Patersbier - Based on the beer the famous monk brewers of Belgium brew and keep for themselves, Allerton Ale is a light and refreshing brew.
Cream Ale - Similar to a light American lager, Allerton Ultra is light in both flavor and body. Our take on the American classic uses a Belgian yeast to add enough character to please.
Hefeweizen - A little darker than your typical Hefeweizen, Marshall D's is sure to please with its prominent esters typical of the German beer it's named after.
American IPA - The blend of Simcoe and Centennial hops provide a flavor profile any IPA fan is sure to enjoy, the citrus of the Centennial is well balanced by the woodsy notes of the Simcoe.
Named after Allerton's sire, this Irish Red has a rich and smooth malt character that is well balanced with two hops additions.
Allerton set quite a few records in his day, and the most famous Irish Stout in the world keeps track of world records.
Our Oktoberfest has strong malt character balanced by the addition of noble hops.
This Scottish derived beer has generous addition of mulling spices to really bring out the Christmas cheer.
A pale well balanced, smooth German style lager that is slightly stronger than the average beer. Colonel Lake is the gentleman who sold land to Charlie Williams, and it became Rush Park.
Named after the mother of our favorite race horse, Gussie Wilkes is a malt forward beer made with 100% British malt.
Oatmeal and maple syrup are added to Square Nail Brown to balance the roasted notes from the malt bill. The name comes from the square nails used to hold our floor in place.
Amber Ale with strong malt character and American hops. Named after Harry E. Hopper from Indianola, IA who owned Allerton after his racing career ended
Historic British beer style from Burton-Upon-Trent, it almost disappeared from existence when Burton brewers started to make IPAs. Named after one of the old Independence breweries.
Despite bitter being in the name, an ESB is not a bitter beer. Captain Lee ESB is loaded with malt flavor and balanced by a subtle hop bitterness. Named after the first mayor of Independence.
Nelson Sauvin, Citra and Mosaic hops. Need we say more? You'll be dreaming of this beer, just like we're sure Allerton dreamed of hay.
NEIPA made with locally grown Mackinac hops from Cedar Falls Hops Co.
Hints of coconut and pineapple give you a tropical feel in this new NEIPA.
Christian Seeland was one of the first brewery owners in Independence. This pre-prohibition porter uses flaked corn and molasses to give tribute to the days of Seeland's brewery.
Traditional American stout with a prominent roast character and smooth mouthfeel.
Sweet stout showcasing lactose from Independence's own Wapsie Valley Creamery. Has a prominent roast character from the malt bill and smooth mouthfeel from the addition of lactose.
Belgian Quadrupel aged for a year. Very complex flavor profile from the addition of Belgian Candy Syrup.
Malt from Cascade, Iowa provides a unique Iowa terroir to this classic German style lager. Very rich malt profile dominates the flavor with very little perceivable hop or yeast character.
Double IPA boasting a bold bitterness using Warrior, Chinook, Columbus, Simcoe, and Centennial hops. This beer gets its name from the Rush Park kite-shaped track, one of the fastest tracks in the world at its inception.