Our most popular brew! A smooth tasting German Dortmunder style lager. Brewed a little more on the malty sweeter side.
Our cream ale uses only 18% corn, which helps lighten the body and adds a subtle corn sweetness. Balanced with some mild hop flavor and aroma, with a touch of bitterness. Head Brewer Mike Knaub had this as a contract brewed beer in the mid-90s.
This IPA was first brewed back in 1993. Head Brewer Mike Knaub patterned this beer after the Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale of the mid-90s. The IPAs back then had more malt sweetness to help balance the bitter flavor, and aroma hops additions. Mike refers to this as a bittersweet IPA with caramel malt sweetness at first, followed by the bitterness and hop flavors.
This beer is local homebrewer Josh Turner’s recipe. A delicious, full flavored, and aromatic Hazy that features hop flavor and aroma over bitterness. Now a regular offering here at Starview.
This IPA was born out of Head Brewer Mike Knaub’s first attempt on the brewery system to make the Columbian Red IPA. Mike was learning the new system and ended up with a lighter, much drier and more bitter IPA than expected. Customers are about 50/50 on which they prefer, so the “accident” is now offered full time!
An English style brown porter. We use six different grains in this beer to develop a nice variety of grain flavors that blend well. Brown porters don’t usually use dark roasted malts for their flavor. English brown malt gives it a milder flavor than a robust porter.
Long Level Lager’s darker brother. A Munich Dunkel is a brown version of the classic Helles style of beer. Using light and dark Munich malts to bring a nice subtle toasted malt flavor to an easy drinking beer.
A Czech style pilsner that uses Saaz hops for a clean, crisp, slight peppery flavor in the beer. The Czech Pilsner is the original lager that was first brewed around 1841 using a cold fermenting lager yeast. This beer started the lager revolution.
A nice malty German lager that emphasizes Munich malts and a blend of other German grains. Balanced with just enough hops to keep it from being too sweet.
A crisp, dry Pale Ale that features Amarillo hops for the flavor and aroma additions. A pale ale is the original microbrew, before all the IPA craze. Enjoy this very drinkable, hoppy and delicious Pale Ale!
Alt means “old” in German. This copper colored beer originates from the town of Düsseldorf. The beer has some malt at first, followed by a nice bitterness. The beer then finishes with a slight dryness that leaves you wanting more.
German Roggen style
A classic German Wheat style beer with a good balance of banana and clove flavors that come from the strain of yeast to make a German Wheat.
Mike first brewed this beer around 1996. One of his favorite beers is an English Russian Imperial Stout brewed by Sam Smith's brewery in England. This rich malty beer was brewed for the Russian Czars back in the mid-1800s. A delicious and full-bodied beer that Mike refers to as an after dinner or dessert beer.
Enjoy this Oktoberfest style beer brewed in the German tradition.
A nod to Thomas Hardy's Ale and brewed in collaboration with the great folks at Mad Chef Craft Brewing. A tasty winter sipper with notes of toasted caramel and toffee.