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OUR BEER

Award Winning Ale & Lager.

Here's What we're Currently Pouring.

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Currently on Draught

Lyons & the Loon

Oak Aged Wild Ale 7.5% ABV.

Coastal Lantern

Kölsch with Mosaic Hops 5.3% ABV.

Regent

Hoppy Red Ale 5.6% ABV.

Silver Stream

Helles Lager 4.9% ABV.

Wingra

American Pale Ale 5.5% ABV.

Skunk Sweat

IPA 7.2% ABV.

Farmhouse Saison

Classic Saison 6.3% ABV.

White Ale

Spiced Farmhouse Wit 5.5% ABV.

Just A Little Light

Belgian style Table Bier 4% ABV.

To-Go Beer Available

in Cans & Bottles

Coastal Lantern

Kölsch with Mosaic Hops 5.3% ABV.

Skunk Sweat

IPA 7.2% ABV.

Farmhouse Saison

Classic Saison 6.3% ABV.

Regent

Hoppy Red Ale 5.6% ABV.

Lyons & the Loon

Oak Aged Wild Ale 7.5% ABV.

Wingra

American Pale Ale 5.5% ABV.

Cherry Westfield

Oak Aged Saison Aged on Colorado Cherries 6.9% ABV.

Silver Stream

Helles Lager 4.9% ABV.

A BIT ABOUT
FARMHOUSE ALES

The founding inspiration behind Cellar West was to bring the same storied Farmhouse Ale tradition we fell in love with in Belgium to America. Farmhouse Ale is not any single style of beer. Originating in South Belgium (Wallonia), this family of ales was first brewed on small farms using local ingredients. Made during the winter and enjoyed by farm workers during the warmer months, these beers tended to be modest in strength but quite characterful. Farmhouse Ales are known for their effervescence, nuanced flavors, enticing yeast character, and pleasantly dry finish. Every traditional Farmhouse Ale brewer developed his or her own “house character,” just as we have at Cellar West Artisan Ales. We've long been inspired by our friends at Belgian Farmhouse breweries such as Brasserie Fantôme, Brasserie de Blaugies, & Brasserie Dupont, among others.

As the years have gone by, we've expanded our offerings with an additional focus on rustic lagers and a small collection of classically styled hoppy beers, both of which have been received to much acclaim.

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At Brasserie de Blaugies with our good friend Pierre-Alex Carlier

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