All Beers MadeBelow is a listing of beers brewed by Brewery Creek since we opened.
All BeersSorry!! This page seems to have broken and we can't fix some things. . Prices above are NOT correct. As of 12/12 a 12 oz. beer is $3.25, a 16 oz beer is $3.75, plus taxes of course.
Biere de GardeNorthern French beer style from near the Belgian border. Light golden, some fruitiness, balanced hops.
Dunkel WeissA darker version of the Kristal Weiss with more malt types as well. Maybe it should be called and Amber Weiss?
India Pale AleHuge amounts of hops both bittering ion the kettle and flavor in the fermenter. The problem with most modern "IPAs" is that they have lots of hops, but no age. Traditionally IPAs were at least a year old before consumption. Ours is about 6 months. During that time the hops undergoa change, mellowing.
Irish Stout"Guinness" is the prototype of all modern stouts. Many people, however, don't realize that there are different varieties of "Guinness" brewed around the world. "Draught Guinness* and "Foreign Extra Stout" are the two primary types brewed in Ireland. Foreign Extra is the one I have emulated. It is closer in style to the London Porters of old than to modern stout. Very dark and rich, not as dry as Draught, about 6% abv and around 60 IBUs (that's hop bitterness). I used "First Gold" hops because that's what I could get. Guinness use Nitrogen mixed with carbon dioxide to dispense their stout which adds to the creamy mouth-feel. BTW: The "Imported" Guinness you buy here in the US comes from Canada. It used be brewed in the US but Americans prefer "imported" beers and will pay more for them.
Kristal WeissA Bavarian style wheat beer, with all the classic flavors of clove, and fruit and bubble gum. We filter out most of the yeast making it similar to an Ausrian Kristal Weiss. And yes, you can have a slice of lemon if you want...
Pale AleIt is a Pale Ale, everybody knows what that means, yeah? Good amount of hop bitterness, no dry hopping. American hops.
Scottish PorterThis porter is based on a recipe from the Caledonian Brewery in Edinburgh, Scotland.
ShandyTraditionally, any pale colored beer mixed with lemonade. Modern beer marketing tries to push it as a "summer beverage". If you like it in summer, why not in winter?
St Sylvestre Grand CruAnother biere de garde, patterned after a brew from the brewery "Saint Sylvester" in France. Golden and malty, alcohol close to 8%, plenty of hops but balanced by the Malt. St Sylvestre Quebec is also the town to which Jeff's ancestors emigrated from Ireland in the 1830s