FOGGY LOGGY LAGER
A smooth, malty, lager styled after the first beer brewed celebrating Prince Ludwig’s marriage to Princess Theresa of Saxony in 1810. The celebration of their wedding continued every year after and became our modern day Oktoberfest.
DON’T PANIC ENGLISH PALE ALE
Classic English style pale ale, medium bodied, lightly hopped to provide a slight citrus note to the finish of a malty start.
QUEEN MUM INDIA PALE ALE
IPA’s were born out of necessity, while England was colonizing India. The long trip to India found the troops with spoiled beer. Brewing a beer with higher alcohol, and hop contents aided in preserving the beer, making all the troops happy on their long voyage. Our IPA is true to style using all English grains, and hops, providing a full bodied beer, with a strong hop finish.
8TH ANNIVERSARY ALE
A mild American Pale Ale made with over 40 poiunds of fresh, “wet” hops, picked just a few hours prior to use in Chesterton and Valparaiso Indiana, and Three Oaks, Michigan. The wet hops add a nice residual citrus finish to a clean, crisp ale.
SESH WHEAT ALE
Extremely refreshing American style wheat ale, made with over 30% wheat, and all Amarillo hops for a slight citrus finish. Celebrate the season, with this great “session” beer.
BENNY’S AMERICAN PALE ALE
Winner of the 2012 World Beer Cup Bronze Medal, this classic West coast style pale ale, using hops grown in the Pacific Northwest, and barley grown in the Midwest. The balance on this pale ale starts to lean towards the hops, with a citrus finish.
Rye ale made from seven distinct malts including four different types of rye. Healthy amounts of Centennial and Perle hops intermingle through an abundant amount of malt with a beautiful red hue from a healthy dose of crystal rye.
SUM NUG INDIA PALE ALE
Summit and Nugget hops make a great combination in this American style IPA. Super hoppy from start to finish with a huge malt backbone made this beer an instant favorite at the Shoreline.
REGION RAT RED ALE
A medium bodied malty ale, with a rich amber hue, balanced nicely with cascade hops.
BELTAINE SCOTTISH ALE
The 2006 and 2008 World Beer Cup competition resulted in Silver Medals for our Scottish Ale. The number one selling beer at Shoreline, Beltaine celebrates the start of spring each year on May 1st. In Scotland, participants of the pagan festival typically run around communal fires naked and take home some of the fire to their hearths. A rich amber color and hints of caramel, make this beer extremely easy drinking.
SAMUAL JACKSONS BLACK IPA
Six different types of malt combined with Galena, Pearle, and Columbus hops. A dark, strong, ale with large amounts of hops added during the boil as well as after fermentation. Some compare it to a chocolate covered hop.
A hop forward ale made with seven malts to produce a nice copper color.
BATCH 200 BLACK IPA
Our commemorative 200th Brew! Six different types of malt combined with Galena, Pearle, and Columbus hops. A dark, strong, ale with large amounts of hops added during the boil as well as after fermentation. Some compare it to a chocolate covered hop.
A German-Style Munich-Dunkel. An easy drinking dark wheat with a subtle nuttiness from red and chocolate wheat.
This tasty beer is a colaboration wit!h our friends from Crown Brewing. Brewed using Coriander, Lemon Grass, and Hemp Seeds. It’s our Red, Wit & Brew!
BATCH 500 BALTIC PORTER
A dark, robust and sweet lager. It has hints of alcohol warmth with flavors of dark fruits and roasted caramel.
Known as Schwarzbier in Germany, a rather strong, but surprisingly smooth, black lager. Nutty, chocolate flavors on the front, with a smooth, velvet finish. A rare beer to find in America. Prost!
BIG BELLA HEAVY SCOTCH ALE
Bourbon Barrel Aged, Bella is a strong offering with intermingling flavors of molasses, currant, berries and caramel. In Scotland this beer is called a “Wee Heavy.” Served in a ten and a half ounce glass.
BLACK EYE P.A.
Six different types of malt combined with cascade and chinook hops. A dark, strong, ale with large amounts of hops added during the boil as well as after fermentation.
BLEACHER BUM BOCK
o.k. not the bock you’re used to. Let’s call it a small bock, or a true bock. The second runnings from the dopplebock are collected to make this beer. In the old world this is how bock beer was made. Fairly dark in color for an easy drinking lager, but ultra smooth and clean in the finish, with subtle malt flavors peaking thru.
CHESTER BROWN ALE
In the past, Thursday nights were spent listening to Chester Brown. We thought it only fair to name our brown ale after the boys. Like the band, smooth in nature, well balanced, and great intermingling of flavors.
IPA’s were born out of necessity, while England was colonizing India. The long trip to India found the troops with spoiled beer. Brewing a beer with higher alcohol, and hop contents aided in preserving the beer, making all the troops happy on their long voyage. Our IPA is true to style using all English grains, and hops, providing a full bodied beer, with a strong hop finish
A smooth, malty, and slightly sweet lager. We added 40 pounds of Raspberries to this lager during the boil. Just to make sure there was ample raspberry flavor, we added 10 pounds of fresh raspberries to the fermenters every day for 6 days. 100 pounds of Raspberries in total!
CURSE THE GOAT DOPPLEBOCK
Monks brewed dopplebocks for Lent. While fasting, they were allotted a few liters of beer a day to sustain life. For forty days all they could consume was beer, so they made it strong, and hearty. Our dopplebock is both strong and hearty, while also being ultra smooth. On tap April 1st for the Cubs home opener. Served in a 10.5 ounce glass.
DIM WIT BELGIAN ALE
Notes of clove, banana, and orange mixed with a smooth blend of malted barley, and wheat. Belgian Wit’s are typically served with an orange slice.
DISCOMBOBULATION CELEBRATION ALE
A unique, extremely strong, and complex beer served in a ten and a half ounce glass, known as barley wine. Barley wines get their name from old laws, which stated an alcohol beverage that is over seven percent alcohol is classified as a wine. Since no grapes are used “barley” wine became the name, a perfect beer to warm up to, in the heart of winter, to celebrate the season.
A very special offering from Shoreline, aging our Discombobulation Barley Wine in a twelve year old bourbon barrel, for one year. The flavors are intense, as well as the alcohol content. Hints of vanilla, oak, and a slight, bourbon sweetness, make this malt filled beer a treat.
A not so average lager. 8 types of malts balanced with a little more hops than most lagers.
All new Citra Hops added 17 times throughout the boil, exponentially, combined with a single malt mash. A simple beer to let the hops shine.
This Wheat Wine is brewed with over 50% Wheat Malt. It has a warm entry due to the high alcohol content. A sweetness follows the initial warmness with a spicy bitter finish.
40 pounds of Raspberries added to the boil and another 60 pounds added thru fermentation to create a strong ale with a nice balance between sweet malts and tart fruit.
KAISERLICH PILZ IMPERIAL PILSNER
100% Pilsner malt and 4 types of German hops make for an enormously malty start and a strong hop finish with fruity undertones from our lager yeast.
LEAPER AMERICAN PALE ALE
Classic West coast style pale ale, using hops grown in the Pacific Northwest, and barley grown in the Midwest. The balance on this pale ale starts to lean towards the hops, with a citrus finish.
LOST SAILOR IMPERIAL STOUT
A very special offering from Shoreline, intense chocolate, coffee and warm alcohol flavors abound in this strong stout. Made with two types of richly roasted Allegro coffee, from our friends at Lakeshore coffee.
A refreshing, crisp, German style Ale, originating from Cologne, Germany.
A very true to “style” example of a traditional German Oktoberfest. Smooth, malty, somewhat sweet and caramel flavored. Enjoy the season. Prost!
PRESIDENTIAL HONEY PORTER
George Washington brewed beer at Mount Vernon, Thomas Jefferson made wine on his estate, but Barack Obama was the first President to brew beer at The White House. This “Presidential” Honey Porter was brewed using the recipe President Obama developed. A nice malty backbone is supported by a touch of bitterness that is smoothed out with honey from our friends at Prairie Ridge Farms in LaPorte.
Imperial Rye PA, using over 30 pounds of Amarillo hops. One pound of Amarillo hops added to the boil every 7 minutes, combined with over 20 pounds of dry hops added after fermentation. A huge malt backbone supports the large doses of the citrusy hops, as well as adding rye to the mash. Very complex in flavor and aroma, full bodied, with a hint of sweet malt to balance the high alcohol content.
RYE BABY RYE
A malt backbone supports the large doses of the citrusy hops, as well as adding rye to the mash. Very complex in flavor and aroma.
SAINT OF CIRCUMSTANCE
Espresso Stout. The second runnings from our Imperial Stout which uses 10 pounds of espresso in the mash. Rich flavors of coffee and chocolate.
Smooth dark Porter, with a touch of smoked malt. Not overpowered with smoke flavor, more of an accent to the underlying caramel and chocolate notes.
A spontaneous recipe, not spontaneous fermentation. Mild IPA made with all Centennial hops and six different types of malt.
A light, refreshing, crisp ale with a hint of blueberry.
THE GILDED ONE
All new El Dorado hops added 17 times throughout the boil, combined with a single malt mash. It is bitter upfront with a malty finish. A simple beer to let the hops shine!
THREE SUM IIPA
An imperial IPA, full bodied and balanced with a huge amount of hops. Three types of high alpha average hops combined to hop over the top in this beautiful beer, served in a ten and a half ounce glass.
WORKER BEE IMPERIAL STOUT
A very special offering brewed with wildflower honey from our friends at Praire Ridge Farms in LaPorte, IN. Worker Bee is a high alcohol stout with flavors of dark roasted malts, currants and a sweet satisfying finish.