150 N Mosley,
Wichita, KS. 67202

Our Beers

From pints to squealers and growlers, we’re giving you three ways to savor these beautiful beers.
Enjoy them with us or take them home. Whether you have a type or are a lover of all beers,
learn a little more about our RCB daily line-up.

*Rock Island Red

6%  |  16oz Pint
Amber ale, caramel, slightly hoppy


*Emerald City Stout

5.7%  |  16oz Nonic
Dark, espresso, dark chocolate, creamy nitro


*Old Town Brown

5.5%  |  16oz Pint
Mahogany, caramel, roasted nuts, hint of coffee


*Tornado Alley IPA

7%  |  16oz Nonic
Copper colored, resiny, dank


*Harvester Wheat

5%  |   16oz Weizen
Light American Wheat beer


Morning Dew

6.5%
100% brettanomyces IPA, dripping with juicy fruit and Brett complexity.
Summer has never tasted so good.


Blood Orange Dim Wit

5%  | 16oz Weizen
Belgian wheat beer, light, refreshing, juicy,
orange zest, blood orange coriander


Invisible Ink

6.5%  |  Weizen Glass
Aarons Hopped up Hefeweizen brewed with lemon zest.


Comatose

8.9%  |  Tulip
A massively dry hopped double IPA


Sorachi Ace Pale Ale

5%
Hints of lemon and dill with a light fluffy mouth feel


Brett Saison

5.9%  |  Flute
Slightly tart, earthy, complex


Slow Drip

5.5%  |  13oz Tulip
Amber Ale, vanilla bean, coffee, creamy nitro


Cherry Seduction

7.4%  |  Sour Flute
Slightly Sour, crimson, cherries


Amethyst

7.4%  |  Sour Flute
Sour, complex, raspberries, blackberries

 

 


FULL SHADE

6%  |  16oz Nonic
A hazy IPA brewed with Pink Guava

 

 


STRAWBEERY SHORTCAKE

6.5%  |  Flute
A golden ale brewed with graham crackers, vanilla beans,
milk sugar and strawberries.

 

*Flagship Ales

 


New Brews Coming Soon:

TBA

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Barrel aged sours

 

 

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