Oak Street Wheat
The Oak Street Wheat makes it’s debut at Standing Stone as our first wheat ale of the season. This Wheat Pale Ale is hazy golden in color, and light bodied in mouth feel with a slightly tart, fruity taste. Brewed with a brand new hop varietal, “Belma” from Yakima Valley, this brew has a crisp bitterness and smooth wheat finish.
76 Hands Blackberry Ale
This refreshing wheat beer has hit taps just in time for the summer! 61 lbs. of ripe blackberries from Standing Stone’s One Mile Farm give this ale a mild and fruity tartness, balanced perfectly by Organic Magnum hops and warm, malt flavor.
This microbrew is golden and medium bodied with a slightly sweet aroma. The 350 in its name refers to the use of extra malt, 350 pounds in total, adding a bit of extra sweetness and body. It pleases the palate, offering a tart and bready flavor with a balancing mild bitterness.
A true local beer made with barley from the Klamath Basin, wheat and coriander grown in Medford, maple blackberry honey from Eagle Point, and hops from the Willamette Valley. Gold with a white haze, bubblegum aroma provided by a Belgian wheat yeast, and lots of spiciness in the flavor with hints of anise and a tinge of smokiness. Finishes dry with a lingering bitterness.
2011 Barley Wine
Our 2011 blend is reddish brown and full boded. It offers aromas of toffee swirl with vinous, prune and raisin-like flavors. This beer will warm your heart, not to mention your soul, with its big malt flavors. Best enjoyed at a cellar temperature of 50 F.