Core Styles

These styles are our twist on: a light beer, a pale ale, a red ale, an IPA and a dark beer. Our five core beer styles are brewed on our 10bbl brew system and are on tap all the time at our brew pub. They are our unique twist on the styles people typically seek when visiting a new brewery.

 

Laimas Kölsch Style Ale

Pronunciation – Ly-muhs

Our “light” beer. If you like Pilsners or Lagers you will love Laimas.

In Baltic mythology, fate is determined by three goddess sisters, the Laimas. Known to be well-balanced, refreshing and with a hint of sweetness, the Laimas Kölsch Style Ale is sure to grant its drinker a kind destiny. The golden color, sessionable maltiness, subtle hint of nobel hops and crisp dry finish make it the perfect warm weather partner.

5.0% ABV; 20 IBUs; Hops: Magnum, Hallertau Mittelfruh; Malts: German Pilsner, Acidulated

Awards and Mentions

  • Gold 2014 Great American Beer Festival – German-Style Kölsch Category
  • Silver 2014 Denver International Beer Competition – Kölsch Category
  • Gold 2013 Denver International Beer Competition – Kölsch Category
  • The Denver Post Scouting GABF 2014: Dan Rabin on the Mountain Region

 

Parcae Belgian Style Pale Ale

Pronunciation – pahr-say

Our “pale” ale fermented with fruity Belgian yeast.

FATE, as foretold by ancient Roman mythology, is dictated by three female embodiments of destiny known as Parcae who spin, measure and cut the thread of life. FATE has determined this Parcae Belgian Style Pale Ale to be well-balanced with a delicate hop finish and a satisfyingly sweet malt character. Find your palate enchanted by this spicy, complex brew.

5.0% ABV; 20 IBUs; Hops:Willamette, Styrian Goldings; Malts: Pilsner, Vienna, Biscuit, Crystal

Awards and Mentions

  • Bronze 2014 North American Beer Awards – Belgian Style Pale Ale Category
  • Bronze 2014 Denver International Beer Competition – Belgian Blonde Ale category
  • Bronze 2013 Colorado State Fair Craft Beer Competition – Belgian and French Ale Category
  • Bronze 2013 Denver International Beer Competition – Belgian Golden Ale Category
  • Silver 2013 North American Beer Awards – Belgian Style Pale Ale Category

 

Norns Roggenbier

Pronunciation – NOR-nhns

Our “red” ale category represented by a traditional rye roggenbier recipe.

Norns, according to ancient Germanic mythology, are female giantesses responsible for “twining” the threat of fate and deciding the destiny of both men and gods. Known both for their benevolence and their malevolence, they have endowed the Norns Roggenbier with a hefty measure of rye, a bright mahogany-hue and a spicy fruitiness. Norns Roggenbier is sure to delight the drinker with both its smoky sweetness and its faintly sour, dry finish.

5.0% ABV; 20 IBUs; Hops: Hallertau Mittelfruh, Styrian Goldings; Malts: Pilsner, Rye, Munich, Caramunich, Chocolate

Awards and Mentions

 

Moirai India Pale Ale

Pronunciation – moi-ri

Our IPA. Citrus forward hops make this totally drinkable IPA our #1 seller both on draft in our brew pub and offsite to local restaurants and bars.

Ancient Greek mythology proclaims the destiny of each man is determined by three incarnates of fate, the Moirai. Known for their power, honor and independence, Moirai India Pale Ale is sure to allot its drinker a lively libation. Enjoy the bitter bite of these American hops grounded in a balanced malt backbone.

7.0% ABV; 70 IBUs; Hops: Chinook, Columbus, Summit, Cascade, El Dorado, Amarillo; Malts: 2 Row, Munich, Crystal

Awards and Mentions

  • Best In Show 2013 Fight Fire with Beer Governor’s Cup Beer Competition
  • Gold 2013 Fight Fire with Beer Governor’s Cup Beer Competition – IPA Category
  • Silver 2013 Denver International Beer Competition – American IPA Category

 

Sudice American Stout

Pronunciation – sud-itseh

Our “dark” beer. “American” indicating prominent hop bitterness.

As mirrored in other traditions, Slavic mythology spins the tale of the Sudice, the allotters of destiny. Described as full-bodied and determined, these three women fulfill the fate of each person. They have granted this American Stout a jet black color, strong malt roasting and a bitter, bright American citrus hop flavor.

7.0% ABV, 58 IBUs, Hops: Summit, Cascade; Malts: 2 Row, Chocolate, Crystal, Roasted Barley

Awards and Mentions

  • Silver 2014 Colorado State Fair Craft Beer Competition – Stout Category
  • Bronze 2014 Denver International Beer Competition – Dry Stout Category

 

Specialty Ales

In addition to our Core Beer we also brew a wide range of specialty ales. Here are some of the crowd favorites so far:

Laimas Coffee Kölsch

Our Gold Medal winning Laimas Kölsch Style ale infused with single origin Ethiopian cold press coffee. Light in color and big in flavor.

5.0% ABV; 20 IBUs; Hops: Millenium, Hallertau Mittelfruh; Malts: German Pilsner, Acidulated

 

Moirai Coffee IPA

We’ve all seen great dark coffee beer. We wanted to try a lighter, hoppier brew infused with rich coffee flavors. The result? Unreal. Seriously you have to try.

7.0% ABV; 70 IBUs; Hops: Chinook, Columbus, Summit, Cascade, El Dorado, Amarillo; Malts: 2 Row, Munich, Crystal

 

Tequila Barrel Aged Uror Gose

Traditional German Style wheat ale infused with coriander and sea salt. The twist. It’s had 10 weeks rest in Arta tequila barrels. The tequila-like flavors of oak and smooth agave perfectly compliment this sour mash sea salt ale. Don’t take our word for it. Here’s what some other people have said about it:

4.8% ABV; 10 IBUs; Hops: Styrian Goldings ; Malts: Wheat, Pilsner, Oats, Munich

  

Apollo Tsai

A hopped up honey wheat ale infused with Earl of Grey tea, pays tribute to music and collaboration. Created with Kyle Hollingsworth of the String Cheese Incident, this brew’s name bears the mark of the of the Greek god of poetry and music. Boulder, CO’s The Tea Spot Earl of Grey tea and local honey endow this distinctive brew soft creamsicle notes, a touch of honey sweetness and balanced American citrus hop flavors. Originally created for Kyle’s Brew Fest, this ale bring good and good flavor.

6.3% ABV; 43 IBUs; Hops: Summit, Chinook, Centennial; Malts: 2 Row, Wheat

 

Barrel Aged Atropos Imperial IPA

Atropos, the Greek FATE that cuts the thread of life, is also known for singing of things that are to be. Her namesake Imperial IPA, aged in bourbon barrels, threads the distinctively balanced, aromatic and flavorful American hops with the sugar and caramelized charred oak flavors from the bourbon barrel. Atropos’ three pounds of hops per barrel is sure to enlighten even the most joyous hop-lover.

9.6% ABV, 90 IBU, Hops: Summit, Chinook, Cascade, Eldorado; Malts: 2 Row, Crystal

 

Laimas Watermelon Kölsch Style Ale

In Baltic mythology fate is determined by three goddess sisters, the Laimas. Known to be well-balanced, refreshing and with a hint of sweetness, the Laimas Watermelon Style Ale is sure to grant its drinker a spirited journey. The golden colors, sessionable maltiness, subtle hint of nobel hops and bright watermelon finish make it the perfect warm weather partner.

5.0% ABV; 20 IBUs; Hops: Magnum, Hallertau Mittelfruh; Malts: German Pilsner, Acidulated

 

Barrel Aged Clotho Cascadian Dark Ale

In Greek mythology, Clotho the youngest of the three FATEs, was tasked with carrying the book of fate and spinning the thread of life from her spindle. Oak barrel aging this distinct dry hopped Cascadian Dark Ale weaves this unique brew with hop, malt and barrel character. Clotho laces this beer’s destiny with flavors or resinous pine, citrus, roasted malt, chocolate, spice and caramel.

6.4% ABV, 64 IBU, Hops: Cascade, Crystal, Centennial, Millenium; Malts: 2 Row, Crystal, Carafa III

 

Head Brewer Jeff Griffith