River Falls Red Ale

Our flagship beer is a medium-bodied, extremely smooth Irish-Style Red Ale with an evenly roasted malt character from start to finish.

Style: Irish Style Red
Color: Deep Copper
Malts: 2 Row Pale, Caramel 30, Carapils
Hops: Perle, East Kent Golding, Tettnanger, Willamette
ABV: 6.2% IBU: 25 Original Gravity: 13.44° Plato

Availability: 12 oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Ratings:
BeerAdvocate

Food Pairings

The copper color and maltiness of this beer will contrast beautifully against the backdrop of mildly spicy cuisine including seasoned chicken, seafood and burgers.
  • Cheese: This beer is approachable with malty personality and lends well to Ports and other lightly tangy cheeses.
  • Dessert: The burnt sugar quality from crystal malt balanced with a discreet amount of hops imply a perfect pairing with fruity desserts such as poached pears with dulce de leche, banana pound cake or pecan lace cookies.

Awards

  • Gold Medal – 2006 Carolinas Championship of Beer
  • Silver Medal – 2003 World Beer Championships
  • Silver Medal – 2008 Carolinas Championship of Beer
  • Silver Medal – 2011 Carolinas Championship of Beer
  • Silver Medal – 2012 Carolinas Championship of Beer
Dockside Pilsner

A light-bodied and golden German-Style Pilsner with a very light and clean finish and just enough hop complexity to keep its microbrewed integrity.

Style: German Pilsner
Color: Golden Straw
Malts: 2 Row Pale, Idapils
Hops: Hallertauer, Perle, Tettnanger
ABV: 5.0% IBU: 26 Original Gravity: 11.13° Plato

Availability: 12 oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Food Pairings

  • The low flavor impact & medium bitterness in this Lager pair well with lighter fare and aperitifs including chicken, salad, salmon, bratwurst & shellfish.
  • Cheese: Crisp, austere tones of this beer match nicely with mild White Vermont cheddar.
  • Dessert: Clean & bready maltiness balanced with aromatic hops of Germanic origin suggest a pairing of light desserts such as lemon shortbread or fresh berries with sabayon.

Awards

  • Bronze Medal - 2003 World Beer Championships
  • Bronze Medal – 2010 Carolinas Championship of Beer
Appalachian Amber

Full-bodied, crisp and refreshing American Amber Ale with a malty flavor, rich caramel color, smokey notes and a smooth aromatic finish.

Style: American Amber
Color: Dark Amber
Malts: 2 Row Pale, Carapils, Caramel 10, Caramel 60, Black Patent
Hops: Hallertauer, Tettnanger, East Kent Golding
ABV: 6.8% IBU: 40 Original Gravity: 15.21° Plato

Availability: 12 oz. Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Food Pairings

  • Goes well with savory, rich meats. The caramel malt tones and hoppy finish on this beer make a perfect partnership with hearty ribs, barbeque, and smoked brisket.
  • Cheese: English cheese such as cheddar or derby with sage.
  • Dessert: A fair amount of caramelly maltiness pair with spiced desserts such as pumpkin flan, maple bread pudding, almond or maple-walnut cake, and cashew brittle.

Awards

  • Gold Medal – 2006 Carolinas Championship of Beer
  • Silver Medal – 2003 World Beer Championships
  • Silver Medal – 2008 Carolinas Championship of Beer
  • Silver Medal – 2010 Carolinas Championship of Beer
Deep Water Dopplebock

A full-bodied German-Style dark Lager with a rich creamy flavor, roasted nut tones and an easy finish with notes of coffee and toasted chocolate.

Style: German Doppelbock
Color: Chocolate Brown
Malts: 2 Row Pale, Munich Bonlander, Caramel 20, Caramel 60, Chocolate, Black Patent
Hops: Cascade, Tettnanger, Hallertauer
ABV: 7% IBU: 30 Original Gravity: 16.36° Plato

Availability: 12 oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Food Pairings

  • This deliciously balanced beer with roasted cocoa tones goes particularly well with roasty foods like duck or roasted pork shanks, also cured meats.
  • Cheese: Pairs perfectly with a classic Limburger cheese.
  • Dessert: Rich toffee and chocolaty tones in the beer invoke a sweet palate pairing such as German chocolate cake, Black Forest cake and dried fruit rum tart.

Awards

  • Gold Medal – 2012 Carolinas Championship of Beer
  • Silver Medal – 2008 Great American Beer Festival
  • Silver Medal – 2009 Carolinas Championship of Beer
  • Bronze Medal – 2010 Carolinas Championship of Beer
Castaway Chocolate Orange IPA

Crisp and citrusy, this India Pale Ale derives its atypical dark copper brown color from malted chocolate wheat.  Heavily hopped, the Chocolate Orange IPA’s bitterness blends with the dark chocolate flavors of the cocoa nibs added during fermentation.  Those subtle chocolate notes rest behind a floral bouquet, enhanced by additions of bitter orange peel and dry hopping with Citra.

Style: Hybrid
Color: Dark Amber
Malts: Chocolate Wheat, Honey Malt, 2Row, Black Patent
Hops: Citra, Magnum, Chinook, Centennial, Cascade, Amarillo, Orange Peel
ABV: 7.5% IBU: 100 Original Gravity: 16.48° Plato

Availability: 12 oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Ratings:
BeerAdvocate

Food Pairings

This beer is so good, it goes with everything. Okay, so... maybe not. We’re simply waiting to hear from our favorite chef on what to eat with this splendid beer. Check back later for updates!

Awards

Bronze Medal – 2012 & 2013 Carolinas Championship of Beer
Class Five IPA

An earthy, citrusy and crisp, fully-hopped India Pale Ale brewed for the true hop head, with bold hop varietals and a dry-hopping with Willamette & Centennial.

Style: American IPA
Color: Light Copper
Malts: 2 Row Pale, Victory, Carapils, Caramel 20, Caramel 60
Hops: Magnum, Cascade, Styrian Aurora, Centennial, Willamette
ABV: 5.5% IBU: 87 Original Gravity: 13.49° Plato

Availability: 12 oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Food Pairings

  • The high flavor impact and strong hoppy characteristics of this beer command a bold, spicy entrée match such as curry or peppery Thai dishes.
  • Cheese: To balance the piquant bitternss and the resiny, grapefruity hopflavors in this beer, try a mildly pungent cheese such as Blue cheese, Gorgonzola or Cambozola.
  • Dessert: The tangy yet bitter hoppiness in this beer pairs up nicely with bold, sweet desserts like carrot cake, caramel apple tart, ginger spice cake and  persimmon rice pudding.

Awards

  • Gold Medal – 2012 Carolinas Championship of Beer
  • Silver Medal - 2003 World Beer Championships
  • Silver Medal – 2010 Carolinas Championship of Beer
Trifecta IPA

Trifecta…A winning ticket? The perfect bet.   Maybe, but in this case it’s about a dark horse collaboration gone golden. A rather full-bodied American IPA brewed with an abundance of Citra hops with a refreshing yet potent nose of citrus and a smooth drinkability with notes of grapefruit and a pleasant sweetness.

Style: American IPA
Color: Golden
Malts: 2 Row Pale, Crystal, Bonlander Munich, Cara-Pils
Hops: Citra, Chinook, Centennial
ABV: 6.9 IBU: 86 Original Gravity: 14.56

Availability: 12 oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Food Pairings

This beer is so good, it goes with everything. Okay, so... maybe not. We’re simply waiting to hear from our favorite chef on what to eat with this splendid beer. Check back later for updates!
Up The Creek Extreme IPA

Up The Creek is mashed in at a low temperature to increase the amount of fermentable sugars while reducing residual sweetness. This creates a hoppy behemoth of a beer with its ABV well hidden under heavy layers of malt. UTC is designed to be dangerously drinkable, so use caution or you’ll be Up The Creek!

Style: Imperial IPA
Color: Red Mahogany
Malts: 2 Row Pale, Caramel 20, Special B, Caramel 120
Hops: Warrior, Nugget, Amarillo, Willamette
ABV: 12.5% IBU: 143 Original Gravity: 26.80° Plato

Availability: 12 oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Ratings:
BeerAdvocate

Food Pairings

  • The strong, breathtakingly hoppy echelons of this beer are really a meal in their own right. Entrees paired here should be toned down against this bold brew, selections can include smoked beef brisket, grilled lamb, Southern chicken-fried steak.
  • Cheese: Pair with sharp and rich American artisanal blue cheese varieties.
  • Dessert: This richly hopped and luxurious beer commands a delectable and sweet dessert pairing such as carrot cake, caramel cheesecake, crème brulee, rum raisin cake or toffee pudding.

Awards

  • Gold Medal – 2011 Carolinas Championship of Beer
Coffee Oatmeal Stout

A creamy oatmeal stout with a dark roasted flavor and a delectable coffee aroma brewed with our very own blend of locally roasted coffee beans.

Style: Oatmeal Stout
Color: Black
Malts: Pale, Black Patent, Chocolate, Crystal, Roasted Barley and Flaked Oats
Hops: Chinook, Warrior, Cascade
ABV: 8% IBU: 62.4 Original Gravity: 17.07° Plato

Availability: 12oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Food Pairings

This beer is so good, it goes with everything. Okay, so... maybe not. We’re simply waiting to hear from our favorite chef on what to eat with this splendid beer. Check back later for updates!
Stillwater Vanilla Cream Ale

Our Spring Seasonal is a light-bodied and golden American style cream ale with a highly refreshing palate and an undertone of pure vanilla essence from an infusion of tahitian and madagascar bourbon vanilla.

Style: American-Style Cream Ale
Color: Golden
Malts: 2 Row, Idapils, Carapils, Caramel 10
Hops: Hallertauer, Tettnanger, Cascade, East Kent Golding
ABV: 4.8% IBU: 23 Original Gravity: 10.71° Plato

Availability: (March-July) 12 oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Food Pairings

This beer is so good, it goes with everything. Okay, so... maybe not. We’re simply waiting to hear from our favorite chef on what to eat with this splendid beer. Check back later for updates!

Awards

  • Silver Medal – 2003 World Beer Championships
Octoberfest

A smooth, well-rounded lager that is perfect for the changing seasons. A toasted, caramel malt flavor dominates, but is balanced by an ample amount of noble hops.

Style: German-Style Amber Lager
Color: Light Amber
Malts: 2 Row, Munich Bonlander, Carapils, Caramel 10, Caramel 60
Hops: Hallertauer Tradition, Spalter
ABV: 6.5% IBU: 23 Original Gravity: 14.02° Plato

Availability: (Sept - Nov) 12 oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Ratings:
BeerAdvocate

Food Pairings

This beer is so good, it goes with everything. Okay, so... maybe not. We’re simply waiting to hear from our favorite chef on what to eat with this splendid beer. Check back later for updates!
Pumpkin Ale

Brewed with natural spices, our fall seasonal offers flavors reminiscent of brick oven-baked pumpkin pie.

Style: Pumpkin Ale
Color: Golden
Malts: Pale, Biscuit, Bonlander Munich, Crystal, Honey, Breiss Cherry Wood Smoked
Hops: Hallertau, Cascade
ABV: 7.3% IBU: 26.4 Original Gravity: 16.31° Plato

Availability: (Sept-Oct) 12oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Food Pairings

This beer is so good, it goes with everything. Okay, so... maybe not. We’re simply waiting to hear from our favorite chef on what to eat with this splendid beer. Check back later for updates!
Pump House Porter

You don’t need to spice up a beer or put Santa Claus and wreaths on the label to make a great winter beer. Therefore, ’tis the season for our fully flavored and fully hopped Pump House Porter. This is a Robust American Style Porter with a deep charcoal brown hue, smokey tones and a proper bitter finish.

Style: English Style Porter
Color: Charcoal Brown
Malts: 2 Row Pale, Caramel 60, Caramel 120, Black Patent, Chocolate
Hops: Cascade, Centennial, East Kent Golding, Magnum, Chinook
ABV: 6.2% IBU: 60 Original Gravity: 14.27° Plato

Availability: (Dec-March) 12 oz Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Food Pairings

  • This black beer is complementary to roasted or smoked foods like barbeque, sausages, roasted meat and blackened fish.
  • Cheese: Sits up nicely against cow’s milk cheese such as Tilsit or Gruyere.
  • Dessert: The soft roastiness of this beer can pair with many sweet desserts such as chocolate peanut butter cookies, classic tiramisu, toasted coconut cookie bars, and chocolate soufflé.

Awards

  • Silver Medal – 2003 World Beer Championships
  • Silver Medal – 2010 Carolinas Championship of Beer
  • Bronze Medal – 2011 Carolinas Championship of Beer
Conduplico Immundus Monachus

A bigger, badder, extra dirty version of the Dirty Monk. This Imperial Belgian-StylePorter is rich yet suitably dry and tart, with distinct roast character not found in even the darkest of belgian beer.

Style: Belgian-Style Imperial Porter
Color: Deep Charcoal Black
Malts: Maris Otter, Caramel 60, Caramel 120, Black Patent, Chocolate, Acidulated
Hops: Chinook, Amarillo, Centennial, Golding, Magnum
ABV: 10% IBU: 54 Original Gravity: 22.24° Plato

Availability: 750 ml Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Ratings:
BeerAdvocate

Food Pairings

This beer is so good, it goes with everything. Okay, so... maybe not. We’re simply waiting to hear from our favorite chef on what to eat with this splendid beer. Check back later for updates!

Awards

  • Gold Medal – 2011 Carolinas Championship of Beer
  • Silver Medal – 2012 Carolinas Championship of Beer
Banana Split Chocolate Stout

Dark chocolaty stout with caramel, toffee and roasted malt flavors. Crisp and smooth with distinct banana overtones.

Style: Chocolate Stout
Color: Black
Malts: Pale, Black Patent, Chocolate, Crystal, Roasted Barley and Flaked Oats
Hops: Chinook, Warrior, Cascade
ABV: 7.5% IBU: 52 Original Gravity: 18.71° Plato

Availability: 750 ml Bottles, 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Ratings:
BeerAdvocate

Food Pairings

This beer is so good, it goes with everything. Okay, so... maybe not. We’re simply waiting to hear from our favorite chef on what to eat with this splendid beer. Check back later for updates!
Dirty Monk

Sharing characteristics of a Belgian Ipa and a Belgian Black Ale, our so called “Belgian-Style Porter” is robustly hopped and loaded with roasted malts. Expect a complex aroma and palate, with notes of chocolate, coffee, licorice, and tropical fruit.

Style: Belgian-Style Porter
Color: Dark Chocolate Brown
Malts: 2 Row, Caramel 60, Caramel 120, Black Patent, Chocolate, Acidulated
Hops: Chinook, Amarillo, Centennial, Golding, Magnum
ABV: 6.5% IBU: 60 Original Gravity: 14.74° Plato

Availability: 5 Gallon Kegs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs

Food Pairings

This beer is so good, it goes with everything. Okay, so... maybe not. We’re simply waiting to hear from our favorite chef on what to eat with this splendid beer. Check back later for updates!
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