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    ABV
  • 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: Columbus, Simcoe, Centennial

    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: Centennial, Mt. Hood

    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. German Pilsner4.2%
    4.2% ABV | 21 IBUs

    Hops: Saaz

    Malt: Pale

    A traditional German Pilsner, single malt, single hop and fermented cold. Intentionally light, malty, and crisp.

  • 6. Chocolate Milk Stout5%
    5% ABV | 22 IBUs

    Hops: Northern Brewer, Mt. Hood

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

    A creamy, thick head is the appropriate start to this rich cold weather brew made with milk sugar and cocoa beans. Brewed exclusively in the winter, our Chocolate Milk Stout is Flying Lion’s smooth and sessionable answer to the long nights. The low bitterness allows a full, satisfying flavor without being sweet.

  • 7. NZ Hazy IPA4.8%
    4.8% ABV | 20 IBUs

    Hops: Columbus, Summit, Simcoe, Southern Cross, Loral

    Malt: Pale, Flaked Oats, Aromatic

    Intent on showcasing the dark fruit aroma of NZ hops, we uber-dry hopped this light hazy-style IPA with Southern Cross (and a touch of Loral). Notes of lemon and resin fade into black currant and raspberry.

  • 8. Same Again IPA5.2%
    5.2% ABV | 67 IBUs

    Hops: Summit, Columbus, Simcoe

    Malt: Pale, Vienna, Crystal 40, Flaked Barley

    This IPA packs an extraordinarily clean and crisp bitterness and finishes with the lovely grapefruit and orange aroma of Simcoe hops. Nearly sessionable, this beer keeps you coming back for more!

  • 9. Doppelbock8%
    8% ABV | 26 IBUs

    Hops: Perle, Hallertau

    Malt: Pale, Munich, Crystal 75, Chocolate Malt

    Our strong Doppelbock pours with a pleasant rosy dark red body and a crisp, white head. Reminiscent of dried fruit, the complex flavor tastes full bodied yet with a clean, lagered finish.

  • 10. Pomegranate Saison4.6%
    4.6% ABV | 10 IBUs

    Hops: Perle, Hallertau

    Malt: Pale, Flaked Oats, Munich 30, White Wheat

    Saison’s take on a seasonal, Winter Warmer. A pleasantly tart, low alcohol Saison blended with Pomegranates and just enough cinnamon and ginger to make your heart grow three sizes.

  • 11. Dark Lager3%
    3% ABV | 28 IBUs

    Hops: Northern Brewer, Tettnanger

    Malt: Pale, Munich 30, Pale Chocolate, Roasted Barley

    Crisp, roasted, and malt-focused. The light-beer drinker’s answer for a winter beer. Brewed with German tradition in mind, this lager drinks well for lunch, out of steins, and in multiples.

  • 12. Belgian Quaddamnit (2018)13.5%
    13.5% ABV | 49 IBUs

    Hops: Columbus, Tettnanger

    Malt: Pale, Munich, Aromatic, Extra Special, Black Patent

    This once-per-year brew is strong and complex. The malt-heavy body is laced with intense notes of clove, banana, and dried fruit. In other words, superextrafruitytastesokindsofspicydoses!

  • 13. Robust Porter7%
    7% ABV | 21 IBUs

    Hops: Northern Brewer, Willamette

    Malt: Pale, Black Patent, Chocolate Rye, Crystal Rye, Pale Chocolate

    An intensely roasted, dark, and smooth Porter. Focused on grain bitterness over hops, the mouthfeel is clean and flavor well rounded. An enormous grain bill makes this Porter a whole meal.

  • 14. Guest: Chatter Creek Cider - Pilot Project6.9%
    6.9% ABV

    The cider is golden in color with moderate apple flavor. The acid and sweetness are in balance and present a natural apple flavor with some light tannin, notes of honey, stone fruit and pineapple.

  • 15. Guest: Dragon's Head Cider - Manchurian6.9%
    6.9% ABV

    Dragon’s Head Manchurian Cider is made from a blend of apples but features the unique characteristics of the Manchurian Crabapple. This petite yet bold apple imparts flavor and dimension to cider on a scale much larger than its size predicts.

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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.