Ms American Rye
Rye Blonde Ale
This original rye beer is a flavorful, yet easy drinking, blonde ale with a sultry body and a spicy personality. Refreshing to the last drop, with a unique peppery rye flavor and light citrus and floral hop character; she’s a new American classic!
Kettle soured Golden Ale aged on loads of blackberries; this once golden, magenta in color, bursting with fruit forward flavor and a bright and refreshing sour finish!
The Belgian yeast strain creates fruity, earthy, and peppery aromatics and flavors and the addition of the wild yeast brettanomyces emphasizes tropical fruit notes while drying the beer out for a light and refreshing brew. Some wheat and oat additions provide a nice smooth, almost creamy, body to this mixed culture ale.
Belgian Style Golden Ale
Named in honor of the infamous Avenue adjacent to the brewery this crisp golden ale hosts notes of fruit and spice from its Belgian yeast strain and a clean malt profile from Belgian Pilsner malt and German Munich malt.
Grapefruit Session IPA
This righteously dank, bright, citrus-infused IPA leads with fresh grapefruit citrus, supported by floral and earthy hops, tropical fruit notes and low bitterness. Brewed with fresh grapefruit zest, Mosaic and Cascade hops; and at a quaffable 4.5% abv; baby’s got soul!
NE Inspired “Tropical” IPA
Hop crazy but not hazy! Our take on the New England style of IPA. Built with specific water chemistry and oats and wheat in the mash to create a soft, smooth beer to carry literal boatloads (we have to dry hop it 3 times just to get ’em all in there!) of Citra, Mosaic, and Cascade hops creating dank and juicy tropical fruit forward flavors and aromas!
Single Hop IPA Series
A new series that will explore the uniqueness of a single hop. In its current iteration it is solely hopped with Chinook. An American variety contributing notes of grapefruit citrus, spice/pepper/anise, pine, and resin. Floral on the nose with an assertive bitterness and simple malt bill in this west coast style IPA.
This Pale Ale features a heavy dose of German “Mandarina Bavaria” Hops, showcasing tangerine and earthy flavors with a clean, moderately malty backbone. Lupulin are the small yellow glands of the hop flower that contain the aromatic hop oils and acids.
Friends with Hops
The friend with your favorite benefits; tons of hops! The most heavily hopped beer from Alpine Dog has been known to bring flavorful glory to hop lovers with loads (7+ lbs per barrel!) of Amarillo, Simcoe and Centennial hops bringing big orange and tangerine citrus, floral, piney and dank flavors!
This dark red beer pays homage to the wild ancestors of our modern furry buddies. Brewed with Golden Promise, one of the finest UK malts money can buy, and rich caramel and roasted malts; this beer has a great malt forward profile.
Rich smokey and woody character followed by toasted/cocao/toffee and light fruity notes. Brewed with malt smoked over cherry wood.
Lost in a whiteout? Get the Blind Sherpa to navigate you to the brewery! Must be by sense of smell, or maybe just a sixth beer sense, but this hearty stout will knock off any chill with its robust roasted character. Coffee, chocolate, caramel, and fruit in aroma and flavor: complex, rich and smooth from the addition of oats.
Brown Ale with Coffee
A high country staple: rich and malty yet crisp and toasty with very light coffee/cocoa notes. This dark brown ale is a perfect fit any Colorado season. Large amounts of cold brewed coffee added to this version!
Howl at the Moon
Imperial Red Ale
This mighty ale is an outcast of beer styles. With a rewarding strength of character, it is often found overwhelming by the masses. And so; it breaks its own road, fates itself to the few, and apologizes to no one along the way. This Imperial Red style beer is built with a rich caramel and toasted malt backbone, a huge pine and citrus hop character, and a full bitter finish. You’ll be howling at the moon before you know it. Or maybe just howling for another!
The Dyatlov Pass Incident
Russian Imperial Stout
This rich dark beer references a mysterious mountaineering incident that took place in Russia in 1959. A group of hikers ventured into the mountains only to be found dead weeks later under disturbing and unexplainable conditions. Only theories exist as to why the hikers apparently fled their camp… Soviet Conspiracy? The Supernatural? Strange beasts? Either way, be glad you’re in a cozy brewery sipping a warming, chocolatey and complex beer.
- ``Ms American Rye`` Rye Blonde Ale
- ``Hyper Jam`` Blackberry Sour
- ``Colfax Gold`` Belgian Style Golden Ale
- ``Sunshine Apparition`` Saison
- ``Thunder Puppy`` Tropical IPA
- ``Fresh Soul`` Grapefruit Session IPA
- ``Lupulin Hero`` Pale Ale
- ``Hop Immersion`` West Coast IPA
- ``Wolf's Blood`` Red Ale
- ``Blind Sherpa`` American Stout
- ``Friends with Hops`` Double IPA
- Mocha ``Dyatlov Pass Incident`` Russian Imperial Stout
- Bourbon Barrel Aged ``Old Liquid Debauchery`` Barley Wine