Each Migrating Seasonal emerges with the arrival of each fine season of the year. Like the Northwest’s days of summer that cool to fall, or the final slush days on the ski hill, when one good thing ends, another begins. Enjoy the rotation, on tap or with our very portable cans.
When winter is thawing, and spring is blooming, budding and chirping—why not be pouring? On day one of our first pour of Maibock Lager, we break out the traditional lager glass.
Our smooth, medium-bodied, traditional German-style bock has strong malt aromas and rich malty flavors. An award winner, it has just enough noble hops, which add a little spiciness and also help support the big malt profile.
PKG: 12 oz. can 6 pack | 12 pack box | 13.2 Keg | 1/6 Bbl
2016 NABA: Gold
2015 NABA: Bronze
2014 NABA: Bronze
2013 NABA: Silver
2006 NABA: Gold
2005 NABA: Bronze
2016 Reno CANFEST: 2nd place
2014 Reno CANFEST: 2nd place
2017 Best of Craft Beer Awards: 1st Place
2014 West. ID Fair: 2nd place
This brew is pale straw in color and has sweet malt accents with a hint of creaminess at the finish. It is a smooth, refreshing, drinkable ale.
PKG: 13.2 keg I 1/6 Bbl I 12 oz. can 6 pack
2016 Reno CANFEST: 3rd Place
2016 West. ID Fair: 1st Place
2016 West. ID Fair: Best of Show
This American Red Ale has a subtle ruby hue with a sweet, fruity hop aroma that is balanced quickly by toasted caramel notes. The flavor is hop forward from generous Columbus and Bravo additions. Fred’s Red is a well-balanced beer, with a dry hop finish that is distinctly our regional style. It is a smooth and refreshing, drinkable ale.
Sockeye has been brewing Winterfest for years, and loyal fans look forward to its annual return. Like powder hounds when the first snow flies, it beckons every winter.
This American-style strong ale has a deep, rich, malt complexity with hints of toffee, caramel and lightly-toasted barley. Hops are plentiful as well, giving this beer enough hop bite and flavor to balance the big malt profile. Enjoy this beer on a cool fall day or a cold winter night. Available November 1st, it’s a welcome tradition.