Handcrafted Beers

We have six taps and about sixteen beers that we love to brew.

Be prepared to try something new as our taps rotate often.

Always on Tap

Republic Pale

Tasting notes:
We proudly present our flagship West Coast Pale Ale. It’s a familiar and easy-drinking pint, but it packs a BIG fruity punch: oranges, grapefruits, apricots, green grapes, black currants, along with hints of pinecones and cracked peppercorns. It starts with a well-rounded malty flavour, is balanced by a great hoppy bitterness, and a tangy aftertaste which eventually finishes crisp and dry. It's hard to beat these home-grown Yakima valley hops. Our brewers’ favorite…and soon to become one of yours too.

For the nerds:
OG: 1053
FG: 1010
ABV: 5.8%
IBU: 50
Colour: crystal-clear light orange amber with sudsy white foam, long-lasting with fine lace
BJCP Category 10A. American Pale Ale
Containing: A blend of pale, Munich, and Crystal malts, with distinctly citrusy American hops. Fermented with ale yeast.

Brush Fit Brown

Tasting Notes:
Treat yourself to an English holiday without leaving the Pacific Northwest with a pint of this delicious old-timey Brown Ale. Bready, toasty, biscuity, caramelly, nutty, with hints of toffee, coffee, chocolate, balanced by tangy orange marmalade hoppy notes. Think Newcastle but way more flavourful. Pair it with some ripe cheese and crusty bread and you’ve got yourself a meal…one of many if you’re a Hobbit.

For the nerds:
OG: 1045
FG: 1010
ABV: 4.5%
IBU: 30
Colour: 22˚SRM/43˚EBC, brown
BJCP Category 11. English Brown Ale
Containing: Pale, toasted, caramelized, and roasted malts. English hops. Fermented with ale yeast.

Big Mischief Porter

2013 Gold Medal Winner at the Washington Beer AwardsTasting Notes:
As mysterious and inevitable as nighttime. Toasty, tart, with black coffee and dark chocolate flavours, hints of molasses, dried cranberries, currants, plum pudding. Fruity ale esters, slight malt-sweetness perfectly complimented by earthy hops, roasty grain bitterness, and smooth alcohol. Full-bodied with a chewy mouthfeel, long-lasting bittersweet aftertaste. Reminiscent of the best English examples, but this one goes to eleven. An exquisite winter warmer, a treat anytime of year. Stick your nose in that glass and take a big whiff, we’re talking big brown beer perfume here.

2014 Bronze Medal Winner at the Washington Beer AwardsFor the nerds:
OG: 1065
FG: 1015
ABV: 6.5%
IBU: 45
Colour: 35˚SRM/67˚EBC, opaque very dark brown with beige foam, reddish at the edges when held to the light
BJCP Category 12B. Robust Porter, at the most robust end of the spectrum
Containing: Pale, light and medium caramelized malts, dark and even darker roasted malts, modern American hops bred from quintessential English varieties for the best of both worlds, fermented with ale yeast.

Rotating Selections

A * indicates the brew is currently on tap!

Rusty Bucket Amber

This rust-red beer doesn’t get its color from an old bucket, the name comes from a local mining claim. The Rusty Bucket combines a malty base with a balanced hop flavor, for a great year-round, all-around beer.

Bavarian Weizen

Traditional German Heffenweizen. A wheat beer based on traditional Bavarian recipes, including yeast from the oldest brewery in the world, Weihenstephan. Smooth and a bit fruity.

Wildfire-Rauchbeir, Smoked Amber

Brewed in the German tradition of rauchbier, Wildfire combines beech-wood smoked barley and subtle hop flavor, creating a warm, fall sipper. Best paired with the smoke-filled skies of an Inland Northwest September.

Irish Eyes Stout*

Tasting Notes:
"When Irish Eyes Are Smiling…" as the ol' tune goes, and now you know why. Dark in colour but light in body. It all starts with husky barley grains, some of which get toasted and roasted, then boiled up with some earthy hops, then fed to the yeasties who give us alcohol in return, then pumped full o’ nitro for a creamy and silky mouthfeel. Faintly woodsy, smoky, minty. Ah yes, "…let us smile each chance we get."

For the nerds:
OG: 1039
FG: 1008
ABV: 4.0%
IBU: 40
Colour: opaque, very dark brown with reddish highlights and fluffy off-white foam
BJCP Category 13A. Dry Stout
Containing: 100% true-to-style Irish Stout grainbill, with UK hops as well. Fermented with ale yeast.

Krohnies Bliss Kolsch*

Tasting notes:
For those of you accustomed to American light-lagers, here’s a tasty upgrade. A crisp, grainy, light-bodied golden ale with a delicate white head. Originally brewed in Cologne (Köln), Germany. Gulp it down for refreshment, or savour its subtle fruitiness, soft malty flavours, floral and black peppery hops, and smooth mouthfeel, with perhaps the faintest hint of mint. Somehow exotic and familiar. For light lager drinkers and connoisseurs.

For the nerds:
OG: 1047
FG: 1008
ABV: 5.0%
IBU: 25
Colour: 3˚SRM/6˚EBC, clear straw
BJCP Category 6C. Kölsch
Containing: Authentic German-style malts and hops, clean ale fermentation.

Falligans Red

2014 Silver Medal Winner at the Washington Beer AwardsIrish Red with Rye. Named for RBC’s patriarch George Falligan, who opened the original RBC in 1898. This red-hued beer is a nice mid-range beer for all beer lovers. Falligan’s combines a malty base with a balanced hop flavor, creamy head and crisp finish

Widow Maker IPA

West Coast IPA. Indian Pale Ales were traditionally high in hops to preserve them for their long sea voyage from England to India. Today self-proclaimed hopheads search out American-style IPA’s for their intense hop flavor, pale amber color and strong bitterness.

Golden Lilly Lager - Marzen

Tasting notes:
German for March beer, which was then lagered in cold cellars until the famed Oktoberfest. You'll love this authentic malty flavour, reminiscent of marshmallow and caramel candies with hints of vanilla and spice, balanced by flowery hops. Tea-like tannins and a subtle mineral water essence in the mouthfeel. Pleasant and surprisingly strong with a clean bittersweet aftertaste.

For the nerds:
OG: 1056
FG: 1010
ABV: 5.8%
IBU: 24
Colour: slightly hazy golden amber with off-white foam
BJCP Category 3B. Oktoberfest/Märzen
Containing: A blend of traditional German ingredients with a few enhancements snuck-in. Fermented with lager yeast.

Belgian Dubbel

Tasting notes:
As brewed unto God by Trappist monks since the Middle Ages. Subtle yet seriously complex. Grainy and nutty and fruity with hints of black pepper, clove, honey, brown sugar, plums, black cherries, raisins. Flowery noble hops and elevated alcohol combine into a great perfume-y aroma. Hell, if it’s good enough for God, it’s good enough for the rest of us!

For the nerds:
OG: 1070
FG: 1014
ABV: 7.2%
IBU: 30
Colour: crystal-clear medium reddish amber with deep off-white head of spritzy little bubbles and lots of Belgian lace.
BJCP Category 18. Belgian Strong Ale: Dubbel
Containing: authentic blend of Belgian-style malts, candi sugar, noble hops, and spicy Trappist ale yeast.

Black & Tan

The black and tan is a layered beer that we make by putting either the Golden Lilly Lager or the High Pine Pilsner (depending which on is on tap) on the bottom and then topping it with the Irish Eyes Stout for a delightful mix of flavors... not to mention it is very appealing to the eyes!

Reason for the Season*

Praying for Snow Pilsner

Kettle River Drifter - Blonde Ale

Flying Cloud Tripel - Belgian style Tripel*

Lazy Dayz IPA – Session IPA

Bobs your Uncle - English Ordinary Bitter

Winter Wheat


Big Mischief Porter: 2014 Bronze Medal Winner

"Robust Porters" category at the Washington Beer Awards ®

Falligan's Irish Red: 2014 Silver Medal Winner

"Irish Red Ales" category at the Washington Beer Awards ®

Big Mischief Porter: 2013 Gold Medal Winner

Washington Beer Awards ®