WHAT’S ON TAP
We resurrected the recipe for the first beer Triumph brewed in '95. That beer was an easy drinking ale with a nice hop presence.
Brewed in a Pacific-Northwest style. Its sweet malty taste is balanced with a generous helping of Cascade hops.
This beer is similar to hefeweizen but lighter in body and characterized by the delicate nutty flavor of the ancient grain, spelt.
Irish Dry Stout
A tribute to the dry stouts of Dublin, roasted barley gives it a toasted, nutty flavor.
It's our old favorite, Bengal Gold IPA, only amplified by a factor of X. More malt, more hops, more strength.
20th Anniversary Ale
For our 20th, we decided to try something different. A combination of an American Strong Ale along with Belgian Golden Ale, flavored with honey, vanilla, coriander, and Belgian candi sugar. Cheers to 20 years!
Irish Red Ale (handpump)
As Ireland's OTHER native beer style, red ale is characterized by caramel malt flavors and roastiness.