Roc Brewing Co.

Our Beers

  • On Tap

    Brassy Pants

    A Belgian Golden Strong Ale

  • On Tap

    White Tap

    Originally brewed with hand picked hops, by our staff at the Tap and Mallet, this White IPA is brewed with all local Cascade hops.

  • Moo.2

    Brother to the Moo Shake Stout, this version is an Oatmeal Milk Stout with subtle notes of chocolate.

  • Moo Shake Stout

    Oatmeal Milk Stout

  • On Tap

    Mocha Porter

  • On Tap

    Ugly Sweater

    A Winter Warmer

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  • Sweet Chai of Mine

  • Red Nutz!

    Dry-Hopped Nut Red Ale

  • Sassypants

    A spicy Belgian-style saison with spicy jalapeño and a touch of tropical fruit. The perfect balance of sweet and spicy!

  • BADASS

    A juicy, aromatic double IPA

  • On Tap

    CnD III

    Sessionable IPA

  • CnD II

    Sessionable IPA

  • Dude’s Brew

    Dude’s Brew is a smooth, full-bodied porter that brings forth rich chocolate flavors with a hint of hops to balance out some of the roasted notes. Go ahead and indulge. You deserve it.

  • Heffield

    A dry hopped American wheat that can quench the most insatiable summer thirsts. We’re talking about a beer with a real beach body that’s sharp enough to pique your olfactory and enough heft (from the wheat) to whisk you away to your favorite warm weather place. Once you’re there, its bright blend of hops brings your tongue to an island of flavors including peach, pineapple, and ruby red grapefruit.

  • Dude’s Brew Porter

    A chewy, chocolatety porter brewed specially to mark the Dude’s Night Out’s 1st anniversary and their gallery space at the brewery. The art runs through the month of April – we hope the beer will last as long as the exhibit does.

  • On Tap golden

    Golden Pale Ale

    This flavorful, drinkable Golden Pale Ale begins with an aroma of floral hops that leads you into a world of balance. Hops and sweet malt are certain to please the palate and in the finish a hint of honey leaves you wanting more. This ale is an enjoyable session beer that some may call an American twist on an English Pale Ale. An ideal “crossover beer,” this Golden Pale is a great gateway for those entering the world of craft beers. Best enjoyed with light summer fare and good friends.

  • On Tap Roc Brewing Irish Red Ale

    Cullinan’s Revival

    This Irish Red Ale has a reddish-amber hue that starts with a deep, malty backbone complimented by a subtle but noticible hop bitterness in the beginning. It finishes with sweet malt notes leading into a crisp, dry finish. This all-seasonal brew pairs with intense, flavorful foods (such as cajun or BBQ), or is perfect by itself. We know you will love every sip!

  • On Tap Roc Brewing English Dark Mild

    Dark Mild

    Small beer, big ego. This mahogany colored ale is a delightful medley of malted barley. As you peel back the layers of malt, you’ll discover a delicate beer surrounded with complexity and blended with the flavors of toasted bread and chocolate cake. There’s even a hint of coffee for that roasted dry element your palate craves. The Mild is best enjoyed fresh and prides itself as a low-alcohol session beer. Its dark facade and nutty finish provide an allure that is truly one of a kind. Our mild is well-suited for draught and cask conditioning. Hungry? We suggest pairing with grilled portobellos and seared beef garnished with truffle oil.

  • Roc Brewing IPA

    Vague IPA

    By definition an India Pale Ale is known for hops. 70 IBUs and an assertive array of American hops lay blankets of grapefruit, orange nectar, and sticky mango across your senses. This assortment will be certain to remain in your flavor memory. The background malt is reminiscent of graham cracker and faint caramel which adds subtle sweetness and toasted notes. An unabashed dosing of “dry-hops” gives way to abundant aroma and bright citrus flavor. Enjoy it in the company of good friends with barbecued chicken and mango-habanero salsa.

  • On Tap

    CnD Sessionable IPA

    In a world where “the more hops the better” is pretty much dogma, we decided to challenge the IPA norm. The result is less of a hop bomb with more grapefruit and pineapple flavors, and more drinkability. CnD is a truly sessionable IPA that keeps you coming back for more – or is it less? Either way, you’re sure to be pleased.