- Some vintage labels and advertisements for Evans' Ales.
- Brewing tanks on the upper mezzanine.
- An assortment of our fine ales.
- One of our bartenders, in front of the taps.
About the Beer
Inherent in each pint of Evans’ beer is over two-hundred and twenty-five years of fine brewing craftsmanship. From the eighteenth century to the twenty-first, our handmade brews continue our award-winning tradition. Stop in and be a part of our ongoing history!
Our Bavarian-Style Hefeweizen is brewed with a substantial amount of pale German malted wheat and a select German Hefeweizen yeast strain. The combination of the wheat malt and a low mashing temperature when fermented by our specialty yeast produces a beer with a big banana aroma with a hint of clove. These are the esters […]
Bière de Garde is a French farmhouse style ale traditionally brewed in French Wallonia. Bière de Garde is an ale typically brewed in the late winter to early spring and then cellared or ‘garded’ for a number of months for consumption in the warmer weather. We brewed this batch in March of 2013, conditioned it […]
Our Belgian Strong Ale, aka Tripel, is brewed with a substantial amount of European pilsner malt and just a touch of wheat to add to the mouthfeel. A heavy dose of raw sugar late in the boil ups the alcohol and lightens the body, while our house Belgian yeast ferments with a ton of fruity […]
A modern pilsner has a very light, clear color from pale to golden yellow and a distinct hop aroma and flavor. Czech pilsners tend toward a lighter flavor.