Ales On Tap
Enjoy a pint of McMenamins' finest!
Beer available to go at all McMenamins locations.
Brewer: Ryan Mott
Red Riser IRA - To celebrate the late winter months, McMenamins brewers have hand-crafted a delightful India Red Ale. Made from the finest malted barley, along with some rye malt, this red giant is generously hopped with a heavenly blend of aromatic hop varieties. The citrusy floral hop notes hit the nose in a prophetic burst of awareness that something wonderful is to follow. And it does. So enjoy the season and warm up with a pint of Red Riser IRA while you can.
Malts: Pilsner Malt, Marris Otter Pale Malt, Crystal Rye, Caramel Munich 40, Melanoidin, Roast
Hops: Galena, Nugget, Centennial, Cascade
OG: 1.070 TG: 1.015 ABV: 7.10 IBU: 98 SRM: 14
Buzz words: Garnet-hued, Citrusy-floral,Warming
Orange Goblin IPA - This India Pale Ale pours bright orange with an inviting frothy white head on top. Orange Goblin starts with a reserved fruity, almost spicy aroma. At first sip hop bitterness wells up over a malty undercurrent reminiscent of baking bread. The finish is hoppy and bitter and full of citrusy grapefruit like notes.
Malts: Premium Pale Malt, Victory Malt
Hops: Brewers Gold, Centennial, Cascade.
OG: 1.065 TG: 1.011 ABV: 6.97% IBU: 80 SRM: 5
Buzz words: Spicy, Citrusy, Hoppy
Apollo Ale - This NW style pale ale is characterized by a fruity, floral, and citrus like hoppiness. Apollo Pale is medium bodied with a mildly bready malt quality. The use of rolled oats gives this beer a nice smooth texture and drinkability.
Malts: GW Pale, GW Crystal 40L, Rolled Oats
Hops: Nugget, Amarillo, Cascade, Golding
OG: 1.050 TG: 1.007 ABV: 5.55 IBU: 43 SRM: 6
Buzz Words: Hoppy, Golden, Sessionable
Nebraska Bitter - This golden hued ale uses Cascade hops in modest amounts to create a subtle flavor and bitterness. It is named after Southwest Nebraska Street, the street that the Fulton Pub and Brewery is located, and where it was first brewed.
Malt: Premium Two Row, Crystal 40L
OG: 1.044 TG: 1.009 ABV: 4.52% IBU: 20 SRM: 4
Buzz words: Golden, Subtle, Refreshing
Oatmeal Stout - Fulton Oatmeal Stout is opaque and deep black. The rolled oats used in the mash tun lend a velvety texture as flavors of cocoa and milk chocolate pass over the palate; finished by a noticeable but very faint hop bitterness. This ale is poured on our nitrogen tap for added smoothness.
Malts: Pale Ale, Crystal 135/165, Chocolate, Roast, Rolled Oats
Hops: Nugget, Golding
OG: 1.054 TG: 1.014 ABV: 5.16% IBU: 25 SRM: 33
Buzz words: Black, Chocolate, Smooth
Electric Orange Weizen - A generous amount of high quality wheat malt is employed to give this beer a rich body and frothy white foam head. Spanish sweet orange peels are allowed to boil in the kettle for several minutes before this ale is sent to the fermenter. The result is a flavorful but citrusy and refreshing American style wheat beer.
Malt: Premium Two Row, Wheat, Crystal 40L
Hops: Cascade OG: 1.045 TG: 1.008 ABV: 4.77% IBU: 15 SRM: 4
Buzz words: Rich, Citrusy, Hazy
Yellow Jacket IPA - This recipe, first brewed at the Edgefield in 1999, has been taken out of the archives and brewed again at the Fulton. Yellow Jacket IPA is bright yellow and full of NW hop flavor. Chinook, Centennial, and Cascade hop varieties combine forces over a crisp body of Pale and Vienna malts. The result is a citrusy, hoppy, and quite refreshing IPA.
Malts: Premium Pale Malt, Vienna Hops: Chinook, Centennial, and Cascade
OG: 1.064 TG: 1.011 ABV: 6.84% IBU: 75 SRM: 4
Buzz words: Bright yellow, Hoppy, Citrusy
Sleepy Hollow Nut Brown - This longtime favorite has a chestnut color and medium body that will cast an otherworldly spell over you. The complex malt character, well balanced with Chinook and US Golding hops, will have you walking in a continual reverie. Legend has it that Ichabod Crane downed a few Nut Brown Ales listening to local ghost tales and scary legends at the Van Tassel merry-making party before his fateful trip home.
Malts: Pale Ale, Flaked Barley, Munich, C15 & C120 Crystal, Chocolate and Roast
Hops: Nugget and US Golding
OG: 1.050 TG: 1.011 ABV: 5.03% IBU: 17 SRM: 18
Buzz words: Well-balanced, nutty and fanciful
Hammerhead - A classic Northwest pale ale and McMenamins top selling beer. This rich chestnut colored gem is a model of harmony between hops and malted barley. Hammerhead's signature Cascade hop nose and intense hopped flavor blend nicely with the caramel tones from the crystal malt. This beer has a vocal following. To run out is an unforgivable sin.
Malts: Premium 2-row Malt and 75L Crystal Malt
OG: 1.056 TG 1.010 ABV: 5.93% IBU: 44 SRM: 11
Buzz Words: Hoppy, Amber, Caramel
Ruby - One of our most popular standards, we still make Ruby with the same aims we had when brewing the first batch back in March 1986: To create an ale light, crisp and refreshingly fruity. Great Western Premium 2-row and 42 pounds of Oregon-grown and processed raspberry puree is used to craft every colorful batch. Simple but delicious. Taste the original!
Malt: Premium 2-row Malt
OG: 1.039 TG: 1.005 ABV: 4.39% IBU: 5 SRM: 3
Buzz Words: Raspberry, light, refreshing
Terminator Stout - Black as the darkest night, rich as the most decadent dessert, Terminator is for the true stout lover. This is a full bodied and flavor packed ale which draws its robust complexity from kiln-baked specialty grains. Look for a wide array of toasted, chocolate, nutty and coffee-like flavors in every pint! The devoted swear by it, and it remains one of our top selling ales year after year.
Malts: Premium 2-row Malt, Munich Malt, 40L Crystal, and Black Barley
Hops: Chinook and Cascade
OG: 1.065 TG: 1.015 ABV: 6.45% IBU: 30 SRM: 35
Buzz Words: Roasty, Black, Coffee
Glossary of Brewing Terms
OG - Original Gravity, the amount of dissolved solids/sugars in the wort before fermentation.
TG - Terminal Gravity, The amount of dissolved solids/sugars post-fermentation. The difference in the O.G. and T.G. determine the ABV of the beer produced.
ABV - Alcohol By Volume, a standard measure of how much alcohol (ethanol) is contained in an alcoholic beverage.
IBU - International Bitterness Unit, a measurement used to show the level of bitterness in beer. Larger number = Higher level of bitterness.
SRM - Standard Reference Method, a scale used to classify the color of beer in the USA. Larger number = Darker beer.