Beer List

What's on Tap at Gentile Brewing


 Updated: September 12, 2019

Cans/Bottles To-Go


Our Summer Sour 2019 is available in limited quantities. A kettle-soured blonde ale with lemon peel and raspberry purée added. $10/bottle + dep, no limit.

Cans of Farmhouse and Hefeweizen also available. $16/4pk + dep.

Taproom Draft and Cans

Year-Round Beer

Blonde – 4.2%
Simple light malts paired with Tettnang and Mt. Hood hops to deliver a refreshing beer for any day or season.

IPA – 4.7%
Light caramel malts add a touch of sweetness to the bitterness provided by American and English hops, providing the way for a balanced beer with no palate fatigue.

Porter – 4.2%
A touch of roasted barley adds color to the darker caramel malt. Mt. Hood and Tettnang hops take the place of traditional hops to modernize this English classic.

Stout – 4.1%
Crystal and light caramel malts combined with roasted barley lay the foundation for Mt. Hood and East Kent Golding hops. Not too sweet, this beer finishes dry enough to have you coming back.

Rotational Beer

Double IPA – 8.1%
Our semi-annual brew of this behemoth commemorates the birth of The Brothers (our twin boys). A double punch of high alcohol and high flavor makes this a fun beer. At 8.1% ABV, this is a big one. Not too bitter, with great flavors of citrus and pine. Dry hopped with Cascade and Centennial. It will reappear for our business anniversary in March.

Grisette – 4.9%
As the story goes, this beer was made for Belgian coal miners and tended to have a bit more hops than traditional saisons. And since this is America, we dry-hopped it. This year we chose to blend Liberty and Loral. The beer is spicy with intense aromas of fresh cut grass.

Divergent Recipe #17 (cans and draft) – 5.9%
A bready IPA with German hops Grüngiest, Hull Melon and Hallertau Blanc. Flavors of grass, melon and white wine.

Dunkel – 5.4%
A dark German-style lager. Malt forward, lightly hopped with Tettnang.


Available in single cans to stay:

Hefeweizen – 4.8%
Made with 50% wheat and a subtle amount of noble hops, this beer has a nice snap to it! The beautiful fruity esters of the yeast come through without overpowering flavors of banana or clove.

Farmhouse – 5.2%
Brewed with pilsner base malt and 20% wheat this beer is light, dry and refreshing. Gently hopped with Mt. Hood and Tettnang and fermented with a saison yeast that is fruity and spicy. It is summer is liquid form!


Coming soon!

September 26 – Märzen – A German-style Oktoberfest beer. Orange in color and malt forward, this is the perfect beer to kick off the fall!

October 3 – Squash Porter – Brewed with 15 pounds per barrel of butternut squash and lightly spiced with a house blend of cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg and clove. Available for the first time in cans! And also, we are doing a German beer tap takeover! – Bringing back the Helles, Dunkel, Märzen and Hefeweizen for this weekend on the rotational taps. Prost!!!

I’ll be back…

American Table Beer – 4.5%
A session Belgian-style pale ale dry hopped with Comet and Teamaker hops. Flavors of lemonade and black tea.

Also, Helles and Hefeweizen on October 3.


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FRIDAY 4:00PM - 10:00PM