Our take on the East Coast Style, but where most others tend to play down the bitterness, we applaud it. To a solid malt backbone, we add 2.5 pounds of Citra, Amarillo & Simcoe hops.
A great all around beer, Pours a nice copper brown with Caramel, Toasty and Chocolatey notes. Try one you won’t be sorry.
Smooth and easy drinking, the hallmark of our 311. We use three different crystal malts to achieve its beautiful color, Saaz and Cascade hops help to contribute some hop flavor and aroma.
A smooth & crisp American style lager. This one is meant to be shared with friends and family at the beach, around the barbecue or pretty much anywhere.
Feet in the sand, a day at the beach, late nights and even later mornings, Our Summer Blonde Ale is perfect for the summertime or anytime for that matter. Summer is more a state of mind than time of year.
CFB's version of a Chicago Classic. Light, Crisp with a Clean Finish. Try a pint and be whisked back to Wrigley field for an afternoon watching the Cubs play ball.
For a brewer wheat beers and fruit are a match made in heaven. What starts off as a simple brew is transformed into beer drinking nirvana with a dose of fruit puree, Blueberry in this case, satisfying and easy drinking.
Mischief, Gold and Piracy. A rich malty dark ale with complex and flavorful roast characteristics, this beer is designed to tease your palate with hints of bread and caramel flavors. Yet be very easy drinking.
A Red ale brewed with Sweet Orange peel and a touch of cinnamon, its Malty but not too sweet, with just enough bitterness to balance a citrusy hop profile. Smooth and easy on your palate, not your average red ale.
What do you get when you mix pumpkin pie with coffee? Pumpkin Joe, that’s what. We start with a nice Porter recipe, throw in 3lbs of pumpkin!!! Add some coffee beans and just the right amount of spice Mmmmm.
Golden straw in color, Expect a nice floral nose from the Belgian Yeast. Smooth easy to drink, but be careful this bird has some spurs at 9.2% it should be enjoyed wisely
A cold IPA?? Basically it's an IPA fermented at a much cooler temp than normal using Lager yeast. The result, a low final gravity and a clean, snappy, brisk finish, But preserving all that Hop goodness you love in an IPA.