Get to Know Our On Tap Biers
Bierhaus Maisschäler has 20 rotating taps of German & European Import Biers along side some American-made guest taps that focus on high quality German-inspired lagers!!
Check out our German-inspired haus biers below!! We take the brewing of these old world-style lagers extremely seriously and strive to meet the standards and practices that have been observed in Germany for hundreds of years!!
The word “dunkel” is German for “dark,” and this dark beer style offers beer lovers balanced flavors of chocolate, bread crust and caramel. Like most German beers, it is a great candidate for pairing well with grilled meats such as our sausages.
A smooth, clean, pale German lager with a moderately strong malty flavor and a light hop character. Deftly balances strength and drinkability, with a palate impression and finish that encourages drinking without becoming too heavy or filling.
This wheat beer breaks from the German beer mold, showcasing yeast-driven fruit and spice as well as bearing an eye-catching mystique. Don’t let the cloudy hefeweizen deter you, this beer is one of the world’s most enjoyable styles.
. This lightly colored, exquisitely balanced lager remains one of the most loved beers to enjoy, and one of the most challenging for the brewer to create. Pilsner are characteristically light in color and have a very short finish.
If you’re looking to drink a beer with a robust history and flavor, consider a traditional German bock. Like many German beer styles, it dates back to the Medieval era and is, historically at least, so much more than just a beer.
A radler lightens up a beer. Since radlers are essentially “lagers cut by lemonade” they typically only hit around 4.0% ABV or under. In European drinking culture heading to the pub means you’re in for a long night of pints.
A nod to the German Festbier, this fresh pale lager has a strong malt backbone and a clean finish. It's the perfect beer to welcome the change of the seasons and anticipate harvest time. Malt: 2-Row, Vienna, Munich, C40
The Maibock is light in color, less malty, and presents a drier finish with its larger hop profile. What separates the Maibock from other light beers is its balance, toasty malts, and a spicy or peppery taste coming from the hops.