Grumpin Pumpkin Ale

Named after the haunted Grumpkin Woods, this golden, moderately spiced pumpkin beer is great for the season.  Slightly sweet, finished with vanilla and with real smoked pumpkins, this will surely get you in the mood for fall.  Cheers!


This malty but crisp lager is our interpretation on the Marzen/festbeir category.  As with all of our beers, it is crisp and clean due to 2 month of aging.  Nice lager characteristics.  Copper in color and easy drinking.  Not overly sweet.  All German Malt.


This beer is our first light lager, brewed to be light on the palate, crisp and clean.   We wanted something smooth and refreshing on the farm for July and this is it.  With this beer we pay homage to the ultralight airplanes Beecher used to fly right here on the farm.


Farm grown cascade in addition to Citra, Nugget and El Dorado give this beer a ton a hop flavor with just the right amount of bitter.


Our most hopped beer yet, featuring hops at every opportunity and rye malt for a unique malt character. As with trends in hopping, light bittering additions (including farm grown cascade) and heavy flavor and aromatic additions make this very easy to drink and light. Copper in color, those into rye ales will love it!


Back again is our Belgian Trippel, Geedie. We use a traditional yeast strand, a basic malt bill and light hopping rates to make this classic styles. Careful, this one will sneak up on you.


A classic Belgian dubbel with deep malt aromas and a surprisingly dry finish. This rich yet light brown ale is a great intro in the wonderful world of Belgian yeast. Cascade hops grown on the farm give this the slightest of bitter to complement its sweet and crisp finish.


A winter spiced ale featuring estate hops as well as ginger, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg. Ginger snap flavor balanced with smooth malt backbone makes this great to drink throughout the winter months.


Similar to Bunkhouse, with notes of dark malts and a higher fermentation temperature give this a bit more classic saison character.