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  • 1. Call it a Day Pale5.8%
    5.8% ABV | 47 IBUs

    Hops: Centennial

    Malt: Pale, Vienna, Crystal 15, Crystal 40

    A balanced Northwest Pale highlighting the citrus flavor and dry-hopped aroma of Pacific Northwest Centennial Hops.

  • 2. Another IPA6.8%
    6.8% ABV | 70 IBUs

    Hops: Mt. Hood and Willamette

    Malt: Pale, Crystal 120, Crystal Rye

    This IPA is full of tropical aromas followed by a dry citrus flavor and balanced malt character.  Appropriate bitterness and strength round out this classic Pacific Northwest IPA.

  • 3. Rye Stout6%
    6% ABV | 37 IBUs

    Hops: Mt. Hood and Willamette

    Malt: Pale, Victory, Chocolate Malt, Roasted Barley, Flaked Rye

    This is a classic American Stout, full of flavor and character, but with the spicy, crisp addition of Rye. Not overly sweet and with a clean, roasted flavor, this Stout drinks well year-round.

  • 4. Belgian Strong9%
    9% ABV | 37 IBUs

    Hops: Perle, Saaz, Styrian Goldings (Bobek)

    Malt: Pale, Aromatic, Munich

    The Belgian Strong has a slightly hazy appearance and is light in color. The Strong’s flavor is a complex blend of the fruity esters provided by the yeast with subtle additions of Coriander, Ginger, and Grains of Paradise. The high ABV is perfectly masked in this extraordinarily smooth beer!

  • 5. Oktoberfest5.2%
    5.2% ABV | 25 IBUs

    Hops: Perle, Mt. Hood

    Malt: Pale, Munich, Crystal 15, Victory, Crystal 120, Pale Chocolate

    A traditional Oktoberfest, golden orange in color, malty and aromatic on the palate. A crisp, sweet finish and session-able, this beer is an easy drinker yet full of flavor. Best shared in tall glasses with large handles.

  • 6. American Red (NITRO)5.5%
    5.5% ABV | 30 IBUs

    Hops: Chinook, Mt Hood

    Malt: Pale, Flaked Barley, Crystal 120, Pale Chocolate

    Lightly hopped and smooth. Flaked barley and a nitro pour create a creamy, light mouthfeel in this traditional American Red.

  • 7. Kölsch4.1%
    4.1% ABV | 20 IBUs

    Hops: Perle, Saaz

    Malt: Pale, Victory

    Light and pleasantly malty, the simple recipe lets the traditional German yeast shine through. An easily quaffable pint!

  • 8. Belgian Witbier5.4%
    5.4% ABV | 22 IBUs

    Hops: Perle, Saaz

    Malt: Pale, Wheat, Flaked Oats

    Beautifully colored, this pale, hazy Witbier is crafted from nearly 50% wheat, well balanced and with subtle Belgian character. Our crisp Belgian Wit pairs best with sunshine and daydreams.

  • 9. Eclipse Golden Stout6.8%
    6.8% ABV | 39 IBUs

    Hops: Summit, Mt Hood

    Malt: Pale, Aromatic, Crystal 15, Flaked Oats, Cherrywood Smoked Malt

    A what? That’s right, solar eclipses are weird and backwards, so we brewed a weird and backwards beer for the 2017 Solar Eclipse. It tastes like a roasty, dark Stout but is a pleasant hazy, golden color. Close your eyes and try it!

  • 10. Mojito American Wheat8.4%
    8.4% ABV | 20 IBUs

    Hops: Northern Brewer

    Malt: Pale, White Wheat, Crystal 15

    Brewed in honor of summer, this strong American-style wheat beer certainly has a twist. Post fermentation, this beer was conditioned on Oak, Vanilla, Mint, and Limes. The refreshing blend of malt and tart finishes with pleasant rum-esque vanilla notes.

  • 11. Guest: Four Generals Brewing Hefeweizen5%
    5% ABV | 15 IBUs

    Hops: Hallertauer, Mt. Hood

    A Pacific NW brewery's take on a classic Bavarian Weissbier. Light-medium bodied with aroma and flavors of clove and banana with a slightly grainy-sweet malt character.

  • 12. Guest: Ole Swede Cider Sour Cherry Perry6.2%
    6.2% ABV

    As predominant as ciders in England and France, Perry is a fermented libation made from pears. This Perry is naturally fermented and crafted with locally sourced pears and sour pie cherries. This is a dry Perry with a hint of residual sugars naturally found in pears that the yeast could not ferment.

  • 13. Guest: Ole Swede Cider Blend of 96.8%
    6.8% ABV

    Ole Swede’s Blend of 9 Cider is a unique blend of nine different apple varieties. Twenty percent of the blend is true cider varieties, Kingston Black, Storks Red, Harry Masters Jersey, and Dabinett. The other apples used are Pink Lady, Rome Beauty, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, and Honey Crisp. Of this, thirty percent was aged on medium toasted French Oak.

  • 14. Guest: Ole Swede Cider Mulberry and Friends5.9%
    5.9% ABV

    This unique cider is a lively local blend of apples grown in the Okanogan valley and berries from our friends at Leaping Sheep Farms. Their Biodiverse farm provided the following blend of berries for you to enjoy!: Mulberry, Blackberry, Raspberry, Black Current, Golden Current, Elderberry, Blueberry, and Gooseberry. Balanced, fun and not too sweet!

  • 15. Cold Brew Coffee (Nitro)

    In collaboration with Tin Umbrella Coffee, a Hillman City coffee house and Rainier Valley's only coffee roastery, we brewed up a silky smooth, easy drinking, cold-brew coffee (served on Nitro, no less!). Served in 5oz, 10oz, or 16oz glasses or fill a growler for tomorrow's on-the-go buzz!

New beer on deck

Blood Orange CDA (Black IPA)
G&T Gose
Blood Orange Imperial Red
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Seapine Brewing IPA
Elemental Cider Carbon Semi-Dry
Snowdrift Cider Barrel Aged Cornice

Flying Lion's Beers

As beer artists we enjoy adding our unique twist to traditionally-inspired beers. We find the best beers are built with balance and subtle flavors, combined to create a complex yet clean palate. As a brewery with a hankering for dark beers, Flying Lion has an affinity for strong, distinctive, and bold flavors. We’re sure you’ll find something you love, whether it’s our classic Pacific Northwest IPAs, our award-winning Rye Stout, or anything in between!

Flying Lion Brewing offers an unpretentious attitude towards craft beer. Our beer is held to a high standard, is always interesting, and is varied enough to be universally approachable. With a set list of year-round standbys as well as a selection of constantly rotating taps, Flying Lion is worth traveling for but also a wonderful place to make regular and frequent visits!

Flying Lion Wholesale

Got taps? Need kegs? We self-distribute our beers to Seattle-area wholesale customers. Contact us for availability.