Craft Import Beers

Hop Head Hop Head Red Ale

Resinous hop character and bitterness balance the rich carmel malt base. We took it a step further andAmarillo dry-hopped the brew to 45 ibu’s, creating refreshing and savory hop flavors and aromas. Is it red IPA? That’s your call.

ABV: 6% IBU’s: 45

Winner: 2008 – Gold Medal American-Amber/Red Ale

Winner: 2007 – Silver Medal American-Style Amber/Red Ale

Brooklyn Summer Ale

Brooklyn Summer Ale

Brooklyn Summer Ale is a mondern rendition of the “Light Dinner Ales” brerwed in England in the 40’s. They were also called “luncheon ales” or even “family ales,” because they were refreshing and flavorful without being too heavy. We brew Brooklyn Summer Ale from premium English barley malt, which gives the kight-bodied, golden beer a fresh, bready flavor. German and American hops lenda light, crisp bitterness and a citru/floral aroma, resulting in a beerr with a very sunny disposition.

Pairs Well With: Excellent with salads, seafood, quiches and lightly spiced dishes. It’s also great at lunch!

ABV: 4.5%


Widmer Sunburn Summer

Inspired by the long and hopefully hot days of summer fun, Sunburn is a refreshing tribute to the Brothers Widmer and their unending dedication to making beer people love as much as they do. This radiant golden ale is the perfect protection factor as the mercury climbs. The light caramel body and Citra dry hopping provide a balanced and flavorful beer that’s sure to refresh any summer afternoon.

ABV: 4.3%
IBUs: 15

Pranqster Pranqster

(Belgian Style Golden Ale)

Belgian Ales represent the height of the brewers’ art. Sophisticated brewing techniques, yeast blends and unique flavoring elements have elevated the beers of Belgium to the status enjoyed by wine in other countries. Pranqster follows in this tradition using a mixed culture of antique yeast strains that produce a floral nose, a full fruity flavor and a clean finish. This wonderful Belgian Style Golden Ale is a soft golden color.

ABV: 7.6%
IBUs: 20


It’s Rahr’s very first beer- golden medium-bodied and brewed as a traditional Munich Helles style pale lager. It features a rounded maltiness without being too heavy. Brewery History “It is because of this rich history we decided to continue in the paths of my ancestors and open our own brewery – Rahr & Sons Brewing, in the town of Fort Worth, Texas – a town very dear to my heart. We will follow in the traditions of my family and brew majestic lagers and rich ales using age-old recipes in the styles of the Rahr brew masters of the past. We are dedicated to brewing only the finest beers possible – we hope you enjoy drinking them!” – Frederick William Rahr, Jr. Availability Year Round Food Pairings German Cuisine, Fish, Shellfish, Pork, Gouda & Swiss Cheese Nutritional Information

• ABV: 4.8
• IBU: 22.0
• SRM: 3.5

New Belgium Somersault Ale

Somersault Ale was designed to be a fun roll around on the tongue while requiring only the minimum of palate gymnastics. In other words, this perfect summer lounge around beer is ridiculously fun and easy to drink. Even though the second Somersault goes down as effortlessly the first, our brewer Grady actually has quite a few remarkable notes at play in the nose, flavor and mouthfeel. There is an opening brace of citrus aroma from Centennial hops, a soft apricot fruitiness tucked into the flavor, a fresh snap from a sliver of ginger root, finished with oats in a long cool mash. Color is blonde with a suggestion of cloudiness. Somersaults all around! Just the facts Ma'am...

ABV - 5.2%
IBU - 28
Calories - 130
Hops - Centennial- Medium intensity with floral and citrus tones. Very balanced hop, sometimes called a super Cascade.
Malts - Pale, Caramel + Oats
OG - 14.7 TG - 2.03



Most breweries have at least one piece of equipment that’s just a bit persnickity. Here at Boulevard we have fermenter number seven, the black sheep of our cellar family. Ironically, when our brewers were experimenting with variations on a traditional Belgian-style farmhouse ale, the perfect combination of elements came together in that very vessel. You could call it fate, but they called it Tank 7, and so it is. Beginning with a big surge of fruity aromatics and grapefruit-hoppy notes, the flavor of this complex, straw-colored ale tapers off to a peppery, dry finish.

Color (EBC) 12
Bitterness (IBUs) 38
Original Gravity (Plato) 17.3
Terminal Gravity (Plato) 2.5
Alcohol (ABV) 8%
CO2 - Bottles 3.5 vol. (7.0 g/L)
CO2 - Kegs 2.5

In Montana, many classic memories are made right after someone says, “Hold my beer and watch this.” These bold, assertive moments deserve a bold, assertive beer – Big Sky IPA. A distinct hop presence and malty backbone will leave you refreshed and ready for your moment of glory. Hang on tight and enjoy the ride.

Big Sky IPA has 65 IBU's, 5% alcohol by weight, and 6.2% alcohol by volume,