Latka Light Bohemian Lager

This is a pale lager made with Bohemian yeast, malts and hops, and not as sweet as the higher ABV version. This has been the best selling beer for our first year as a brewery. This is our light version, the heavier version coming in at 9.2% to 12.7% ABV, while this one is just 5.2% ABV. $5/pint

Scottish Mist

This is a very light & very quaffable brew. Just 3.5% ABV

In traditional brewing of Scottish ales these brews were mashed with one or at most two steps, usually at high temperature (often above 160F!) and sparged slowly and often fermented at relatively cold temperatures. Bitterness is low, resulting in a malty beer. The finished beer is aged only a few weeks, and the result is a malt focused, caramel flavored brew with a slight butterscotch after taste.

Lolo Lemongrass Wit

This Belgian Witbier is a nice light brew for those days when you just need a light refreshing brew. With Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Lemon Grass and Coriander.

This is the 3rd in our family series of brews. Lolo’s Wit won a 1st place a few years ago and multiple breweries wanted to brew it. We did. This 400 year old beer style originated in Belgium. Spicy and citrusy flavors come from additions of bitter & sweet orange peel, lemon peel, coriander and a large dose of lemongrass. Crisp with a dry, tart, finish. 4.8% ABV 15 IBU $5/pint

  • Mikko Suave Sahti

    • ABV: 5.1
    • IBU: 37
    • OG: 1.053
    • FG: 1.010
    • Color: 5.9
    • Grains: Pale, Munich, Rye, Oats, Acidulated
    • Yeast: Farmhouse Ale
    • Hops: Strisselspalt

    HISTORIC BREW RECIPE: Sahti is a Finnish style beer. Sahti is a beer made with the fresh candles of Juniper and Pine branch needles. Finland is a tough place to obtain hops, so the branches were used to obtain the bitterness needed in the brew. We add just a bit of French hops to maintain […]

  • Belgian Chocolate Raspberry Stout

    • ABV: 6.6%
    • IBU: 42
    • OG: 16 Plato
    • FG: 7 Plato
    • Color: 60
    • Grains: German Pilsner, Light and Dark Chocolate malts, Carapils, roasted Barley
    • Yeast: Belgian Stout
    • Hops: US Goldings

    Our Belgian Chocolate Raspberry Stout, our winter version of the classic, amplifies the traditional drier versions from Ireland for a bolder, black brew. The addition of both roasted barley, chocolate malted barley, and real raspberry hints give our Stout undertones of chocolate, molasses and fruit. The beer is generously hopped with Goldings hops to balance the sweetness from the malted barley. This winter beer was the favorite at the Door County, WI Beer Festival, but you can drink it here.

  • Maddy Mo Red Ale

    • ABV: 5.5%
    • IBU: 33
    • OG: 13.3 Plato
    • FG: 2.6 Plato
    • Color: 17.8
    • Grains: Red-X, Cara-Red, Kiln Coffee
    • Yeast: Irish Ale
    • Hops: Nelson Sauvin and Wai-ti

    While most of our building was built with Cream City brick from Racine’s quarry located at what is now the Racine Zoo, the lean-to addition to the building was torn down in the 1890’s and rebuilt using Chicago Red style bricks. So here is the Red Ale to go with the Cream Ale representing our building’s past. This is a malty brew, initially sweet on the palate, it finishes with a pleasant dryness.

  • Kam’s Cream City Ale

    • ABV: 4.7%
    • IBU: 17
    • OG: 1.044
    • FG: 1.004
    • Color: 3.4
    • Grains: pale 6 row, flaked corn
    • Yeast: American Ale
    • Hops: Motueka

    You can’t brew in a Cream City brick building without making a Cream Ale, right? Here it is: a beer that is a full flavored, albeit less filling “lawnmower” ale that can be quaffed anytime. Pale malt, a little flaked corn and three different hops give this beer a fresh clean flavor when you just […]

  • Helles a Place on Earth

    • ABV: 7
    • IBU: 31
    • OG: 1.071
    • FG: 1.01
    • Color: 9
    • Grains: Vienna, Pilsner, Munich, Monastique
    • Yeast: Hella Bock
    • Hops: Czech Premiant

    This Helles/Maibock is a pale, strong, malty lager beer. Slightly hoppier than your average bock, this one is too good to just serve the traditional springtime and the month of May. A pale version of a traditional bock, or a Munich Helles brewed to bock strength. Dark and rich malt flavors but drier, hoppier, and more bitter than a traditional bock.

  • Naked Jubota Strong Scotch Ale

    • ABV: 9.8%
    • IBU: 28-32
    • OG: 1.10
    • FG: 1.0120
    • Color: 18.5-20.7
    • Grains: Pale, Kolsch, Munich, Kiln Coffee, Victory, Chocolate and Peated Malt
    • Yeast: Scottish Ale
    • Hops: WGV, Brewers Gold, Admiral

    This Strong Scotch Ale has been a favorite every year in our homebrew shop. The malts we use impart a wonderful, fresh grain character, while oak aging and the resultant vanilla lingers on the palate. Rich and luxuriously malty, the complexity continues throughout. Dark golden in color, this beer is made with top tier floor malted Pale Ale malt as a base.

  • Cashmere Collin’s Pale Ale

    • ABV: 6.4%
    • IBU: 37
    • OG: 1.058
    • FG: 1.010-1.014
    • Color: Golden amber
    • Grains: Pale, Caramel, Caravienne
    • Yeast: American Ale
    • Hops: Cashmere and Ahtanum

    Our Dry Hopped American Pale Ale (APA) is charged with American hops to create a bold, aromatic ale. Assertive hop flavor joins the pine/citrus aroma characteristic of American hops to balance the full body provided by North American malts.

  • Hops on the Lam IPA

    • ABV: 7.4
    • IBU: 87
    • OG: 1.074
    • FG: 1.019
    • Color: 11.5
    • Grains: Golden Promise, Crystal, Red-X, Roasted Barley
    • Yeast: West Coast Ale
    • Hops: Apollo, Mosaic, Comet, Crystal, Glacier, Mosaic, Mt. Hood, Simcoe

    This Imperial IPA was made a bit differently than most brews. No hops were added until the last 30 minutes of the boil, thus avoiding some of the bitterness that comes from 60 minute hop additions. The result is brilliant hop aroma and flavor, without the accompanying bitterness that is often left on the tongue […]

  • North Beach Imperial Blonde Ale

    • ABV: 7.1
    • IBU: 36
    • OG: 1.063
    • FG: 1.010
    • Color: 7.6
    • Grains: Pale, Honey, wheat
    • Yeast: Trappist
    • Hops: Cascade, Centennial

    An imperial blonde ale, a bit more alcohol, a bit more flavor. We now have four versions of this: Cinnamon Girl, Bobbi Blonde Blood Orange Ale, Pistachio Blonde Ale, and Strawberry Blonde Ale.

  • Lolo Lemongrass Wit

    • ABV: 5.6
    • IBU: 31
    • OG: 1.054
    • FG: 1.011
    • Color: 4.2
    • Grains: Pilsner, Wheat, Aromatic
    • Yeast: Forbidden Fruit
    • Hops: Motueka, Saphir

    This Belgian Witbier is a nice light brew for those days when you just need a light refreshing brew. With Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Lemon Grass and Coriander. This is the 3rd in our family series of brews. Lolo’s Wit won a 1st place a few years ago and multiple breweries wanted to brew it. […]

  • Scottish Mist

    • ABV: 3.5
    • IBU: 14.1
    • OG: 1.039
    • FG: 1.004
    • Color: 18.3
    • Grains: Swaen 2 Row, pale chocolate, peated malt
    • Yeast: London Ale
    • Hops: Goldings, HBC 472
    • Availability: Kegged

    This is a very light & very quaffable brew. Just 3.5% ABV In traditional brewing of Scottish ales these brews were mashed with one or at most two steps, usually at high temperature (often above 160F!) and sparged slowly and often fermented at relatively cold temperatures. Bitterness is low, resulting in a malty beer. The […]

  • Meggie Mo Maibock

    Meggie Mo Maibock from Littleport #5 This was a family project, brewed with help of two brothers and named after our goddaughter! This is a relatively pale & smooth, yet strong (just like her) lager. Medium bodied with notes of honey (just like her), it has a slight toasted, malty aroma and low & spicy […]

  • Latka Light Bohemian Lager

    This is a pale lager made with Bohemian yeast, malts and hops, and not as sweet as the higher ABV version. This has been the best selling beer for our first year as a brewery. This is our light version, the heavier version coming in at 9.2% to 12.7% ABV, while this one is just […]

Naked Jubota Strong Scotch Ale

This beer was chosen by a close friend to become our version of another commercial brew. Whilst it fermented, that friend was accidentally shot in the stomach by a careless northern woodsman. Touch and go, the friend survived, and we named it after his tortuous ordeal. Happily, the location of the bullet was not in the body part the original beer was named for, nor did it have the effect the original beer described. Care to guess which beer the original was?

We now have on tap a lighter session version of this beer.

Naked Jubota Strong Scotch Ale from Littleport $6/pint #8

Deeply malty, with a bit of caramel flavor, some will detect a peaty, earthy and/or smoky aroma from the addition of peated malt. Also known as a “wee heavy.” Hops, which are not native to Scotland and were expensive to import, were kept to a minimum. This is 6.5% ABV. 37 IBU Calories: 310 kcal/pint

Helles a Place on Earth

This Helles/Maibock is a pale, strong, malty lager beer. Slightly hoppier than your average bock, this one is too good to just serve the traditional springtime and the month of May. A pale version of a traditional bock, this is a Munich Helles brewed to bock strength. Dark and rich malt flavors but drier, hoppier, and more bitter than a traditional bock.

American and German Pilsner malts and Pale malt from the Netherlands combine with German and American hops and Munich Lager yeast to build this Racine style Imperial Helles Bock. Pale, strong, malty and hoppy- the hops in a Helles are a bit stronger than in most other bocks. 8.1% ABV 47 IBUs Calories: 237.3 kcal/12oz $6/pint

Kam’s Cream City Ale

You can’t brew in a Cream City brick building without making a Cream Ale, right?

Here it is: a beer that is a full flavored, albeit less filling “lawnmower” ale that can be quaffed anytime. Pale malt, a little flaked corn and three different hops give this beer a fresh clean flavor when you just need to quench your thirst. To top it off, we made many different versions of this brew, including Pecan Cream, Campfire Cream, Casper Cream, Hazelnut, Pumpkin Spice, and many more…

Sold Out, but Coming Back Soon, the four most popular flavors!

Maddy Mo Red Ale

While most of our building was built with Cream City brick from Racine’s quarry located at what is now the Racine Zoo, the lean-to addition to the building was torn down in the 1890’s and rebuilt using Chicago Red style bricks. So here is the Red Ale to go with the Cream Ale representing our building’s past. This is a malty brew, initially sweet on the palate, it finishes with a pleasant dryness.

Maddy Mo Red Irish American Ale from Littleport #11 LOW Gluten! We took our standard Irish Red Ale recipe, and, due to the imported grain shortage, replaced all the German and Irish grains we normally used with American grains. The result is a slightly lighter, less malty version of our Irish red ale with a hint of coffee. We then used a product called Clarity Ferm which makes this a very low gluten beer, well below most individual’s gluten intolerance levels. Beers treated with Clarity Ferm test at 10 ppm of gluten, below the 20 ppm which is the FDA’s limit for gluten-free products. Tested and approved by Leslie, our gluten intolerance familial member. Calories: 143 kcal/12oz 4.4% ABV, 23 IBU $5.00/pint