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Kentucky Common Ale

Kentucky Common Ale


Kentucky Common Ale was a popular style of beer in and around Pulaski County, Kentucky from the 1850s until Prohibition. While rarely brewed commercially now, we have revived this amber colored, easy sipping ale to satisfy today's popular beer drinking preferences.

Goldenberg Golden Ale

Goldenberg Golden Ale


Quickly becoming one of our most requested Flagships, this brew was crafted in recognition of our brewery's location in the historic Goldenberg Furniture building in downtown Somerset, Ky. A delicious golden ale with hints of honey and rye with a crisp finish.

Baxter's Coffee Stout

Baxter's Coffee Stout


Our stout is brewed with an infusion of locally roasted Baxter’s Coffee and a hint of vanilla. It is pitch black in color and has a super smooth, creamy taste.

Nice Day Session IPA

Nice Day Session IPA


Our Nice Day IPA starts off moderately hoppy and quickly rounds out with a big, citrusy, floral finish. Have a good one!

experimental beers

Jarfly is constantly adding experimental batches. Check out our selections on tap to see what's new, or just ask for a flight of our newest brews.

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Nice Day Session IPA

Our Nice Day IPA starts off moderately hoppy and quickly rounds out with a big, citrusy, floral finish. Have a good one!

Baxter's Coffee Stout

Our stout is brewed with an infusion of locally roasted Baxter’s Coffee and a hint of vanilla. It is pitch black in color and has a super smooth, creamy taste.

Kentucky Common Ale

Kentucky Common Ale was a popular style of beer in and around Pulaski County, Kentucky from the 1850s until Prohibition. While rarely brewed commercially now, we have revived this amber colored, easy sipping ale to satisfy today's popular beer drinking preferences.

Goldenberg Golden Ale

Quickly becoming one of our most requested Flagships, this brew was crafted in recognition of our brewery's location in the historic Goldenberg Furniture building in downtown Somerset, Ky. A delicious golden ale with hints of honey and rye with a crisp finish.