Check out our Taproom page to see what is currently on tap!

Awards

The Festival of Wood and Barrel Aged Beer (FoBAB) 2017:
Silver for Rum Double Barrel Medianoche

Great American Beer Festival 2017:
Silver for Medianoche

World Beer Cup 2016:
Bronze for Puesta del Sol

Great American Beer Festival 2015:
Silver for Hefeweizen

U.S. Open Beer Championship 2015:
Silver for Hefeweizen

The Beers!

Style: Hefeweizen
IBU: 17
OG: 1.052
FG: 1.010

We start with a traditional German Hefeweizen recipe, using 50% wheat malt and 50% Pilsner malt. Without being too irreverent to the original style, we make some of our own modern twists, the first being a sizeable whirlpool hop addition which lends a very refreshing citrus note that pairs nicely with the delicate sweetness from the wheat and Pilsner malts. We use an American-German hybrid yeast strain, which contributes the characteristic Hefeweizen fruitiness, with notes of banana, but with a restrained spicy phenolic character, keeping the beer approachable while maintaining the complexity of a well-crafted wheat beer.

Style: Mexican Keller Pils
IBU:
OG: 1.044
FG: 1.007

WeldWerks Especial is a unique hybrid cross between a Mexican Light Lager and a German Kellerbier. We combined our favorite aspects of the Mexican Light Lager style, including a dry, crisp finish and incredible drinkability contributed by the addition of corn sugar, with our favorite aspects of Kellerbier, including a complex, flavorful pale malt character and pronounced yet pleasant bitterness contributed by the Pilsen malt and Hallertauer hops. Despite more than 6 weeks of lagering, the beer has a noticeable haze thanks to the unfiltered nature of the beer, allowing more of the hops and malt character to shine. While WeldWerks Especial might not be the sexiest beer we have brewed, but it has quickly become a staff favorite.

Style: German Sour Wheat
IBU:
OG: 1.043
FG: 1.009

Bursting with bright, ripe blackberries and just enough tartness to keep things interesting, Double Blackberry Berliner is our latest color-outside-the-lines kettle sour. We started with a fairly traditional German Berliner Weisse base beer, brewed with 50% wheat malt and 50% Pilsen malt, inoculated with lactobacillus bacteria, and fermented with our house Hefeweizen yeast strain. But after that, we threw out the rule book and added lactose for body and an absurd amount of blackberry purée, resulting in a flavorful, complex, and surprisingly drinkable fruited sour that defies seasonality.

Style: German Sour Wheat
IBU:
OG: 1.041
FG: 1.011

Style: New England IPA
IBU:
OG: 1.048
FG: 1.010

Wheat Don’t Know opens with bright notes of ripe grapefruit, candied mangoes, tangerine and a moderate dankness for balance. This New England-style Pale Ale was brewed with 45% white wheat malt and nearly 4 lbs of Mosaic, Amarillo and Columbus hops per barrel. With white wheat malt comprising half of the base malt, we dialed the mouthfeel up significantly compared to our other New England-style hoppy beers, offering an incredibly soft, creamy mouthfeel to balance the huge and complex hop character. But despite the bold flavor and mouthfeel, Wheat Don’t Know still maintains excellent drinkability thanks to the restrained bitterness and lower ABV.

Style: New England IPA
IBU: 45
OG: 1.062
FG: 1.013

Our version of a New England-style IPA featuring a huge citrus and tropical fruit character from the Mosaic, Citra, and El Dorado hops, a softer, fluffier mouthfeel from the lower attenuation, and the characteristic New England hop haze. The end result is a beer reminiscent of citrus juice with extra pulp, thus the name Juicy Bits.

Style: New England IPA
IBU:
OG: 1.061
FG: 1.012

Lemondrop It Like It’s Hot opens with notes of lemon zest, candied lemons, tangerine and grapefruit, and just enough pineapple and mango tropical fruit character to complement. LILIH was designed to showcase one of our favorite hops, Lemondrop, which we used at nearly three times our normal dry hop rate, using more than 5 lbs of Lemondrop hops alone! Citra and Mosaic hops serve to complement the bright lemon citrus character contributed by the Lemondrop hops. Dripping with citrus and tropical fruit, LILIH still strikes a balance between bright, juicy hop character and impressive drinkability thanks to the soft, pillowy mouthfeel and restrained bitterness. Show Less

Style: New England IPA
IBU:
OG: 1.063
FG: 1.012

Featuring huge stone fruit, tangerine, and pineapple notes, Amarillo DDH Juicy Bits is the latest iteration in our DDH Juicy Bits series, an irresponsibly dry-hopped version of our popular New England-style IPA featuring a huge citrus and tropical fruit hop character with a softer, smoother mouthfeel from the adjusted water chemistry, higher protein malts, and lower attenuation. For this batch, we dry hopped with nearly 4 lbs per bbl of Amarillo hops, in addition to the normal dry hop schedule of Citra, Mosaic, and El Dorado, bringing the total hop rate up to over 7 lbs per barrel. We also extended the dry hop a touch longer and attenuated the beer a bit further, resulting in an incredibly bright hop character and soft, pillowy mouthfeel.

Style: New England IPA
IBU:
OG: 1.060
FG: 1.011

Beta Bits 3 opens with bold notes of stone fruit, tangerine, and pineapple, followed by an assertive herbal dankness. For this third entry in the Beta Bits rotating hop series, we kept the base beer the same as Beta Bits 1 and 2, but started with a brand new hop bill consisting of more than 7 lbs of Citra, Amarillo and Columbus hops per barrel. The Beta Bits series, inspired by Juicy Bits, our popular New England-style IPA, will serve as our new playground/proving ground for everything hoppy, allowing us to continue our journey of hop exploration by trialing different brewing techniques and testing new and experimental hop varietals and products, with the goal of pushing our hop boundaries even further with each iteration.

Style: Double New England IPA
IBU:
OG: 1.076
FG: 1.013

Featuring huge notes of candied apricot, tangerine, mango, and pineapple, Snowllaboration is a New England-style Double IPA brewed with our good friends from Casa Agria in Oxnard, CA. Brewed with over 7 lbs of Citra, Mosaic and Amarillo hops per barrel, the massive hop character is well supported by the soft, creamy mouthfeel contributed by the addition of nearly 20% flaked oats in the grist. Brewed on the first day of snowfall in Greeley, this collaboration was born out of mutual respect and admiration between two breweries that share a passion for creativity and innovation.

Style: Double New England IPA
IBU:
OG: 1.076
FG: 1.013

3.8 Miles opens with bright notes of ripe mango, fresh lemon zest, juicy pineapple, and candied apricot, followed by a subtle resiny dankness to balance. For this follow up to 38 Blocks, we kept the base beer mostly the same, but started with a brand new hop bill consisting of nearly 8 lbs of Mosaic, El Dorado and Lemondrop hops per barrel. The slightly higher attenuation allows the soft, creamy mouthfeel to hold up to the incredibly bold hop character without finishing too sweet. Despite the assertive hop character, 3.8 Miles maintains excellent drinkability as a result of the lower bitterness achieved from adding all the hops in the whirlpool and dry hop.

Style: Milk Stout
IBU:
OG: 1.090
FG: 1.035

French Toast Stout, our latest #pastrystout, is a Milk Stout brewed with lactose, cinnamon sticks, vanilla beans and nearly a gallon of maple syrup per barrel. Decidedly sweet, yet surprisingly drinkable, French Toast Stout opens with a huge burst of maple syrup, lending way to caramel malt sweetness, a hint of bittersweet chocolate and coffee from the roasted malts, subtle, yet rich cinnamon spice from the Vietnamese cinnamon sticks, and just a hint of vanilla in the finish to round it all out. It’s breakfast in a glass, no fork needed.

Style: Oatmeal Stout
IBU:
OG:
FG:

Coffee Coconut Stout, as you may have guessed, features loads of toasted coconut and freshly roasted Peruvian coffee from our friends at Zoe’s Cafe here in Downtown Greeley. The sweet, creaminess of the toasted coconut offers a perfect complement to the complex character contributed the Mama Nelly’s coffee, a blend of four different roasts of the same direct-trade Peruvian beans. These delicious, unique flavors are supported by a full-bodied, yet balanced base stout brewed with both lactose and flaked oats for mouthfeel and a variety of chocolate malts, crystal malts, and roasted barley.

Style: Imperial Milk Stout
IBU:
OG:
FG:

German Chocolate Cake Stout is the latest release in our #pastrystout series, featuring recreations of some our favorite desserts. GCCS is an Imperial Milk Stout brewed with lactose, toasted coconut, cacao nibs and pecans. Decidedly sweet, yet surprisingly drinkable, GCCS opens with a huge burst of rich coocnut, lending way to caramel malt sweetness, dark and bittersweet chocolate and coffee from the cacao and chocolate malts, and just a hint of nutiness from the pecans. Rich, decadent, creamy, flavorful and the perfect beer to cozy up to on a cold fall night.

Style: Imperial Stout
IBU:
OG:
FG:

Chewy and creamy with tons of chocolate malt, huge additions of lactose, Oreo cookies, cacao nibs, and just a touch of vanilla beans, Cookies & Cream Achromatic is dessert in a glass. We boil for more than 6 hours to achieve the unbelievably rich, chewy, thick mouthfeel of the base beer, which is made even more decadent by a generous addition of lactose sugar. Finally, we aged the finished beer on Oreo cookies, cacao nibs, and vanilla beans to accentuate all the delicious flavors of cookies and cream.