Beer Selection Page 2



LAGERS

Lagers are known for a more light and crisp flavor opposed to the bold, fruity characteristics of an ale. Some of the most well-known domestic beers are lagers including Yuengling, Sam Adams, Bud Light and Coors Light.


 Sam Adams Boston LagerSamuel Adams - Boston Lager (Massachusetts)
This is the one that started it all for Boston Beer Company’s worldwide success! It pours a billowy, thick white head that gives off beautiful aromas of sweet, roasted malts, with a slight citrus tang from the hops. This full bodied medium hopped Vienna Lager has a great crisp flavor that is perfectly balanced.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 4.9%    

 




 

 

 

 




Yuengling

 

Yuengling - Traditional Lager (Pennsylvania)
An American Pale Lager from the oldest Brewery in America! The aromas are of medium roasted caramel malts and cereal. It’s also brewed with 2 different hops to balance out the malt sweetness, for a nice crisp flavor, sip after sip!

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 4.4%



PORTER & STOUTS

Porters and Stouts are both characterized by their roasted flavor. Hints of chocolates and coffee can highlight this style as well oatmeal and milk flavors offering a more rich and creamy drinking experience.

 

Anderson Valley Barney Flats

 

 

Anderson Valley Brewing – Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout (California)
This is a classic creamy beer that is a great example of what an oatmeal stout can be.  It’s really best paired with a meal and with each drink you’ll get a roasty smooth taste and a grainy finish.  It’s got notes that are almost coffee-like but leave you wanting another swallow to see what you get each time.  It goes very well with a nice meat pie or any steak and potatoes kind of dinner.  

 

 
Coppertail Night SwimCoppertail Brewing Company - Night Swim Robust Porter (Florida)
Brewed unfiltered in Tampa, Florida, this porter has a rich, roasted flavor with hints of chocolate.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 6.2%

 

 

 

 



GuinnessGuinness Draught (Ireland)
An original Irish Stout that sets the guideline to sessionable dry stouts! On the nose, you will get subtle notes of coffee and hints of bitter dark chocolate. These aromas come from the roasted malts and barley used in this smooth brew. If you like excellent dry Stouts, get the original!

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 4.2%

 



Left Hand Milk StoutLeft Hand Brewing Company - Milk Stout (Colorado)
A delicious stout with aromas of luscious milk chocolate, vanilla and a slight coffee. The flavors match the aromas perfectly, showcasing the savory notes that roasting malts can bring to the awaiting palette.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 6%

 

 

 

 Sam Adams Cream StoutSam Adams – Cream Stout (Massachusetts)
Often referred to as the Cappuccino of beers, Sam Adams Cream Stout is rich and creamy. The full roasted flavor, subtle sweetness and smooth finish make this brew a favorite among stout lovers.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 4.9%



 

Saugatuck Blueberry Maple StoutSaugatuck Brewing Company – Blueberry Maple Stout (Michigan)
A sweet milk stout with a unique twist – the brew tastes just like blueberry pancakes topped with maple syrup!

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 4.9%






Saugatuck Neapolitan Milk Stout Saugatuck Brewing - Neapolitan Milk Stout (Michigan)

A delicious milk stout brewed with flavors of Neapolitan Ice Cream. Nostalgic flavors of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry in one glass offers a unique, delicious drinking experience for stout lovers.


Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 6%


   

Weyerbacher TinyWeyerbacher - Tiny (Pennsylvania)
A rich stout with layers and layers of flavor starting with a cocoa to match the super-dark color, high malt, sweet molasses and an earthy richness. A creamy-smooth mouthfeel as thick as a cup of cappuccino and a lightly burnt bitter aftertaste.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 11.8%

 


Youngs Double Chocolate StoutYoung’s - Double Chocolate Stout (England)
A chocolate twist on Young’s award winning dark beer. Chocolate and malts are added to create an indulgent, but not overly sweet experience.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV) 5.2%

 



 

SEASONAL

 

Throughout the year, breweries create seasonal releases that characterize the flavors of the season. Winter flavors are bold and dark, whereas summer brews are fruitier and refreshing. Oktoberfest and Pumpkin microbrews are released during the fall, followed by Holiday spiced flavors in late November- December.

Summer

Anderson Valley Summer Solstice
Anderson Valley - Summer Solstice (California)

This copper-colored ale is smooth, malty, and lightly sweet, with a hint of spice for a velvety, quite drinkable flavor. This is a silky, creamy dream is perfect as a warm weather beer.

 

 

Leinenkugels Summer Shandy
Leinenkugels - Summer Shandy (Wisconsin)

GABF Silver Medal 2012. Carefully brewed using the finest malted wheat with just a touch of real Wisconsin honey, this beer is then mixed with lemonade flavor to create a crisp, refreshing taste that's perfect for the long hot days of summer.

 

 

Sam Adams Summer Ale
Sam Adams - Summer Ale (Massachusetts)
Samuel Adams Summer Ale has a tangy and refreshing flavor. It is brewed using malted wheat, lemon zest, and a rare African pepper that creates body and crisp, spicy flavors. It's a thirst quenching, clean finishing beer that is perfect for the summer.

 

 

Shipyard Summer Ale
Shipyard Brewing - Summer Ale (Maine)
Shipyard Summer Ale is a traditional American wheat beer. With an inviting golden color, mellow malted wheat flavor and less hoppy hops characteristcs, it’s sure to please those looking for a clean and cool taste sensation for those long hot summer days.

 





 

 

SPECIALTY

It is hard to categorize every style of beer with the craft beer boom on the rise. This category includes a mixture of styles hard to place in the standard categories of ales, lagers, stouts, etc. Belgian brews highlight the list, along with Ciders and unique flavors such as Chili Beer.

 

 

Angry Orchard Crisp Apple CiderAngry Orchard - Crisp Apple Cider (Ohio)
A very refreshing cider with a crisp, yet sweet apple flavor. Very easy to drink…and drink…and drink…

Alcohol by Volume (ABV):  5%






Coppertail Unholy TrippelCoppertail Brewing – Unholy Trippel (Florida)
Brewed in Tampa, FL, this Trippel pours a hazy amber in the glass and finishes with a medium, creamy-white head. The aromas and flavors are Floridian-Belgian or “FloriBel”, as you experience sweet, tropical citrus such as, Orange, Pineapple and Slight Lemon along with the Belgian signature spice, Coriander, making this Trippel, an excellent, full-bodied Brew.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 9%

 

Crispin Blackberry Pear CiderCrispin Cider Company - Blackberry Pear Cider (California)
100% Pear Juice with flavors of blackberry and pear. A must try if you are looking for a cider to compliment your beer basket.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 5%






Delirium TremensDelirium Tremens -  Belgian Ale (Belgium)
Delirium Tremens is a Belgian Strong Pale Ale brewed in Belgium. It has a light hop flavor mixed with a surprisingly malty flavor. Its big body leaves a rich mouth feel for a long, sweet aftertaste. In 1997 Delirium Tremens was nominated as the "Best Beer in the World". It also received a gold medal during the World Beer Championships in 1998 which confirmed its worldwide recognition.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 8.5%

 

 Saison DupontSaison Dupont Belgian Farmhouse Ale (Belgium)

A Saison / Farmhouse Ale that is beautifully balanced and complex with a refreshing fruitiness and long, dry finish. It is bottled unfiltered so it may be cloudy or have a slight sediment, but this is normal and perfectly natural.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 6.5%

 

 

St. Bernardus ABT 12St. Bernardus - Abt 12 Belgian Abbey Ale
St. Bernardus Abt 12 is an ale brewed in the classic ’Quadrupel’ style of Belgium’s best Abbey Ales. It has a fruity aroma, full of complex flavors and excels because of its long bittersweet finish with a hoppy bite. Worldwide, this brew is seen as one of the best beers in the world. It’s a very balanced beer with a full-bodied taste and a perfect equilibrium between malty, bitter, and sweet.

Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 10%

 

 

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