Roosters Honey Wheat
A golden colored, crisp ale comprised of 40% wheat malt. It is lightly hopped and brewed with a touch of pure clover honey. Folks like to enjoy wheat beers with a slice of lemon though historians debate whether that’s to enhance the beer’s flavor or disguise it. Our Honey Wheat is good enough to stand alone! 6% ACL/VOL
The pilsner is a beloved lager born in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia, light in body but not in taste. Our pilsner is pale blond in color, has a firm, malty base and is dry-hopped – a method of adding hops to a brew post fermentation – with traditional Saaz hops from the Czech Republic making this a very refreshing, fruity, unfiltered pilsner. 4% ACL/VOL
20 Year Chanticleer
In honor of our 20 year anniversary we have created a Belgian Style Rye Ale featuring our original logo rooster. An earthy Belgian-style ale, enlivened with rye and possessing essences reminiscent of cloves and citrus. Chanticleer (pronounced SHON-ti-clear) comes from Gregory Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, specifically the Nun’s Priest Tale. The Chanticleer is a proud and fierce rooster who dominates the barnyard and is mightily respected by all. 5% ALC/VOL
At its base, Hellevation IPA has a solid footing in Pale Ale and Caramel malts and soon ascends to dizzying heights on the power of bitter Nugget and floral Cascade hops. 7% ALC/VOL
Niner Bock - Bock is German for goat, a symbol of strength. Our Niner Bock is a Dopplebock, which, as the name implies, is a bock of twice the strength – twice the goat! This beer is big and smooth! A hoppy nose gives way to subtle toffee and caramel malt characteristics and weighs in at – you guessed it – 9% ACL/VOL
Iron Rooster Imperial Stout
Nostrovia! Inspired by Russian brewers back in the 1800's to win over the Russian Czar, the Imperial Stout boasts high alcohol and deep malt character. The Iron Rooster is rich, black, and roasty with smooth chocolate and toasted malt flavors. 9% ALC/VOL
Bee's Knees Honey Wheat
A golden colored American Wheat Ale crafted with malted white wheat and a touch of clover honey. Serving with lemon slices have historically been used for masking a skunked beer, putting a lemon in this high quality wheat ale is like putting Heinz 57 on Filet Mignon. Go ahead and do it if you like it. But, as your friend, I have to tell you that you're making a big mistake!
The pilsner is a beloved lager born in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia, light in body but not in taste. Our pilsner is pale blond in color, has a firm, malty base and is dry-hopped – a method of adding hops to a brew post fermentation – with traditional Saaz hops from the Czech Republic making this a very refreshing, fruity, unfiltered pilsner.
O-Town Nut Brown
A brown ale that is heavy on the Victory malt which lends a certain nut-like character. The focus of this beer is on the roasty malt flavors.
Polygamy Pale Ale (Layton location only)
"Hoppy" can mean either bitter or aromatic. In this case it means both - in abundance! Polygamy Pale Ale: Try one and you'll want another, and another, and another . . .You may even want to buy the T-shirt!
Diamondback Ale (Layton location only)
Inspired by our friends at Hill Air Force Base, this copper ale soars with toasted malts, including hearty helpings of Special Roast, Vienna and (of course) Victory malt, with a Cascade hop finish to give it a bite.
Junction City Chocolate Stout
Train your taste buds on this one! We use six varieties of malt in our stout, including boxcar portions of chocolate malt which lends a roasted, mocha flavor to the beer. Rich and robust, Junction City Chocolate Stout is not for the faint of palate.