Look for these Peace Tree Brews year-round in 2017:
Blonde Fatale: No stranger to shelves, Blonde Fatale is our most popular beer and for good reason. Our Belgian-Style Blonde Ale will steal heart as the unfiltered golden hue seduces your taste buds with surprising smoothness. It’s delicately hopped with Styrian Golding and Celeia for medium aroma with a crisp and refreshing bite. The Belgian Yeast adds hints of fruity complexity, but be warned its mysterious charm will draw you in again and again.
No Coast IPA: No Coast IPA is a big American IPA with tons of bitterness and loads of hop flavor. A variety of pale malts are used to give this beer a nice golden color and let the Amarillo, Citra and Simcoe hops shine through with big piney and citrus notes. Coming in at 95 IBUs this beer is sure to show there’s more to beer than just a coast.
Red Rambler: Since the brewery is located in what was once a Nash Rambler car dealership, it seemed appropriate to honor this history with a beer. The Red Rambler Ale is also one of the most popular in our taproom with its deep red color and malty flavor. The malt character is balanced with three varieties of hops. It is a versatile beer that can be enjoyed alone or pairs well with a b
road spectrum of foods, especially flavorful meat, fish and cheese.
Kiss From A Gose: And newest to our flagship lineup – Kiss from a Gose is our twist on a classic German gose (pronounced “goes-uh”). This cloudy, golden ale is brewed with malted wheat and barley and undergoes a kettle souring for pronounced tartness. Coriander and hops complement the acidity with a dry spiciness. Premium sea salt from the Oregon coast is added for a hint of brine and the addition of rose hips imparts a subtly floral, citrus character. This refreshingly tart ale is brewed with our power, our pleasure and our pain. The more you taste of it, the stranger it feels.
These brews can be found at local restaurants, grocery stores, and drinking establishments in Iowa and Nebraska or at our taproom locations in Knoxville and Des Moines.