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Cloud Piercer NZ Pilsner

Cloud Piercer

New Zealand Pilsner
1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

Inspired by the Māori name for New Zealand’s highest mountain, Aoraki Mt. Cook, this lager is clean and crisp with New Zealand hops emitting tropical flavors and aromas. Mild hop bitterness with a light malt profile.

Fritz's Folly West Coast IPA

Fritz’s Folly

West Coast IPA
1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

Named after West Coast IPA’s creator Fritz Maytag, Fritz’s Folly is brewed and dry hopped with traditional Cascade hops for bittering and aroma with a medium-bodied malt profile.

Kranz Kolsch


1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

Kränz (meaning wreath) references the picturesque tray of Kölsch-filled stange glasses served at brewhouses in Cologne, Germany. This light ale, nicely balanced with malts and hops, is a favorite here at Archival.

The Duke Says Nein

The Duke Says Nein

1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

The Duke of Bavaria was ultimately the reason for the Reinheitsgebot, otherwise known as the German Purity Law, effectively putting out of production brews such as the Kottbusser. Brewed with the traditional wheat, oats, honey, and molasses, a clean ale with Kölsch yeast. Light and refreshing.



Aegir's Wreath Sahti


1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

Finnish farmhouse ale made with fresh juniper berries. Zero hop additions alongside a clean grain bill of rye and barley malts, using triple decoction brewing method. Light, easy drinking.

Take it to the Grave

Take It To The Grave

Scottish Heather Ale
1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

As the story goes, the recipe for Scottish Heather Ale was held by the Pict people. When they were all but wiped out, save for a father and son, the father vowed to take the recipe to the grave almost effectively erasing the style from history. However, remnants of an ancient vessel containing the ale were found and analyzed allowing the style to live on. Take It To The Grave is best slightly warm, giving notes of heather flower, caramel, and full malt character.


Blonde Doctor

Belgian Blonde
1/2 & 1/6 Barrels

Brewed as a shoutout to our favorite quirky doctor, this relatively modern style ale is brewed with orange peel, coriander, and grains of paradise. Munich and pale malts create a clean malt profile, with strong Belgian esters, low bitterness, and bright citrus notes.



Catharina Sour
1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

Born out of the growing Brazilian craft beer industry and the collab between craft and home brewers, this style is soured with lacto and fermented with pink guava. Lightly hopped and slightly tart with a clean malt bill.


Harwood Porter


English Porter
1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

Though the history of the style known today as porter is hotly debated, we’ve brewed this historic London beer as tribute to Ralph Harwood, the ale’s alleged creator. Low in IBUs with a slight smokiness, this porter’s drinkability has full flavor with a low ABV.

Strict Observance Belgian Dubbel

Strict Observance

Belgian Dubbel
1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

Originally brewed by Trappist monks of the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance in the Belgian Westmalle Abbey, this malty brew has a rich color and medium body with a roasted malt profile.


Connor Mac

Irish Red
1/2 & 1/6 Barrels

In its more modern form, the Irish Red originated in Kilkenny around 1710 with malt having more importance than hops. As tribute to the more gingerly, rational McManus twin, Connor Mac is a subtler brew with caramel and biscuit notes, a light, malty body, smooth mouthfeel, and clean, crisp finish.


Dark Mexican Lager
1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

In celebration of Día de los Muertos, Dead in the Lauter is a Dark Mexican Lager with biscuity caramel notes, medium body, and a dry yet soft mouthfeel.


1/2 & 1/6 Barrels

Brewed during Lent as a celebration beer for the feast of St. Francis, the Doppelbock style was originally created by Italian monks who moved to a village just outside of Munich, Germany. Feast of St. Francis showcases dried stone fruit notes with strong caramel and roasted malt flavor due to Maillard reaction created by the decoction brewing method. Finishes dry and smokey with a low hop presence to balance this Bavarian lager.

Murphy Mac

Irish Stout
1/2 & 1/6 Barrels

Diverging from its English Porter cousin, the Irish Stout came about after an Irishmen in 1817 invented a malt roaster that could produce darker roasts without any smoky bitterness. Showcasing dark, roasted malts, this medium-bodied ale has a lingering finish of dark malts and English yeast esters.

Therese's Green

Therese’s Green

1/2 & 1/6 Barrels | 12 oz Cans

Named after the royal horse race in celebration of the wedding between the crown prince of Bavaria and Princess Therese of Germany. Malty, mildly carbonated, with notes of caramel. Prost!