Traders Brewing Co.
 
 
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On Tap

 
 
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Belgian Patersbier | 4.0% abv, 18 ibu

Brewed with 100% Belgian Pilsner and Trappist yeast, this "lawnmower" ale is not as big as your typical Belgian ale. Mild and faintly fruity,
Belgian monks brew this for sustenance as they abide by religious routines. Patersbier is light and easy to drink without over-indulging!

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HANA-WEIZEN | 6%, 25 IBU

True to style, our German-inspired Hefeweizen is bursting with fruity aromas and unfiltered goodness. It's complex and never aggressive with subtle flavors of bubble gum and a hint of banana.

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Pumpkin Spice Ale | 6% abv, 13 ibu

Pumpkin Spice Ale is a seasonal twist on our well-loved Marlo Amber Ale. Spiced with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and allspice, this beer tastes the way a crisp fall day feels. We even tossed a few pumpkin pies in the mash for a little something extra!

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Mr. Magoo’s Strong Stout | 8.8% ABV, 45 IBU

Everything you’d expect from a self-respecting imperial stout—rolled oat, chocolate malt, vanilla bean… ‘nuff said. Sip or swig, this one is always smooth.

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Building 1 Pale Ale | 5.7% ABV, 45 IBU

Brewed with a mild grain bill to accentuate the hop presence, Building 1 is lightly bittered, smooth, and medium bodied. It’s easy-drinking, but fresh Citra and Mosaic hops give it the full flavor that makes it one of our very favorite pales to drink.

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Roasted & French-Toasted Coffee Porter | 6.2% ABV, 28 IBU

Roasted & French-Toasted has all the smoky maltedness you love in a porter with some super rich coffee flavors. We loaded this one with french toast flavored coffee beans from Bones Coffee Company and the results are incredible. Maybe the most surprising and delicious part is the creamy finish that balances out all the dark coffee goodness!

 
 

Craft beer used to be pretentious

Now, it’s just beer.

Bart began brewing his own beer as soon as he was legal—at least, that’s how he tells the story. The batches were small of course, but the potential was always there. Upon meeting Krissy, brewing became the way into his future father-in-law’s good graces. The two bonded over the craft, the science, and the affects. The rest is history.

Bart continues to brew beers of all varieties and styles on our in-house, three-barrel system. His personal favorite is ………………..?