Lavender Lemonade // Sparkling Hard Seltzer
We’ve got some Hard Lemonade for sale, ! And look at that color! That beautiful, natural color comes from the use of lots of lavender that Mitch spent like a million years making, with the biggest batch of lavender tea that I’ve ever seen! He then blended it in at perfection-like levels with our lemonade-style seltzer. Mitch has spent the last 8 months working on this little project, (not like all the time, but here and there) and we’re pretty pumped on the results! It drinks pretty balanced, with the acidity and sweetness hitting at just the right level, and then a soft tannic hit of dryness from the lavender. Enjoy straight out of the can, or pour over ice. Also legit with a dram of Old Tom Gin.
Gin & Tonic-Style Seltzer
A Gin & Tonic-style Hard Seltzer!
A fun project that we’ve been working on in the background for the last few months. The goal was to make a Hard Seltzer that tastes just like a real Gin & Tonic. After so many side by side tests, tweaks, and endless drinking, we’re proud to present to you…Tenacious Tonic! Modeled after a stronger, contemporary-style G&T, we brought together juniper, quinine, lemon, lime, plenty of rose water, some cane sugar, and of course a few secrets (shhhhhhhhh), to deliver the right balance of sweetness, acidity, and bitterness to hit that drinking experience just right. We lovingly packaged it in 12oz cans, for you and your favorite pally to split. That’s right! There are 2 servings per can! Oh, and unless you normally drink a G&T neat, we highly recommend pouring it over ice! Now serving on draft at both spots
Our version of Kölsch uses German grown barley and hops, and a super clean German lager yeast to make this crusher. To finish it off, we did the unthinkable, and filtered this thing to excellent brightness and smoothness. Funny enough, it’s the first beer that we have ever filtered at Green Cheek! The result? Brilliantly clear, with a solid head of white foam to match. Lighter in body than our Helles, with a very clean and firm bitterness. The finish is drying and crisp, with drinkability maxed out to new heights. Very proud of this one.
Buy the Peaks, Sell the Valley's
Dark Czech-Style Lager
A Dark Czech-style Lager, 4.5% abv
As the weather dips down a bit, we find ourselves reaching for something a lil darker. So we went with something sessionable, that has that undeniable moreish quality that leaves you asking for another. This one hits with fun layers of turbinado sugar, Assam black tea, and toasted walnut.
Hey, Everything's Fine
Hoppy Pilsner w/ Mosaic & El Dorado
Earth To Pally
Hazy Pale Ale w/ Citra, Galaxy, & Talus
Hazy Pale Ale w/ Citra, Galaxy, & Talus 5.8% ABV
This one rips with juicy vibes of ripe cantaloupe and orange fruit stripe. The old fashioned oats lend a velvety body, with the higher carbonation level keeping drinkability in a rad spot. Super pale and fruit forward.
West Coast IPA w/ Mosaic
Member when your beer was clear? Member when it was bitter? Member when you didn’t have to ask if it was West Coast or Hazy? This beer is that beer. All Canadian barley and dry hopped with 100% Mosaic. You member?
No Mistakes Never
Hazy IPA w/ Citra, Mosaic, & Nelson
Hazy IPA w/ Citra, Mosaic, & Nelson
Some people like to sit on their cans of hazy ipa’s for about a month before they drink them, cause it helps get rid of the green hop bite that lingers in the finish. So for this batch, we lagered it in a stainless tank for 7 weeks, to help smooth it out, and we feel like we might really be on to something! Full bodied, and almost creamy, this one hits with juicy layers of kerns nectar mango, fresh lychee and upside down cake.
DDH Hazy DIPA w/ Strata & Mosaic
A DDH Hazy DIPA w/ Strata & Mosaic, 8.9% abv
Are we allowed to have fun yet? Well, we think so! So here's the thing thing you actually wanted. It's super pale in color, with a roller coaster ride of hoppy aroma and flavor, that hit's with layer of jelly bellies (the pear one), white airheads, and Oro Blanco juice.
IPA - Milkshake
Brewed with lots and lots of milk sugar to create a creamy, full bodied beer, hopped like crazy with Citra hops and then soaked on toasted coconut shreds, it's a Coconut Milkshake IPA!
Foeder Aged Old School White Ale
Foeder Aged Old School White Ale 5.2%
After 10 months in our Foeder, and 7 months naturally conditioning to develop funk and tiny bubbles, this mixed culture, non-spiced white ale is ready to drink! The oak brings in the vanilla, and oatmeal cookies, while the mixed culture brings out a fresh, aromatic orange character with just the smallest hit of acidity. Dry, quaffable, and so much fun to drink!
Michi After Dark*
For Those Who Know
Fresh Brewed Iced Tea
Loose Leaf Indian Black Tea