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On Tap in Nederland
Our Flagship Beers

Very Nice Pale Ale

Brewed to be simply Very Nice. An easy and balanced ale strong with aromas of lemon and lime, melon, peach, and tangerine. Secondary notes include coconut, lemongrass, and candied fruit. Some folks even notice hints of pineapple. Mostly featuring the Cashmere hop, but joined with Citra hop for more complexity. Brewed with a very nice light body, perfect for summertime sipping.

ABV:     6.0%   

Gluten Reduced

Royal We IPA

Huge hop forward character delivered with a double dry hop of Enigma, Citra, and Mosaic. This provides a beautiful grapefruit and orange essence characteristic of the American IPA.  The body is kept light with only a small amount of crystal malt to allow the hop bouquet and flavor to shine through. Early additions of Centennial hops balance out the hop forward with an appropriate bitter background.

ABV:     7.2%   

Gluten reduced

Logical Fallacy

This beer challenges the Logical Fallacy that says if a beer is a stout, it shouldn’t be bittered. We brew it with generous hop additions of Hallertauer and Centennial.  This hop bill is challenged with the smokiness of black patent malt, coffee tones of chocolate malt, and a decadent mixture of caramel malts.  This is a unique stout that will make you look deep into this beer, and lose yourself in its complicated malty taste and intense oil like blackness.  Add an espresso tweek for $1.

ABV:     5.5%   

Gluten reduced


On Tap
Premium / Limited Beers

Very Nice Weiss

A super refreshing Weiss slightly bittered Citra hops and then given a citrus kick with late additions of orange peel. Just in time for summer!

ABV:     5.5%   

Not gluten reduced

Loch Ned Monstah

Relatively low on alcohol at only 4% ABV but with  a monstrous tasting profile that’s completely malt focused yielding a rich and toasty up front with caramel overtones on the back end.

ABV:     4.0%  

Gluten reduced

Special Lynnie Friend

A super fresh cherry/ginger saison. Made with 100% montmorency cherry from Door County Wisconsin and organic pure ginger juice. The montmorency cherry allows this beer to focus more on the succulent and less on the sweet aspect. The saison yeast ties it all together with traditional farmhouse saison spice and strawberry character!

ABV:     6.5%   

Gluten reduced

Mr. Plow

Mr. Plow is back! A salute to the folks who keep our roads safe and drivable. A Nederland double IPA heavily dry hopped with pounds of Strata, Mosaic, Enigma & Idaho 7 hops. This double has a balanced, bitter backbone so you know you are actually drinking an IPA. Come try some before we get a cease and desist from a certain cartoon franchise

ABV:     8.0%   

Gluten reduced

Beardless Ale

A complex malt bill yields rich nutty, toffee character, with caramel notes.  A perfect sipper for sitting at the cabin hearth with occasional visits outside to enjoy the crisp/clear, star filled mountain sky.

ABV:     4.2%   

Gluten reduced

Monk's Phunk

Strong ale named after a strong woman!  Our brewer’s dear mother! This recipe is crafted as a tribute to the tradition the Monk’s started in Belgium over a thousand years ago. It includes lots of Munich, various crystal malt, and a shot of chocolate malt, giving it a deep burgundy color and a heavenly rich caramel taste that literally would bring people to cathedrals in Europe. It has enlightening fruity esters from the Belgian yeast as well as divine sweetness from a gallon (12 lbs) of wild Colorado honey per barrel. 

ABV:     9.0%   

Gluten reduced


A refreshing blend of our Weiss and ginger beer!

ABV:     ~3.0%   

Not gluten reduced


Available in 22oz Bombers

What is Kveik Yeast?

As is often the case, what’s old is new again and for many brewers kveik is proving to be no different. To put it simply, kveik (think “kuh-vake”, as a native speaker would pronounce it––not “kwike”) is a traditional Norwegian word for a type of ancient, domesticated yeast. After many generations of home-brewers cultivating it and passing it down, this hardy yeast has begun making a name for itself on a much larger scale.

Where most of today’s brewers utilize modern methods in order to carefully isolate yeast strains for specific flavor profiles, historically, those brewing with kveik relied upon a decidedly different fermentation process. Cultures between different towns could vary widely, and as a result, traditional kveik would likely contain a blend of strains sourced from many different brewers. While some commercial brewers using kveik have changed to keep up with demand, many have continued to use those same tried and true techniques.

Most notably, kveik has proven to be an extremely resilient yeast...kveik ferments not only at extremely high temperatures (up to about 110ºF), but also at significantly higher alcohol concentrations. Where other yeasts would produce odd flavors or die, it’s under these conditions that kveik’s magic happens.  Kveik also produces a variety of flavors depending on the temperature at which it’s fermented.

Because of its high heat tolerance, the chemical reactions occurring during fermentation do so very quickly, making kveik quite the time-efficient yeast for brewing. For instance, Lars Garshol reports of one extreme example in which dried and dormant kveik had begun visibly fermenting within 30 minutes. Also, kveik can be easily dried and reused, allowing cultures to be preserved even after the batch is complete.


Most of our beers are “gluten reduced”.  What does this mean?  We use a product called ClarityFerm, it is an enzyme. Theoretically it reduces the levels of gluten down to less than 5PPM which is well below the international standard of 20PPM. However, having each batch tested is far too costly so we do not claim gluten free, only crafted for gluten reduction.
The enzyme is extracted from Aspergillus Nigerus.  Commonly know as bread mold.  Bread mold is very good at cleaving up gluten and uses the enzyme to do it.   The enzyme is very similar to Amylase, the enzyme that all brewing depends on.  Amylase breaks down starch and turns it into Glucose (sugar).  The enzyme from the ClarityFerm is just specific to gluten.

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