This deep brown ale is surprisingly light in body and low in alcohol. It’s dark malt character and light sweetness make it a beer that can be enjoyed all afternoon. Now East End has a beer that “non-hopheads” like Gary can call their very own.
Brown ale fermented on real raspberries from Oregon's Willamette Valley. Mildly tart.
A delicious dark lager made with German Munich malts and a generous amount of pacific NW hops for a full malt flavor, spicy hop background and a clean, crisp finish.
Many characters and historical figures used to wear a brown derby, which always meant serious business. Especially if they had a mustache. This beer is a departure from your typica...