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.



6.2% ABV 22 IBU

Gluten Reduced

Soleil Saison



Light, slightly funky farmhouse ale.




6.2% ABV 17 IBU


Puckett Creek Sour


New batch, new name. 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

Pete’s Pale Ale – Classic American Pale Ale made with 2 Row, caramel malt and Chinook Hops. 5.25% ABV 39 IBU Gluten Reduced

Jug Creek Tripel



Strong, dry, pale Tripel Ale. Belgian
aromas and flavors.



9% ABV 21 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

Fighter Fluid


Session IPA brewed in collaberation with Drowned Valley and others to help support breast cancer. Two row, oats, Citra and Amarillo hops.


5% ABV 40 IBU.

High Point IPA – Soft, hazy IPA made with oats and Galaxy, Mosaic and Amarillo hops. 7.2% ABV 30 IBU.

Lake Arrowhead DIPA


West Coast Style Double IPA made with Chinook hops for bittering and dry hopped with Citra and Mosaic.



9% ABV 95 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



Imperial Denim Stout – Rich, roasty, full bodied Imperial American Stout. 

9.3%, 80 IBU. 

Hard Seltzer – Black Cherry, Blueberry, Prickly Pear Key Lime, Pineapple.

5.5% ABV

Cream Soda- Non alcoholic dark cream soda.

Root Beer – Non alcoholic homemade root beer. 

Coming Soon – Lost Town Pilsner – American Pilsner for the hot summer months. Clean, crisp, light body and crisp bitterness. Very crushable. 5.5% ABV 33 IBU

Updated 03/10/2024

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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