Richter’s Pils

Style: Pilsner Color: 3.4 L ABV: 6.0 IBU:  30

Style: Pilsner
Color: 3.4 L
ABV: 6.0
IBU:  30

This antique light golden pilsner won a bronze medal at the 2016 Alabama Craft Beer Championship. It is influenced by German and American traditions, much like the German immigrants that founded Cullman, Alabama in the late 1800’s. A local merchant found a hand written beer recipe in the attic of his old downtown building in Cullman. The recipe was found with other personal items of William Frederick Richter, who owned Richter’s Saloon in the late 1800’s. The mixture of English and Old German was eventually translated and resurrected, and now it is our flagship beer!
Availability: Year-round

                                                                 Goat Island Pale Ale

Style: Pale Ale Color: 7.8 L ABV: 5.2 IBU:  30

Style: Pale Ale
Color: 7.8 L
ABV: 5.2
IBU:  30

This hoppy American pale ale has a complex American hop character. Its bold flavor comes from generous portions of hops, balanced with just the right malt background. At its debut at the Blue Moose Café and Brew pub, a colorful citizen sang a song he created about the Palomino Motel, (the beer's original namesake). The beer and the song were a big hit. 
Availability: Limited Editions
 

                                                                Big Bridge IPA

Style: IPA Color: 8.5 L ABV: 6.0 IBU:  60

Style: IPA
Color: 8.5 L
ABV: 6.0
IBU:  60

The first thing you’ll notice about this beer is an intense burst of hop flavor and aroma. Although there is no fruit added to this beer you may recognize hints of citrus zest, mango and apricot. The next pleasant surprise is the absence of an overly bitter aftertaste. When you taste this beer, you’ll see why many people say it is the best IPA they have ever encountered.
Availability: Year Round

Sipsey River Red

This beer won a gold medal in the 2016 Alabama Craft Beer Championship! An amber to red ale balanced perfectly with malt and European hops. Smooth, flavorful and colorful.  The first thing you'll notice about this beer is the fragrance. It will remind you of walking through the nearby Sipsey River Wilderness area in the spring. 
Availability: Year Round

The Colonel's Fest Bier

This malty German marzen is full of Munich malt with a hint of sweet crystal malts. This is the delicious beer that sold out in minutes at the 2013 Cullman Oktoberfest. The first locally brewed beer sold in Cullman since the 1880s. Oh yeah, that beer!
Availability: Year Round