The Beers of Out.Haus Ales


The current beer selection at the brewery:

    On Tap
  • Flower Barrel - Farm.Haus Ale with fresh chamomile added for a smooth, floral flavor aged in a white wine barrel - 4.5% ABV with 29 IBU
  • Scottish 80/- Ale - Traditional Scottish-style Export Ale: very malty, minimal hop, and relatively low carbonation - 5.4% with 18 IBU
  • American White Spruce - A light brown ale with the sweet taste of spruce - 5.2% ABV with 18 IBU
  • IPA - A more "traditional" style IPA; more malt flavor than hop, with the primary hop being Cascade for a more floral flavor - 6.0% ABV with 70 IBU
  • Imperial Spring IPA - A New England Style Double IPA made in collaboration with Bill Herlicka, this beer is loaded with El Dorado and Mosaic Hops. - 9.0% ABV with 174. IBU
  • Brown Ale - My brown is less a "Nut Brown" and more a creamy, almost sweet brown ale - 5.7% ABV with 40 IBU
  • Smoking American Blonde - American Blonde Ale brewed with smoked malt - 5.6% with 16 IBU
  • Extra Stout - Take my regular stout, and beef up the body; bump up the alcohol; and soften up the hops. You'll never know it's 7% ABV - 7.0% ABV with 47.6 IBU
  • Bottles:
  • Scottish 80/- Ale - Traditional Scottish-style Export Ale: very malty, minimal hop, and relatively low carbonation - 5.4% with 18 IBU
  • American White Spruce - A light brown ale with the sweet taste of spruce - 5.2% ABV with 18 IBU
  • IPA - A more "traditional" style IPA; more malt flavor than hop, with the primary hop being Cascade for a more floral flavor - 6.0% ABV with 70 IBU
  • Brown Ale - My brown is less a "Nut Brown" and more a creamy, almost sweet brown ale - 5.7% ABV with 40 IBU
  • Stout - Light enough to drink year round, but loaded with four different kinds of dark malts giving it great body and flavor - 5.6% ABV with 65 IBU
  • Growlers and Growlettes are also available at the brewery. Typical fill price is $8 for 32 oz and $16 for 64 oz. Specialty beers may be more.
    64 oz Growler - $8 + fill
    32 oz Growlette - $6 + fill


    Out.Haus Ales can often be found on tap at:


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