CURRENT MENU

Fine Creek Brewing Company's focus is to provide seasonal offerings based on what is locally available. The food and beer menus will constantly change week to week to reflect this philosophy.


Food Menu

March 21 - March 24

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SMOKED BRISKET SANDWICH w. Pickled Vegetables w. Cilantro . Wilted Turnip Green & Sriracha Aioli . Brioche Bun

GRILLED PIZZA w. Acorn-Fed Ibérico Spanish Chorizo . Roasted Red Peppers . Shaved Red Onions . Marinara . Mozzarella . Queso Cotija . Crushed Red Pepper 

WINGS w. Roasted Garlic & Parmesan Sauce (GF)

CHEESEBOARD w. Red Wine Cheddar . Humboldt Fog Goat’s Brie . Chai Bellavitano . Mango Ginger Stilton . Fruit . Nuts . Demi Baguette (GFO, Veg)

SMOKED SALMON w. Horseradish Cream & Crostini (GFO)

BRUSCHETTA w. Goat Cheese . Tomatoes . Basil . Balsamic (Veg) 

SALAD w. Greens from Shalom Farms . Radishes from Broadfork Farm . Marcona Almonds . Shaved Spanish Manchego . Micros . Sherry Vinaigrette (GF, DFO, Veg) 

SMOKED TROUT RILLETTES w. White Wine . Lemon .  Bread (GFO) 

*Menu is subject to change. 
*All food prepared in a kitchen that uses nuts, wheat, soy, dairy, and shellfish


Draft Beer Options

w. tasting notes

NEW THIS WEEK


Crowler Pre-Order Form

Order 32-oz crowlers here of any beer on draft PRIOR to opening hours or for a FOLLOWING OPEN DAY and we'll have your beer ready for pickup!

15% off orders of 3 or more

ID will be checked and payment can be made at time of pickup

Name *
Name
Desired Pick-Up Date *
Desired Pick-Up Date
Pick-Up Date cannot be same as Order Date.
Are you 21 years of age or older? *

HELLES LAGER 4.5% Alc. by Vol. Bread Doughy Sweetness . Lightly Malty . Crisp & Dry Finish

BARREL AGED IMPERIAL THAI TEA MILK STOUT w. RASPBERRIES 8.5% Alc. by Vol. Rich Chocolate . Raspberry Sharpness . Touch of Sweetness

DUFFY’S DRY IRISH STOUT 4% Alc. by Vol. Roasty . Coffee . Dark Chocolate

EAST KENT & DOWN ESB 4.75% Alc. by Vol. Bright and Fruity Hop Notes . Light Bodied . Smooth Malty Finish

NEW ZEALAND SAISON 6% Alc. by Vol. Lime & Lemongrass Aromas . Tropical Fruit

CASCADIAN BOHEME PILSNER 5% Alc. by Vol. Crisp & Dry . Herbal . Grapefruit

AZACCA PALE ALE 5% Alc. by Vol. Sweet Melon . Nectarine . Slight Haziness

HELLO NASTY DIPA 8% Alc. by Vol. Orange & Pineapple . Bright Bitter Finish

TRACTOR JUICE BELGIAN DIPA 8% Alc. by Vol. Tangerine . Pear . Dry Finish

BARREL AGED GOLDEN SOUR - Rested on Cabernet Pressings 5.5% Alc. by Vol. Fruity Tannins . Funky Notes . Oak Character

TIGER YUM YUM THAI TEA MILK STOUT 5% Alc. by Vol. Milk Chocolate . Vanilla . Black Tea

GRISETTE ACIDE 4.5% Alc. by Vol. Fruity Complexity . Apricot Aromas

     ~  Coming Soon  ~

DARK SOUR w/ CHERRIES 7% Alc. by Vol.

BARREL AGED NORWEGIAN FARMHOUSE ALE w. BRETT 7.5% Alc. by Vol. Orange and Pineapple Notes . Oak . Subtle Spice

AMERICAN STOUT 7% Alc. by Vol. Black Coffee . Dark Cacao . Medium/Full Bodied

We also offer a variety of non-alcoholic options, including sodas, House Made Seltzer Water, spring water, and coffee.


Bottled Beer Options

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WHISKEY BARREL AGED IMPERIAL PEATED PORTER

12% Alc. by Vol.

A small amount of peated malt lends a complex malt profile in this robust Imperial Porter. 6 months spent in Wyoming Whiskey barrels lends alcohol and American Oak to give barrel aged stouts a run for their money.


NEUTRAL WINE BARREL AGED OUD BRUIN

6.0% Alc. by Vol.

Chocolate and caramel malts blend with acidity and fruity flavors from a year-long mixed fermentation, resulting in a complex sour brown ale reminiscent of a tootsie pop with a touch of oak.


WINE BARREL AGED GOLDEN SOUR w. CABERNET SKINS

5.5% Alc. by Vol.

A blend of two mixed fermentation gold sours that have been fermenting in neutral wine barrels for over a year, then aged an additional month on Cabernet Sauvignon skins from Blenheim vineyards. The skins lend a beautiful blush color and fruity tannins to the fruity funky notes of the beer. All the bottles and kegs were allowed to naturally carbonate via a refermentation.