Drop the H Pale Ale
Rich and amber-hued, our signature Pale Ale is made exclusively with Columbus hops from the Kansas Hop Company. A classic American style Pale Ale. Enjoy!
Four-State Pale Ale
Our four-state region now has its own pale ale comprised of four malts. We use what elsewhere would be called “Chinook” hops. But the fine folks at Kansas Hop Company will tell you that the terrior here in Kansas has resulted in a sufficiently different taste. They call their crop “Kanook.” Piney like most Chinook hops, but with a hint of citrus. It’s a great hop…it makes a great Pale Ale!
Straight A's IPA
Whether you are a student at Pitt State (of legal age, of course) or a “student of life,” when your mom calls and asks what you are up to, you don’t want to answer, “I’m out drinking beer with friends.” Our recommendation? Tell her the truth. Answer, “Actually, right now I’m working on Straight A’s!”
Dry Irish Stout
Black as a moonless night, our Irish Stout is built around light, pale, Pilsner malt. Its darkness comes from a small proportion of Briess’ Bitterless Black Midnight Wheat malt - a little goes a long way. Not “heavy” in body, our Stout is nitrogenated for an extra silky smoothness. Give it a try!
Many pilsners are elegantly executed, simple beers. The malt backbone being comprised solely of pilsner malt. Here we’ve taken a mostly pilsner grain bill and added small doses of other grains to enhance head retention and round out the body. We’ve stuck with noble hops — Hallertau Mittelfruh — for a clean, crisp and gentle bittering balance. This beer takes longer to properly condition. We think you’ll agree it is worth the wait.
Downtown Brown Ale
Downtown Brown is a highly quaffable brown ale. Lightly melding six different malts and providing a subtle complexity, Downtown Brown’s smooth malt backbone and balanced hops pair perfectly with our pepperoni rolls…and practically everything else on our menu! Enjoy our Downtown!
Rose Street Red Ale
An Irish Red Ale. Caramel malt and just a hint of roast rye give this beer a reddish-brown hue — not unlike the reddish-brown hue of the walls of our beautiful old building here on Rose Street. Lightly hopped and nitrogenated, our Rose Street Red makes for an excellent session beer.