This American Primitive Beer is brewed with spelt and a blend of fresh and dried meadow herbs including mugwort, yarrow, and blue vervain as well as Hallertau Blanc and Centennial hops to mimic some of the botanical flavors of a dry vermouth. This is our third collaboration with The Brewer's Art and was open fermented with a blend of brettanomyces and lactobacillus. Expect a refreshing and herbaceous experience.
The recipe for this small stout was designed to deliver all the luxurious body and impact of a massive Russian Imperial Stout at 1/5 the alcohol strength. A true breakfast beer brewed with oats, lactose, and a sense of humor.
Nordic Folk Beer
This table strength beer is inspired by the historic Finnish tradition of sahti brewing. Brewed with smoked malts, whole juniper branches and berries, rye, and oats for a rustic and woodsy drinking experience.
dry hopped Berliner weisse
This tart and rustic wheat beer is our first beer to be 100% fermented with lactobacillus. Expect high acidity and citrus fruit with Citra and Cascade hop aromatics--boom bap!
hop-focused wheat beer
Each batch of our wheat beer is brewed with an evolving hopping scheme. This iteration of Range Life features Centennial and Amarillo hops for notes of resinous pine, citrus, and sweet melon.
strong golden ale
When 624 T Street was Frank Holiday’s Pool Hall, young Duke Ellington would sneak out of his mother’s house in Shaw and play jazz piano here. This is our sophisticated ode to the indomitable Duke. Dry and effervescent with yeast derived fruit and spice. Growler fill: $14.
Our Country Alt is open-fermented with our house saison strain. Dark and toasty, but refreshing with an accentuated bitterness. The beer references the old tradition of Düsseldorf Altbier, but with a Walloon accent.
Named after the silent era Scandinavian documentary on witchcraft, Häxan is brewed with an assortment of roasted malts and oats. Full bodied with round notes of coffee and dark chocolate.
Our rustic farmhouse wheat ale is open fermented with a mix of yeasts from some of our favorite traditional farmhouse breweries. Dry and sprite with flavors of pepper, hay, and stone fruit. Named after visionary jazz player Ornette Coleman.