We have a modern, 15-barrel brew house. We can make ales or lagers, but mostly it has been ales, which tend to have a more complex flavor profile. We use a simple one step infusion mash, or more elaborate multi-temperature step mash. After the beer is made, of course, it has to go someplace. That’s where you come in.
Current Beers on Tap
$3.95 per 16 oz pint
$3.50 per 12 oz glass
$13.95 for a 1/2 gallon growler of Brewery Creek beer to go. Refill is $9.95
$11.95 for a 1/2 gallon growler of Brewery Creek soda to go. Refill is $7.95
A light wheat beer, but without the German esters and phenolics. 60% wheat malt, 40% European style pale malt. 22 IBU from CTZ and Hallertauer Hops. 5% ABV
Brewery Creek Pale Ale
What’s the difference between a bitter and a pale ale? For the British, if it is on draught, it is a bitter. If it is in a bottle, it is a pale ale. Americans don’t make the distinction so you can call this one either and we’ll bring it to you! British Maris Otter and crystal malts, flaked corn. 5% ABV. 35 IBU from US and Styrian Goldings Hops.
London, the official birthplace of Porter. A bit more malt forward than our Scottish Porter. 80% Martis Otter pale malt, the balance being crystal, amber, chocolate, black. 4.5% ABV. 35 IBU From CTZ and Perle.
A lighter beer or ale with about 25% to 30% lemonade added. Such combinations are traditional in countries with a beer culture and take many forms with different names. They are called “Der Radler” in Germany or “Rus” when made with a wheat beer. Whatever the name, they are a nice refreshing drink, especially popular in warmer weather.
Growler of Brewery Creek Beer: 1/2 gallon of Brewery Creek beer to go in our no deposit, no return, refillable growler. $13.95. Refill – $9.95.
Growler of Brewery Creek Home Made Root Beer: 1/2 gallon of Brewery Creek home made root beer to go in our no deposit, no return, refillable growler.