Brewing Company has switched from 12 ounce bottles to 16 ounce cans.
Why? Cans are lighter, more portable, and use less packaging.
Plus the shelf life of beer is longer in a can rather than a bottle,
and with coated aluminum there is no 'metallic' taste!
Gold Medal Winner at the 2013 World Expo of Beer
Our German style Alt, Lighthouse Amber
, has a brilliant amber hue. Its light tan head
is thick, retaining, and laces the glass all the way down. Lighthouse Amber has a silky-smooth
medium body. A Noble hop aroma up front finishes with a Carmel malt nose. Our old world brewing
method brings out a light toasted-bread flavor you’ll want to savor again and again. It’s a mouthwatering
and thirst quenching delight.
The distinctive flavor of this delicious Alt comes from our unique blend of malt. Our malted
barleys are all German strains and grown in the Midwest. The malt strains are grown under the
strictest guidelines specifically for the brewing industry, and we buy only the best.
We’re certain you’ll find Lighthouse Amber an uplifting and satisfying beer.
ABV is 5.25%. IBU 17
Lighthouse Amber is now available at many area convenience
Gold Medal award
winner at the 2012 Frankenmuth World Expo of Beer!
The beer, created by the brewery’s operation manager and brewmaster
Tim Perry, who was inspired by the 1976 Späten Oktoberfest bier from
Munich, Germany, is orange in hue with a pronounced malt presence.
6% ABV IBU 28
Available in the Fall. Read the full press release on the
We introduced another great beer this past summer. La Cerveza. Brewed in the Mexican-Bohemian tradition, we use
five different styles of malted barley with flaked maize and blended with
noble German hops to impart a dry crisp character that is great on its own
or complements the addition of lime perfectly! It's lower in alcohol than
our Lighthouse Amber and a perfect thirst quencher for the hot humid days
ABV is 4.0%. IBU 12
Bronze Medal Winner at the 2014 World Expo of Beer
An American-style medium
amber ale that's a very easy drinking sessionable beer. It's light
malts provide a slight sweetness and combined with easy hopping, means
it's not bitter. This is also a great transitional beer for macro-beer
drinkers to begin the journey into the wonders of craft beers. 4.5% ABV IBU 10.8
Named out of respect for our Brewmaster’s family at Fire Station #11,
this is a golden ale that is built with over
40 pounds of hops. The
malt bill provides a balanced backbone and the big hop finish gives a
pleasant bitterness and a nose full of herbal and citrus notes. A real
palate cleansing experience. 5.7% ABV IBU 58
Blood Orange Honey
A unique twist on a great American-style wheat beer, with the addition
of fresh local wildflower honey
mixed with blood orange zest, and blood
orange puree. The result is a medium bodied beer that is very smooth
with a residual sweetness, and creaminess from the honey, and an
exhilierating nose of citrus from the orange. 5.7% ABV IBU 9.8
Blueberry Cream Ale
A light bodied ale brewed with lactose sugar and packed with Michigan
Blueberries. Fresh fruit aroma bursts from this deliciously creamy
brew. Go ahead enjoy Michigan Fresh in a pint!
Imperial Cinnamon Hefeweizen
A unique twist on a classic German beer. Starting out with a whopping
18.5° Plato, the pale malts and flaked wheat produces a medium yellow
beer. Added in the final stages of fermentation are premium Vietnamese
Cinnamon sticks and whole Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans. So put on
your jammies, sit back in the recliner and let us warm you up. 7.8%
ABV 11.75 IBU
Black Cherry Vanilla Porter
With generous amounts of caramel, black and chocolate grain, this malty
ale is fermented with bourbon vanilla beans and later black sweet
cherries are added. These combine to provide a vanilla cherry aroma
with a silky mouthfeel. A low hopping schedule ensures there is little
bitterness for this smooth delightful beer. 5.25% ABV 13 IBU
An American Pale Ale.