We offer a robust, rotating tap list to quench your thirst year round. Most of our beers stick with traditional flavors and beer varieties done with quality thanks to the touch of brew master Tim Wheeler.
Our beers are themed after a "Mudhook", or anchor, and have fish or sea themed names. Come out to the bar and try out our draft list.
Mudhook Brewing Company offers a variety of take home options with Growlers and the half-size Howlers, so you can take your beer on the go out of the bar. The tops are plastic sealed in order for them to be taken out in public
Find out how our beer is made at the bottom of the page
Current Tap List
Smooth, straw-hued lager
ABV: 7% IBU: 31
Wild River Weizen $5
Unfiltered German wheat ale brewed with classic Hefeweizen yeast and a smooth, crisp, citrus finish leaving your palate craving more of the juicy brew.
ABV: 5.8% IBU: 17 (23oz $7)
Cherry Lane Strong Ale $7
Dark Belgian strong ale brewed with tart cherries, dark Belgian candy sugar & Trappist-style yeast
ABV: 9% IBU: 22
Redeye Irish Red $5
An easy-drinking, malt-focused Irish Red with low hop bitterness
ABV: 5.5% IBU: 26
Light, dry and earthy with notes of orchard fruit and a slightly sour finish
ABV: 8.5% IBU: 25
Hook Bender Double IPA $5
Our flagship beer. This classic double IPA gives way to a hop-forward punch while backed up by an equally malty flavor
ABV: 8% IBU: 115
Deep Sea Stout $5
This dark, smooth stout offers bold roasted chocolate malt flavor. Goes great with any chocolate dessert
ABV: 7% IBU: 60
Hook Hopper #3 $6
A balance of roasted chocolate and bitter flavors. Nugget, Columbus, and Green Bullet hops, Chocolate Malt & Midnight Wheat
ABV: 6.5% IBU: 75
Growlers and Howlers
The Mudhook Flight:
The Beer Making Process
The Mash Process
Grain is milled and then added to the mash tun located inside the back corner of Central Market. Here, the grain is maticulously heated up with water quality controlled for purity and pH balance.
Boil and Fermentation
after mash out, the wort is taken to one of the 10 fermenters we have located in the Central Market House. The beer will sit here anywhere from 4 weeks to 6 months where the yeast will begin the fermentation process, creating beer.
Time to Drink
The glycol insulated lines send the beer through the back of the brew pub where the beer is chilled in kegs after being fermented. The lines are carbonated with Co2 to help the beer reach the tap. The only step left is to pour the beer and enjoy is cold. Cheers!