Flycaster Brewing Tap List

Tried and true, as well as the new

Flycaster has created a group of refreshing, diverse beer that we keep on tap.
Patrons will also find a rotation of seasonal and small-batch beer on our tap list. We often showcase a local cider as well.

Pints – $6

32oz Crowler – $9

Growler Fills – $14

Rotating Seasonal Microbrews

Hurry in before it’s gone!

Barrel Aged Flycaster Stout ABV 8.0%, IBU 50 IBU

The Russian Imperial style stout has bold flavor from the black, caramel, chocolate, and rye malts. We round it out with some magnum, Mt. Hood, and Chinook hops. We recommend you drink this out of a snifter glass as you can appreciate the complexity of the beer.

Cask Aged Program: We have taken the Flycaster Stout and put them in two 53 gallons barrels from Woodinville Whiskey. One barrel the Woodinville Regular Bourbon and the other their Rye Bourbon


Hazy Day IPA ABV: 7.5% IBU: 70

Our version of an England Style IPA that has amazing body and aroma. We used some flaked and honey oats to add some amazing taste to the beer. We use the hop whirlpool method at the end with tons of Mosaic hops to keep the amazing aroma hop oils in the beer. You will not be disappointed with this beer!

The Classics

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Bonefish Blonde ABV: 4.7% IBU: 15

Our lightest and brightest brew, Bonefish Blonde Ale, stands on a delicate bready body with a pale golden hue. Gingerly hopped from start to finish with Washington’s most quintessential Humulous Lupulus, Cascade. It evokes subtle evergreen and citrus aromas and flavors in the most unimposing way. Carefully crafted to create a universally agreeable and balanced ale experience without a hint of thinness, the blonde is the best place to start in the precession of beer sampling at Flycaster and arguably the most accessible (as well as sessionable) brew in the lineup.

Yakima River Red ABV: 7.4% IBU: 50

The perfect marriage between caramel malt sweetness and crisp hop spicing, the Yakima River Red Ale boasts the best of both worlds. Crimson-autumn-amber in color, the Northwest style Red is a true beauty to behold and imbibe all year round. Chinook hops infuse a sharper and spicier bitterness to balance out the malty backbone of this brew. Amarillo rounds the finish, imparting glowing warmth from both the diversely roasted gain notes and dry hop presence. A hearty tribute to the rustic and bountiful environment we reside in.


Hopper Pale Ale ABV: 5.8% IBU: 28

Superbly refreshing and extremely quaffable, the Hopper Pale Ale aims to please the Pacific Northwest pallet in the most natural way. As the middle child, it bridges the gap between Blonde and IPA while standing alone as the most balanced of the hop forward recipes. Golden straw in color, the clean bitterness from Magnum boil hops rounds off any initial light sweetness presented by the presence of caramelized Crystal grains. Cascades provide the foundation for the distinct Amarillo aroma and finishing hop load. A pleasant combination of floral, grassy and citrus notes, the Hopper leaps up to share its vivid hop flair before gradually retreating leaving a clean, crisp finish.

Rocky Ford

Rocky Ford IPA ABV: 8.0% IBU: 65

Arguably the most consumed beer style in the highest hop-producing region in the world, the India Pale Ale transports us across the Cascade mountain range to the valleys of Yakima where many a new-world hop flourishes every summer. The Rocky Ford IPA combines all elements of this beloved style into one flavorful, hop blasted beverage. Light honey in color the body is comprised of pale, pilsner and crystal malts to support the strong hop character with an initial touch of bready sweetness and with rye grains to infuse a spicy dryness to the finish. Tenacious, yet clean bitterness is achieved through generous Magnum additions throughout the boil. The advent of Cascade and Citra boost the flavor and aromatics of the brew to the status of hop juice, with grapefruit and tropical notes dominating. A healthy dry hopping of Simcoe and Citra post fermentation succeeds in creating an opulently oily and resinous addition to the brew, as well as an equally floral and citrus bouquet for the nose to indulge in. This bitter ale will leave a lasting impression on the mind and the pallet and is sure to provide respite for anglers retiring from a day on the river.

Parachute Porter ABV: 5.1% IBU: 35

Deceptively dark in coloration with a relatively light build, while maintaining a balance of roasted, malty and dry body notes, the Parachute Porter is a dark beer lover’s delight and yet extremely accessible to those wary of midnight hued brews. Presenting a spectrum of subtle dark toast and caramel sweet grain flavors, the gravity of this porter weighs in right at the median of the style guidelines and creates an incredibly drinkable beer despite its obsidian appearance. Spicy Chinook hops lightly counteract the inherent sweetness, while still giving way to the subtle coffee, cocoa and roasted notes the diverse grain bill imparts. A clean, semi-dry finish assures the drinker that this inky ale can be enjoyed throughout the dark and light seasons.


Shadow Casting ESB ABV: 5.5% IBU: 45

Shadow Casting ESB also known as Extra Special Bitter, won best Bitter in the Washington State Brew competition! This style is known for its balance and the interplay between malt and hop bitterness. Medium to high hop bitterness, flavor and aroma should be evident. The residual malt and defining sweetness of this richly flavored, full-bodied bitter is medium to medium-high.