Our 7-Barrel series is named for our 7-barrel brew house on South 10th Street in Louisville, Kentucky. We offer a large variety of unique styles with this system.
February - March
One swig and you'll feel the Scottish wind underneath your kilt.
Heather Ale is thought to be one of the oldest styles of ales in the world. So to ring in spring, we took purple heather tips, paired it with a Scotch ale and created a minty, earthy and floral spring seasonal, giving you a unique taste you simply won't find in any other beer.
April - August
Easy Goer Session IPA
Official beer of skinny dipping.
Summer is here, so kick back with this Palisades and Citra-hopped Session IPA. It's full of flavor - the IPA bite you love, but carefully balanced so you can enjoy it all summer long.
September - October
The leaves are down, bottoms up!
Bust out your favorite fall jacket and warm your spirits with this nutty, earthy and spicy Harvest Ale. Brewed with five grains and flavored with molasses and pecans, it's perfect for fall festivals or after you've finished jumping in a big pile of leaves.
November - January
Red Rye Lager
Winter's here. Thank heavens there's beer.
Red in color. Unique in taste. Toasty Munich and sweet caramel malts are balanced carefully with the spiciness of rye and caraway to create a highly-sessionable seasonal.
What happens when bourbon lovers brew beer.
The Kentucky Common is a style of beer that started in Louisville. And at one point, more than 75 percent of Louisvillians drank Commons before the style disappeared during Prohibition. Today we craft this rich, easy-drinking ale with corn, barley and rye-just the way it used to be made.