The People's Pilsner- Traditional Czech Style Pilsner 5.5% ABV
This beer has a delightful fresh baked bread aroma intermingled with gentle noble hop character. The Beautiful floor-malted barley we used gives this beer awesome flavor while keeping it extremely easy to drink.
JP's Meetinghouse- Brown Ale 5.5% ABV
Complex bouquet of roasty aromas accented with a hint of coffee. This beer derives it's bold and unique flavor and color from the heavy use of brown malt (or snap malt). An awesome beer on it's own and also one of our favorite for pairing with food-- from steak to bbq, to anything spicy, and beyond.
Best Day Ever IPA - Session ipa 4.75% ABV
Our session IPA will have you second guess that you are drinking a beer under 5%. Juicy aromas blend together citrus and tropical fruits. A nice smooth and light body with a gentle bitterness. This beer fits any occasion where you want all the flavor of your favorite IPA but a little lighter ABV.
Bold as love- Pacific NW Style IPA 7% ABV
We didn't hold back anywhere with this IPA, especially in the large additions of Mosaic, Amarillo and Simcoe hops in the boil and the fermenter. Its balanced body sets the perfect stage for this hoppy delicacy.
You Like 'a da juice- New England Style IPA 6.5% ABV
'You Like 'A Da Juice' is our rendition of a New England style IPA. Cloudy, lush, and extremely refreshing, it starts off with a massive punch of juicy, citrusy hops. Bold aromas of orange, tangerine, and tropical stone fruits envelope the senses, leading into a soft palate that is fruity and balanced. Very low bitterness keeps this beer extremely sessionable, allowing all of its other bold characteristics to stand out.
'Bout Damn Time iii - Imperial IPA 9% ABV
It comes and goes, but is never here soon enough. ‘Bout Damn Time is Brothers Cascadia’s seasonal IPA worth looking forward to! Lupulin soaked and never lacking, this beer is surely worth the wait. While the idea is always the same (make a ridiculously intense, hoppy, and memorable IPA) the recipe is always changing. Always drink as fresh as possible, enjoy with friends and look forward to the next one. This version of ‘Bout Damn Time uses only hop concentrates. Hop extract in the boil for bitterness, hop hash in the whirlpool and cryo hops for the dry hop.
out of the weeds - NW Style IPA 6.2% ABv
We are always looking for what’s new, especially in IPAs, but this time we are taking a step back. This beer is modeled after the IPAs that got us into the style to begin with. Bold pine and citrus aromas, a moderate body filled with classic hop character, and finished with a firm bitterness. We dusted off some old recipes and found a gem worth bringing back.
Double Star - Black IPA 7.6% ABV
Collaboration With Little Dipper Brewing Company
Another fun beer with our old friends at Little Dipper Brewing Co. (Northwood Public House and Brewery). This beer boasts a floral and piney aroma that leads you into a fruity palate with a hint of roast. A fun new brew that brings dark beer drinkers and hop heads together.
Imperfectly perfect - Pinapple pale ale 7.6% ABV
Collaboration With Imperfect produce
“Don’t judge a book by its cover”, a mantra that Imperfect Produce has applied to their awesome business. They take the delicious and incredible crops that farmers are growing, but are just a little too “ugly” and sell it to people for 30%-50% less than grocery stores. To help drive the point that “ugly” produce is delicious, we brewed a pale ale and used 200 lbs of “imperfect” pineapples. The results is a mouthwatering, tropical libation. Denali hops help accentuate the pineapple and drive the fruity aroma. Imperfection is not only beautiful, but also delicious!
out of the haze - NW Style ipa 6.5% ABV
Collaboration with Backwoods Brewing Company
* Four packs of 16oz cans available at the taproom
Seasonal rotating cider(s)
Rambling Route - Apple Cider
Elemental - Blood Orange Cider
Cider in 12 oz Cans
Jester & Judge - Pineapple Cider
Jester & Judge - Blackberry Cider
Tieton Ciderworks - Apricot Cider
Here at BCb, we never want to lose focus on creating the best beer that we can, so we made the decision to forgo a kitchen for a partnership with our friends at hazel dell commons.
Look for a steady diet of delicious grub; food carts that we dig and that we feel go well with our handcrafted beer. the schedule below is for our more regular carts; Click here to check out the hazel dell commons site for special events and special guests. Cheers!