On Tap



ABV 5.4% | 27 IBU
Our Oktoberfest is malty, a beautiful amber color, and finished with a tasty graininess. Our Oktoberfest is less intense with residual sweetness than many other “American-Maerzen” Oktoberfests exhibit, yet still fits the Brewers Association style guidelines.
Our Oktoberfest is also more sessionable in the mid-5.0% ABV range and we rely on malt selection to convey the desired malt flavor.

A pronounced, bright honey sweetness atop the classic malty aroma of fresh bread. 

A full richness of malt up front transitions seamlessly to a subtle graininess with a nice noble hop spice.

Abeiter Brewing Oktoberfest Marzen Lager



ABV 4.8% | 40 IBU

An old-world German beer that is much like a brown ale but brewed like a lager

A historic style originating in the Rhineland region in Northern Germany – specifically the town of Dusseldorf, Alt (meaning “old”) is a nuanced and delicate ale that is brewed like a lager. Esters from ale yeast are all but absent; light and sweet, almost nutty malt flavors are balanced by just enough noble hop bitterness to make a well-made Alt a lovely sessionable brew.

Our Altbier drinks light and clean with a bit of an assertive hop bitterness

Very slight and pleasant burnt caramel with hop spice, and some darker dried fruit aromas like raisin, or date. Gently toasted biscuit or bready malt aromas. 

Equal balance of toffee malt sweetness and clean hop bitterness; dry finish of biscuit-like malt with pleasant herbal hop bite.


Mexican Lager – Collab with Bow & Arrow Brewing Co.

ABV 5.3% | 23 IBU

Native Land is a Mexican Corn Lager. @nativelandbeer is a National collab from the minds of
@bowandarrowbrewingco from Albuquerque, NM. Bow and Arrow Brewing is the first Native-American-Woman-owned brewery in the U.S. and the collab recognizes that we are all on Native Land and it’s an effort to raise awareness and money supporting ecological stewardship, access to ancestral lands, and/or revitalization of traditional agriculture and foodways. $1 per pint sold out of the taproom will be donated.

Our blue corn was sourced locally from here in Minnesota at
@doubting_thomas_farms outside of Moorhead Minnesota. They are certified organic and do not use genetically modified seeds, herbicides, or pesticides.

We would like to personally thank Duaine (IG: @mn_beer_chaser) and Amber for their support and encouragement with this project.

Native Land is a Vienna-style Mexican Lager brewed with Minnesota-grown organic blue corn from
@doubthingthomas outside of Moorhead, MN. It has pleasing bready malt flavors, sweetness from the corn, and a complimentary spicy/floral hoppiness on the finish. Native Land has distinct sweet aromas of corn kernels and malt with underlying notes of corn

Distinct sweet aromas of corn and malt with underlying notes of corn husk and hop spice.

Pleasing bready malt flavors with a sweetness from the corn, with a complimentary spicy/floral hoppiness on the finish.



ABV 7.4% | 67 IBU

A rebrew of our EIGHTH take on the Cold IPA, will just now and forever be known as, EIGHT. Brewed with experimental hop varieties from Brewers Supply Group. “Bred by Yakima Quality Hops in Washington, USA, 1320 is an experimental hop that was officially released in October 2021. First discovered as a wild hop, its parentage remains unknown.” We paired it with the tasty Calypso hops and the result is a resinous, tropical Cold IPA. Since it’s a Cold IPA it has a light body but packs a nice hop punch!

Bold and resinous aromas of ripe papaya and mandarin orange.

The flavor profile is packed full of hop character – from orange zest to mango to apricot to guava



ABV 7.9% | 26 IBU
An imperial “pastry” kettle sour inspired by New York cheesecake with raspberry drizzle.

Gentle raspberry with lactic and citric acid aromas atop an almost cotton candy-like/fluffy milk sugar aroma.

Clean and balanced like most all other Acid Factory line beers, but with the perception of full-bodied chewiness as well as very subtle vanilla and alcohol sweetness.



ABV 5.4% | 36 IBU
We used the tropical/apple/pear Calypso in our approach to make almost an American version of a Czech-style pils – a light-bodied lager with layers of classic American grapefruit-forward hops with some melon-like notes.

Saturating classic West Coast grapefruit-oil hoppy aroma.

Very much a pilsner in body and bitterness, but with tangy pineapple/guava tropical flavors, and a pleasant grapefruit oiliness from the TNS Cascade Hop Burst.



ABV 6.6% | 23 IBU

This is an incredible hazy IPA made by some lager dorks. Zagging from the Citra and Mosaic hop mainstays we combined Calypso and Cashmere hops resulting in a Strawberry and tropical flavor.

Bold fruity aromas of tropical and strawberry.

A chewy yet smooth body carries the fruity hop flavors that the haze heads will love.

Your Opacity Hazy IPA


Cascadian Dark Ale
*Contains Wheat

ABV 6.3% | 55 IBU
Throwback style! We’re hell-bent on helping bring back the Black IPA…erm….Cascadian Dark Ale…whatever it’s called, we call it DELICIOUS. Scharzwald is the German name for the “Black Forest” and we thought it a fitting name. Slightly citrusy, slightly piney, and all the way black it’s a perfect beer to be named Schwarzwald!

Cascadian Dark Ales, or as some call them, Black IPAs, originated in the Pacific Northwest, near the Cascade Mountains, and were yet another way for brewers in that region to express use of [at the time] newer hops from those growing areas. Scwharzwald (German for The Black Forest) uses exactly such hops in Amarillo and Simcoe especially and to a lesser extent Ekuanot (formerly known as Equinox). 

A lovely and “classic” Cascadian Dark Ale nose composed of piney/herbaceous roasted notes with some underlying orange-zest

A hop-roast-hop flavor rollercoaster of citrus, pungent piney, hops and clean, fresh-brewed coffee-like malt roastiness with suggestions of dark chocolate as well.

Aurum Glow

Keller Pilsner

ABV 5.0% | 42 IBU
Aurum in Latin for “gold”; and is the hop variety in Aurum Glow. 

A very straightforward beer, a keller pils is simply an unfiltered pilsener. Keller is German for “cellar” so when a beer is thusly termed, it means it was taken from the cellar, often when the beer is younger/greener than when the beer would normally be served.

A spicy and somewhat woody aroma rides sidecar to a clean citrus oiliness.

A lovely crisp lemon/lime hoppiness modestly takes center stage with pleasant malt sweetness and a hint of yeast bitterness in supporting roles. 


Arbeiter Haus Bier – A German Blonde Ale with Lime. *Gluten Reduced

ABV 5.5% | 18 IBU

A very approachable, drinkable ale designed for those who are looking for just “beer”, WITH LIME! It’s the perfect summer beer and it’s light and balanced.

Malt aromas meld with fresh lime.

Slightly crackery with a dose of lime.



Non-Alcoholic – Helles Lager

ABV <.5%

“Nah” is a refreshing non-alcoholic version of a true-to-style Münich Helles, brewed with 100% German-grown malt and hops. “Nah” features a bready malt flavor and a mild hoppiness with notes of ripe melon and bright berry.


Hard Seltzer

ABV 4.9% | 0 IBU *Gluten Free

A blend of pineapple, mango, and passionfruit this hard seltzer hits the spot!

A pleasant tropical aroma

Crisp, light, with notes of pineapple, mango, and passionfruit.



ABV 5.4% | 18 IBU

A beer for the people! A beer designed for those who are looking for “just a beer”, as well as folks looking for a palate cleanser between hoppy, sour, and imperial beer.

Light fruity and almost pear-like.

Delicate sweet malty flavors with fruity ester notes from the yeast, followed by a very clean finish.


Northern German Pilsener

ABV 4.9% | 38 IBU

This pilsener slaps so hard, it’ll make you
laugh. Haha Pils is our flagship pilsener.
Haha Pils is the cleaner and more hop-

forward pale lager you’ve been looking for.

Brewed in the Northern German tradition
(thus the spelling with the extra “e” as
opposed to “pilsner”), Haha Pils is cleaner
tasting and more hop-forward than it’s
maltier brethren from deeper within the
European continent. Our pilsener is brewed
using the highest quality German pilsner
malt and mashing techniques to ensure a
clean and crisp malt profile. A perfectly
complex hop profile containing earthy,
grassy, hay, wildflower, and spicy fresh
herbs demand your attention and make
you wonder why your glass is already empty.

Balance of clean grain huskiness and floral hoppiness.

Clean malt profile from top to bottom; hop flavors are a mix of floral and hay with a hint of herbal spiciness.


Westcoast-Style “Bavarican” IPA

ABV 7.0% | 70 IBU

West Coast meets Hallertau (hop growing region in Germany)! Westküst finds its way as a West Coast American IPA by enlisting a full array of German-sourced hops and malts.

We call it, “Bavarican”, because Westküst achieves an American IPA flavor profile by enlisting a full array of German-sourced ingredients.

Apricot/peach pit, some tangerine and grass notes, and even some resinous green pepper aroma.

The blend of German-grown hop varieties employed provides a unique but familiar flavor profile that includes citrus, resinous, grassy, and some fresh herbal notes; not unlike what would be found in a traditionally made American IPA.