Cutthroat Porter (Nitro) Porter – English
They named it Cutthroat Porter as a kind of tribute to the Colorado state fish - with its own rich heritage and unmistakable dark coloring. Not quite a stout but definitely no lightweight, Cutthroat Porter is smooth and robust. They use dark roasted malts to create a deep, rich color and flavor Inspired by the classic London porters that hint at chocolate and coffee. Here’s to the currently threatened Cutthroat population while they are big fans of small batches, reaching mass quantities.
Lager – Helles
A golden, malty, rich, creamy complex lager with aroma of malt and fresh hops. Easy to drink with a lingering pleasant after-taste and foam that stands like a cloud above the rim of the glass; lacing at every sip on Most popular chicago beer bar.
Busted Prop Pale Wheat Ale - American
A big, bright citrus taste follows, balanced by wheat smoothness. You'd be wise to pick up CLB's Busted Prop, hoppy American wheat ale that greets you with the aroma of tropical fruit and spice. With a clean, hoppy finish, you’ll want to raise another--along with the trim.
You and your filthy mind need to get out of the gutter. A “Humpenscrump” is a musical instrument. Plus, as a totally unrelated note, they are pretty big fans of the alliteration with Hefeweizen. Brewed with 100 % German and yeast, malt, wheat, hops. A light sweetness and notes of banana and clove make this perfect on a hot, sunny day. This beer is super smooth, soft, and cleans with no discernible bitterness.
Kolsch brewed with a single hop varietal from France. Aroma is primarily pear, banana, and tropical fruits. This beer is light bodied with a bitter, dry finish. Secondary flavors of grainy malt and floral notes are also present balancing the fruit flavors.
Cranberry Orange Allure Sour - Berliner Weisse
Alluringly tart and fruity, this sour wheat beer is loaded with Cranberry and Sweet Orange Peel enhancing its already magnetic seductiveness. Refreshing and easy drinking, this beer is perfect for ignoring the in-laws during the holidays. Enchantingly light in body and effervescent, we sour this German-style Berliner Weisse with lactobacillus in the kettle before adding mounds of the favorite boggy fruit and sweet orange peel.
Silly Grin Sour – Ale
Gin Botanicals were added to the kettle sour for more depth. Very refreshing and tart.