beer menu

Delivering the freshest most flavorful ales in the great “City of Thirsts”


Wildcat Wheat – An unfiltered light American Wheat beer, that has a light, sweet taste with a hint of fruitiness. The wheat adds a slightly earthy or grainy dimension to this crisp and refreshing brew.
ABV=4.5% O.G.=1.040 IBU=13

MILF-n-Honey Wheat Ale – A delicate and refreshing Honey Wheat ale, with a slight honey aroma and sweet honey flavor on top of a crisp and refreshing American Wheat Ale. This beer continues to grow in popularity!
Made with honey.
ABV=5.8% O.G.=1.055 IBU=15

Stoplight City Red – An Irish-Style Red Ale with a medium body and a dry finish. It is reddish in color and has a candy-like caramel sweetness that is balanced with the finest imported hops. A deliciously easy beer to drink!
ABV=5.7% O.G.=1.054 IBU=25

The Kokomonster –Be afraid! The Kokomonster is here! A strong ale that’s amber in color with a slightly sweet and malty flavor. It goes down smooth, but packs a powerful punch. This one weighs-in at a monstrous 8.0% ABV.
Made with Indiana honey.
ABV=8.0% O.G.=1.070 IBU=20

Moon Beam IPA – For the hopheads! A golden colored India Pale Ale, that starts with a citrus-like aroma from generous helpings of fresh hops, and the hop flavor carries right on through to the finish. A very dry but fruity and flavorful beer that will leave you wanting another!
ABV=6.6% O.G.=1.062 IBU=87

Hop Hugger IPA – This is the IPA you’ve all been waiting for! It has a silky smooth malty mouthfeel and scintillating aromas of the Citra hops you would only expect from a beer with a name like The Hop Hugger IPA. Come get you some!
ABV=7.1% O.G.=1.066 IBU=70

Cole Porter – A pleasantly roasty and smooth beer that is black in color. If you’re into bold flavors matched with outstanding drinkability, you’ll love its velvety goodness!
ABV=7.0% O.G.=1.066 IBU=30


 Blood Orange I.P.A.  Back by popular demand! We brewed a delicious I.P.A. with a hearty malt backbone, Summit and Citra hops and then aged it with juicy, blood oranges. The sweet citrus orange flavor blends well with the malt and hops to give a smooth and fruity  I.P.A. that will leave you wanting another and another…….

ABV=7.1% O.G.=1.063 IBU=86

Octoberfest  – It’s that time of the year for another of everyone’s favorites. The Octoberfest is here! This is a Bavarian-style Marzenbier which is full-bodied, rich, malty sweet copper colored beer to celebrate this years harvest. Prosit!
ABV=6.0% O.G.=1.057 IBU=25

Ramblin’ RyeA crisp pale ale made with rye malt and mosaic hops. The dry and spicy character of the rye malt blending with the fruity and flavorful Mosaic hops will dance on your tongue while wiggling it’s way to your belly.
ABV=5.6% O.G.=1.050 IBU=35

Raspberry Wheat– This light and fruity American style wheat beer comes just in time for the fall weather.. It’s pink in color with sweet-tart raspberries that   dominate your taste buds while the beer wets your whistle. Get some!
ABV=5.1% O.G.=1.043 IBU=13

Maple Monster (Seasonal)
A special beer has made it’s return. We have taken The Kokomonster and infused it with a rich maple flavor. A great combination with a delicious sandwich, burger, steak or chicken. Cheers!
ABV=8.0%         IBU=20            O.G.=1.070

how we do it

The brewing process starts with crushed malts that are mixed with hot water to steep in the Mash Tun. There the starches in the malts are converted to the right ratio of fermentable to unfermentable sugars by enzymes that naturally occur in the malted grains. The sugars dissolve in the water, and that sweet liquid, called wort, is slowly strained from the Mash Tun into the Kettle leaving the remaining body and husks of the grains behind. In the Kettle, the wort is boiled, and bittering and aromatic herbs called hops are added to achieve the right balance for a specific style of beer.

From the Kettle, the wort is then whirlpooled to separate the solids from the liquid. It is then cooled down using a counter-flow heat exchanger and transferred into a Fermentation Tank. There, the select strain of brewer’s yeast is added and all the magic starts to happen. Fermentation! When using an ale yeast, fermentation takes approximately 2-3 weeks. When using a lager yeast, fermentation takes about 4-6 weeks.

Once fermentation is complete, the beer is ready to drink. It gets transferred to a serving tank and is dispensed from the taps in our beautiful bar room for all to enjoy.


Sun – Thurs

11 am -11 pm

Friday & Saturday

11 am to Midnight


4051 S. Lafountain
Kokomo, IN 46902


765.455.BREW (2739)

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