Beers on draft

Wedding Beer



Wheat, rye blonde ale.

Light, refreshing lawn mower beer.



5.4% 18 IBU

Gluten Reduced

Belles Amber Ale



Light, dry, malty amber colored beer. Great any time of year.



7.1% ABV 22 IBU

Gluten Reduced

Soleil Saison



Light, slightly funky farmhouse ale.




6.2% ABV 17 IBU


Puckett Creek Sour


 Lightly tart sour beer with hints of lemon. Try with any of the Hard Seltzer flavors to change it up.



5.4% ABV 8 IBU

Lost Town Pilsner



American Pilsner for the hot summer months. Clean, crisp, light body and crisp bitterness. Very crushable.


5.5% ABV 33 IBU

Great Sky Hefe



Traditional German Wheat Beer, banana and clove.




6% ABV 11 IBU

Salacoa Schwarzbier


Dark lager with a light body and slight roasted flavor. For those looking for a stout taste for the summer without the heavy stout body.


5.5% ABV 25 IBU

Pete’s Pale Ale


Classic American Pale Ale made with 2 row, caramel malt and chinook hops.




5.25% ABV 39 IBU


Pine Log Mountain

Belgian IPA


We took our Soleil Saison recipe and added Chinook hops to make a fantastic IPA with belgian character.


6.2% 40 IBU

High Point IPA



Soft, slightly hazy IPA made with oats and Zamba Hops.




7.2% ABV 30 IBU





Rye IPA with a healthy dose of Amarillo Dry Hops.



6.9% ABV 52 IBU

Harry’s Nitro Porter



Rich, chocolate vanilla Porter served on Nitro. 





6.8%  ABV 24 IBU

Harry’s Nitro Coconut Porter



Same great Porter with a shot of coconut syrup. Think Mounds Bar. Great dessert beer.


6.8% ABV 24 IBU



Hard Seltzer


Black Cherry, Blood Orange, Blueberry, Peach, Pineapple, Prickly Pear Key Lime.




5.5% ABV

Coming Soon – Orange Soda – Non Alcoholic

Root Beer – Non alcoholic homemade root beer. Out of stock at the moment.

Coming Soon – Hwy 140 Oktoberfest

Marzen style lager making a return engagement from last year. Coming September.

Coming soon – Cherokee Smoke

Imagine sitting next to a fall campfire. Coming October.

Coming soon – Weizenbock (to be named later)

Strong, Amber German Wheat Beer.

Updated 06/28/2024

Most of our relatives are Miller Lite and Bud Light drinkers. When our daughters were getting married, I needed to make a beer that they would enjoy.  I came up with this recipe that they would not complain about, but added some wheat and rye to give it a little body and spiciness to make it a little different. Everybody enjoyed it. When we were getting ready to open the brewery, my wife thought we needed to change the name because nobody would understand what a wedding beer was. I said that is what it has always been called, and with the story behind it, why change it.

Wedding beer is made with 50% two row barley, 33% white wheat and 17% rye. El Dorado hops are used for bittering and flavor, with US-05 yeast for a clean finish.

5.4% ABV 18 IBU 7 SRM

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