Each of our beers have been carefully crafted to resemble their historical origins as they have been brewed in their respective regions for hundreds of years. Just as individual breweries in those regions provide their own unique flavors, ours are reflective of who we are at Paragon Brewing and our northwestern heritage.
Designed as a gateway between industrial light lagers and more unique craft beers. Czech Please is a Bohemian style Pilsner, which were first brewed in 1842, this style was the original clear, light-colored beer.
Alc. 5.0% // IBUs 35
Rich maltiness combined with a soft and rounded bitterness and spicy flavor from Saaz hops.
Red Dog Brown
A Northern English Brown Ale that was designed by Kerry Kieres, Red Dog Brown is a Best of Show award winning recipe. Northern English browns are drier and more hop-oriented that southern English brown ale, with a nutty character rather than caramel sweetness.
Alc. 5.0% // IBUs 25
Moderate malt sweetness, with a nutty, light caramel character with a medium-dry finish.
Hiawatha Trail Pale Ale
This American Pale Ale has high hop flavor, often showing a citrusy and stone fruit American hop character. It has all the flavor of a traditional northwest IPA with lower ABV and IBU's making it a sessionble beer that pairs with a wide variety of menu items.
Alc. 5.2% // IBUs 37
Refreshing and hoppy, with plenty of supporting malt
Cabar Feidh Strong Scotch ALe
Often known as a "Wee Heavy" this Strong Scotch Ale is rich and malty with a medium - full body and deep ruby color. This is a complex and flavorfull award winning beer.
Alc. 8.4% // IBUs 27
Rich, malty and usually sweet, flavors of plumb and toffee with a subtle roast finish
Windy Bay IPA
A prominent intense hop aroma with a citrusy, floral, piney, and/or fruity character derived from American hops. This American India Pale Ale is for hop lovers. Great with salads or for those who enjoy spicy foods, this IPA will enhance those spicy flavors and take it to a whole other level.
Alc. 7.2% // IBUs 62
A pronounced hoppy and bitter flavor, a Quintessential Northwest version of an American Pale Ale
Sully's Irish Red
Named for the owner of the pub we now call home, this Irish Red Ale has moderate malt aroma, caramel-like yet slightly toasty or toffee-like in nature.
Alc. 5.4% // IBUs 23
An easy-drinking pint. Malt-focused with an initial sweetness and a roasted dryness in the finish