Barcelona, Mailander, Paprika, and Parmesan salamis paired with Horseradish Havarti, Smoked Gouda, and 2 featured sheep's milk cheeses crafted in Larkspur, co. Served with Devil's Head Red mustard, pickled peppers and onions, and a warm pretzel baguette.10.95
Two large braided pretzels baked locally. served warm with mustard made from our hand-crafted beer.5.50
Made from scratch with our british mild and served with a warm pretzel roll.5.50
Our sandwich selection varies daily and is provided by several area chefs! Thanks to our friends at Taste of Life, Front Range BBQ, Scnitzelfritz Deli, Parked Pierogi, and on Super Special occasions a local food truck! Check the Daily Board for today's selection.
Our Daily Soup selection is catered by several area chefs! Check the daily board for today's selection.
Elephant Rock is a massive sandstone formation imposing itself above the wilderness near Palmer Lake. It's a wild, natural wonder and a rewarding sight for those who venture to find it. Our American IPA has a bold, commanding spirit worthy of the local landmark. Over two pounds per barrel of late-addition hops give Elephant Rock its resinous pine and bright citrus profile. It's monumental flavor worth discovering.
On a clear day, the view from the lookout tower atop Devils Head extends for hundreds of miles. It's from this highest peak in the Rampart Range that they've been spotting forest fires for nearly a century. This red ale is dedicated to those vigilant rangers keeping folks out of danger. It sports a fiery hue with a sweet toffee aroma and a palate full of caramel, cedar and toasty malt. Good eyes! You've spotted a great sip.
In 1859, they were shouting Pikes Peak or Bust! During one of America's greatest gold rushes, thousands of prospectors used the mountain as a beacon, guiding them across the Great Plains to their fortunes. Our Gold Rush is a full-flavored Belgian-inspired ale with notes of honey, clove and baking spice. Dig in and enjoy it, you've hit the mother lode.
Colorado Springs was founded as a resort town in the pristine wilderness. It attracted so many English tourists, many of whom had helped finance the town's railroad, that it garnered the nickname "Little London". In tribute, we present this English Mild. A most refreshing brown ale, it's malt-forward with dried fruit aromas that lead to a light body of roasted coffee, chocolate and walnut. It's a true session beer to start your retreat.
Zebulon Pike, caught ill equipped for the harsh conditions, never made it to the top of the mountain later named for him. Now, the summit house atop the peak provides explorers a warm respite from the elements year-round. You'll find the same comfort in our traditional oatmeal stout. It's a lush, creamy brew with a substantial head. Characteristic roast and nutty malt flavors finish with some lingering spice. It's sure to fortify you no matter what the weather outside.
The annual marathon up Pikes Peak is one of the country's most difficult. It demands a runner's full measure of determination and many are unable to finish. We've made this classic pale ale much more easy-going. It balances just enough citrus and bitterness against light body of smooth, golden malt. With a finish as clean as the air at 14,000 feet, it's a refreshing reward for a tough climb. Relax on this Ascent, you've earned it.
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