Attention Hop Lovers: This medium-bodied, copper
colored Ale is sure to please. Nugget, Crystal, and
Centennial Hops are abundantly used in the kettle boil. It is then dry hopped with Amarillo in the fermenter.
This straw-colored brew is fashioned after great
American light Lagers. Flavorful while being easy
to drink makes this Lager a year round favorite.
The fiery color and unique thirst-quenching hop
profile gives this Amber Ale a flavor all its own.
Hand-selected Cascade hops from the Yakima Valley
provide a distinct citrus flavor, while still allowing
a subtle malty sweetness to show through.
This medium-bodied Ale is characterized by its rich,
chewy sweetness. The interplay of seven different
malts produces a slight toffee and chocolate flavor.
This is the beer to choose if you’ve never tried
dark beer before. A ChopHouse staff favorite.
Black malt creates the intense color, while adding
a touch of roasted flavor to this smooth and
luscious beer. Hand milled whole oats enhance
the creaminess of this Stout. This brew is served
with a nitrogen blend to give a smooth finish.
Brewer’s Marker & Seasonal Brew
The sixth and seventh taps at the District ChopHouse
are Barrett’s choice. Dedicated to varied and
interesting special and seasonal styles, Barrett
brews these beers in smaller batches to keep the
selection rotating. There’s always something new.
Ask your server about our current offerings.
A portion of our Oatmeal Stout is aged in Woodford
Reserve Bourbon barrels. Six weeks of conditioning
lend it a bourbon overtone with mellow vanilla
flavors from the American White Oak barrels.
Served cool, not cold, via a traditional English beer
engine. Intense and bold! Try it with dessert.
Our “Velvet” selection is a nitrogenated version
of one of our other beers. Instead of using CO2 to
dispense this beer, we use nitrogen, which gives
it a creamier head and a velvety smoothness.
This selection changes often so ask your
server about our current offering.