Nothing beats the fresh taste of quality, handcrafted draft beer straight from the source. At King’s Road Brewing Company, we spend our days making the kind of beer that we enjoy drinking ourselves.

Below is our ever-expanding list of handcrafted beers. Some of our most sought after beers are “regulars” and available on tap year-round, while other beers listed are rotating seasonal and specialty brews.

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These versatile beers tend to be more malt forward, with low-to-medium bitterness. Some have evidence of caramel, chocolate or nutty flavors.

King’s Gold – A lager-like blonde ale with low hop rate, medium body with light malty sweetness. Originally intended as a way of transitioning mass market consumers to craft beers.

Being Earnest – An Irish Red Ale that is more about the malt content. Hops, and even a discernible bitterness, may be present to some degree, but more than that you’ll get notes of toast, caramel, buttery toffee, and some malty sweetness, with a nice dry finish.

Revolutionary Red – Traditional red ale, with a malty flavor and a subtle fruitiness. This beer is a good introduction to red ales without the hop dominance of the Pale Ales and IPAs.



There are no two more prominent beer styles than Pale Ales and IPAs. Pale Ales use lighter malts that allow the hops to be more prominent. IPAs are essentially a more intense version of a Pale Ale, having a higher ABV and IBU, and therefore are usually stronger and more bitter.

Ample Vengeance – A New England-style IPA that is purposely hazy, with a creamy mouthfeel, little to no hop bitterness, and a juicy sweetness.

Blazing Rag – A West Coast IPA, with hop forward taste and citrusy notes.

Cherry Cheesecake Lactose IPA – Starting with a New England IPA as its base, and then adding heavy amounts lactose and sweet cherry purée, the resulting flavor is delicious, and reminiscent of, well, cherry cheesecake.

Fletcher – An Imperial IPA brewed with loads of oat and wheat, and dripping with dense tropical flavors thanks to a heavy hand of Citra and Amarillo hops.

Gemma – A champagne-like IPA made with Hallertau Blanc, and Saphir hops that impart a white grape and lemon zest profile. Dry hopping with Mosaic, Strata, and Hallertau Blanc adds floral, tangerine, and berry notes.

Hadrosaur Hop Giant – Double IPA with a smooth blend of pine and citrus aroma and flavor.

Persistent One  – A very well-balanced pale ale, dry hopped with Citra and Glacier hops.

Pineample Vengeance – We take our favorite hazy IPA, Ample Vengeance, and add just the right amount of pineapple juice. Ahhhh, refreshing!

Resilience IPA – This West Coast-style IPA was brewed in collaboration with Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. All proceeds from the sale of this beer went to support those affected by the California Camp Fire.

Sovereign Hill – This double dry-hopped New England-style session IPA has a tremendous amount of flavor and character, while having a low ABV. The beer was a collaboration brew with Iron Hill Brewery and made with plenty of TLC.



There’s very little distinction between a Porter and a Stout, but they do have their differences. A Porter is a dark, top fermenting ale brewed with a combination of roasted malt to impart flavor, color and aroma. Stouts are usually not as sweet, and feature a richer, creamier head and mouthfeel.

Anniversary Stout – Russian Imperial Stout was first brewed in England for Emperor Peter the Great of Russia. Ours is full bodied, rich, and complex, with a higher alcohol content than traditional English Stouts.

Black Musket Stout – Full-bodied Stout, with a rich, soft creaminess, and hint of nuttiness.

Black Musket Stout on NITRO – Same great Black Musket flavor, but with a creamier texture and more evenly distributed flavors.

Pawnee Chocolate Coffee Stout – A rich, decadent, and complex beer that features notes of roasted coffee and dark chocolate.

Peanut Butter Cup Stout – Lactose has been added to the Stout beer to give it a creamy sweetness, along with flavors of chocolate and peanut butter.

Potter Street Porter – Real vanilla beans from Tahiti combined with caramel and Munich malts create a beer that’s balanced and flavorful. Aroma of vanilla sets the stage for the roasted dryness and caramel overtones of this beer, making it easy to drink more than one.

Red Velvet Milk Stout – Dark and delicious. Raw cacao nibs produce subtle red hues and a rich, chocolate flavor. The addition of milk sugar provides a creamy smooth mouthfeel and sweetness to the finished beer.

Skellig – This dry Irish Stout is dark beer has a dry-roasted character thanks to the use of roasted barley. The emphasis is on the roasted barley and roasted malt aromas, while hop bitterness is medium.



Specialty and seasonal beers are typically brewed for a particular season, holiday or festival, frequently using fresh ingredients that are available only during that period. These seasonal and specialty beers are subject to availability, while other new beers will be added regularly. Check back often to see what our brewers have crafted.

der Ersatz – A copper-colored German Altbier with a nutty toastiness and no harsh bitternness. Made with Hallertau Mittelfruh and Tettnanger hops, with a clean and crisp malt profile.

Gingerbread Ale with Natural Vanilla – Reminiscent of a gingersnap cookie, our Winter Warmer has warming flavors of molasses, brown sugar and ginger. Natural vanilla has been added to balance out the ginger.

Gourd Grief – An American Amber Ale bursting with real pumpkin flavor and just the right amount of pumpkin spices, celebrating the tastes of the Fall Season.

Longfellow’s Wayside Wheat – A light, delicate American wheat beer, with Czech Saaz and Hallertau Blanc hops.

Off Kilter Scotch Ale A full-bodied “Winter Warmer” with a tawny color, roasted caramel and malty notes, and toasty palate.

Root Beer – House-made, non-alcoholic alternative.

Saxbys Coffee Saison –  Belgian-style farmhouse ale cold steeped with Saxbys Signature Roast providing a big coffee aroma and taste.

Serendipity Saison – Slightly floral, dry and refreshing Belgian-style Farmhouse Ale with a citrusy and spicy aroma.

Summer Pleasure – A hazy, orange-hued American Wheat Beer with a refreshing hint of apricot.