Flagship Beers

Hackamore originals, always delicious.

Oatmeal Stout
ABV: 5.8%, IBU: 30

Growing up, our grandparents raised many animals, including potbelly pigs. This beer is named for them. The finest British malts combined with chocolate and caramel malts and a dash of oats and roasted malts give Potbelly a robust flavor with a smooth, velvety mouthfeel. We won’t ask for your help in the barn if you’re drinking this beer.

Can Crusher​
Cream Ale
ABV: 5.4%, IBU: 12

We learned the value of a buck crushing cans for our Grandfather. Hot summer days with bag upon bag of cans were commonplace during our childhood. Brewed with lightly kilned malts and a hefty dose of corn give this beer a satisfying full body while still being crushable. This beer goes great with all those chores you have to get done.

Let’s Go Hazy
New England IPA
ABV: 6.7%, IBU: n/A

We’d be remiss if we didn’t have a beer to honor “The Purple One” here in Chanhassen. A New England IPA brewed with Sabro and Strata hops. This brew has a soft mouthfeel and a hoppy backbone that might just make you go delirious. So Let’s Go Hazy, and party like it’s 1999!

American Light Lager
ABv: 4.2%, IBU: 8​

Named for the number our Grandfather wore, #14 is light and crisp, just like the beer he would drink. Made with Pilsner malts and other specialty ingredients and lightly hopped with German hops, this beer is light on body but full of flavor. This beer pairs perfectly with tinkering in the garage, after a long day at work, or at the dinner table.

Grandma’s Kitchen
Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Kettle Sour
ABV: 5.6%, IBU: 10

Coming into the house, Grandma always had something baking, usually with rhubarb from the garden in it. What better way to honor her than to make a beer with rhubarb! This beer is kettle soured with a special blend of bacteria, and then fully fermented with brewer’s yeast. We then add a heapin’ helping of strawberry and rhubarb to it. Drink this beer as a dessert, or whenever you feel like it.