This craft lager harmonizes noble hops and premium malts found in North America and Europe. We did the traveling to save you the paddling. Brewed with pristine Lake Superior water, this straw colored pilsener takes on characteristics of Bohemia and Northern Germany with a touch of American inventiveness. Refreshingly crisp with a gentle floral hop […]
14° Degree Amber Ale is a beer brewed for balance. We utilize American pale and European malts to achieve a complex malt-driven flavor with a deep amber color. We compliment the malt complexities with a blend of American and English hops that lend a pine and citrus presence.
Our Flagship IPA Bent Hop has a malt profile that features American and European malts with a pale to deep gold appearance. We balance this bold yet traditional malt backbone with a mix of hops unique to this brand. Centennial and El Dorado are the predominant hops, lending intense notes of grapefruit, citrus, and pine […]
Brewed to be smooth, chocolatey, semi-roasted ale that bridges the islands of porter and stout. And if you aren’t a fan of bridges, there’s always the canoe. This Black Ale drinks like a porter but is opaque like a stout. Brewed with a generous amount of oats to round out the flavor.
Bent Paddle Cold Press Black is a local infusion of flavor – Bent Paddle Black Ale combined with Duluth Coffee Co. cold press coffee. Expect rich chocolate and roast characteristics from our Black Ale to blend with the cold press bringing coffee notes to the forefront of your palate with a pleasant, smooth finish.
The “Weekend Warrior,” the “Tin Tank” the “Camp Classic” Most canoeists experienced their first paddle in an aluminum canoe. They are perfect for the beginner – rugged, stable and not to mention glaringly bright! Kanu Session Pale Ale pays homage to that nostalgic entry point into paddling life. Brilliant hop expression with a structural malt […]
Bent Paddle Classic is an easy-going beer for any beer drinker. Straight forward and light with a smooth, creamy finish. This beer brings things back to the basics – sometimes, all you want is a beer that tastes like beer. Classic.