At River Time, all of our beers are small batches, crafted with love by Neil. We only produce beer in 3-6 bbl batches. That said, we keep a large variety of beers on tap at all times, with only a few guest taps in the rotation. If you aren’t into beer, we often (ok, always) have a few Ciders on tap, as well as Ellersick Brewing (Big E’s) Rootbeer.
Below you will find a list of our beers that are almost always on tap. These are the heavy hitters that you can expect to see in some form when you visit us at the brewery. These are roughly presented in the order from lighter, to darker.
American Blond Ale made with Kolsch yeast and Jalapeños, this beer lives up to its name. It’s dry hopped with fresh Jalapeños, giving it a little bit of heat at the end and a beautiful fresh pepper aroma. Generally not too hot, but heat varies based on peppers.
American Blond Ale made with Kolsch yeast. It’s a single hop, lighter beer, with a great flavor that can be enjoyed all day long!
The Hammer is a Tropical IPA (India Pale Ale). It has a light body, and great tropical hop notes – no additives. This is not your typical Northwest IPA; it is refreshingly hoppy without killing your tastebuds. This beer was named after our town doctor and founder club member: Dr. Gary Schillhammer, MD.
Another Red Headed Stranger
An Irish Red beer; dark, smooth and easy to drink. This beer will engage all of your pallet and leave you happily satisfied with its mix of malt and hops.
This Washington Beer Award-winning Scottish Ale was proclaimed the “Life Changer” after Troy had his first sip. A deliciously smooth Scottish Ale which never gets old. As the kegs age, the beer’s profile develops to keep things interesting.
A “Robust” Porter, it is dark and full-bodied with a hint of sweetness but not too heavy on the pallet.
Troy made this excellent Oatmeal Stout, and frankly, we couldn’t come up with a better name for it (or maybe we could, but were too busy drinking it to do so?). It is lighter in body than your average stout, which makes it a bit more drinkable. The oatmeal addition give that smooth, almost silky feeling when you drink it.
Here you can find a list of our beers that we make from time to time. If you are craving one of these from times past, you’d better hit us up to see if it’s currently on tap. If you see a seasonal beer on tap, we advise getting it as they are always a limited run.
This delightfully fruity beer is one of the first beers created with the help of our new assistant brewer, Taylor. It is a version of the Wheet Wheet, with the addition of real raspberry extract.
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The Last Lager
This Pilsner is a true lager (bottom-fermenting yeast). It’s a light beer, that isn’t light on flavor. There are hints of fruit from the esters in this beer. This is a refreshing beer, and just in time for summer when it appears.
This Pilsner is a nice light easy-drinking beer. Extremely refreshing on those hot days in Darrington.
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