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Village Blonde

American Blonde. A great lawnmower beer for the hooplehead in all of us.

4.8% ABV/18 IBU

Coffee Vanilla Blonde

OMG! That cute, little Blonde from the Village is a lot more fun when she is hanging with her BFFs: Coffee and Vanilla. Now, it’s a party!
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4.8% ABV/18 IBU

Auggie’s Garden Glo

A citrusy summer wheat brewed with orange and lemon peels along with coriander. This beer pays homage to Dick Therrien’s favorite dive bar on the East side of Flint. Whether it was stopping to meet Uncle Dave for a cold PBR, dropping off John Drinkwine on a rain day, or just stopping in to see if Gypsy Jack was sitting naked at a barstool.

5.1% ABV/20 IBU

Lake Ann Amber

American Amber. Copper colored, slightly toasty with hints of caramel made with locally grown hops: Magnum, Cascade and Fuggles.

5.3% ABV/25 IBU

Doc Shilliday’s Cream Stout

American Cream Stout. Nice, chocolaty, brewed with milk sugar. Named after Lake Ann’s first physician WM. J Shilliday, that served Lake Ann for 26 years. One of the Must-Sip Northern Michigan Dark Beers by MyNorth.com

5.2% ABV/22 IBU

Chocolate Orange Cream Stout

American Cream Stout. Nice, chocolaty, brewed with milk sugar with the additional flavors of chocolate and orange. A great, flavorful take on our Cream Stout.

5.2% ABV/22 IBU

Ensconced Oatmeal Stout

A dry stout with a “draped in velvet” mouth feel. Give this roasted malt brew a reason to order another or bring some home in a howler or growler.

6.0% ABV/32 IBU

Platte River Porter

A classic, rich Brown Porter.
Perfectly balanced and very drinkable. Just like you when canoeing the Platte.

5.3% ABV/22 IBU

Jungle Fungus IPA

A light bodied session IPA featuring Mosaic and Simcoe hops. Citrus flavor notes. When I was a kid, a neighbor used to push mow his lawn with bare feet. He used to pay me a quarter for every pint of acorns I picked up underneath his oak tree because the acorns hurt his feet. My mom told me he didn’t like wearing shoes because he had jungle fungus.

5.3% ABV/44 IBU

The Conway New England IPA

This one exhausted all of our resources and skills to create, what we think, is an exceptional New England IPA. Brian “Conway” Pugh spent months perfecting the recipe so we could share it with you. Hazy and bursting with juicy hop fruit flavor. Consider this a gateway IPA for the non IPA drinkers of the world.

6.7% ABV/50 IBU

That Thing That Happened IPA

American IPA. Sometimes, something happens and the mere repeating of it brings great pain and anguish. That is what happened the first time we brewed this beer. It was obvious as we brewed the batch again the name would reflect that situation, but we will never talk about the situation again. Brewed with Citra and Amarillo hops.

6.2% ABV/56 IBU

Hard Seltzer

Margarita

Let this seltzer take you mentally on a trip to a warmer climate. This batch of hard seltzer is created with lime, lemon, and hint of salt.

5.0% ABV

Ciders

Alumni

A medium-dry blend of Greening, Spartan and McIntosh apples. Go Green!

6.0% ABV

Cinnamon Twist

We blended cinnamon spices with a medium-dry hard apple cider to create our “twist” on the classic flavor combination of apples and cinnamon.

6.0% ABV

Mackintosh

This cider is mostly McIntosh apples, which account for it’s distinctly McIntosh flavor. Its flavor profile is rounded out with Rhode Island Greening and Northern Spy apples for tartness.

4.5% ABV

Cherry Berry

A blend of McIntosh, Yellow Delicious and Ida Red apples flavored with strawberries, tart cherries, sweet cherries and blueberries.

6.0% ABV

RIP Taylor

1/2 Alumni, 1/2 Exerciser

Meads

Exerciser

A fermented beverage made with apple cider and honey is a sweet blend of local spy apples, star thistle honey and maple syrup rounded out with just the right amount of cinnamon. Think apple pie in a glass.

6.0% ABV

Habanero Mango Cyser

A draft mead made with a mix of mango, habanero pepper, honey and apple flavors.

6.9% ABV

Wine

Chair Side Chardonnay

A dry chardonnay with flavors of pear and citrus fruits to enjoy no matter what type of chair you are seated in.

11.0% ABV

Lakeside Red

A dry, oak aged Cabernet Franc red wine with hints of cherry, currant and plum. Served chilled.

12% ABV

Patio Pet Policy

We have allowed well behaved pets on the patio for several years now. Mostly to allow travelers to bring pets out of the car while enjoying a drink. We have had a large up tick of pets this summer which has added to an already chaotic summer of rules and regulations put upon us. Going forward, we ask that you only bring a pet if it is absolutely necessary, as we don’t want to have to make more rules.

Thanks, Matt