Our Brews

Hopskeller Pale Mild Ale // 3.20% ABV, 15 IBU

A somewhat rare style of English beer, our Pale Mild quickly established itself as one of our most popular brews. While the style is light, easy-drinking, and low in alcohol, it has a malty complexity all its own -- owing in large part to its very complicated grain bill. As great of a start to your craft beer journey as it is one to keep coming back to!

hopskeller Raspberry Ale // 5.25% ABV, 15 IBU

Edging out the Pale Mild Ale as our most popular beer, the Raspberry Ale is a light, malt-forward American Wheat beer; with right around 90 lbs. of real raspberry puree from fruit grown in Oregon's Willamette Valley added in after fermentation, you can expect a slightly pink color to the beer, an intense raspberry aroma, and only the slightest amount of crisp tartness to round the beer out. A must try!

Hopskeller "Illinois Common" Ale // 4.20% ABV, 15 IBU

This brew takes its cues from the nearly-extinct Kentucky Common historic style of ale and adds a few unique twists, not the least of which is a water profile that brings out the best in this unusual (but deceptively drinkable) ale. Sweet, earthy, and subtle in all the right ways, try the Illinois Common on draft for a crash course on an all-American ale from the mid-to-late nineteenth century!

Hopskeller Northern Pale Ale // 4.20% ABV, 22 IBU

Our longest-time fans will remember this beer as the Mocktoberfest, with one fantastic twist: 100% of the grains used in this ale come from a generations-old family farm and maltster right outside Bend, Oregon. For a true taste of the Pacific Northwest, it doesn't get much better than this -- if you ask, we can even point you to the 1,000 acres this beer's grains come from! Toasty, earthy, bready, and sweet in a way that no large-scale malt can provide, this is a beer we're thrilled at the idea of offering year-round.

Hopskeller Northern English Brown Ale // 4.20% ABV, 32 IBU

Taking its cues from the ale historically made around the Great Northern coalfields of England, this dark beer features roasted chocolate and coffee flavors alongside deep caramel and toffee notes. Complex, approachable, and the ultimate “food beer,” this is a great introduction to darker beers that's memorable without being overly intense.

Hopskeller "Across the Pond" IPA // 6.60% ABV, 55 IBU

Rounding out the roster is a full-bodied IPA that brings together two great brewing traditions: English and American. This IPA uses English malts, American hops and attitude, and a water profile fine-tuned to look (and taste) like the water of Burton-on-Trent, the birthplace of the IPA as a style. While undoubtedly in the style of the American Northwest, this IPA goes down smooth and not overly bitter.