Stop in to check out our collection of craft beers & special releases from some of the top breweries in the world! 

Our selections freshen up weekly so be sure to stop in and check what’s currently on tap or available in our beer coolers. Also, ask about our weekly TAP BLOWOUT special where you’ll receive $2 off a pint of our Blowout Special.

Check the calendar of events and watch for the next upcoming beer tasting! We host regular craft beet tasting for those beer lovers out there so we hope to see you soon!

Currently On Tap:

Alaskan Brewing – Hopothermia ( – 8.5% ABV, 70 IBU – Hopothermia is a full-flavored representation of the Double IPA style with a robust malt body resting in easy harmony, like a massive grizzly bear in winter, with the big and drinkable American hop character.

Alltech, Lexington Brewing – Vanilla Barrel Cream Ale ( ABV, 22 IBU – A cold-conditioned cream ale, brewed with a hint of flaked corn and bourbon vanilla beans, and aged it in freshly decanted bourbon barrels for a minimum of two months.

Left Hand Brewing – Milk Stout ( – 6.0% ABV, 25 IBU – Milk sugar in your stout is like cream in your coffee. Dark and delicious, America’s great milk stout will change your perception about what a stout can be. “Preconceived notions are the blinders on the road to enlightenment.” Udderly delightful.

Rhinegeist Brewing ( – “Steve” Black Ale – 4.9% ABV, 34 IBU – A smooth, very sessionable Black Ale with very mild roast notes.

New Holland Brewing – Dragon’s Milk ( – 11% ABV, 31 IBU – A stout with roasty malt character intermingled with deep vanilla tones, all dancing in an oak bath.

Great Lakes – Lake Erie Monster (, Imperial IPA  – 9.1% ABV, 80 IBU – Issue a small craft advisory: this South Bay Bessie-inspired brew launches an intense hop attack amid torrid tropical fruit flavors. Astonishingly full-bodied, with a leviathan load of American hops.

Southern Tier, Warlock Imperial Pumpkin Stout (– 6.1% ABV, 30 IBU – A German-American collaboration of the classic festival bee. Each year Sierra Nevada partners with a different German brewer to explore the roots of Germany’s famous Oktoberfest beers. This year’s collaboration was with Germany’s Brauhaus Miltenberger, whose approach to the classic style has been long admired. The result is a festival beer true to their style- deep golden in color with deceptively rich malt flavor and balanced by traditional German-grown whole-cone hops.

Thirsty Dog Brewing – Barktoberfest ( – 6% ABV, 15 IBU –  Old World German Style Octoberfest.

Fat Head’s – HOP Stalker IPA (– 7.5% ABV, 87 IBU – Deep in the Yakima Valley, our hop-obsessed Head Brewmaster went commando in search of his prized nuggets. His mission:
capture the freshest hop flowers he could sneak up on. Then he wet-hopped this bad-ass brew for a deliciously dank IPA. Out of the wild emerged The Hop Stalker. Piney? Yes. Resiny? Yes. Citrusy? Yes. Dangerous? Absolutely!

Jackie O’s – Ohio Pale Ale (– 6.0% ABV – Known as OPA (Ohio Pale Ale) this evolving beer was originally brewed in our BrewPub. With 3 hop varieties these pale ale & IPA hybrids are highly crushable!

Bell’s – Hell Hath No Fury ( – Belgian inspired Dark Ale – 7.7% ABV -Originally conceived along the lines of a Belgian Dubbel, Hell Hath No Fury … Ale morphed during development into something entirely different. Brewed with Belgian abbey-style yeast, Hell Hath No Fury … Ale is more akin to a roasty stout, offering warm, roasted notes of coffee & dark chocolate with fruity and clove-like aromas.

Alaskan – Heritage Coffee Brown Ale ( – 7% ABV, 19 IBU – This rich brown ale has a big cocoa aroma with light earthy roasted and gourmet coffee notes. The flavor has a light sweetness with fruity hazelnut and medium coffee flavors. There is a deep coffee base, without an overwhelming coffee flavor that allows the brown ale and a hint of Cascade and Calypso hops to shine through.

On Deck: 

Renegade Brewing – 5:00 Afternoon Ale ( – 5% ABV, 25 IBU – Feel free to leave work early for this one, it’s always 5:00. This session beer hits the spot after mowing the lawn, or while you’re lounging in the park. Low on bitterness but big on flavor, the 5:00 is your go-to beer. Afternoon Ale is a style coined by us here at Renegade, as it’s a pilsner recipe made with an ale yeast. Not quite a pilsner, not quite a blond, it’s an Afternoon Ale and it’s proof that the workday is done.