We believe beer can be many things to many people. It can be a reward at the end of a long day or an accessory to a lazy summer afternoon. It can be an excuse to sit and talk with old friends or assist in the development a relationship that is new. It can even be a transcendental experience. But sometimes, it is best when, a beer is just a beer. We believe quality starts with simple ideas, good ingredients and clean execution. If you build from that foundation, it will speak for itself. From there, a beer can be anything you want it to be.
Current Tap List
The taproom always has a carefully curated mix of familiar favorites and one-off specialties. The selections change constantly, so no matter what you’re into, you’re sure to find a style you enjoy.
*Current as of 7/28/2020
CARESS ME BROWN
Brown Ale - American
ABV: 5.4% | IBU: 35
Deep mahogany in color with a tan head. Aromas of toffee, burnt sugar, and slight chocolate. Smooth balanced beer. Slightly silky.
this must be the pale
Pale Ale - American
ABV: 5.5% | IBU: 55
American Pale Ale with an orange hue and white head. Some citrus and light tropical notes in the aroma. Hopped with Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe.
flying under the radar
Single Hop Saison
ABV: 5.2% | IBU: 40
Straw-like in color with a dense white head. Earthy aromas of clove with slight barnyard notes. A very dry beer with delicate flavors of Pinot Noir grapes.
the present is a gift
pnw - ipa
ABV: 6.5% | IBU: 90
Brewed with 2-Row, Vienna, C-80, and Wheat and bittered with Galena and late kettle additions of Simcoe and Amarillo.
Rye Stout (Finnegans Collab)
ABV: 6.9% | IBU: 55
Pours opaque with brown hues to the edge of the glass. Tan head, aromas of chocolate and spicy rye notes. A smooth beer with layers of flavor. A very drinkable Stout.
mighty twerks vo.2
ABV: 5.4% | IBU: 74
Straw-like in color with a slight haze from dry hopping. Aromas of citrus, orange marmalade, and very dank. Hoppy with a dry finish.
ABV: 5% | IBU: 26
Aromas of lemon pith and slight black pepper. Finishes with more lemon notes, very smooth almost creamy texture.
New England IPA
ABV: 4.9% | IBU: 20
Pale haze in color with a pillowy head. Aromas of blueberries and white wine grapes. Soft mouthfeel and finishes dry.
sip my grits
ABV: 5.1% | IBU: 15
Very pale in color with a dense white head. Aromas of over rip fruit with a slight spiciness along with some barnyard notes. A very refreshing dry Saison.
ABV: 4.9% | IBU: 15
Pours a pale straw color with a white head, slightly bready notes followed by a clean dry finish.
Cashmere rules Everything Around Me
New England Pale Ale
ABV: 5% | IBU: 70
Aromas of cantaloupe and honey dew. Soft pillowy mouthfeel with fluffy white head
Luck of the Loons
ABV: 4.7% | IBU: 14
Brewed with Pilsner, Vienna, Wheat, and Caramunich malts. And hopped exclusively with Saaz. Golden in color with biscuity bready notes in the aroma along with some spicy notes from the Saaz hops. An easy drinking summer time crusher.
Dry hopped German-style Pilsner
ABV: 4.8% | IBU: 28
This Beer has all of the characteristics of a clean, dry, aromatic Pilsner that’s true to style. It has a nice hop aroma of Saaz, Loral, and Lemon Drop, followed by an herbal and citrus mouthfeel that finishes crisp and dry.
ABV: 5.5% | IBU: 58
Aromas of coconut, tropical fruit, banana, and some citrus. Tasting notes are soft on the palate with lots of pillowy hoppiness. Slightly sweet finish.
star spangled slammer
India Pale lager
ABV: 5.7% | IBU: 88
Maybe not quite a slammer, but definitely one you'd want a few of on the lake or around a campfire. Definitely has a nice fruity aroma and bright flavors. The mouthfeel is initially fruit forward with flavors of melon and gooseberries then is followed by a hoppy, dry finish.
ABV: 4.68% | IBU: 7
Lemon upfront with berry notes. Very tart with a dry clean finish. Light in body. As it warms you get even more berry notes. It almost tastes like pink lemonade.
Firkin and Cask Program
Did you know that Dual Citizen Brewing Company features a different firkin on our beer engine all of the time? Our cask program allows us to infuse different flavors into your favorite beers from our menu. We add fruit, hops, spices, and other adjuncts to a production beer in a special keg and allow it to naturally carbonate and absorb the flavors over a two week period. Cask beers traditionally have a slightly lower carbonation than draught beers and are served at 55℉. The combination of warmer temperature and lower carbonation allows the nuances of the flavors to fully present themselves, providing a completely unique drinking experience. Each firkin is a one of a kind creation and once it’s gone, it’s gone. Check out our list of upcoming firkins to make sure that you don’t miss out on any of these limited edition beers!
A firkin is a cask used by British brewers for delivery of cask-conditioned beer to the pub. A firkin holds a quarter of a barrel (9 Imperial gal; 10.8 US gal, 41 l). A firkin was originally coopered from wooden staves bound with iron hoops, but is now more commonly made of stainless steel or aluminum. Like all proper casks, it has a hole in one of the curved sides, to which a wooden or plastic bung (“shive”) is fitted when the cask is filled. There is a smaller hole in one of the flat ends, or “heads,” of the cask, which is also bunged. The bung is knocked out by the tap when the cask is broached. Although other sizes of cask are also used, the firkin is by far the most common.
A beer engine, also known as a hand pump, is a uniquely British dispensing device that is specifically appropriate for traditional cask-conditioned ales. The beer engine is a piston pump that allows the casks to be kept in a cooler cellar below the bar and the beer to be pulled or drawn up to the bar. Cask-conditioned beers have lower carbonation than standard beers because they are usually served at about 11°C to 14°C (approximately 52°F to 57°F). If a cask-conditioned ale were served through a standard dispensing system, the gas pressure and colder temperature would increase the carbonation of the beer, which would then lose its ideal balance of flavors.
COMING SOON…Check back.
As the seasons change, so does our taste in beers. Dual Citizen Brewing Company offers two different seasonal beer programs to keep up with changing tastes and weather patterns alike.
SEASONAL LAGER PROGRAM
Dual Citizen Brewing Company brews four different traditional lagers throughout the year. Each of our lagers is fermented for a minimum of 4 weeks before being cold-conditioned for a minimum of 8 weeks. This long process allows for the lager yeast to properly clean up the off-flavor-producing byproducts that occur during fermentation, creating a crisp, clean tasting beverage. There is no shortcut or substitution for this process and we feel that our patience and commitment to quality speaks for itself when you drink these beers. Ask your beertender about our current lager offering!
Spring – Helles Lager-Luck of the Loons
Summer – Dry-hopped Pils- Essential Industry
Summer: Hoppy American Wheat
Autumn: Fresh Hop Pale, Ryeteous Vibes
Winter: Barleywine, Winter Warmer
A rotating variety of experimental fruited sours. Check our beer list for current offerings.
Barrel Aged 750mL Bottling Program
We’re excited to announce our brand new 750ml bottle program! We will begin releasing our series of specialty and barrel-aged beer in shelf stable glass bottles. We feel that this is the perfect format for some of our rarer and special edition beers and we can’t wait to show you what we have coming down the pipeline this year as we expand our barrel program. We will be releasing the first three installments over our anniversary weekend. See below for details.
B.A. MYRTLE: Doppelbock
ABV: 11.0% / IBU: 25 / SRM: 15
Lagered 2 months in Four Roses Bourbon Barrels
QUINCY: Wine-Barrel Kettle Sour
ABV: 7.5% / IBU: 5 / SRM: 2
Aged 3 months in French Bordeaux Red Wine Barrels
QUINCY: Tequila-Barrel Kettle Sour
ABV: 9.5% / IBU: 5 / SRM: 2
Aged 2 months in tequila barrels
QUEEN: Tequila-Barrel Imperial Gose
ABV: 11% / IBU: 5 / SRM: 2
Aged 2 months in tequila barrels
(Must be purchased and off our premise by 10pm)