46 North

Your paddle slips into the still water, breaking the reflection of spruce trees and tamaracks, while off in the distance a loon calls into the quiet. You’ve crossed over into the north. Brewed with certified organic malts and hops, and wild-grown, traditionally harvested wild rice, 46 North is a tribute to the lakes and prairies of our beloved northlands. Crisp and clear, with an earthy finish, this is a beer that will take you to the lakes.

6.2% ABV, 14 IBU, 6 SRM.

Reefer Car Peach Wheat

A “reefer”, in railroad parlance, is a refrigerated boxcar. In 1875, a Georgia peach farmer named Samuel Rumph invented the refrigerated car and crates specifically to haul peaches to distant markets. We named our beer after his invention because we didn’t want to call it “The Rumph”. It’s made with malted Minnesota red wheat and carries a generous load of peaches, making a light, refreshing beer with a hint of peach sweetness.

5.5% ABV, 24 IBU, 5 SRM.

Contains lactose.

Uncle Piwo Polish Ale

We all have a Polish uncle somewhere. He’s got a big laugh and a belly that shakes with it, a loud voice, and has a string of bad jokes that he tells with a beer in his hand at every family gathering. He’s also your favorite uncle. Our Uncle Piwo (pronounced pee-vo) is an old Polish style of ale called a Grodziskie, made with oak smoked wheat malt for a mild smokiness and bready flavor, lightly hopped for subtle bitterness, light bodied and low alcohol for easy drinking, and a crisp, clean finish. There’s a reason that Uncle Piwo is your favorite. 3.7% ABV, 23 IBU, 4 SRM

Whistle Stop Blonde

Whistlestop Blonde is a light bodied gluten-free beer with an assertive hoppy bitterness, made for those of us who like beer, but find that barley beer doesn’t like us. Brewed with sorghum malt, Belgian candi sugar for color and lightness, and Denali hops for bittering and a floral aroma. This might be the station that you need to stop at.

5.6% ABV, 43 IBU, 5 SRM

Night Shift Coffee Stout

When you’re on the night shift, sometimes the choices are simple – beer or coffee? But who wants to make decisions after a long night on the graveyard shift? We’ve made things even easier for you. Night Shift is a rich, dark, full bodied stout with hints of chocolate and a touch of  sweetness. Then we added coffee blended for us from our friends at Reality Roasters in Little Falls, to give it that gorgeous coffee aroma and flavor. So now, your choice is simple. Get both.

6.5% ABV, 15 IBU, 64 SRM.

Fog Bank Hazy IPA

Train engineers are always nervous about approaching a bank of fog on the track because you never know what’s on the other side. You don’t have to worry about that with our Fog Bank Hazy IPA. Full bodied, but citrusy and refreshing, with moderate bittering, and loaded with hop flavor and aroma. Break through the Fog Bank today.

5.7% ABV, 45 IBU, 6 SRM

Lunchbucket Ale

Lunchbucket Ale – Every rail working in the shops or on the trains has to have lunch sometime. And what’s better for lunch than a good old-fashioned peanut butter and jelly sandwich? A peanut butter and jelly sandwich and beer!  For our Lakes Area Brewer’s Challenge beer, we combined the warm, nutty flavor of peanut butter with the sweet fruit flavor of raspberries, along with toasty, bready malt and just a hint of hops. You wanted peanut butter, you got it. With jelly. And beer.

5.4% ABV, 15 IBU, 11 SRM

Contains peanuts and lactose

Cinder Dick IPA

A cinder dick was a railroad policeman. Cinder dicks spent their days walking the cinders of the railyard, looking for thieves trying to break into boxcars, investigating wrecks for wrongdoing, or riding the trains guarding valuable freight. A hard, bitter job that deserves a bitter beer. Cinder Dick IPA is brewed with pale and dark crystal malts for balance, with Columbus, Northern Brewer, Cascade and Mosaic hops for a floral and citrus aroma and a strong, clean hop finish.

5.8% ABV, 76 IBU, 9 SRM

Golden Spike IPA

The eastern and western lines of Northern Pacific’s transcontinental railroad were joined together near Independence Creek in western Montana in 1883. To commemorate the occasion, the first spike driven at the start of railway construction near Carlton, Minnesota was used to connect the last section of rail. It was named the Golden Spike, and was driven home by NP President Henry Villard, former US President Ulysses S. Grant, and Henry C. Davis, who had driven that first spike. Our Golden Spike, commemorating the completion of construction at Roundhouse Brewery, is a golden colored Imperial IPA, loaded with premium brewers and dark crystal malts, generous doses of Mosaic and Crystal hops for aromas of citrus, spice, and blueberry, and Magnum hops for a clean bittering finish.

8.9% ABV, 87 IBU, 10 SRM.

Empire Builder Imperial Stout

The Empire Builder passenger line was the flagship passenger line for the Great Northern Railroad and it’s successor, the Burlington Northern Railroad. Running from Chicago to Portland, this mighty line crosses the northern tier of the United States, bridging east and west. Our Empire Builder is a dark, rich, malty, American-style Imperial Stout. Hints of stone fruit and currants, with a sweet malty undertone but assertive hoppiness for balance.

10% ABV, 56 IBU, 55 SRM

Ms. Galena Mango Lime Sour

Ms. Galena O’Neill was a business woman in Brainerd in the late 1800’s. When her husband Jack (original owner of the Last Turn Saloon) passed away, Ms. Galena leased a building on the corner of 4th and Front Street and began running a locally famous house of ill repute. The fines that Ms. Galena and her “soiled doves” paid every month over the next few years helped finance many features of downtown Brainerd that are still there today. Ms. Galena is dedicated to the notion that life is not always sweet, but you can still get things done. Our Ms. Galena is a blonde ale, kettle soured and this one is infused with mango and lime for a tart and sweet summer brew. 

Contains milk products.

5.4% ABV, 26 IBU, 10 SRM

Angel Seat Amber

The “angel seat” on a train is the raised observation seat up in the cupola of the caboose. From the angel’s seat, a conductor could watch the train, looking for hot boxes (overheated wheel bearings) or fires started by hot cinders flying out of the locomotive. It’s the highest seat on the train. Our Angel Seat Amber Ale will put you in the best seat in the house, too. Smooth, malty flavor and aroma, with a crisp, clean hoppy finish.

5.7% ABV, 40 IBU, 15 SRM

Crow Wing Cream Ale

Cream ales are one of the first uniquely American beers, and the Crow Wing River runs deep through the memories and the culture of central Minnesota. This beer is a blend of barley malt, wheat and corn and German Hallertauer hops provide balance, to make a crisp, smooth, refreshing brew.

5.5% ABV, 23 IBU

Old Betsy Brown Ale

The first locomotive in the Northern Pacific Railway was a wood-burning engine named the Minnetonka, and it’s job was to haul ties, rails, and other supplies used to help build the railroad along the line westward as it was constructed and advanced  from Carlton, Minnesota. When the line was completed, the locomotive was sold to the Polson Lumber Company. It was renamed “Old Betsy” and hauled timber until 1928 when it was retired and abandoned. Old Betsy was recovered by the Northern Pacific Railway in the mid ’30s and restored it to working order. The sturdy little locomotive is still owned by the BNSF Railroad and is on permanent loan to the Lake Superior Railroad Museum in Duluth. Our Old Betsy is a sturdy malt-forward Northern English-style brown ale, with 2-row premium brewer’s malt and dark malts for complexity and rich flavor, with balance provided by Magnum and Northern Brewer hops.

5.1% ABV, 30 IBU, 17 SRM.

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