Beers On Tap

Monday, September 22

Head Brewer: Chad Rieker
Assistant Brewer: Mike Ross

On Tap »

Cowabunga Porter

OG: 1.065   Color: 30   IBU: 35   ABV: 6.4%
Our Pig Iron Porter recipe brewed to a higher strength and brewed with chocolate and aged on toasted coconut and vanilla beans. Served on Nitrogen


OG: 1.072   Color: 4   IBU: 33   ABV: 7.0%
Our tribute to our friends at Russian River Brewing, Exaltation is a Tripel with a pepper and spice character in the aroma and flavor with a complex, yet balanced finish.


OG: 1.044   Color: 3   IBU: 12   ABV: 4.2%
Traditional, unfiltered Bavarian wheat beer. A light and effervescent thirst quencher. Starts with a refreshing tanginess. Finishes with a distinct yeast character of bananas and cloves.

Iron Hill Light Lager

OG: 1.038   Color: 1.8 L   IBU: 10   ABV: 4.0%
Our lightest beer. Brewed to give a crisp, clean, refreshing taste with very subtle malt and hop flavor.

Ironbound Ale

OG: 1.050   Color: 8 L   IBU: 30   ABV: 5.1%
Brewed as a medium-bodied American pale ale with significant hop additions. This celebration of American hop varieties includes Cascade, Columbus, Centennial and Chinook hops.
2005 GABF Bronze medal winner

Legally Blonde

OG: 1.050   Color: 4   IBU: 21   ABV: 5.0%
A light-bodied, straw-colored ale. This partially filtered brew has a bready malt character with subtle notes of Amarillo hops in the aroma.

Munich Helles

OG: 1.046   Color: 4   IBU: 25   ABV: 5.0%
A classic, bright German lager with a rich bready character courtesy of Munich malt.

Nor'Easter IPA

OG: 1.070   Color: 10   IBU: 65   ABV: 6.8%
Medium bodied copper-colored East Coast IPA showcasing piney/floral Horizon hops

Pig Iron Porter

OG: 1.057   Color: 23 L   IBU: 37   ABV: 5.4%
A classic porter, dark and full of roasted malt flavor. Chocolate notes are well balanced by a slight bitterness.
2002 GABF Bronze medal winner

2010 GABF Gold medal winner

Pumpkin Ale

OG: 1.055   Color: 18   IBU: 30   ABV: 5.5%
Medium-bodied copper ale, malty sweet with a balancing bitterness. Spiced with traditional pumpkin pie spices and vanilla instead of finishing hops.

Raspberry Wheat

OG: 1.038   Color: 3.5   IBU: 20   ABV: 4.1%
A pale, filtered American wheat beer brewed with a touch of natural raspberry flavor.


OG: 1.062   Color: 13   IBU: 28   ABV: 6.2%
A traditional German festival beer brewed with 50% malt smoked over Beechwood chips that impart a subtle smoke flavor and aroma that compliments this beers malt character
2012 GABF Silver in Smoke Beer category

Vienna Red Lager

OG: 1.046   Color: 11   IBU: 22   ABV: 4.4%
A European amber lager, medium-bodied with a delicate malt aroma, slight sweetness and a clean, crisp finish.
1999, 2011 GABF Bronze Medal Winner
2008 GABF Gold Medal Winner
2008 World Beer Cup Silver Medal Winner

Upcoming Releases »

Fe 10 - 09.23.14

OG: 1.096   Color: 25   IBU: 27   ABV: 10.5%
A truly full-bodied beer. Rich, dark, malty and very complex. Belgian Abbey yeast, dark candi sugar and a huge assortment of specialty malts provide layers of complex aromas and flavors.

Sayonara IPA - 09.23.14

OG: 1.068   Color: 3   IBU: 65   ABV: 7.0%
The last beer brewed by Paul Rutherford in Lancaster, this West Coast IPA has a big hop presence with a bracingly dry finish from the use of rice syrup.

Oktoberfest - 09.25.14

OG: 1.063   Color: 7   IBU: 26   ABV: 5.8%
Traditional German festival beer, this medium bodied lager has a wonderful sweet ,malty and bready aroma and a firm malt flavor, balanced with mild bitterness and a clean dry finish.

Harvest Saison - 09.30.14

OG: 1.049   Color: 7   IBU: 35   ABV: 6.0%
An autumn-colored farmhouse ale with a pronounced fruit and spice character and an earthy-dry finish from the use of rye.

Great Pumpkin Stout - 10.03.14

OG: 1.090   Color: 40   IBU: 65   ABV: 9.1%
A rich, chocolaty stout brewed with pumpkin and brown sugar and a healthy dose of vanilla and pumpkin spice.

Fresh Events »

Lancaster – Prost

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Noon. Oktoberfest Celebration

Note: Beer availability and release dates are subject to change.