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ABV = Alcohol by Volume
IBU = International Bittering Units – a measure of beer bitterness from hops.
SRM = Standard Reference Measurement – a measurement of beer color. The higher the SRM, the darker the beer.

 

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

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. Contains lactose.

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.

Clean and pale with a high clarity and low bitterness. 5.7% ABV, 37 IBU.

Easy on the start and finish, this pilsner is very light, crisp, and refreshing for those hot patio days! 5.3% ABV, 31 IBU.

Manley Cunningham, our brewer’s grandfather, was a railroader for all of his adult life, starting out as a crew caller for the Northern Pacific in the days of steam locomotives until retiring as an engineer for Burlington Northern in the days of diesel. Manley’s Wee Heavy is a Strong Scottish Ale, dedicated to the memory of all of the men and women who work the rails. Full bodied and malty, with hints of currants and caramel, and a rich dark color and malty aroma. 8.9% ABV, 26 IBU, 34 SRM.

Think of sooty dark cars loaded with anthracite, moving through the night, dancing to the music of the rails. A robust porter, dark as night and smooth as jazz. Flavors of roast malt, coffee and cocao, with a mild caramel sweetness for balance. 5.6% ABV, 40 IBU, 28 SRM.

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

A crisp, light bodied session ipa infused with a different flavor each batch. Ask your server which flavor is on today! INFUSED WITH BLUE RASPBERRY 4.24% ABV, 35 IBU.

Easy drinking summer wheat beer infused with chamomile for a refreshing honey finish!  5.4% ABV, 10 IBU.

Flavors:

-Strawberry Rhubarb

-Tart Apple Pear

-Roundhouse Mule

“Jubilee” class locomotives were steam engines, used primarily in Great Britain. They were fast, even by modern standards, with maximum speeds over 100 mph. They did not have a lot of pulling capacity, although they were very fast, so the design didn’t get much use in the US. And, let’s not forget that a jubilee is also a celebration. Our Jubilee is a clean, bright, hard seltzer, flavored with any number of interesting fruit, herbal, and floral combinations. Made with all natural and  gluten free ingredients*, and with low carbohydrates, it’s a celebration in your glass. At 5.4% ABV, it’s not hauling a heavy load, but it’ll go pretty fast.
165 Calories per 12 oz pour (109 calories from the alcohol, 56 calories from the residual sugar)
16 grams of carbohydrates

*Made on equipment that also processes wheat and barley. We take every precaution to avoid cross contamination, but we cannot guarantee that this product is completely gluten free.

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. To honor those histories, we’ve created Crow Wing Cream Ale.  A blend of barley malt, wheat and corn and German Hallertauer hops provide balance, to make a crisp, smooth, refreshing beer. 5.5% ABV, 23 IBU, 3 SRM.

According to local legend, there is a ghostly train that you can hear sometimes late at night, running under the full moon on the abandoned rail lines of the north woods. The whistle, when it blows, makes a ghostly sound like “razz wheee”. We’ve created a raspberry wheat ale, light, slightly tart, and sweet, to help put these restless spirits to rest. Or at least give them something to drink when their run is finished. 5.4% ABV, 17 IBU.

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 Cascade hops for aromas of citrus, spice, and blueberry, and Magnum hops for a clean bittering finish. 8.9% ABV, 87 IBU, 10 SRM.

Tart sour ale with blueberry, raspberry, lemon, and hints of pastry. 5.8% ABV, 49 IBU. Contains lactose.

Brewed in downtown brainerd, ya sure kombucha offers a wide variety of flavors! Ask your server what flavor is on tap today!