We are about excellent craft beer, lasting friendships and a commitment to seeking the good. You can expect a well-rounded set of exceptional beers in the taproom available year round. We strive clean flavors and approachable, drinkable beers. We're always crafting and experimenting, so check back often to stay in the know for what beers are currently on our taps, in the hopper and archived from seasons past. Looking for food? We don't currently have food options, but feel free to grab something from any of the fine establishments in the area and bring it on in. No matter what's on tap, there's always something more to share at Shakopee Brewhall.
A lighter Amber offering with notes of caramel and slight citrus on the nose and flavors of caramel and treacle. Very drinkable with just a hint of lingering sweetness.
Originating from a region on the Belgian/French border, the Grisette is an easy drinking Farmhouse style ale very similar to the traditional Saison. Boasting a nose of citrus peel, apple blossom and just a hint of clove, with complimentary flavors as well as fresh wheat bread. This beer finishes extremely dry, that may be perceived as slightly tart. The perfect beer for the Saison/Farmhouse lover and light beer drinker alike!
This Double IPA is full of honey and orange aromas with just a hint of anise from the heavy use of Willamette, Centennial and Columbus hops. Expect a fairly balanaced beer that offers a strong malty background dripping of orange zest and light cucumber flavors that compliments a firm and lingering bitterness. This may be your new favorite beer, just remember that it's 8.2%!
A somewhat medium dry offering that pours dark brown to garnet with a slightly tan head. Flavors of bittersweet chocolate, cola and toasted biscuit dominate. This is an easy drinking lage that will taste even better with a second pint!
An extremely easy drinking lager, with aromas of pilsner malt that are complimented by slight floral, and biscuit tones. Creamy and mild, this beer tastes slightly malty with a medium to low carbonation.
Monaghan stems from Ben's family roots in Ireland. This Irish Red is perfect for the season ahead. Spring into a pint and expect smooth, subtle flavors of caramel and toasted bread crusts.
One of the early names of the city of Shakopee was “Sha K’ Pay”. Just as our Holmes Landing pays homage to a previous city name, we felt this latest release continue the Brewhall’s effort to recognize Shakopee’s rich history and strong future! Come in and enjoy this new IPA! With hop varieties that include: Azacca, Bravo, Centennial and more, this IPA leans more to the citrus...
This style of beer was the turning point in Ben's career path. Having tasted the Tropical Stout, he shifted his career path from a teacher to a brewer. With the addition of honey, expect a sweet, chocolate flavor and a sweet kiss at the finish that leave you anxious to raise your glass again!
When dusk falls, everything begins to mellow out. The same is true with this beer. A dark saison that has a milder character to our everyday Holmes Landing. With hints of dried raisins, bittersweet cocoa, and a mellow spiciness from a heafty dose of rye. The perfect beer for after work as the light begins to fade in the windows.
With a great mix of Guatemalan cold press coffee from MunkaBeans and milk (lactose), get ready for a smooth and enjoyable ride!
A legendary Loch monster from Scotlan, Morag, rears her head at the Brewhall. With a deep brown color and heavy malt character, the sweet and complex flavors of dried plum and dark cherry this is sure to keep you warm at night.
Beer is normally dispensed with a 70% CO2 and 30% Nitrogen mixture, however a Nitro beer is the opposite, 70% Nitrogen and 30% CO2. Nitro beers tend to have a creamy mouth-feel and smoother quality. They tend to push hoppy flavors down and bring a maltiness to the top of the flavor profile.
More news brews to come...
As we continue to brew up new beers, we'll keep you posted.