Uncle Jackson’s Blonde Ale
Named after the legendary Koehler poster boy, this blonde ale is golden in appearance and full in body. Smooth and delicious!
~ Food Compliments: Salads, Fish, Chicken
Major McNair’s Nut Brown
In honor of Erie’s first Brewer we name this deep roasted mahogany ale. A full bodied, nutty malt taste for those who like a mouthful!
~ Food Compliments: Red Meats & Chocolate
Apparition Amber Ale
In the early 1900’s a young girl named Clara lost her life in a terrible fall down the back stairwell of the station. To this day strange things go on in that area of the building courtesy of Clara. So in honor of our resident ghost we name this traditional American style pub ale.
~ Food Compliments: Pasta, Pork, Spicy Dishes
Hopness Monster I.P.A.
This traditional British style India Pale Ale is graced with monstrous portions of three styles of hops. With a huge bite and a big hop profile, it may become a legend in its own right!
~ Food Compliments: Red Meats, Cheese, BBQ
Railway Hefe Weizen
Our take on a German style wheat beer (hefe “yeast” & weizen “wheat”), this ale is light, crisp and refreshing. Unfiltered by tradition, she is a bit cloudy with a hint of citrus.
~ Food Compliments: Salads, Seafood, Spicy Dishes
We like to switch things up a bit. That leaves you with over 25 different seasonal brews to choose from throughout the year.
Here’s some of our favorites:
“Winter White” Blueberry White Ale
Gino’s 3 Berry Wheat
Raspberry Pale Ale
Traditional & Twisted Seasonals
Jacob’s “Head Porter”
“Heart On” Chocolate Cherry Stout
Mojo’s “Rocket Red” Ale
“Mai Honey” Bock
“Big Climax” Munich Lager
The Christmas Ale
Girl Stout Cookie
"Shittersfull" Molasses Brown Ale
"Peanut Butter Cup" Chocolate Porter
"Ladder #2" Tillerman's Ale
"Tripping Billy" Double Bock
“Big Trouble” Belgian Dubbel
“Abbeycadabara” Belgian Abbey
“#3” Belgian Tripel
"4" Belgian Quad