a balanced piney bitterness.
THE AUDACITY OF OPACITY
Hopped to extract bright tropical character and gentle bitterness, this (clearly) juicy IPA features a fruity hop profile, soft body, and sparkling clarity. Trust your tastebuds and you won't need a visual aid to appreciate vibrant hop notes of pineapple, mango, and tangelo.
THE DAB LAB, PINEAPPLE SKUNK
PROGRESSIVE IPA FTG. HOP EXTRACTIONS & PINEAPPLE
The DAB Lab series focuses on hop-forward ales brewed with a lively blend of hop extractions and varietals. Inspired by dank and tropical flavors, this Pineapple Skunk edition was brewed with sticky, resinous hop additions and fermented with a characterful yeast strain on hundreds of pounds of vibrant pineapple.
THE LONDON CHRONICLE
This classic London-style porter is the perfect dark beer for a warm spring afternoon, balancing a complex malt profile full of chocolatey, nutty grist character with refreshing drinkability and a crisp, roasty finish.
Melding old school, northwest-grown hop varietals with new school IPA brewing techniques, The Wedge blends classically citrusy, piney, and earthy hop flavors with restrained bitterness, a full-bodied grist composition, and a silky finish from the generous addition of malted oats.
TURBULENT CONSEQUENCE, BING
SPONTANEOUSLY FERMENTED ALE WITH BING CHERRIES
Turbulent Consequence is brewed using classic lambic methods from the Senne River Valley in Belgium, including a multi-step turbid mash, inoculation with resident flora in our wild cellar’s coolship, and spontaneous fermentation and extended maturation in oak barrels. Mature barrels are then used in various blends throughout the year. 2018 Bing was matured over 2 years in barrels, including 6 months on Bing cherries from The Cherry Country.
WELCOME, THIS IS A FARMHOUSE
Brewed with a simple blend of Belgian Pilsner malt and Sterling hops, there is more to this complex farmhouse ale than meets the eye. High-temp fermentation with a classic Saison yeast strain coaxed out a beautiful blend of fruity and spicy character, lightly balanced by zesty hops and crisp malt.