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Millstream Brewing Co
PO Box 284/835 48th Ave
Amana IA 52203-0284
Phone: 319-622-3672
In 1985 Millstream Brewing Co. opened its doors - the first brewery to operate in Amana since 1884. So the Millstream Brewery was born and so it has come to be recognized as the home of quality brews of rewarding taste.

The Story Continues in 2000 with the sale of the brewery to Chris Priebe, Aaron Taubman, and Teresa Sly Albert. Aaron is from a biochemistry background, and so is good at keeping the brewing yeast happy, an important part of the beer making process. Chris is naturally handy, and keeps the "classic" bottler in tip-top shape. Aaron and Chris are also both trained brewers from the Siebel Institute of Brewing Technology. Teresa is an excellent people person and handles all the sales and marketing. It takes a good team to run a good brewery!

The new owners are committed to making quality brews, one batch at a time. The brewers introduced the Millstream German Pilsner, a beer whose hop bite is appreciated by today's beer drinkers. They were so excited by the Pils that they kept on creating. Research was done into traditonal german bock beers, resulting in the Schokolade Bock, and an improved Maifest (MaiBock). Also a new Ale, Warsh Pail ale was created to spice up the product line. And of course, the Schild Brau Amber is still the brewery's number one beer.

GREAT RIVER BREWERY
332 E. 2nd Street
Davenport, IA 52801
Great River Brewery, the Quad Cities newest brewery has tapped its first keg. Now we're building inventory in anticipation of what will be a dramatic demand. Our products are available on tap at better establishments and our own Brewer's Lounge.





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Top 10
Ales & Lagers
in the USA

Golden Ale
Blonde Ale
English Summer Ale
English Pale Ale

English IPA
Imperial IPA
Bitter
ESB
English Mild Ale
 English Brown Ale
Porter
Stout
Oatmeal Stout
Imperial Stout
Old Ale 
Barley Wine
Scottish Ale
Strong Scottish
Irish Red Ale
American Amber
American Pale Ale
American IPA
American Brown Ale
German Alt
German Kolsch
German Wheat
German
Hefeweizen
Belgian Saison
Belgian Ale
Belgian Abbey Ale
Belgian Lambic
Belgian Witbier


Lagers
American Light Lager
American Pilsner
American 
Premium Lager

Amber Lagers
Bohemian Pilsner
German Pilsner
Munchner Helles

Munchner Dunkel
Marzen
Oktoberfest
Schwarzbier
Bock
DoppleBock


Hybrids
American Cream Ale
American Wheat
American specialty wheat

Fruit/Vegetable beer
Pumpkin beer
Herb and Spice beer
Chocolate Beer
Coffee beer
Rye/Roggen Beer
Wood / Barrel
Aged beer
Wood/Barrel
Aged strong beer
Smoked/Rauch beer

Specialty Ales/Lagers




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