Peoria Artisan Brewery | Seasonal and Limited Beer
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Seasonal and Limited Beer

Rotating and seasonal brews crafted throughout the year.

Rotating Beers

The following brews will be available from time to time and if you haven’t already, we highly recommend you like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter so you are current with our latest offerings.  We always try to be creative and provide unique options to our customers.  These brews never last long and may be restricted with respect to growler fills.  However, rest assured that we will do our very best to keep them coming and pour every ounce of our passion and creativity into their crafting.


Peanut Butter Porter checkin

We started with a classic Porter style brew and put our own spin on crafting this with Peanut Butter.  Slightly roasted and slightly chocolaty, the profile is complex and creative.  Oh, and you’ll find plenty of Peanut Butter deliciousness.

Artisan Arsonist checkin

A balanced Red Ale with a copious addition of smoked malts.  An evening around a campfire for your palette.

L’Automne Saison checkin

A classic Saison recipe with a slightly spicy character.  Emphasis is placed on the yeast flavors and a very light hop bitterness.

Woods-y Winter Spiced Ale checkin

A seasonal offering around Thanksgiving and Christmas.  A dark ale brewed with cinnamon, cloves, allspice and fresh ground ginger.

A day at the Park checkin

Offered spring and summer, a session IPA with a lower alcohol content of around 4.8% ABV, and a strong hop bitterness.

Fields Forever checkin

A summer wheat beer with fresh strawberries added during secondary conditioning.

Litchfield Hollow Pumpkin checkin

Four pumpkins per barrel brewed with cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and ginger.  It’s a seasonal (as if you didn’t know already).