Beer Portfolio

  • Lighthouse Amber

    Our German style Alt has a brilliant amber hue, and silky smooth medium body. Its light tan head is thick, retaining, and laces the glass all the way down. A Noble hop aroma up front finishes with a caramel malt nose. Our old world brewing method brings out a light toasted-bread flavor you’ll want to savor again and again. It’s a mouthwatering, thirst quenching delight.

  • Blood Orange Honey

    A unique twist on a great American-style wheat beer, with the addition of fresh local wildflower honey mixed with blood orange zest, and blood orange puree. The result is a medium bodied beer that is very smooth with a residual sweetness, and creaminess from the honey, and an exhilarating nose of citrus from the orange

  • IPA #11

    Named out of respect for our Brew Master’s family at Fire Station #11, this is a golden ale built with over 40 pounds of hops. The malt bill provides a balanced backbone and the big hop finish gives your mouth a pleasant bitterness and a nose full of herbal and citrus notes. It’s a real pallet cleansing experience.

  • Blueberry Cream Ale

    A light bodied ale brewed with lactose sugar and packed with blueberries. Fresh fruit aroma bursts from this deliciously creamy brew. Go ahead and enjoy Michigan fresh in a pint!

  • La Cerveza

    La Cerveza: A Mexican-Bohemian style ale brewed with malted barley and flaked maize. Its crisp, dry character is complemented by the use of earthy noble hops. This beer is great on its own or is enjoyed with a slice of lime. A light, thirst quenching beer perfect for a warm summer day. ABV: 3.7% IBU: 14

  • OktoberFest

    A 2012 Gold medal winner at the World Expo of Beer, it is created after the 1976 Spӓten Oktoberfest bier from Munch, Germany. This Oktoberfest bier is orange in hue, with a pronounced malt presence derived from the large amount of German style maltz. The result is a rich mouth feel with a malty body.

  • Imperial Cinnamon Hefeweizen

    A unique twist on a classic German beer. Starting out with a whopping 18.5° Plato, the pale malts and flaked wheat produces a medium yellow beer. Added in the final stages of fermentation are premium Vietnamese Cinnamon sticks and whole Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans. So put on your jammies, sit back in the recliner and let us warm you up.

  • Red Sail Ale

    A smooth and balanced, medium American amber with gentle hopping and a low ABV makes for a relaxed ale that will male you want more. A 2014 bronze medal winner at the World Expo of Beer.

  • Chocolate Covered Cherry Stout

    A beer rich in malts, bittersweet chocolate, sweet cherries and milk sugars gives this beer its namesake and a low hopping let’s all the goodness of the flavors stand out. Our hope is it gives you a few minutes to relax and enjoy life.

  • Belgian Dubbel

    This beer is traditionally made with a rather simple malt bill but the unique flavors come from authentic Trappists yeast and over 80 pounds of caramelized sugars imported from Belgium. Aroma profile is full of fruity esters such as raisins,plums,bananas and a slight clove notes. A very low hop profile lets the complex malt flavors really stand out.

  • Jusa Porter

    Stouts little brother brings together base malts as well as black, chocolate, caramel and a new malt called Carabrown combined with a traditional English yeast gives this beer a slightly creamy and somewhat bitter finish. Low hopping so you can enjoy all the hard work of the malt house.