Welcome to Banner Beer Company. Where big flavor and low ABV come together in brilliant beer. Here, we love the big flavors of American craft beer but we also have a lot to do. Which is why we set out to brew beer that brings great taste and low ABV together in a session beer for people with a motivated lifestyle. All of our beers are 5% ABV or lower, with banner nights and clear-headed mornings in mind.
So log the miles, tear up the trail, pursue your path, do great things. There’s a lot of life out there. Get after it.
At Banner, we’ve got the experience and know how to build a great tasting recipe. Todd has brewed with both traditional and exotic ingredients from all over the world for more than fifteen years. We know that full malt body, and deep hop flavor and aroma do not have to be compromised when creating low ABV beers, regardless of style or focus. We are committed to bringing you beers that are rich and complex, some true to style, some not so much. All backed by years of brewing service and a dedication to an ambitious lifestyle.
We’ve been at this for a long time. Craft beer has seen its share of trends, like beers with twice the hops, super high ABV, and beers that can only be served in tiny glasses. We appreciate those beers on occasions where we can take a step back and slow down a bit. Banner Beer’s approach is to scale back the ABV, lengthen the session, and enjoy the frequency. All of our recipes are written with great nights and Banner days in mind…
Your great friend is in town – let’s call him Pete – someone you haven’t seen in years. There’s a lot to get caught up on, so this is probably going to be a two beer conversation at least.”What’ll ya have?” the bartender asks.
You could go with the usual, the craft beer you’ve been drinking for years. Old reliable. But then you think about all the stuff you have to do in the morning.
Then the name comes to you. It’s something new. Really tasty. And it’s a session beer…
“Banner!” you tell the bartender. Pete tries it, too…
The beer flows with the conversation, and you lose track of time.
“Another?” asks the bartender.
You do that quick inward check. You’re good.
“Sure,” you answer. “Why not?”
Today, tomorrow and the next day, will all be Banner days.