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Melted cheddar and bleu cheeses topped with bacon, green onion, and house beer buffalo sauce.
Served with chili buttermilk dipping sauce.
Tossed in house beer buffalo sauce. Served with pickled crudité and rosemary bleu cheese dressing.
Smoked chicken, BBQ sauce, melted aged Tillamook cheddar, chili cream, guacamole and smoked tomato salsa.
Sweet salad, roasted corn, black eyed peas, fried blue corn tortillas, smoked red onions, tomatoes, Tillamook cheddar, and cilantro. Tossed with a chili buttermilk dressing.
Smoked feta, arugula, orange segments, and almonds. Tossed with a toasted cumin vinaigrette.
Smoked ham, turkey, applewood-smoked bacon, Swiss cheese, bleu cheese, hard boiled eggs and avocado, mixed with romaine lettuce.
North Carolina style, dipped in our red wine vinegar BBQ sauce and topped with coleslaw. Served on a pretzel bun.
Cold smoked ground chuck patty, shredded lettuce, house BBQ glaze, 1000 Island dressing, beer onions, bread & butter pickles, and green tomato. Served on a potato roll. Choice of cheese.
Fresh ground American Bison simmered in a spicy beer-infused sloppy joe sauce with fried sage and pickled onions on a potato roll.
Slow smoked, with sweet and spicy BBQ sauce, smoked red onions, and bread & butter pickles. Served on a toasted potato roll.
Smoked tri-tip pastrami with rye pickled green tomato, Beachwood beer mustard, braised red cabbage and apples, 1000 Island, and Swiss cheese. Served on sliced rye bread.
Smoked fresh mozzarella, basil, mixed field greens, balsamic and Tabasco vinaigrette. Served on a potato roll.
1/4 SMOKED CHICKEN, 3 BABY BACK RIBS, 3oz PULLED PORK & 3oz SLICED BRISKET
Served with baked navy beans, tangy coleslaw, smoked cheddar cornbread muffin, and honey butter.
Cold smoked and beer battered Cod; served with jalapeño lemon tartar sauce and steak fries.
Served with cheddar cheese, sour cream, green onions, and a smoked cheddar cornbread muffin.
The Fizzical series is our introduction to brewing hard seltzer at Beachwood. It is a clean, crisp and refreshing beverage with lively carbonation and extremely low residual sugar, and it's gluten free! Fizzical Strawberry Lemonade is flavored with natural strawberry and lemon extracts.
A traditional American blonde ale brewed with American 2-row malt and imported German hops. Delicately hopped, light in body, and very refreshing with a clean finish.
Gold Medal winner at 2013 Great American Beer Festival® in Golden or Blonde Ale category.
Winner of 2012 World Beer Cup® Gold Award in Blonde or Golden Ale category.
Silver award at 2012 San Diego International Beer Competition.
Hef Leppard is a traditional Bavarian-style weizen with its roots in strong German brewing traditions. A base of German wheat, pilsner, and Munich malts, give this beer a soft and wheaty foundation. Fermented with our favorite Bavarian yeast, delicate aromas of clove combine with floral German hops to round out this delicately refreshing beer.
We had the honor of being selected to participate in this year's "Ales For ALS" campaign along with a handful of other breweries across the country. Hopular Mechanics is a flavorful and aromatic West Coast-Style India Pale Ale brewed with a custom blend of all experimental hops varieties. A portion of every pint sold will be donated to the ALS Therapy Development Institute. Raise a pint to this inspiring campaign for a cure!
"James" is a soulful and well-hopped American brown ale. A base of American 2-row malt is layered with British caramel and chocolate malts, creating a complex maltiness that leads into a toasted chocolate finish. Chinook, Columbus, Centennial, and Cascade hops provide a citrusy balance, while a silky mouthfeel rounds out the show. Hey! Bronze Award at 2012 San Diego International Beer Competition
An American red ale brewed with American 2-row malt, a hefty helping of British caramel malt, and a smidgen of pale chocolate malt. Knucklehead Red has a great caramel malt profile that's perfectly balanced by Columbus, Centennial, and Cascade hops.
Bronze Award at 2012 San Diego International Beer Competition
To Be Fair... is an American Pale Ale brewed with Golden Promise and Flaked Barley. Featuring Mosaic, Simcoe, Chinook and El Dorado, this beer is pure wheel, snipe, celly off a straight Bardownski of loquat, sweet orange zest and light biscuit dangles. Now don't be a Degen and go starting a Donnybrook to get one, but this pale does pair perfectly with a Gus'n'Bru.
A base of German pilsner malt creates a light crackery base for this Belgian-style strong golden ale. The finish is dry and refreshing with lively carbonation. Our favorite Belgian yeast strain imparts fresh fruit flavors and aromas with accents of juicy pears. Floral and spicy hop notes from Slovenian and Czech varieties punctuate the finish. This beer will fill your glass in a big, strong, and confident way.
Chaos is a Friend of Mine is a beer brewed in the pursuit of mimicking the flavors and aromas of a Belgian Lambic. We begin with a traditional grain bill composed of pilsner malt and raw wheat, which is then boiled for an extended amount of time with aged hops. The wort is then fermented and aged in neutral French oak barrels with our diverse house culture. The chaos from the many different organisms and countless different strains competing for dominance takes off, and after 9 - 14 months in the barrel, we introduce the power of blending to bring order back, ultimately creating a beer that's greater than the sum of its parts. Funk takes center stage in this brew, with notes of barnyard, stone fruit, and aged hops. A balanced and clean acidity make this beer tart, yet extremely palatable, with a full body and crisp dry finish.
Come in Grape, Your Time is Up' is a seasonal series based around the grape harvest. In fall we collaborate with various wineries to create beers that blur the lines between wine and beer. We first created a blend of one year old lambic-inspired base beer, then let that beer sit on whole grapes for 8 weeks to go through a secondary fermentation. This golden beer has sweet perfumy and floral aromas reminiscent of a dessert wine. The flavor is tart and crisp with some tannic and oak qualities, finishing fairly dry with a lingering fruitiness.
Inspired by the unique flavors of Mexican candy, Dia de Los Mangos is a blend of one year old barrels aged on mango and tamarind for 8 weeks and infused with Ancho, Aleppo, Aji Amarillo, Guajillo, and Habanero Chili. Aromatics of chili dominate while mango and funk ethereally float through your olfactory. Tropical fruit flavors follow backed by a solid lactic acidity, finishing spicy while staying pleasantly drinkable. A unique beer to say the least.
Floating in Space starts out as a blend of one year old lambic-inspired beer. It combines a hefty dose (3 lbs per gallon) of fresh locally grown Nectarines from Sunny Cal Farms and a dry hop with Mandarina Bavaria hops. Luscious fruity aromas abound, with the citrus character from the Mandarina taking center stage. Bright and juicy stone fruit flavors follow as the nectarines take your palate on a wild ride of sour, sweet, and just a touch of bitter. A crisp finish leaves you wanting another sip and another chance to figure out all the flavors in this beer.
Raspberry is one of the quinticessial fruits used in traditional sour beer. It’s bright aroma and juicy flavor hold up amazing well, and translate seamlessly into beer. ‘Framboise’ is our take on the traditional style, blended from one year old lambic-inspired barrels and combined with a mix of frozen red raspberries at a rate of 2 lbs per gallon. The beer pours a deep red color, bright and brilliant, with effervescent carbonation. Aromas of fresh raspberries overwhelm the senses followed by juicy, tart, and funky flavors that exist in perfect balance.
Belgian-Style Sour Ale Aged in gin barrels. One year lambic-inspired beer was put to rest in French oak wine barrels that previously held late harvest Semillon wine followed by Blinking Owl gin for a duration. We received these amazing barrels and selected two lambic-inspired barrels that contained beer with balanced profiles of funk, acidity and fruitiness to ensure that the gin and barrel character could be well integrated. We aged our beer in these barrels for around six months before extracting character we wanted out of them before bottling. We’ve never seen a beer change so much during conditioning and go through so many phases over nearly a year but surely has been worth it and created a unique beer full of flavor and texture. The nose is candied lemon peel, lavender, rosemary and undertones of golden raisins and funk. Upfront on the palate is the botanical gin notes and lemon zest that leads into the mid palate of white wine, sweet apples and pear. The beer finishes with classic lambic-inspired funk, dried apricot, oak tannins, light acidity that fades into a clean finish and a touch of warmth.
This blend is an expression of both Beachwood Blendery’s and Horus Aged Ales cultures. A single batch of 6 oak barrels of lambic-inspired base were fermented and aged in barrels for two years before being blended. The extended aging created amazing nuance in all aspects giving this beer amazing flavors, aromas and textures reminiscent of the gueuze beers that inspired it.
This blend is made up of some of the best barrels found in our Blendery. A portion of the blend was racked on to 600 lbs of rhubarb for 24 hours; this shorter extraction time ensured that we got the best rhubarb flavor without pulling out much of the unwanted vegetal character. The beer was then blended together with a barrel of apricot beer and re-fermented for a month before packaging. The lambic-inspired base is at the forefront with earthy funky notes with floral apricot character intertwined with tart rustic rhubarb. In the flavor the rhubarb appears first with its distinct tart crispness fading into pleasant stone fruit notes with a light acidity that finishes with amazing complexity from the lambic-inspired base.
This is our second collaboration blend with Garage Project, some of the nicest and most creative and inspiring people in the industry. This time around Dave Bell their head brewer came by to do spontaneous brew with us in February 2018. Garage Project had been playing around with the idea of using fruit and the microbes found on them to create beers, we were intrigued by this to say the least. With that idea in place we decided to brew a batch into the coolship first, let the wort cool overnight and add a small splash of loquats to each barrel and let things happen. After two years Dave was able to swing by on his trip across the states and taste the barrels from that batch. Out of the six we selected two of them that stood out as being special and unique from the others and decided to package them together as they were. This is a beer you want to drink slowly and spend some time with it as you’ll notice it open up as it warms bringing out a wild array of different aromas. Upfront aromas are lemon and orange peel, melon and funk shifting into aromas of mint, honeydew melon, guava and light sage. The flavor is dried apricots, melon, lemon, oak and funky lambic-inspired flavors with mild acidity, oak tannins and a long lasting stone fruit finish.
This beer takes inspiration from Umeboshi which is often translated into English as 'Japanese salt plums'. Distinct bright fruitiness and our house funk dominate the aromatics followed by flavors of juicy plum and melon. Mouth watering acidity is rounded out by the sea salt and finishes dry with a aftertaste reminiscent of sweet tarts.