- Mulberry Gap is now licensed as a package store. All purchased must be made in the store located in the registration office.
- Wine and Sparkling Wine is sold by the bottle and Beer is sold in 22oz. bottles, 4 packs, 6 packs or 12 packs.
- Prices are competitive and we appreciate the support of this endeavor so we can continue to offer the service.
Angry Orchard: Hard Cider (Gluten Free)
This crisp and refreshing cider offers sweet apple notes up front with a subtle dryness at the finish for a balanced cider taste. A hint of Fuji apples adds a layer of complexity and brings out a fresh apple aroma and slightly sweet, ripe apple flavor.
Bell’s: Two Hearted Ale
Defined by its intense hop aroma and malt balance. Hopped exclusively with the Centennial hop varietal from the Pacific Northwest, massive additions in the kettle and again in the fermenter lend their characteristic grapefruit and pine resin aromas. A significant malt body balances this hop presence; together with the signature fruity aromas of Bell's house yeast, this leads to a remarkably drinkable American-style India Pale Ale.
Boulder Beer: Hazed & Infused
A dry-hopped ale, this unfiltered amber ale is “Hazed” in its natural state and “Infused” during dry-hopping with Crystal and Centennial hops, creating a flavorful, aromatic brew unlike any before it. We’ve blended together four different hop varieties to give Hazed a unique aroma, with just enough yeast for a full mouth feel and a smooth, easy finish.
Boulder Beer: Kinda Blue (Blueberry Wheat Beer)
This beer is released annually in March/April. Perfect for summer, Kinda Blue is as cool as the day is long. A refreshing American Wheat with just the right amount of sweetness, aroma and blueberry.
For those beer geeks out there, the blueberries are not added to the mash like many “fruit beers.” Rather, we add organic Oregon blueberry puree to the cold fermenting wheat beer – much like dry-hopping – which gives this beer subtle notes of flavor.
Dogfish Head: Namaste
A witbier bursting with good karma. Made with dried organic orange slices, fresh-cut lemongrass and a bit of coriander, this Belgian-style white beer is a great thirst quencher.
Dogfish Head: 90 Minute Imperial IPA
An Imperial IPA best savored from a snifter, 90 Minute has a great malt backbone that stands up to the extreme hopping rate. 90 Minute IPA was the first beer we continuously hopped, allowing for a pungent – but not crushing – hop flavor.
Dogfish Head: Indian Brown Ale
A cross between a Scotch Ale, an Indian Pale Ale and an American Brown, Indian Brown Ale is well-hopped and malty at the same time.
The beer has characteristics of each style that inspired it: the color of an American Brown, the caramel notes of a Scotch Ale, and the hopping regimen of an Indian Pale Ale. We dry-hop the Indian Brown Ale in a similar fashion to our 60 Minute IPA and 90 Minute IPA. This beer is brewed with Aromatic barley and organic brown sugar.
Dogfish Head: Midas Touch Ancient Ale
This sweet yet dry beer is made with ingredients found in 2,700-year-old drinking vessels from the tomb of King Midas. Somewhere between wine and mead, Midas will please the chardonnay and beer drinker alike.
First Amendment: Back In Black IPA
Inspired by Paul Revere’s midnight ride, the Back in Black rebels against the British style IPA and embraces the more aggressive American version and then recasts it in bold, brave, defiant black. Brewed like an American IPA, but with the addition of rich, dark malts, this beer has all the flavor and hop character you expect with a smooth, mellow finish.
First Amendment: Brew Free! Or Die IPA
Brewed with some serious west coast attitude. This aromatic golden IPA starts with three different hops to the nose, quickly balanced by a solid malt backbone supporting the firm bitterness. Our top selling beer at the pub, this IPA starts big and finishes clean leaving you wanting more.
Goose Island: IPA
The result of this beer is a hop lover’s dream with a fruity aroma, set off by a dry malt middle, and a long hop finish.
Goose Island: Endless IPA
We brewed this IPA to be easy drinking and endlessly refreshing. Bring note of fresh oranges and other citrus fruit with a mild body that is crisp on the palate.
A deep amber-colored American Ale, featuring a rich malty body. This ale is exceptionally balanced between malty sweetness and delicate hop bitterness. The dark amber color is similar to a Scottish Ale but the flavor and body is more in the style of American Amber.
Highland: Oatmeal Porter
A unique Highland creation, this robust beer is black in color, very malty with hints of chocolate-roasted flavor and a well-balanced hop character.
This style was born on the docks of the Thames of London where dockworkers or ‘porters’ delighted in the strong dark ales brewed by the local pubs with roasted malts.
Innis & Gunn: Original
This is our firstborn brew, whose accidental discovery started our story in 2013. Its originality also lies in its singular taste – notes of biscuit malt and vanilla swirling within a creamy, mellow character.
Kona: Longboard Island Lager
This beer is a smooth refreshing lager fermented and aged for weeks at cold temperatures to yield its exceptionally smooth flavor. A delicate, slightly spicy hop aroma complements the malty body of this beer.
Malty, roasty, and deceptively smooth, it’s an easy drinking malty Copper Ale that goes easy on the hops. Originally called the Kronik, this beer was censored by the federal label-approving agency, the BATF — they claimed the word had some sort of Marijuana reference. We slapped a “Censored” sticker on it as a joke and they accepted it. Whatever.
Lagunitas: Farmhouse Hop Stoopid
A double-barrel dose of malt and hops guaranteed to blast right through whatever lingers from the night before. The beer with a guarantee built right into the name, this one is massively dry-hopped for your aromatic pleasure.
This beer is ruthlessly delicious and homicidally hopped for your drinking enjoyment. It’s big on the aroma with a hoppy-sweet finish that’ll leave you wanting another sip. This was our first seasonal way back in 1995. The recipe was formulated with malt and hops working together to balance it all out on your ‘buds so you can knock back more than one without wearing yourself out.
Lagunitas: Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’
Way smooth and silky with a nice wheatly-esque-ish-ness. A truly unique style featuring a strong hop finish on a silky body. It’s a filtered pale wheat ale that is great for both IPA and wheat beer fans.
Crispy and easy to slam yet full of real flavor and all the things you yearn for. Our only Lager, brewed with loads of imported Saaz hops and a bottom-fermenting yeast strain that leaves it a bit lighter with a lot of smoothishness.
Lazy Magnolia: Southern Pecan Nut Brown Ale
Southern Pecan Nut Brown Ale is the first beer in the world, to our knowledge, made with whole roasted pecans. The pecans are used just like grain and provide a nutty characteristic and a delightful depth to the flavor profile. This beer is very lightly hopped to allow the malty, caramel, and nutty flavors shine through. The color is dark mahogany.
Left Hand: Sawtooth Ale
This amber ale is the perfect balance between malt and hops.
Our original flagship and proof that a beer can be both complex and balanced. Malty chewiness slowly transitioning over to herbal, earthy hops with a dry finish. Brewed to be enjoyed with friends and to stimulate serendipity.
Left Hand: Milk Stout
Roasted malt and coffee flavors build the foundation of this creamy, sweet stout. Milk sugar in your stout is like cream in your coffee. Dark and delicious, America’s great milk stout will change your perception about what a stout can be. “Preconceived notions are the blinders on the road to enlightenment.” Udderly delightful.
Magic Hat: #9 (Not quite Pale Ale)
A sort of dry, crisp, refreshing, not quite pale ale, #9 is really impossible to describe because there’s never been anything else quite like it.
McKenzie’s Original Hard Cider
Spirited, flavorful perfection, an American tradition. Our Original Hand-Pressed Hard Cider is reminiscent of its IK predecessors – refreshing, medium body and not too dry with a crisp apple finish.
New Belgium: 1554 Black Lager
1554 Black Lager uses a lager yeast strain and dark chocolaty malts to redefine what dark beer can be.
Light – Medium bodied beer that is slightly fruity with herbal, spicy, rooty, coffee, chocolate and toffee notes.
Flavor starts bitter chocolate with bright acidity, roasty and toasty, sweetness to round it out sweet/spicy, rooty, peppery undertones, and lingering fruit acidity.
New Belgium: Fat Tire Amber Ale
Named in honor of our co-founder’s bike trip through Europe, Belgian beers use a far broader palette of ingredients (fruit, spices, esoteric yeast strains) than German or English styles.
Toasty malt, gentle sweetness, flash of fresh hop bitterness. The malt and hops are perfectly balanced. Medium-bodied beer. Carbonation and light sweetness finish clean on your palate
New Belgium: Rampant Imperial IPA
A burly and bitter Imperial IPA, Rampant pours a pure copper and carries the sheen of a rightly hopped beer. The Mosaic and Calypso hops bring stonefruit to the front seat, and the addition of Centennials nod towards citrus for a well-rounded aroma.
The taste expands these hops with heavy peach tones and a profoundly bitter bite. There is some malt sweetness to stand this beer up, and Rampant's finish is bone-dry.
New Belgium: Ranger IPA
Pale and caramel malts harmonize with hop flavor throughout – yet finish deliciously bitter. A medium-bodied beer.
New Belgium: Shift Pale Lager
Think American pale ale meets American lager. It’s easy to drink and crisp.
Delicate interplay between the subtle flavors of American hops and Specialty malts – the hops bring fruity, citrus and floral/herbal aromas. While the specialty malts exhibit toasted bread and a touch of sweet honey.
Medium – Light bodied beer. Crisp and clean – just like you would expect from a great Lager.
New Belgium: Snapshot Wheat Beer
Flavor and tartness, like fresh-cut lemons, enhanced by a light floral aroma. Wheat comes through as a fresh bread note.
Medium – Light bodied beer. Starts sweet, moves into a tangy sourness that finishes clean. Initially rich and creamy, it ends spritzy and with a refreshing twang.
New Belgium: Summer Helles Lager
Grassy, sweet cereals upfront, evened out with a mild spicy hop bitterness. It’s a light-bodied beer yet substantial. Crisp with a subtle dryness, lingering pleasant lager finish.
Omission Lager (Gluten Free)
Omission Lager is a refreshing and crisp beer, brewed in the traditional lager style. Perfect for a variety of beer drinking occasions, Omission Lager’s aromatic hop profile offers a unique, easy-drinking beer for those looking for a lighter and approachable beer style.
Oskar Blues: Dale’s Pale Ale
This voluminously hopped mutha delivers a hoppy nose and assertive-but-balanced flavors of pale malts and citrusy floral hops from start to finish.
Oskar Blues: Deviant Dale’s
Deviant Dale’s IPA was born at the crossroads, in a juke joint, as if Dale’s Pale Ale sold its soul to balance Deviant’s foreboding aromas of citrus, grapefruit rind and piney resins, its copper ball-of-fire color and inscrutable flavor-intense finish.
Oskar Blues: Old Chub Ale
The jaw dropping Scottish strong ale is brewed with bodacious amounts of malted barely and specialty grains, and a dash of beechwood-smoked malt. Old Chub features semi-sweet flavors of cocoa and coffee, and a wee-bit of smoke. A head turning treat for malt heads and folks who think they don’t dig dark beer.
Red Hook: Longhammer IPA
The generous addition of hops both during and at the end of the fermentation process gives our India Pale Ale its characteristic bitterness and piney citrus aroma and flavor. The medium-bodied, crisp finish, and moderate alcohol and IBU levels makes this one of America’s most drinkable and best-selling IPAs.
Redbridge: Sorghum Beer (Gluten Free)
Redbridge is made without wheat or barley. It’s a rich, full-bodied lager brewed from sorghum for a well-balanced, moderately hopped taste.
Shock Top: Belgium White
We’ve shaken up traditional taste by brewing a spiced Belgian-style wheat ale with real orange, lemon and lime peels and then added a little coriander spice to the mix.
This uniquely-crafted and award-winning ale is unfiltered to create a brew that is naturally cloudy with a light golden color and a smooth, refreshing finish.
St. Bernardus Brewing: St. Bernardus ABT 12
Abbey ale brewed in the classic 'Quadrupel' style of Belgium's best Abbey Ales. Dark with a full, ivory-colored head, it has a fruity aroma, full of complex flavors and excels because of its long bittersweet finish with a hoppy bite. Worldwide seen as one of the best beers in the world. It's a very balanced beer, with a full-bodied taste and a perfect equilibrium between malty, bitter and sweet.
Stone: Arrogant Bastard Ale
This is an aggressive ale. You probably won’t like it. It is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to be able to appreciate an ale of this quality and depth. We would suggest that you stick to a safer and more familiar territory – maybe something with a multi-million dollar ad campaign aimed at convincing you it’s made in a little brewery, or one that implies that their tasteless, fizzy, yellow beverage will give you more sex appeal. Perhaps you think multi-million dollar ad campaigns make things taste better. Perhaps you’re mouthing your words as you read this.
At Stone Brewing, we believe that pandering the lowest common denominator represents the height of tyranny – a virtual form of keeping the consumer barefoot and stupid. Brought forth upon an unsuspecting public in 1997, Arrogant Bastard Ale openly challenges the tyrannical overlords who were brazenly attempting to keep Americans chained in the shackles of poor taste.
Stone: Cali Belgique IPA
This beer is indeed a complex and surprising combination of flavors, but behind the fancy title is simply delicious Stone IPA dressed up in new Belgian duds. The addition of a carefully selected strain of Belgian yeast adds unexpected layers of flavors and aroma, providing a deliciously funky overtone to the hoppy brightness you already know nad love as Stone IPA. Think of it as an otherwise identical twin that was raised in a Belgian culture. Literally.
Stone: Ruination Double IPA 2.0
Stone Ruination IPA was the first full-time brewed and bottles West Coast double IPA on the planet. For the second incarnation of our groundbreaking IPA, we employed dry hopping and hop bursting to squeeze every last drip of piney, citrusy, tropical essence from the hops that give this beer its incredible character.
Stone: Smoked Porter
When first released, our smoky version of a traditional English porter was ahead of its time. Today, it’s a highly regarded staple among craft beer fans and our go-to food complement; pairing effortlessly with all kinds of cuisine, from peanut butter and banana sandwiches to braised pork belly to apple pie. This worldly libation is dark, smooth, and complex, with rich chocolate and coffee flavors suffused with subtle smokiness from the addition of peat-smoked malt.
Drinking on site during your stay? You should read our Liability Policy.
Wanna see an image that is only located here for no reason whatsoever, except that Facebook can use it?