On Tap: July 23, 2014

Beers listed here reflect our daily printed menu. Updates every morning.

Featuring Drakes Drakonic Stout - full bodied coffee and chocolate anyone?

Wheat Style Ales

Dust Bowl Wheat 5.3% Turlock, CA
This mild and easy drinking beer is wonderfully smooth while offering the traditional flavors associated with a hefeweizen wheat beer.

Schubros Nico American Wheat, 4.3% San Ramon, CA
"The wheat beer an IPA drinker likes too." Crisp and refreshing with rye to make it truly unique. Big body and great mouthfeel, bringing with it a food-pairing versatility like no other wheat beer offers.

Beer Valley Oregonberry Wheat, 4% Ontario, OR
Oregonberry Wheat Ale is a light, refreshing, tart summer beer brewed with pale malt, organic wheat malt, cherries, blueberries, and plums. This beer has a rich berry nose and flavor and subtle wheat malt tones.

Craft Lager

Sudwerk Pilsner, 5% Davis, CA
Medium bodied Bavarian style Pilsner. Clean malt sweetness with a pleasant floral hop character. Clean and crisp with a nice dry finish.

Pale Ales

Six Rivers Chile Pepper Ale, 6% Mckinleyville, CA
2004 Great American Beer Festival Silver Medal Winner! Our Weatherman Wheat infused with Carlos’ special blend of fire roasted chiles..."It’s hot boy!"

Red Ale

Ninkasi Dawn of the Red, 7% Eugene OR,
An IRA bursting with notes of mango, papaya and pineapple, this beer finishes juicy with a subtle malty backbone. It doesn't take brains to know hoppy, tropical IRAs are a great way to welcome warmer months ahead!

India Pale Ale

Speakeasy Vendetta IPA, 7.6% San Francisco, CA
This butterscotch colored citrus IPA is very aromatic. Enjoy the balanced hoppiness with citrus esters and clean carbonation. This is an easy drinking IPA.

Ballast Point Sculpin IPA, 7.0% San Diego, CA
With bright flavors and aromas of apricot, peach, mango & lemon,
this beer won gold at the World Beer Cup in 2010.

Almanac IPA, 7.5% San Francisco, CA
Pours a beautiful orange color with a nice white head. Flavors of citrus, pine and slight resin balance the malty sweetness.

Green Flash West Coast IPA, 8.1% San Diego, CA
The newest rendition of an amazing IPA. A menagerie of hops are layered throughout the brewing process to create notes of pine, citrus and floral aromas. It’s a hop experience with horsepower.

Green Flash Hop Head Red, 7% San Diego, CA
This moderately carbonated hoppy red ale will satisfy the most rebellious IPA lover. With IBU’s around 70, this smooth hop monster will be a favorite agin and again.

Knee Deep Batch 138 IPA, 7.5%/75 IBU Auburn, CA
Knee Deep’s Batch 138 India Pale Ale is brewed with three types of C hops and Simcoe, which gives this West Coast IPA an aroma that resembles a cat that has peed in a pine tree. Batch 138 finishes dry and crisp and is sure to leave you in hop euphoria.

India Pale Ale

Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA, 6% Bend, OR
This mouthwateringly delicious IPA gets its flavor from a heavy helping of citra and mosaic hops. Don't worry, no fruit was harmed in the making of this beer.

Dust Bowl Brewing Hops of Wrath, 6.6% Turlock, CA
Citrus, Herbal, Pine, Resin and Floral aromas abound in every sip. Sweetness is muted somewhat as this beer finishes moderately dry and prepares you for the next sip.

Grand Teton Lost Continent IPA, 8% Victor, ID
Grand Teton’s Double IPA was born in our renowned Cellar Reserve program. A revised fermentation program has produced a more traditional Double IPA flavor profile--drier, less malty, more hoppy.

Eight Bridges Hoppy Salvation, 7.8%, Livermore, CA
The hops we use give this beer its characteristic floral and citrus notes in the smell and taste. Caramel malts give sweetness.

*Six Rivers Sasquatch DIPA, 9.3% McKinleyville, CA
Legendary, like the beast itself! Brewed with all imported malts and Loaded with Pacific NW, Cascade and Columbus hops before being dry hopped with more Columbus hops to a whopping 99IBU. Whole cone hops ONLY at Six Rivers. Clean and flavorful with a substantial malt backbone and hoppy nose.

**+Knee Deep Hoparillo, Auburn, CA 11.1% 122 IBU
This is an amazing IPA. Huge and flavorful, it blows your mind with 122 IBU. This triple IPA is brewed with Amarillo, Mosaic, and Citra hops.

Bear Republic Racer 5, 7% Healdsburg, CA
American IPA with a clean, crisp floral aroma with big hop flavor. A
classic west coast IPA

8 Bridges Fyrst RIPA, 6.1% Livermore, CA
This is the FIRST beer that 8 Bridges brewery has launched with their new brewery! Fyrst RIPA is a red IPA using Cascade & Mt. Hood hops. Piney and resinous notes to balance the malty aromas. Off white creamy head with dark caramel malts give this beer its roast sweetness. balancing the hop bitterness.

Porter, Stout & Barleywine Ales

Dust Bowl Shame & Desparation, 8.2% Turlock, CA $8
Ethiopian coffee and raspberries in both fermentation and post fermentation add layers to this porter.

Drakes Drakonic Imperial Stout, 8.75% San Leandro, CA
This Imperial Stout is a big, malty beast of a beer. Drakonic is
smooth and dense with flavors of licorice, coffee and chocolate and a
slightly dry finish. Enjoy.

*Sierra Bigfoot Barleywine 2014, 9.6% Chico, CA
Boasting a dense, fruity bouquet, an intense flavor palate and a deep
reddish-brown color. Its big maltiness is superbly balanced by a
wonderfully bittersweet hoppiness.

Belgian Styles

**+Upright Brewing Five, 5.5% Portland, OR
Five is a farmhouse pale ale that was born after enjoying a few small production European brews that use a heavy hand of hops. Ours blends several Mt. Angel grown varieties to create a deep and complex flavor with an underlying earthiness. Pale fruit aromas created during the fermentation brighten the profile and bring the beer balance.

**+Upright Brewing Seven, 8% Portland, OR
"Seven is our most aromatic beer. The brewery's saison yeast is fully expressed in the aroma with lots of fruitiness while the hops provide light spice notes. The beer has some heft mid-palette but finishes dry with a lightly lingering bitterness.

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