Dark and Mysterious
Made from the best Sh*t
Grampa Jon always liked porters and stouts and asked young Beau to craft a porter style beer worthy of the family reputation. Then he waited impatiently for the result. Beau worked for five years to perfect the recipe hoping it would please his father. It very much did.
Dark, smooth proud and mysterious with a real sense of purpose, this robust Porter gets its start with smoked, chocolate and malts then is rousted with coffee touched with maple and kissed ever so lightly with our brewers own secret touch. Of course, we kick up the hopiness by introducing seven separate distinct hops.
Grizzly Poo is a medium- heavy bodied brew which pours a resounding mahogany color and leaves behind a lacy tan head. It is coffee to your nose, chocolate to your palette and music to your senses.
Oh sure it starts sweet but just sit a second while the rush of hops arrives. There it is.
Like a cream sickle with a kick
If it ain’t Cub Crap it aint Sh*t
If we told you that Cub Crap Cream Ale smelled vaguely of wildflowers and tasted faintly of exotic fruits you might not want to give it a try, so forget we said that.
What if we said Cub Crap Cream Ale is smooth and refreshing with just the tiniest amount of hoppiness, does that sound better? We think it is better to just tell you to drink one for yourself, we think it might surprise you, we think you will be back for another.
Cub Crap Cream Ale has its roots in the Present Use Ales that Grampa Doc enjoyed back east, but its soul is all Montana and it’s heart is as big as the wilderness outside our brewery. Cub crap is our second oldest beer, Grampa himself tinkered with the recipe when he had an evening free of tending the brewery or making deliveries. Originally it was bottled as Doc’s Sparkling Ale.
It’s medium bodied and sweet with just enough bold to be Montana through and through. There’s plenty of the character that our beers are know n for. Cub Crap Cream drinks more like a lager thanks to the addition of Lager hops at just the right moment in the brewing process. We keep the alcohol down in this one making it a great session ale.
People have said a lot of things about Cub Crap We have been told that it is like cream sickle with a little kick we are not sure we could have said it better than that.