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English Pub Ale

ABV: 4.8%

IBU: 34

A slightly dry and session-able classic English bitter with a firm, yet desirable hop character. Low alcohol and lighter carbonation make this beer extremely drinkable. Enjoy this nice toasty, bready and biscuity English ale on the lake as you chase some fish and chips or at home with friends and family. Help us ring in the New year with this classic English Ale, Cheers!

Red-Xtinguisher Pale Ale

ABV: 5.1%

IBU: 35

WBC is proud to present our collaboration with the Waconia Fire Relief Association. Low in alcohol and packed full on flavor, the Red-Xtinguisher is complex yet crushable. It brings about flavors of biscuit, light caramel with subtle malt notes. $2 of every pint sold goes straight to our neighbors across the street. Come join us in this great local fundraiser and enjoy a pint of Red-Xtinguisher!

Mo’Winta Milk Stout

ABV: 5.7%
IBU: 21

Dark, delicious, & made for winter, this smooth and creamy stout goes down easy. With low bitterness and moderate carbonation, this is an approachable ale for all beer drinkers. With the addition of milk sugar to compliment the roastiness produces a well balanced traditional english sweet stout that can be enjoyed on the coldest of Minnesota nights or taken home as an after dinner dessert beet. Prost!

Smooth Jass IPA

ABV: 6.1%
IBU: 48

This is our brewer Amy’s latest creation. Put on some Kenny G. kick up your heels and rock out to a few pints of this new-age IPA. Earthy, floral and delicate, this highly carbonated IPA is a nice change of pace thats perfect for the arrival of spring.

Flagship Brews

255 Amber Ale

Silver Medal Winner 

Best of Craft Beer 2018

Deep amber in appearance with brilliant clarity and a light carbonation lead to flavors of toasty caramel & biscuit with hints of dried cherry. The 255 Amber is a malt forward beer thats great for all seasons.
ABV: 5.8%
IBU: 28

WacTown Wheat

Winner of the 2016 US Open Beer Championship

Bronze Medal

High carbonation lends the WacTown Wheat a refreshing white head and a full body for a low ABV beer. Flavors of citrus fruits with Mandarin orange leading the charge gives this beer a clean finished with a touch of bitterness to round out the flavors.
ABV: 5.1%
IBU: 25

Carver Co. Kōlsch

Winner of the 2016 US Open Beer Championship

Gold Medal

Straw gold with brilliant clarity, the Carver County Kōlsch has a clean earthy flavor with a pronounced hop bitterness. Extended aging brings the pilsner malt to the forefront making this a very approachable beer for those new to craft beer or the seasoned veteran.
ABV: 5%
IBU: 25


This is a dangerous 7% beer with a firm bitterness and pleasant hoppiness. Centennial hops are the driving force of this IPA melding their flavors well with the toasty malt backbone that keeps the palate wanting more.
ABV: 7%
IBU: 75

Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter

2017 & 2018 Bronze Medal Winner

Best of Craft Beer Awards 2017 and 2018

An English style porter with a fun twist! Semi-sweet chocolate flavors blend nicely with peanut butter and a creamy body to create the CPBP. This beer gives off strong aromas of peanut butter with a chocolatey flavor on the palate to give a slightly sweet finish.
ABV: 6.4%
IBU: 24

Specialty Bottles

Gin Barrel Aged Honey Ale

ABV: 7.7%

IBU: 50


A light bodied honey ale brewed with local honey and Sorachi Ace hops. Aged in gin barrels to provide a hint of juniper berries, coriander and botanicals to compliment the sweetness of the honey.

Mo’Whiskey Milk Stout

ABV: 6.5%

IBU: 22


The chocolate and coffee notes of this stout balance nicely with the bourbon and charred oak flavor of the barrel. A creamy body and low ABV makes this a very drinkable barrel aged stout. Enjoy!

Imperial Blackberry Brandy Porter

ABV: 9.5%

IBU: 55


This dark, decadent robust porter is blended with local blackberry puree and aged for 8 months in J.Carver brandy barrels. At 9.5% this porter will give you complex flavors of chocolate, vanilla and blackberry with a soft bitterness from the brandy in the background.

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