Brewery Becker’s tap room menu offers finely crafted historic ales and lagers, made on-site, as well as non-alcoholic beverages, coffee drinks and a light food menu.
ON TAP MENU:
Updated August 6th
A Scandinavian Farmhouse ale. Bittered with Juniper, Bog Myrtle, and rounded out with a light honey sweetness and gentle smoke. A Brewery Becker favorite. 6.2%
2. Farmer’s Saison
The classic French farmhouse ale. Brewed with Rye, Wheat, and Oats. Pale and dry. 7.0%
3. NEW! Berliner Weisse
An authentic “The Champagne of the North,” a very pale, sour, and dry double decocted raw ale; wild fermented and lagered for 18 months. 12oz 3.4%
4. Re-released! Blue Spruce Stout
A sweet stout bittered with Blue Spruce in addition to hops. Smooth, easy drinking, with a hint of spruce. 5.8%
A Belgian Tripel. Originally named by the Westmalle Trappist monks of Belgium. Large, dry and somewhat spicy, with a nose of alcohol. Drinks quite easily for a beer of its size. 12oz
The traditional beer of Köln (Cologne) Germany. Very pale, light, and easy drinking. Similar in ways to a Pilsner, tho with a smaller hop profile and the ale like notes of pear or apples. 4.6%
7. Re-released! North Coaster
A 100% Michigan Cashmere and Neomexicanus hopped IPA. 6.3%
A deep amber beer, with hints of dark fruits and burnt caramels. Smooth and moderately dry. A nose of sweetness and fruit aromas finishes with an even balance. 7.4% 12oz
9. Re-released! Crannrazz
Dry, tart, and crisp; A highly drinkable Summer time beer of cranberries and raspberries. 4.8% 12 oz.
A wheat beer with coriander and orange zest. An extinct style revived by Pierre Celis in Hoegaarden, Belgium in the 1960s. 5.0% (Fact: The Copper Kettle Doors hanging on the wall here are from Pierre’s brewery in Belgium!)
11. Fruit Braggot
Historically honey was very expensive. Braggots were a way to show off your wealth, but not too much. Typically a mixture of the local beer with honey. Ours also has Cherries and Red Raspberries. Thick, alcoholic, with a residual sweetness. 5 oz. 15.3%
12. NEWer! Kentucky Common
Brewed with Dan Kukuk, winner of the Celebrity Death Mash homebrew competition. An amber balanced American classic. 5.5%
The classic wheat beer of Bavaria. Smooth and creamy with banana and clove like flavors produced by the yeast. Little bitterness. A Brewery Becker Favorite. 5.6%
14. Barley Wine
A traditional English barley wine aged for 6 months in barrels. Strong, moderate caramel notes, and a slight wine like tang yield a wonderful classic English beer 12.1% 8oz
Most drafts are $6 w/ tax; Most Growler Fills are $13 w/ tax. Sample pours are $2.50 each (with few exceptions); Get as many or as few from the list as you like!
Visit our Artisanal Beer page to learn more about growlers, kegs and browse our full list of beers we’ve made.
A mixed fermentation Framboise Lambic. Made with un-malted wheat, a traditional turbid mash, an extremely long boil, huge amount of aged hops, and a massive amount of raspberries. Barrel aged for nearly two years. Tart, Fruity, vinous, and a tad funky.
5.8% 750ml $17.00
Check out the food options! View the Bill of Fare Menu which pairs perfectly with craft beer. We also offer NON-ALCOHOL beverages, coffee drinks, ice cream bars and more.
DID YOU KNOW?
You may bring in your own bottle of wine or carry-out food from local purveyors. Ask our staff for suggestions or menus, we may have on hand. Visit our Experience page to learn more.
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