What’s On Tap
A refreshing lineup for summer fun. A mild, drinkable IPA coupled with a spicy Altbier and a Pre-Prohibition Pilsner.
This IPA is a malt forward ale with a subtle hop nose from the use of Cascade hops. The finish is mildly bitter to clear the palate and set you up for the next sip. Delicious.
Altbier is a style of beer brewed around the city of Dusseldorf. It is a copper colored beer whose name comes from it being an older Ale styled brew, but is aged like a lager. The aging gives this brew a smooth flavor that works great with summer fun.
Papa’s Pre-Prohibition Pilsner
Papa’s is a pre-prohibition pilsner, which as the name suggests, is an American beer recipe from before Prohibition. The grain bill is American 6-row pilsner malt, with an addition of flaked maize to bolster the fermentables. Bittering hops is from American Cluster, and the finishing hops is from traditionally German Hallertau Mittelfruh. Prost!
Full House at Otto’s
Otto’s at capacity for an NBA Championship game. Good times!