2439 ATWOOD AVENUE • 608.729.3683
Serving: Monday: 4 pm – 10 pm
Tuesday: 11 am – 10 pm
Wednesday & Thursday: 11 am – 11 pm
Friday & Saturday: 11 am – Midnight
Sunday: 11 am – 9 pm
Saturday & Sunday Brunch: 11 am — 3 pm
Blonde Ale. Like those days of youth when we joyously lapped up gulps from the spigot during a day of hot summer play. Bubbler hits the spot. Refreshing, smooth and well balanced with a clean, zest-quenching finish. It’s the craft beer for the light beer drinker. Let out that ahhh.
American Pale Ale (APA). With each sip you glide along a crisp, golden path. Pausing for those moments when the rolling mosaic of flavors capture your palate. While enjoying a generous hop aroma that guides the entire experience–without leading you to an overly bitter finish. Kaleidospoke. Hop on, and enjoy the ride.
India Pale Ale (IPA). And from the darkness did Luminous cast a glow upon the world of India Pale Ales. Its pale crystal malt generating a very light color unique to the style. The medium body and citrusy aromas illuminating a well-rounded bitterness that finishes clean. For a flavor that shines, plug in. Turn on. Come to the light!
Red Ale. Deep ruby red, medium body ale. Dark crystal and slightly roasty malt aroma with pine and citrus hop aroma. Dry hopped with Cascade and Centennial hops. 6.2% ABV, 50 IBU.
Robust Porter. Two types of chocolate malt give rise to a roast malt flavor reminiscent of the dark(side) chocolate with a long toasted finish. This medium bodied beer drinks smooth and features caramel and coffee aromas. 5.5% ABV, 29 IBU.
Saison. Ale Brewed with Peach Blossoms, Lavender & White Tea. Behold, from the beer garden of Eden does this seductive saison call. Blooming with the aroma of earthly pleasures, take a floral journey through peach blossoms, lavender and white tea as you relish in a slight spiciness just bursting with effervescence. It’s lively. It’s vivacious. It’s Livacious. Succumb to the desire!
Scotch Ale. That scratching at the door of a full-bodied drinking experience means only one thing: It’s time to let the big dog in. Big and bold. Silky and strong. Pop the top, and take a bite!
Pineapple Sour Blonde Ale. A nicely crafted kettle sour. This unique blonde ale screams with refreshing tastes of pineapple and finishing with a gentle tartness. Beautiful aroma that matches what you would expect. Kettle soured. Pineapple is added with Hersbrucker dry hops. Delightful pineapple aroma, tart and super refreshing. 6.7% ABV, 15 IBU So good you'll swear by it!
Belgian-style Imperial India Pale Ale. Aggressively hopped, quite spicy, fierce. Named for an employee’s brother’s Army Aviation unit. The malt in this beer (German and Belgian) is secondary to the Belgian yeast character and the aggressive American hop varietals. ~7.8% ABV and ~85 IBU.
Gose. Made with more than 50% malted wheat, Pilsen malt, coriander seed and a dash of salt. Effervescent, crisp, slightly citrusy beer. This traditional German beer is the perfect quencher for summertime thirst! 5.2% ABV, 15 IBU
Imperial Brown Ale. Despite being big and brown, this beer isn't too Chewie. Hops take a back seat to the chocolate malt notes. Fit for the halls of Kashyyyk or those of you Wookie enough to try it on tap here. 7.5% ABV, 32 IBU.
American Sour Ale. Brewed with tart cherries featuring aromas of cherry skin and brown sugar which finishes dry with a lingering baker's chocolate note. 6.0% ABV
Double IPA. A big, yet light bodied beer with a very subtle malt profile. Mash hopped, kettle hopped, whirlpool hopped and dry hopped with predominantly Simcoe and Bramling Cross. Loaded with hop flavor, fruity aroma and a clean bitter finish. Named after saws used to cut and harvest ice from Lake Monona and other WI lakes prior to refrigeration. 8.5% ABV, 7 SRM, 100+ IBU.
American Stout. Bold hop character with notes of chocolate and coffee derived from chocolate and roasted barley malts. Named after the tenacious Civil War infantry brigade, which primarily consisted of the 2nd, 6th, and 7th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiments. 6.1% ABV, 59 IBU, 44+ SRM.
Oktoberfest Style Ale. Traditional Oktoberfest beers are brewed with lager yeast in March (Märzen) and lagered through the summer months; however, our Nextdoorberfest is brewed with our house ale yeast and is not lagered. We use Pilsen, Vienna and Munich malts and noble hops. Clean, crisp, amber-orange in color, complex maltiness and slightly nutty. 5.2% ABV, 24 IBU
Russian Imperial Rye Stout. Get ready for the “rye”-d of your life! This imperial stout has some bite from the rye and will send you into space! It’s practically an assault on your senses, comrade! 8.5% ABV, 65 IBU.