Browse the Tilion Brews
Peanut Butter Cocoa Stout
Sweet Stout w/ Peanut Butter, Cocoa, Vanilla, & Double Marshmallow
Cream of the Crop
Beer Slushies (rotating flavors)
Blood Orange Wheat Ale
Belgian Blonde Ale
Hard Seltzer (crowlers only)
**assorted flavors: Raspberry, Peach, Red Sangria, POG (passion fruit, orange, guava), Lemon Lime**
Cannon Valley Trail (CVT)
Pink Flamingo Society
2 Day Weekend w/ Habanero & Lime
Look forward to our rotating beer selection, including: “T-1” (Tilion’s first recipe), our unique Belgian Single Ale; “2 Day Weekend“, New England IPA; “Little Cannon“, English Nut Brown Ale; “Bliss“, a dark chocolate oatmeal stout; Lake Andrew unCommon“, a California Common Steam Ale; “Cycology“, a red IPA; “Roger, Roger”, our American Pale Ale; “Death’s Door Tart Cherry Wheat“, a tart cherry wheat beer.
You can enjoy Tilion beers in our comfortable and spacious taproom or you can get 16 oz cans or 25.4 oz crowlers to take home with you!
Style: Patersbier/Belgian Single
This is a true Belgian Single Ale. There are very few commercial options available for this type of beer, as the Trappist monks traditionally only brew it for their own consumption within the monastery where it is made.
This is one of the most simple, yet complex, beers that you will find. Celebrate the trinity: one hop, one malt and one yeast! Spicy, malty, and Belgian through and through, without the heavy ABV.
Style: Red IPA
In a market like Minnesota there are plenty of great IPAs. Being a Minnesota brewery, we knew that we needed an outstanding IPA! We also knew that we needed something truly different, so in true Tilion fashion, we created something unique – a Red IPA.
Style: American Wheat
There is nothing like a wheat beer in the summer time and this is, hands down, one of our favorites! We knew that we wanted to make a wheat beer that was a little different from the rest. During a Memorial Day trip to Washington Island in Door County, Wisconsin, I fell in love not only with the island, but also with the tart cherries grown there. I figured that they would make a great malty, yet tart, beer!