(5.1% ABV, 29 IBU)
Style: Classic American Pilsner
With a very small amount of melanoidin malt to give the beer a little more depth of character, expect a straight-forward beer with a creamy mouthfeel, a dry finish, and floral and spicy notes from Cluster hops.
(7.7% ABV, 57 IBU)
Style: English-Style IPA
Gentleman Johnny’s is a mild, earthy, and slightly fruity English-style IPA that’s big on hop flavor and aroma but light on the bitterness.
(4.5% ABV, 36 IBU)
Style: Kentucky Common
A favorite of the miners in the Louisville, Kentucky area circa the late 1800’s, this near-extinct style of beer is dark amber, malty, slightly sweet, and features Cluster hops (a classic American hop used in many historical beers) and Tettnang hops (a German hop that celebrates the miners’ ancestry).
(5.1% ABV, 15 IBU)
A style that melds beer with cider, this graff is very light, dry, and features fruity undertones.
(6.2% ABV, 24 IBU)
Style: Irish Red Ale
Named for the first initials of Kempf’s children, Double L is a full, smooth Irish red ale featuring a dry finish from the use of roasted malts.
Pretty Fly 4 A White Girl
(6.4% ABV, 61 IBU)
Style: White IPA
Brewed with white tea and lavender, this white IPA starts with a floral, fruity, spicy note which transitions to lavender before finishing with a hoppy bite. This beer is the brainchild of Michelle Whelton, Factotum’s longest-running bartender.
(6.8% ABV, 61 IBU)
Style: American IPA
The first guest-brewed beer brought back for a second brew! Jorge’s take on the classic American IPA was brewed with Mosaic hops and dry-hopped with Zythos which impart tropical, pineapple-like notes.
(4.3% ABV, 32 IBU)
Style: Milk Stout
This thick, sweet milk stout was aged over almonds. In fact, “Mandelmilch” is German for “Almond Milk.” Take note, however, that this is a milk stout brewed with almonds, not a stout brewed with almond milk.
Almost every beer at Factotum is a rotating beer but, because they were brewed on a smaller 1/2 BBL system, these particular beers rotate in and out much more quickly; ask your bartender about the day’s selection.