Dru Bru

Commercial Brewery | Snoqualmie Pass, WA, United States of America

Vital Statistics


Overall average: 67 (logged 22 times)
Dru Bru Alt
Dru Bru ALT German Copper Ale: 50 (logged 1 time)
Dru Bru Equinox Fresh Hop IPA: 71 (logged 2 times)
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Dru Bru Hop Session IPA: 67 (logged 3 times)
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Dru Bru IPA
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Dru Bru Kölsch: 63 (logged 2 times)
Dru Bru Oktoberfest: 50 (logged 3 times)
Märzenbier / Oktoberfestbier
Dru Bru Pass Life Pale
American Pale Ale
Dru Bru Schwarzbier: 73 (logged 4 times)
European-style Dark Lager
Dru Bru Spring Pacific Crest Ale: 67 (logged 1 time)
American Pale Ale
Dru Bru Summer Bavarian Style Hefeweizen: 71 (logged 2 times)
Bavarian Hefeweizen
Dru Bru Summit Summer Belgian Session Ale: 67 (logged 1 time)
Belgian Pale Ale
Dru Bru Vienna Amber: 75 (logged 1 time)
European-style Amber Lager
Dru Bru Wit
Serious Bru Bohemian Pilsner: 75 (logged 1 time)
Czech Pilsner
Sticker Alt: 83 (logged 1 time)
European-style Dark Lager


Dru Bru / Icicle Kristall Weissbier (collaboration)

Logs for beers from this brewery

Looks like they rebranded this beer. First time I’ve had it on nitro and it was really good! Roasty, and smooth but somehow still has sparkly effervescence.
My description from last time holds. Clove a bit stronger in the smell than flavor, very nice aftertaste. No lemon slices here!
Bitter, clean, lightly buttery, like a Czech Pilsner with added caramel.
Fruity, almost orangey, with a kiss of acid right before it mellows into a funky sweet cereal. Seems better than the last time I had this (in fact, it appears completely different), but I still think it could have been a little more assertive.
Maybe I was starved, but I thought this worked really well. Transparent, effervescent and just slightly fruity/tangy, with a sweet and smooth cereal overtone. Pretty much exactly what I was looking for in a Kolsch.
Can at Home
Sticker Alt (2019)
Surprisingly light for as dark as it is, almost too light. Still good cereals and nothing overbearing.
Light, sweet wheat flavor with banana and a very clean taste. Tangy on the backend. They put a lemon slice in the glass here, which is a tradition that needs to die.
Caramel and funk are about right. An unusual amount of sweet, banana-like esters. Touch of coriander. More like a weizen than a märzen - not a fan.
Definitely suffers in comparison to the Worthy, although this was arguably objectively good. More alpha, less freshness in the opening flavors.
A creamy, roasted, porter-like beer with a light coffee character. Like other schwarzbiers I've had, there's a lactic funk in the background and a malty sweetness that closes. This one is slightly more roasty and correspondingly more bitter, but still nice.
Chocolate-caramel like a porter or dark lager, but with a half-hop, half-roast bitterness on the finish that builds up over the glass. On the surface it was okay, but it definitely seemed worse than the Pray For Snow and Big Ol' Pumpkin beers that others had.
A bit too sweet for me
Draft at Work
Straight banana-clove Belgian Pale. Tasty enough but nothing particularly memorable about it.
A pungent, rooty hop flavor that brings to mind English beers. Some west coast fragrance comes in after the fact, but this is one dank beer. A light malt profile and some slight yeast tartness and bitterness to the finish.
Meh, it's alright. Clean flavor profile without being especially crisp. Some light wheat flavors.
Definitely falls into the "We made an IPA lighter by watering it down" category of flavor. That the basic IPA seems tasty helps it out, though.
This is like a mild IPA. the hops are of the grapefruit flavor, though it's really mild. I like it better than the tongue curling full IPA, but I still probably wouldn't go out of my way to get this.
Grassy, not too much hop and not bitter.