Micro Beers

Dedicated to Bocks and Pilsners

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With the Northwest’s only authentic Bavarian decoction brewhouse, we produce Bocks in a time honored tradition that dates back to 15th century Germany. Bock means “Billy Goat” in German, and that is why goats are often featured on Bock labels–they are a symbol of the strength of these lager beers.

Saxer Bock

Saxer Bock

2002 Gold Medal, Great American Beer Festival®, Bock
1998 Silver Medal, Great American Beer Festival®, Bock
1997 Bronze Medal, Great American Beer Festival®, Bock
(7.2% alcohol by volume)
Our flagship beer! Available throughout the year, Saxer Bock is a golden crisply-hopped Helles style brewed in the centuries-old tradition of this classic lager. Brewed with Vienna and Carapils specialty malts, Saxer Bock delivers a delicious malty sweetness beautifully proportioned to its rich, creamy body.

JackFrost Winter Doppelbock

Jack Frost1996 Gold Medal, Great American Beer Festival®, Bock
Our Winter Seasonal, JackFrost is an authentic Doppel (double) Bock beer. This is a Gold Medal example of the style originally developed by the Bavarian monks of St. Francis Paula in the 18th century. Brewed with imported malts, this dark, full-bodied beer is deliciously rich and malty tasting. Cold-conditioned for a full two months.

 

Dark Bock

(7.2% alcohol by volume)Dark Bock

Our Spring Seasonal, this classic Bavarian Dunkel Bock is brewed with Imported Caramunich and Munich malts. Dark Bock delivers a deliciously rich, roasted malt sweetness artfully complemented by the spicy notes of German Hersbrucker hops. The finish is extremely smooth with a warm, lingering sweetness true to the bock style.

 

 

Lemon Lager

Lemon Lager

A refreshing full-flavored beer with an effervescent lemon finish. Its crisp, tangy character makes it perfect with seafood, chicken, appetizers and spicy foods. A People’s Choice Award winner in beer festivals from coast to coast.

 

 

Saxer Pilsner

Saxer Pilsner

A classic Pilsner brewed according to traditions begun in Pilsen, Bohemia in 1842. Pilsners have a strong malt profile, but the defining characteristics of these golden lagers are their floral hop aromatics and dryness of finish. We stayed true to these fundamentals but departed slightly to create a richer malt profile and more intense aromatic hopping to satisfy our Northwest customers. A strong malt profile balanced by a more aggressively hopped approach than European pilsner-style beers ending with dry finishing notes. Prost!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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