This unfiltered Kölsch is brewed with pilsner malt, Hallertau Mittelfrüh and fermented with Kölsch yeast. Notes of Crisp cracker, dried flowers, lemon, hay, and spice.

Kolsch  // 4.3%

The Eyes Ov Kludde

The Eyes Ov Kludde is new to The Faucets of Fatality and is our first Witbier that’s ready to crush on a hot day. We brewed this Witbier with coriander and Citra to pull that traditional orange zest character from the hops alone. Come grab a glass and feed your thirst.

Witbier // 5%

Cloud Killer

Inspired by the classic West Coast IPA we brewed this one with a nice malty backbone then hopped it with CTZ, Centennial and Citra hops for that classic citrus, pineapple and resinous bitter pine flavor.

West Coast IPA // 7.2%

Heavy Weaponry

We brewed this with lots of fluffy oats for a smooth and creamy body while using Citra, Mosaic, and Rakau in the whirlpool, as well as triple dry hopping. It hits with huge passionfruit, followed by juicy mango, resinous pineapple, and with a nose that is purely dank. Kind of like when you’re behind that one car on I-20.

IPA // 7.5%


Telekinetic has been a fan favorite since its inception. Brewed exclusively with Citra and Mosaic, this powerful IPA can kill a yak from 200 yards away…with mind bullets!

IPA // 7.2%

Scattered Hashbrowns

This crisp and refreshing IPA was brewed and dry hopped solely with Citra Hops for notes of ripe, juicy oranges.

IPA // 6.7%

Missed Opportunities

This heavily fruited sour ale is packed with mango, tangerine and peach for that perfect sweet pucker just in time for summer

Cottage Weisse // 6.4%

Food Court Slurpee

This newest version of one of our fan favorite sour ales is deliciously full of blueberries and raspberries

Cottage Weisse // 6.2%

Two Little Mice

This is our crushable milk stout infused with a rotating coffee from some of our favorite roasters and served on nitro, just like a cold brew. This version of 2LM was infused with a Guatemalan roast

Milk Stout // 3%

* Subject to availability. To-go beer available while supplies last.