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 Growler Selection Updated: Monday January 26th, 2015

We have 9 craft beers on tap that rotate due to season and demand.  Looking for something special? Just ask.

  • Fill your growler with your craft beer of choice and take it wherever you’d like to enjoy.
  • Once you finish your tasty beverage, bring it back to us for a refill.
  • Completely reusable container – unless you drop it…
  • Punch cards!  Like a coffee punch card, but for growlers.

Current Selections:

Pursuit of Hoppiness Imperial Red Ale is brewed to showcase the brash beauty of American hops: Chinook, Centennial and Columbus at 100 International Bitterness Units (IBU). The hops grown in the United States are considered to be some of the best in the world. Compared to their more traditionally subdued, elegant European counterparts, American hops are bold, bright, piney and zesty. This ale is brewed with Idaho 2-Row malted barley and German specialty malts to provide a rich, slightly caramel flavor and bold reddish color.
Grand Teton Brewing - Pursuit of Hoppiness, Victor, ID
Using fresh hops is a big endeavor, requiring four to five times the volume of hops compared to the usual process of using pelletized hops. This complex process brings impressive results. Green Emerger Fresh Hop Ale is an American-Style Pale Ale with moderate hop bitterness marked by a unique melon, lime and grapefruit hop flavor and aroma. Over 380 lbs of fresh Citra, Amarillo, Simcoe and Centennial hops were used to create 33 BBLs of ale. Emerger Fresh Hop is a refreshing, medium bodied, light-copper colored pale ale to be enjoyed at any occasion.
Madison River Brewing - Green Emerger Fresh Hop Ale , Belgrade, MT
This clear, crisp, dry Pale Ale is our signature beer–the one that started it all! It’s refreshing characteristics, and signature dry finish, blend smooth malt flavors with a unique spicy hop bitterness. Sure to be the “go-to” beer on any camping trip, skiing excursion or music festival.
Upslope Brewing - Pale Ale, Boulder, CO
Porter was first brewed in London, England in the early 1700’s. At the time two basic beers existed: a light and a dark. The dark was more expensive and drinkers got into the habit of mixing the two to stretch out the premium brew. A wise brewer began making a medium dark beer to save the barkeeps from having to mix at the taps. The beer was named after its biggest fans: the porters handling baggage at the local train stations. This brown porter is deep ruby in color and transluscent.
Snake River Brewing - Powder 8 Porter, Jackson, WY
An Oatmeal Stout by style. This is a fairly large beer. Very dark in color. This big malty beer is filled with complex flavors which include, caramel, toffee, coffee, and espresso flavors. The addition of 150 pounds of oatmeal to this brew helps smooth out all those complex flavors creating a slightly creamy mouth feel. This beer is hopped just enough to balance out the high level of sweetness in this beer.
Wind River Brewing - Strom Bomb Stout, Pinedale, WY
This winter, IBUs start accumulating like snow in Colorado with our new Accumulation White IPA. Brewing a white IPA was not only a way to salute the white beauty falling from the sky, but a direct revolt to the longstanding tradition of brewing dark beers for winter. At least that’s what our rebellious brewer Grady Hull likes to claim as he shovels in plenty of new hop varietals and a bit of wheat for a smooth mouthfeel. Stack up a few cases of Accumulation White IPA to keep your long nights glowing blizzard white.
New Belgium Brewing - Accumulation White IPA, Fort Collins, CO
Smoked Beer. Known as “rauchbier” in Germany, smoke-flavored beers were virtually unknown in the U.S. until Alaskan Smoked Porter was developed in 1988.The dark, robust body and pronounced smoky flavor of this limited edition beer make it an adventuresome taste experience. Alaskan Smoked Porter is produced in limited “vintages” each year on November 1 and unlike most beers, may be aged in the bottle much like fine wine.
Alaskan Brewing - Smoked Porter, Juneau, AK
A deep, dark Imperial Stout, The Abyss has almost immeasurable depth and complexity. Hints of molasses, licorice and other alluring flavors make it something not just to quaff, but contemplate. As for the great "drink it now or let it age" debate, we stand clearly on the fence. Distinct and delicious on release, the flavors meld and fuse into an entirely different pleasure after a year or more in the cellar.
Deschutes Brewing - The Abyss Imperial Stout, Bend, OR
This amber is created with the use of choice hops and a unique blend of specialty malts to produce a rich and tasty brew. It is especially unique due to its original flavor influenced by biscuit and earthy characteristics.
Madison River Brewing - Irresistible Amber, Belgrade, MT