Below is a list of some but not all of what you might find on tap at Scrubby's.

For a more up-to-date printable list of what we are currently serving



Lager [4.4%abv]

Our house beer. Pleasantly light with straw color and a firm white head. This beer has a low ABV to keep you on top of your game. If you typically drink light beer, this one is probably for you. We'll even put a lime in it if you ask nicely.


Kölsch [4.5%abv]

Pilsner malt and noble hops combine in this crisp, clean, classic German-style ale. Lederhosen not required.


American Wheat [4.5%abv]

Similar to Blue Moon. Slightly cloudy, light and refreshing. Brewed with bitter orange peel and crushed coriander. Served with an orange wedge.


American Pale Ale [5.5%abv]

A beautiful golden orange to amber beer with a rich, full-bodied balance of malt and hops. 


India Pale Ale [5.5%abv]

We know a lot of you don't really like IPA, and that's OK. But this one is meant to be quaffable. It's a throwback to the IPA style before the IPA craze took over. It's a juicy blend of citrus and tropical fruit with a smooth medium body. Be not afraid.

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Golden Blonde [4.6%abv]

Sunshine in a glass. Fresh malt flavor in a light approachable ale. Delicious even if you didn't just finish mowing the lawn. 


Brown Mild [5.5%abv]

The outcast. Not commonly found around here, this beer falls somewhere between an amber and a stout. Think Newcastle or English Bitter. If you are in the mood for something different, give this one a try.


Belgian Wheat [5.0%abv]

Slightly hazy, with that classic Belgian "banana" yeast flavor and aroma. This beer has late addition bitter orange peel and crushed coriander. The head is brilliant white and lingering. 


Amber Ale [6.2%abv]

A really pleasant, malty ale, which isn't an easy thing to find in a world of IPAs. Surprisingly sessionable despite the slightly higher ABV. If you like Yuengling, you'll probably go for this.


Dry Irish Stout [4.5%abv]

In the "Guinness Style", this beer is rich, dry and thirst invoking. There are no additions to this recipe, but you'll taste chocolate and coffee from the roasted malts. Even people who don't like dark beer seem to love this one.


Double IPA [9.9%abv]

Even we can't resist the trend. This beer boasts over 1 oz of hops per gallon, consisting of Summit, Centennial, Cascade and Willamette. For those of you counting, it clocks in around 120 IBU. So yeah, it's pretty hoppy. 


Belgian Tripel [9.6%abv]

Such a drinkable beer for such a high ABV; be careful with this one!  The Belgian character shows through with a bit of heat and sweetness from the alcohol. By definition (triple), this beer has 3x the grain bill of a typical beer, so look for a nice strong malty backbone complimented by delicate hop bitterness. 

Look for these Seasonal Specialty Beers

Bourbon Barrel Porter
Release: Friday 11/19/21

A winter-time classic. Rich and dark. Aged on bourbon soaked oak chips. 

Winter Ale
Release: Late 2021/Early 2022

Still working on this recipe. Definitely going to be a rich amber with ginger and cinnamon. Maybe Cherry or Vanilla too. Or both. 

Lemongrass Wheat
Release: Summer 2022

We stole this idea when we heard that Jess' favorite beer was no longer in distribution. It's an American wheat beer with lemongrass, crushed coriander, bitter orange peel and crushed black peppercorns. Surprisingly refreshing. If you live around here, you might recognize it.


Release: 9/2022

A delicate balance of seven different malts create a rich sophisticated beer with a firm golden head. The 2021 batch ran out in record time, so be sure to come get some while supplies last.