On Tap

Week of: September 9th, 2019


Cumulus Tropicalus

6.5% ABV 60 IBU

A favorite of ColdFire fans, our Cumulus is brewed frequently and best drank fresh. A cloudy, citrusy IPA with flavors of peach, passion fruit, and grapefruit.

St. James IRA

6.1% ABV 60 IBU

Named after ColdFire’s own patron saint, this malty, biscuity red ale is balanced by generous additions of dry hops. St. James took home the 2017 Great American Beer Fest Silver Medal for the Double Red.

Goldenrye

5.4% ABV 22 IBU


Light refreshment with notes of Tropical fruit, citrus, mint and berry.

Belgian Dark Strong

A limited edition naturally carbonated Belgian Dark.

cirrus citrus

5.7% ABV 39 IBU

Brewed to celebrate, this cloudy little pale ale is bursting with aroma and flavor. Hopped with Motueka, CTZ, Mosaic, El Dorado

Kite String IPA

6.4% ABV 63 IBU

A favorite among the brewing team, the Kite String IPA is our tribute to all that is beautiful with the West Coast IPA. Old school hops meet newer, juicy, tropical varieties in the delicious, refreshing homage to our roots.

Munich Helles

4.9% ABV 18 IBU

Bready, bright, uncomplicated

Fresh hop centennial

6.4% ABV 50 IBU

Bright-Lemon, citrus, pine and a touch of tropical fruit

American Stout

6.5% ABV 65 IBU

Roasted coffee with chocolate.

Summer in Belgium

ABV 4.5%,

Brewed for our first Oregon Brewers Festival, Summer is a golden version of the standard Belgian Table Beer. Yuzu and Grains of paradise helped us achieve bright citrus notes and a little spice in this light bodied and lower alcohol percentage easy drinker

Lupulin crush

7.5% ABV XX IBU

This fan favorite is back, featuring some of our favorite hops like Galaxy and Simcoe, and backed with a NorthWest style bitterness.

Summer Pale, nelson hop ed.

5.5% ABV 38 IBU

Summer is still going strong and we’ve got the beer to go with it. Hopped one of our favorite hops, Nelson Sauvin, it promotes flavors and aromas of citrus, guava, Poha berry, lychee honey dew

46 Stone

5% ABV 0 IBU

46 Stone was fermented in stainless with Lactobacillus Planterum and finished with a neutral ale strain. Named for the traditional British unit of weight measurement (The stone), which correlates to the pounds of stone fruit we added to this batch of beer (644lb). Generously fruited, this ale has a bright, refreshing acidity, bold aroma and a balanced stone fruit flavor. We made this beer to celebrate the harvest of some of our favorite fruits.

Upcoming Beer releases

citra enlightenment

cryo fuzz (september-ish)