Beers currently on tap at Seedstock Brewery:

Kolsch   4.4% ABV

Bready malt aroma, with a very clear light golden color.  Crisp cracker notes. Low to medium bitterness. Pairs well with a firm handshake.


Moravian Wheat   4.2% ABV
A straw-colored wheat beer that was inspired by our late Moravian Grandma.  Grandma was loving, but certainly not sweet!  This beer has a subtle aroma of sweet banana, but we hop this beer with our favorite Kazbek hops which gives it an earthy and very dry finish.  Pairs well with a Cheshire Cat grin (just like Grandma’s).

Czech Pilsner    5.6% ABV
Straw-yellow in color, with thick white head.  Complex and distinct pilsner aroma. Balanced bitterness with a clean, dry finish. Pairs well with a good hike.

Bohemian Ale    6.2% ABV
New copper in color with a slightly tart and citrus aroma.  Czech Kazbek hops provides an earthy spiciness combined with a slight citrus flavor.  Has a moderate hop bitterness at the finish. Pairs well with conversation.


Seedstock 14    5.3% ABV
This Czech-style beer is named using the European convention of degrees Plato.  Barley that was floor malted in the Czech Republic provides a very rich and aromatic flavor.  Brownish-red in color, with an earthy malt aroma and notes of toffee and raisin.  Finishes with just enough hop bitterness to balance the malty sweetness.  Pairs well with an old pair of shoes.


IPA    6.5% ABV
This is our 'No Coast' style IPA. Mosaic hop provides generous aroma of tangerine and grapefruit. Medium body, tropical citrus hop notes with moderate bitterness to create a sessionable beer. Pairs well with a comfortable chair.

Bohemian Dunkel  6.9% ABV
Czech dark lager, slight roasty toffee aroma. Not as sweet as its German neighbor, crisp clean finish. Pairs well with a fire pit.

Vanilla Espresso Stout  5.4% ABV
Mocha espresso aroma, with a full and creamy mouthfeel.  Taste starts with sweet vanilla, then finishes with roasty espresso. Pairs well with dessert.


Lichtenhainer  3.8% ABV
A sour, smoked, low gravity historical German wheat beer. Height of its popularity was the late 1800’s.  It is a pale beer that is brewed with smoked malts, slightly soured and very lightly hopped.  It has a smoky aroma and finishes with a slight tartness. Pairs well with a stein.