Beer - 5.2%
Just want a beer? Welp, here it is! Ray Brook Brewhouse's unfiltered, light, and smooth German-style lager. It's just straight up beer.
Été Vert 6%
A slow but steady fermentation with French saison yeast produces this classic saison farmhouse ale. Easy to drink in the hot summer days, with flavors and aromas of peppery esters and dark fruit notes of Loral hops for a North American touch.
Purple Drank - 4%
Eight and a half pounds of blackberries to a barrel gives us a beautiful purple wheat beer. Goes down smooth with a perfect balanced zing of blackberry. Get your drank on, with Purple Drank!(responsibly of course!)
Moon on the Lake NEIPA -- 6%
A NEIPA, smooth and drinkable with a big hop taste and aroma. Packed full of Mosaic, Citra, and Simcoe. A silky mouthfeel and body compliment the huge hop additions into a brew as beautiful as the Moon on the Lake!
Slab of Granite IPA - 7.5%
Big and heavy, Slab of Granite IPA, is just like our prominent local bedrock. Passing through the brewing process like metamorphic rock. Heat and time turn grain, water, yeast, and hops into a solid product. Packed with a dense flavor of Ekuanot, Mosaic, and Amarillo hops. Perfect after climbing up a Slab of Granite!
Donderwolk – 10%
Donderwolk is the Dutch word for thundercloud, and this aptly named Belgian tripel is beautiful, elegant, and full of wild strength. Hints of peppery esters floating amongst oranges, a faint whisper of clove rolling in smoothly, all crashing with the power of nature.
Pre-Prohibition Porter – 5.7%
Before prohibition, America was speckled with 4600 breweries all making ales unique to their own town's taste. Porters, a little bit lighter in character than their future cousins, reigned supreme in many of these towns. Dark roasty elixirs filled ornate glasses, that were raised to toasts, before being happily consumed. Here's our rendition of what old tales tell.
Wild Guava — 4.7%
Soured in the kettle with New York-made yogurt, fermented out with Brettanomyces, doused with delicious fresh pink guava. Absolutely crushable in the summer heat. Lightly soured, lightly juicy, and very, very drinkable!
Paradis sur Terre — 7.6%
A traditional Trappist style ale. Featuring a simple recipe of grain and Belgian sugar boosted by a complex Belgian yeast. Flavors of plum, dried apricot, raisins, and clove all mingle together to create “Heaven on Earth.”
Dead Forest — 5.8%
Designed especially for the stout drinker in summer months. Deep and robust with drinkability. We combined oatmeal and tropical stout styles to give you the best dark beer experience for the warm weather ahead.
Fleeting Images - 4%
A wild sour ale aged on top of 84LBS of strawberries and hopped to balanced perfection. A fruity and floral intermingles to create a pleasure for the senses. Kettle soured and fermented with wild Brettanomyces for a depth of flavor any sour fan will appreciate.
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