Please welcome Rush River’s newest IPA! The Minion is aggressively hopped in both the kettle and conditioning tank. A large dose of Mosaic hops creates a nice apricot/mango finish against a soft malted caramel backbone.
Originally a summer seasonal offering, the Small Axe has graduated into a full-time seller. Brewed with white wheat and barley from WI, this beer is not what you’d expect from a wheat ale. Cool and crisp, this lively ale is a great introduction to craft beers.
Our Alt is a much stronger version of the traditional Dusseldorf Altbiers. An ancient style from the Rhineland, Altbiers are ales that were virtually wiped out by German lagers in the 1800’s. We use plenty of European hops and German pilsner malts to brew a remarkably clean beer. We then rest it in the cooler for two months to achieve the mellow finish that is the Überalt’s trademark.
Originally our summer seasonal, demand has forced us to offer the Double Bubble all year long, and we don’t mind one bit. This hop-whopper is the bigger brother to our very popular Bubblejack India Pale Ale. Light in color, the hops do the talking in this full-bodied ale. For this version, we’ve doubled the hops, and added three pounds of local honey per keg. Extremely smooth and slightly sweeter than the original, a little bit goes a long way.
Available December through March. This late-Winter seasonal is extremely dark and flavorful. Rolled oats give it a smooth feel, while the addition of premium cocoa makes this stout a sure crowd-pleaser. Somewhere between coffee and chocolate cake.
Rich in flavor and mildly sweet, this amber ale is dry-hopped in the conditioning tank to add a subtle herbal nose. The robust caramel color and flavor is complemented with a frothy head that leaves a thick lacing on the glass. A classic session ale, great with food.
Dark as night and very complex, this tasty Porter is a real gem. Lighter in alcohol than many expect, this beer is incredibly smooth and has really grown into a crowd-pleaser. Available year-round to feed the addicted. ABV 5.0%
Incredibly smooth, this ale is truly a phenomenon in taste. This American Style IPA is brewed with a lighter grain bill which allows the various Yakima Valley hops to shine. Bubblejack IPA is also dry-hopped prior to packaging for an added hop aroma.