Inside what was once co-owner Darrell Dlouhy’s painting shop, you’ll find a full pub menu and a beer list that spans the style spectrum. On one end, there’s the hop-forward Badgers Bounty IPA; on the other, the more malty Josiah’s Revenge, an imperial stout. The pub also regularly releases experimental small-batch beers, most recently a scotch ale with the Anchorman-inspired name Scotchy Scotch Scotch Ale. Dlouhy says Daft Badger was intended to follow a brewpub model — “You can smell and hear us brewing while you’re here,” he says — but has recently begun distributing their beer in the greater Coeur d’Alene area. While Daft Badger has been asked to bring their beer into Washington, the young company — which Douhy owns along with Jake Capaul and Keith Bertram — is most interested in keeping their taproom busy and full of beer.