Welcome To rek'-lis
beer is what we know best. the food part of this venture has surpassed our expectations of what we were going to be. We are pumped that we are now being known for both! but between staff and our kitchen size, we are very busy. if you don't like to wait, call ahead to see what the wait time is.
the good stuff
Please be advised, that seating is first come first serve. For parties with four or more, please call ahead to see what the wait time is! But remember, you can always wait on our beer deck and have a nice cold beer in the meantime.
- Thursday: 5-9pm
- Friday: 5-10pm
- Saturday: 12-10pm
- Sunday: 12-9pm
- Monday: 5-9pm
- Tuesday: CLOSED
- Wednesday CLOSED
i'd tap that
Our beers are constantly changing, evolving, and improving. We don't believe there is any such thing as the Perfect beer, but we'll keep trying to find it ... You'll find 8-12 beers on tap depending on availability.
It’s that simple, the never ending quest to quench the ‘thirst’, whether it’s on a bike, skis, or in a glass. This is where the passion comes from, it’s what rek'•lis is, this is us, and now it’s you...
About the rek'-lis owners
To paint you a picture… if there's a mountain in our path, we'll climb it. Put a mountain with a badass rip roaring trail to the top and we'll ride it. Put a pile of snow on it and we'll skin ourselves to the top just to rip down to the bottom as fast as those big ole floaty skis can fly. At the end of it all, give us a beer. We'll drink it, and then we'll want to brew a better one! It’s that simple, the never ending quest to quench the ‘thirst’, whether it’s on a bike, skis, or in a glass. This it where the passion comes from, it’s what rek'•lis is, this is us, and now it’s you...
The rek'-lis vision
Despite its tiny size, Rek'•lis already has a scene. It’s a mountain-town beer, geared toward those who live the lifestyle that Ian and Marlaina live—reckless, shameless, gung-ho, fully charged. Whenever it’s time to brew they head up into the woods with five-gallon buckets to fetch water from a “secret hippie stream.” You might say, then, that there’s an element of terroir that’s lacking in most craft beers, whose solid ingredients come from all over the world and whose water is drawn through conventional plumbing. They also see the town of Bethlehem as integral to their vision.