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On tap Now

There are just too many beers to agree on just 18, so we update our taps as we release new beers. 

stop in and try one and let us know what you think

Beachcomber - Hefe/Pils Hybrid - ABV: 4.8%

A Happy Little Accident turned our newest brew into our first Hybrid Hefeweizen Pilsner combo. It's the best of both worlds!

Admiral on Deck - ABV: 4%

Step up to the plate and savor The Admiral on Deck! This light honey lager knocks it out of the park and a portion of the sales support the Admirals of Prior Lake youth baseball team.

Oatmeal Stout – ABV 6.1%

A Blend of English and MN malted grains, along with a hefty percentage of rolled oats and Fuggle hops, gives this stout a smooth, old-world taste finished with local pride.

Run A'Ground - Coffee Blonde - ABV: 5.1%

We gave our standard Blonde Ale a little boost with an infusion of Madagascar Vanilla and hand-cracked hazelnut coffee beans. At 5.1% abv with a soft and clean finish, this beer drinks just as light as it's color suggests.

White Squalls - Hard Seltzer – ABV: 4.7%

Variety of flavors to add to the base seltzer. Light, crisp and delicious for anyone on a hot summer day. Current Flavors: Mojito, Raspberry, Kiwi, Peach, Watermelon, and Strawberry.

CTZ IPA – ABV: 6.2%

First SMASH beer to hit the tanks. Solid body and piney, resinous hop profile. Malt: Rahr Pale Ale. Hop: CTZ

Hack to House - Pastry Stout - ABV: 5.1%

This Cinnamon Bun Pastry Stout is a collab with Hackamore Brewing. With notes of chocolate linger with a sweet cinnamon nose, and a slightly sweet body hits after the first sip.

My Minni Weisse – Fruited Hefeweizen - ABV: 5.9%

Bavarian style paired with Minnesota grains. This blend of locally malted wheat and pilsner makes the base for an infusion of blackberries and raspberries that were picked just down the road. Grab yourself a pint of summer in a glass!

Personal Flirtation De-Weisse - ABV: 4.5%

Two rounds of sweet and tart fruit went into the first 5 Gallon Friday to ever get a “Crowler Release”. Sweet Cherries and Raspberries give a pink twist to a traditional Berliner Weisse.

​Stouty McStoutface – Dry Irish Stout - ABV: 4.9% - Nitro

You're in luck, this traditional style brew is back and hits your taste buds with notes of coffee & roasted English barley. East Kent Golding hops make their mark as well. Sláinte (Cheers!)

Cider Style Graff – ABV: 4.6%

Refreshing graf that you can enjoy on any Minnesota day. Malted Sorghum provides the base and Select Cider lends the sweetness to those looking to reduce their gluten intake.

General Quarters – American IPA - ABV: 7.2%

On a naval ship, “General Quarters” is the alarm call for battle readiness. In our taproom, it means pale and amber malts blended with plenty of American Pacific Northwest hops. This brew was collaborated on by our head brewer and a few of our loyal IPA drinkers and is the perfect sailing partner for any beer lover who prefers a balanced bitterness in their glass.

Maelstrom Anniversary Double IPA - ABV: 9.6%

This brew is a collab with our dear friends at Spiral Brewing Company. We both share a birthday and so we decided to brew a beer that would represent us both, a powerful whirlpool in the sea!

N/A Cream Ale - ABV: <0.5%

Our first N/A brew, this Cream Ale

Pontoon Pilsner - Minnesota Pilsner - ABV: 5.0%

Light, bright and easy drinking. All of the pilsner malt comes from our friends at Rahr, just down the road, and the classic crisp finish owes its presence to Triple Pearl hops from Mighty Axe in Foley, MN.

Thermocline Cream Ale - ABV: 6.3%

Smooth mouthfeel and evenly balanced with cluster hops. This brew is a crowd favorite for those seeking a lighter bodied beer without sacrificing small batch craft taste.

Cobertizo – Mexican Lager - ABV: 6.0%

Vienna style brew fermented with a uniquely Central-American strain of yeast. Perfect for the taproom, pontoon or campfire

Maibock - ABV: 7.2%

Paler in color and more hop focused than traditional bock beers, our Maibock signals the return of spring with its bready characteristics and a combination of the nobel German Hallertau hops as well as Mt. Hood.

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