With 24 taps, we offer plenty of Cerberus beers for all palates, along with occasional guest taps and house made sodas. Beers are constantly changing, so come over and check out our current selection or download the FREE DigitalPour App for our up-to-date tap list. View the FULL DRINK MENU here. For individual or corporate keg sales contact carrie@cerberusbrewingco.com.

ABV (Alcohol By Volume)

A standard measure of how much alcohol is contained in a given volume of an alcoholic beverage. It is defined as the number of milliliters (mL) of pure ethanol present in 100 mL of solution at 20°C (68°F). The number of milliliters of pure ethanol is the mass of the ethanol divided by its density at 20 °C.

IBU (International Bittering Units)

IBUs measure the parts per million of isohumulone found in a beer. Isohumulone is the acid found in hops that gives beer its distinct bitterness. Though the IBU scale can be used as a general guideline for taste, with lower IBUs corresponding to less bitterness and vice versa, it’s important to note that malt and other flavors can mask the taste of bitterness in beer.


Grist refers to malt and cereal that is ground in the brewhouse by a malt mill at the beginning of the brewing process. The mills can be of various designs and contain one, two, and often three pairs of rollers, or in the case of breweries which require a very fine grist, hammer mills.


The plant part used in brewing beer is the hop flower, a delicate, pale green, papery cone full of perishable resins. They give a beer bitterness when used early in the brewing process, and aroma when added at the end. As a bonus, hops are a preservative, and extend the life of beer.


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