Beer Menu

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North Mountain Beer Menu

TRY A SAMPLER FLIGHT, 6 ($12) or 8 ($15) 4.75 OZ. GLASSES.
Great for sharing!  Barrel Aged, Premium Beer and Super Premium is $ 1 extra for each beer in a flight. Ask your server about Nitro Beer.
We also serve wines & mead.

ALL BEER IS $1 OFF DURING HAPPY HOUR (Open-6 pm M-F)
&  $2 REVERSE HAPPY HOUR (8-10  M-TH)
$ 2 off our 8 sampler beer flightexcept for 6 BEER FLIGHTS, and SHORT.

1)  C.R.E.E.M. Golden Ale                                          (ABV= 5.9/ IBUs=16)
A golden ale brewed with Oats, Rye and Arizona Wildflower Honey, giving extra flavor to this easy drinking Ale. The name C.R.E.E.M. is an acronym for, and tribute to, the brewer’s family.

2)  Hefe Endings                                                           (ABV= 5.1/ IBUs=24)
Brewed with all German malts and traditional Munich Hefe yeast. Medium in color, light in body, with a nice balance of banana and clove flavors compliments of the yeast. This beer is the brewers attempt to recapture a specific moment while at beer school in Munich.

3) Salted CaramAle                                                    (ABV=5.5 /  IBUs=29)
Brewed with plenty of Caramel malt and 50 lbs. of Caramel made by your beloved brewers. We then take this medium colored beer and spike it with Kosher salt, spicing it up and giving it a nice, velvety texture.

4) Baby Belgian Ale                                                                 (ABV= 6.3/  IBUs=25)       Brewed with Belgian ingredients and yeast, this Tripel is a Baby only when it stands next to its bigger sister, the seasonal N’erotic Belgian Strong Ale.

5) Dogs Bollocks                                                                     (ABV= 5.0/ IBUs= 40)         Our ESB, or Extra Special Bitter, is in the same family as a Pale Ale but a bit maltier instead of hoppier. Using all British ingredients highlighting toasty malts and classic British hops, even visitors from over the pond agree this beer isn’t bollocks. Quite the opposite, it is… the Dog’s Bollocks.

6)  CardinAle Red                                                            (ABV=  5.5 / IBUs= 29)
A hoppy red with a nice hop aroma plus a dash of chocolate & crystal malts.                      The Officially Unaffiliated Beer of the Arizona Cardinals.

7)  Grooving With The Pict                                          (ABV= 6.3 / IBUs= 21)
Dark Scottish Ale with the malty finish and a wee hint of smoke. Bring on the Small Furry Animals!

8) Spiral Man Oatmeal  Stout                                      (ABV= 6.03 / IBUs=32)
In honor of the Spiral Man Petroglyph carved in North Mountain Park by Hohokam over 800 years ago.

9) Belay Double IPA                                                 (ABV= 8.0 /  IBUs= 83)
This IPA is directed firmly at the hophead in all of us.  With the clean maltbill required to let the hops lead the charge and dry-hopped with Columbus and Summit, this borderline Imperial IPA is exactly what you need when you need hops.

10)  James Brown Boogie ~                                               (ABV= 5.5/ IBUs= 30)      The first beer brewed at North Mountain Brewing, many a person has set down their glass and bellowed “I FEEL GOOD!”. Filled with Black, Chocolate and Crystal malts, it’s no wonder. Get down, then Get Back Up Again with a bit of James Brown Boogie.

11) Buddha Handy                                                        (ABV= 6.5/ IBUs= 20)
A collaboration between North Mountain Brewing and Old Ellsworth Brewing, this beer is based off our Kaierlich Dunkelweiss that incorporates Blood Orange and Buddha hands, hence the name Buddha Handy.

12)  Bearded Dragon                                                               (ABV= 6.6/ IBUs=70)   Take the soft, warm tones of a blend of lighter roasted and darker crystal malts, ad the soft roundness of stone-fruit focused hops, and you have the sexiness that is Bearded Dragon Brown IPA.

13) Far West IPA                                                                     (ABV=5.5/ IBUs= 50)     Our session IPA features El Dorado, Ekuanot and whole cone Mosaic hops for a rich floral hop character that finishes with grapefruit, tangerine and melon notes. We use six malts plus a healthy dose of oats to ensure that the malt character and body of this beer are as unique and complex as the hops.

14)  Mild Child                                                           (ABV= 4.2 / IBUs=18)          This blend of Made with a nice dose of crystal malts, this beer has a fairly complex profile for a simple beer. Easy drinking but full of flavor, this beer is meant to be enjoyed young. You will go wild for this child.

15) Redouble Double Red                                                       (ABV=6.7/ IBUs= 70)  This Imperial Red is a blend of eight malts and four hops. Featuring a complex malty backbone and solid hop bite with another layer of hops from late kettle additions. Formerly known as Octomalt.

16)  N’erotic                                                                            (ABV= 10.2/ IBUs=29)  Smooth, Golden and Malty! Bigger than a Belgian Trippel, lighter than a Quad, it is N’erotic. Just be careful, that 10.2 ABV hides itself well.

17)  Boysenberry James Brown Imperial~*                          (ABV= 8.5/ IBUs=35)    We took our James Brown Imperial Soul and added plenty of Boysenberries to create a berry-lious flavor to the chocolate and dark caramel sugars.

18)  Kaiserlich Dunkelweiss                                                    (ABV= 6.8/ IBUs=24)  A dark wheat beer with lots of flavor and 6.8% alcohol. This beer lives up to it’s name Kaiserlich, German for Imperial.

19)  Drincelean                                                                           (ABV= 8/ IBUs=45)   Inspired by a well aged bottle of Enflish Old Ale, this beer of the same style features the darkest of Crystal Malts and a whole lot of them. Add some dark brown sugar, British hops and yeast and you have a very tasty beer worthy of celebrating an honorable agreement between partners, the Olde English meaning of Drincelean. In this case, the purchase of a glorious beer!

20)  Erin Go Bock                                                                   (ABV= 7.0/ IBUs=27) To make this delicious and malty lager, we took the European tradition of the spring Maibock and combined it with elements of the traditional Irish Red. The result was a beautiful, full bodied, malty lager tailor made for the green of spring. Sláinte.

         *  no growler sales, typically because  of alcohol content or a beer in short supply.

 UPDATED 4/6/18

WHAT IS FERMENTING?    Session IPA,, Belay Double IPA, Hefe Endings, and Spiral Man Oatmeal Stout, and Grooving with the Pict

 WE GOT SOME MORE BARRELS LIKE TEQUILAS, BOURBON, SCOTCH and BRANDY Barrels.  IT  KEEPS EVOLVING!  Here is a peak of our current lineup: Old Ales, NIB Imperial Oatmeal Stout and Fruit Ale in Cognac Barrels. and then some in a whiskey barrel blended and non-blended, Barleywine, IMPERIAL PILSNER, BARLEY WINE, DARK BELGIAN, AND OF COURSE IMPERIAL IPAs  AGED BARRELS LIKE  in  BOURBON (AMERICAN and SPANISH), TEQUILA,  RUM, RED WINES, WHITE WINES,  BRANDY, AND COGNAC.  THESE BEERS WILL BE SPECIAL RELEASE!  

I.P.A. (always an I.P.A., we can barely keep up!),

PLEASE CALL FOR MOST CURRENT CRAFT BEER LIST as we frequently change our beer list.  See you soon. 

We also carry  wines and meads.