CKH WheatNamed after Cyrus K. Holliday, this refreshing wheat beer is made with a mix of Pilsner, 2-Row, Wheat and a tough of Munich malt and oats. This combination delivers a light profile with a slight mouthfeel. Amarillo hops provides please take citrus notes while an addition of Cascade late in the boil gives a subtle floral nose.
Three Sunken Engines IPAAn intense citrusy hop aroma and bitterness dominates this style with some slight malty sweetness along with a pound per barrel of Citra hops in the fermenter gives pleasant fruity citrus flavors, tangerine, mango, grapefruit and pineapple.
During the ‘51 flood, the railroad placed engines on top of the bridge to keep it from washing away. The flood waters proved too strong and three engines sunk into the Kansas River. Two engines were recovered, but engine 4076 remains there to this day.
Engine Forty Nine SaisonFruitiness with a low hop bitterness and aroma makes this style refreshing. The Saison yeast works the magic to impart the wonderful qualities of a Belgian Farmhouse beer.
“Do ya hear that whistle down the line? I figure that it's engine number forty-nine She's the only one that'll sound that way On the Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe”-lyrics from “On the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe” 1945
Iron Rail Pale AleA malty, easy drinking American Pale Ale with piney bitterness. Dry hopping with Columbus, Tomahawk and Zeus for three days rounds out the hop aroma.
Super Chief StoutThis rich, sweet version of the classic Oatmeal Stout presents an array of flavors including chocolate and coffee. Magnum and Mt. hood hops help to accentuate the flavors with a mild bitterness to balance the malt sweetness.
The Super Chief was the premier passenger engine of the AT&SF Railroad, this luxury engine went from Chicago to Los Angeles.
Great Overland Station KölschA light Pilsner malt provides the base for this smooth style originating in the German city of Cologne. The bitterness from noble hops makes this a nice easy drinking treat for German beer lovers.
The Great Overland Station opened in 1927, this gorgeous building operated as Union Pacific’s passenger station and is now a beautiful venue and reminder of Topeka’s railroad past.