The experience of a good beer that aligns with with one's preferences, environment, and even state of mind, can alter one's consciousness (not entirely due to the alcohol) and elevate one to a more pleasant existence. That experience, combined with the social joys of sharing beer, is what drives us at Urban Consequence.
In the taproom: We offer full (16 oz), half (8 oz), and sample (4 oz) pours of our beers and full and half pours of our hard seltzers (and sodas). If you'd like to sample several beers, we do "flex flights", where you can design your own flight by selecting sample pours of any (or all) of the beers. In other words, our flights don't have a set number of beers.
Crowlers: We have 32-oz Twistee crowlers to fill to your order so you can enjoy our beer anywhere! These metal crowlers seal better than glass growlers, so they keep the beer fresher longer (although we recommend keeping them refrigerated as much as possible). However, the twist tops allow you to recap the crowler if you don't finish all the beer (as unlikely as that may be).
Kegs: We can do 1/6-BBL "sixtel" kegs (5.16 gallons) or 1/2-BBL (15.5 gallon) kegs. If you need it, we have pump and CO2-powered taps available for a refundable deposit. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and availability.
Collaborative Project with Grind City Brewing Company
We teamed up to create two unique brews! Starting Friday, September 22, both beers are available in both taprooms. Get them while they last!
Note: Hammock not included.
We try to keep these beers on tap because they seem to have broad appeal. We may occasionally substitute a seasonal variation (e.g., a dunkelwiezen for the hefeweizen). Note that the heading in no way refers to the fiber content.
5.0% ABV | 16 IBU
This is a traditional Bavarian beer in which at least half the malt is wheat, rather than barley. It's also made with a particular type of yeast that produces clove and/or banana aromas. It is light and refreshing.
Irish Red Ale with Rye
5.9% ABV | 25 IBU
This is a basic, traditional, Irish red ale that is brewed using a specific type of yeast. We add some rye malt, which lightens the color and makes it a bit dryer.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Milk Stout
7.6% ABV | 36 IBU
This one is pretty much as described. It's a dark beer with chocolate, lactose, and peanut butter.
Note 1: This has much less lactose than milk, but you might want to be cautious if you're lactose intolerant.
Note 2: We do NOT use real peanut butter, but the flavoring is made in a facility that does process peanuts.
5.4% ABV | 76 IBU
Ever cut your own pinewood? If so, the taste and smell of this West-Coast style IPA might trigger that memory. Chinook and Simcoe hops give this a piney and woody flavor and aroma, with plenty of bitterness. After you drink it, give it a moment before you judge it.
Brewing small batches makes it relatively feasible for us to try new recipes and respond to customer interests. Watch here for our newest offerings.
4.8% ABV | 16 IBU
A Dunkelweizen (dark wheat) is a German style that shares some characteristics with a Hefeweizen, but has a more malty and bready flavor. Thanks to an alternate yeast, this beer isn't as "Dunkel" as we expected, but it's still darker and more bready than our Hefe.
Kveik Helles Lager
5.4% ABV | 25 IBU
A malty beer that has something to hide. True lagers are fermented at very low temperature over relatively long periods. This one uses a Kveik yeast that works very quickly and at higher temperatures.
Blood Orange Blonde
5.2% ABV | 18 IBU
For a Halloween treat, this bloody (orange) blonde is light, fruity, and refreshing. Blonde ale is sometimes referred to as a "gateway beer" because it is so light and clean. The added blood orange flavor is a bonus!
Lychee Berliner Weisse
2.8% ABV | 6 IBU
Berliner Weisse is a low-alcohol sour beer made from wheat and barley. The lychee flavor complements this foundation for a refreshing summer treat.
5.3% ABV | 0 IBU
Clean and crisp, our seltzer flavors will likely change periodically. Our current offerings are:
Note: There's no gluten in the ingredients we use to make our hard seltzers, but the seltzer is made in the same vessels as the beer. We thoroughly clean the vessels between batches, but there may be trace amounts of gluten.