North Peak Draft Beers

Born of the largesse of Northern Michigan, North Peak beers are lovingly crafted for unmatched freshness and flavor. Pure Michigan spring water, hops grown just miles from our brewery and grains harvested by local farmers will make you toast to good times — and the unspoiled bounty of the area.


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Brewed Year Round


Siren Amber Ale

ABV: 5.0%  IBUs: 48.0

Its call is intoxicating. An aroma that beckons you to pull up a stool and linger over its toasted malt character. Next, a deep kiss of liquid lust that will caress your tongue, thanks to an array of toasty Pale, Crystal (30 and 75), wheat, Carapils and roasted barley malts balanced by the subtle bite of Willamette and Fuggle hops. It’s a brew that will seduce your heart, mind and palette.


Beer Style: Amber Ale


Pg: Diabolical IPA

ABV: 6.66%  IBUs: 66.6

The devil made us do it. From the ABV and IBU figures to the fiendish use of Cascade, Perle and Willamette hops, Lucifer was whispering in our ears the entire time. Citrus and pine scents greet you and are followed by the sharp bitterness expected of an IPA. The beer’s true wickedness is revealed in the smooth Pale, Crystal 30 and wheat malts that surreptitiously broaden the beer’s appeal to more than just hopheads.


Beer Style: India Pale Ale (IPA)


Pg.: Majestic American Wheat

ABV: 5.5%  IBUs: 38.0

Gracefully swaying winter wheat donates its mellow, sweet malt and golden appearance. Cool, pristine waters from ancient glaciers provide the base. Rustling Willamette hops extend a subtle bitterness to the beers personality. Taken together, the ingredients create an easily quaffable, unfiltered brew that shares with you a little bit of the tranquility of Northern Michigan in every swallow.


Beer Style: American Wheat Ale


Pg.: Vicious Wheat IPA

ABV: 6.7%  IBUs: 66.7

Beware of beer. There, we warned you. The frothy head, and pungent, piney dry-hopped scent (from Cascade and Amarillo hops) should alert you to the brew’s imminent attack on your senses. Next, Cascade, Perle and Willamette hops will batter your palette with bitter ferocity. Finally, Pale, Crystal (30 and 75) and wheat malts converge in a cloudy, thick body and give you a smooth kiss of sweet death — and leave you howling for more!


Beer Style: Dry-hopped Wheat India Pale Ale (IPA)




Lookout! Always be on the lookout. You never know when you will find the next tasty excursion. North Peak plans on expanding on the lineup beyond what you find everyday. Some seasonals that are expected: India Pale Ale- Feb 1st

ABV: 6.5%  IBUs: 65.0

More info coming soon...

Beer Style: India Pale Ale Celtic Ale - March 1st

ABV: 5.6%  IBUs: 28.5.0

North Peak Sinuous is a unique Celtic Ale. Refreshing, clean and crisp with a subtle roast note and malty finish. Brewed in Traverse City, MI on the Old Mission Peninsula using incorporating local hops.

Beer Style: Celtic Ale Session India Pale Ale - April 1st

ABV: 4.2%  IBUs: 45

More info coming soon...

Beer Style: India Pale Ale

sites/default/files/I--Seasonal2.jpgArchangel Summer Wheat - May 15th

ABV: 5.0%  IBUs: 38.0

Heed the herald, Archangel, for its presence announces that days of radiating sun and sultry nights of revelry are upon us! Its Wheat and Pale malts and Willamette and Perl hops jubilantly unite in a ruddy-orange fellowship. While a secondary fermentation with Michigan bitter cherries imparts a subtle cherry nose and finish that will cause much rejoicing by your senses. This balanced, unfiltered voice of merriment is the reward for your faith during the shadow and cold of winter.  

Beer Style: American Wheat Ale Angel Cherry Porter - October 1st

ABV: 6%  IBUs: 45.0

More info coming soon...

Beer Style: Porter Black IPA - November 15th

ABV: 7.2%  IBUs: 72

Furry Black IPA is a complex, easy drinking yet remarkably American Black IPA. Remarkable, clean and crisp with a light and lingering roast wheat malt and centennial hop finish. Brewed in Traverse City, MI on the Old Mission Peninsula using locally grown hops.

Beer Style: IPA