Cooling Pond offers both a core set of English-style beers in our Tavern Series, as well as a number of rotating taps featuring hop-balanced beers and other local favorites. Updating
Wigglesworth’s Tavern (Dark Mild) is fairly dark in color, but surprisingly light and refreshing, hence the name Dark Mild. Coming Soon
Penny’s Tavern (Red Ale) is a malty, approachable ale with light hop characteristics. Coming Soon
Boswell’s Tavern (Very Special Bitter) is our take on a traditional ESB, or extra special bitter. Malt and hop characteristics are well-balanced here, and this has been a crowd favorite since opening day!
Mudd’s Tavern (Dry Stout) is darkest in color, but one of our lower ABV beers. It offers roast characteristics with low bitterness.
Our New Bridge Blonde Ale has a light, refreshing, crisp citrus finish and has a low ABV %.
Lively (Pale Ale) is a malty selection with the perfect level of hop bitterness, and has also been a crowd favorite. It sold out on Opening Day! Returning Soon!
Contrary Creek Gold (Golden Ale) was named for the creek that runs along one side of the property, where hopeful prospectors still pan for gold! Mineral was given its name due to the many gold mines in the immediate area, and this beer is a nod to the local history. The beer itself is a full-bodied golden ale with a slightly higher ABV %.
Swim Advisory (Juicy IPA) is a hazy New England style IPA with tropical fruit notes and well-balanced hops.
IPAtope- West coast style. Piney, citrus , and a touch of tropical with noticeable bitterness
Our Wheat Beer is a rotating special beer featuring regional styles from Belgium, Germany, and good Ole USA. Perfect for summer, with light, fruity esters and a style specific spice and yeast character. Try one and explore the different takes on the wheat beer theme.
Lights and Lagers
Fools Gold – A great summertime refresher. Not your fathers Cream Ale.
LKA Pils – traditional German style Pils using European malts, yeast and hops. Crisp finish with a note of orange peel.
Closest Thang- our take on that mass produced light beer we so often get asked about. “What’s the closest you got too ______light?”