CALLSIGN Brewing specializes in Hand Crafted Ales.  We take care to craft the best quality Beer.  Not only do we take pride in using the best ingredients to achieve the best taste, we are very aware that when creating a tribute to the brave men and women who serve our country the beer Must Be the Best!

Our Flagship Beers

Fighter Pale Ale(ON TAP) The American pale ale is characterized by floral, fruity, citrus-like, piney, resinous, or sulfur-like hop character, producing medium to medium-high hop bitterness, flavor and aroma.  Pale ales have medium body and low to medium maltiness that may include low caramel malt character.


 Test Pilot: Northwest IPA : (ON TAP)  NW Red IPA is the space where citrusy hop flavor joins with sweet caramel malt. A truly great
NW Red IPA will have a character that shows off the hops to advantage but the malt is so closely knit into the
flavor as to make the two virtually inseparable. Northwest hop aromas and flavors should be prominent in
this style, a malty beer but malt should not mask hop character.

Bomber Brown Ale: (ON TAP) Medium body, ranges from dry to sweet maltiness, and very little hop flavor or aroma.  Brown Porters are medium to dark brown (may have red tint) in color. Light- to medium-bodied, low to medium malt sweetness, caramel and chocolate notes, medium hop bitterness.


Huey American Wheat: (ON TAP) An Americanized version of a Hefe Weizen, these beers range within the pale to golden range in color. Reminiscent of a Hefe Weizen in appearance, unless filtered. Long-lasting head with a light to medium body, higher carbonation is proper.


Screaming Eagle Cream Ale: (ON TAP) Much like the cold-fermented kölsch ale brewed in Cologne, Germany, the top fermenting Cream Ale is light bodied, has fewer fruity esters and neither malt nor hops prevail.  Our Cream Ale is a perfect day drinking beer.  Lower IBU and ABV make this a truly sessionable beer.


Blonde Bombshell Ale(ON TAP) At a quick glance, a blonde can look like a pils. … is made with top-cropping yeast (aleyeast); it’s sweeter/fruitier than a pils, with taste balanced on … A blonde beer is almost always an ale, while a pilsner is always a lager.

Limited Seasonal Brew: Pumpkin Pie Ale:  (ON TAP) This deep amber colored spiced ale will have you thinking changing leaves, hoody weather, and campfires while you sip the sweet nectar that is Pumpkin Pie Ale. Boasting traditional flavors such as cinnamon, clove, ginger, and nutmeg, with hints of a Pecan Crust this seasonal ale will go fast!

Beers Coming this Fall and Winter

Vanilla Cappuccino Stout: Perfect for the cooler weather that is arriving.  This classic Stout will have all the coffee flavors that you crave with a hint of Vanilla to celebrate the season.  Bring on Sweater Days and Campfires!!

Lifter Irish Red Ale:  A bit sweet, with a lightly hopped tea-like flavor, and an even dexterous body, Irish Red Ales are easy to please. Look for well-rounded and balanced flavors, and a pleasant toasted malt character in many examples. A drying finish is common.