WHAT’S ON TAP
'95 Pale Ale 5.0%
The very first beer Triumph ever brewed in 1995 was a Pale Ale. For our 20th Anniversary, we decided to dig through our files and resurrect this easy-drinking ale with nice hop presence.
Amber Ale 5.4%
Brewed in a Pacific-Northwest style. Its sweet malty taste is balanced with a generous helping of Cascade hops.
Vienna Lager 5.3%
This amber lager has toasty malt flavors accentuated by European Noble hops in a medium-bodied beer.
Brunch Stout 8.1%
It’s everything you’ve ever wanted in a stout and much, much more. Oatmeal, coffee (provided by our friends at small world), milk sugar, and chocolate, all in imperial proportions.
Bengal Gold IPA 6.6%
The hefty alcohol content and generous hopping rate once needed to keep beer fresh on the long voyage to India gave rise to this popular style.
Petite Framboise 4.9%
The name means "little raspberry," and it's our version of the Belgian staple. Made from light malt, sour cultures, and a heaping dose of raspberries, this pink drink is great for summer time.
Nutt's Brown Ale (hand pump) 5.5%
Brown ale is the North Country’s counterpart to the pale ales of Burton-on- Trent. Two Yorkshire breweries, Samuel Smith and Newcastle, have brought the style worldwide popularity.