Black Diamond Hefeweizen, 5.0% Concord, CA
A traditional Bavarian refreshing wheat beer. It uses a
unique German yeast strain which imparts the fruit and spicy,
Hanger 24 Orange Wheat. 4.6% Redlands, CA
This is an American wheat beer that gives the expected flavors of cereal grains, lemon & orange rind with a bit more residual sweetness than ordinary.
Ommegang Adoration, 10%, Cooperstown, New York
Distinct Belgium yeast, spicy and aromatic, followed by apple, orange
and dried fruit. Complex sipping beer.
Ommegang Three Philosophers Quad, A, 9.8%, Cooperstown, NY
This beer is an exciting blend of a strong dark ale married with the cherry lambic from Leafmans. Enjoy A port-like experience with roasted malt, cherries, dark chocolate, and brandied raisins. A really big beer meant for slow sipping.
Ommegang Abbey Ale, 8.5% Cooperstown, NY
Meditate on this dark ruby elixir. With hints of clove, fig, honey,
toffee, chocolate, toffee and dark dried fruit to delight your senses.
This beer was inspired by Trappist monks.
Ommegang Biere D’Hougoumont, 7.3% Cooperstown, NY
Brewed with traditional French ale yeast, eight malts, French Strisselspalt hops, and aged on white oak and hard maple wooden barrels.
Gnomegang Belg. Pale, 9.5% Cooperstown, NY
Pouring a wonderful straw yellow, this Belgian strong pale ale is sure to satisfy with its traditional yeast driven flavor profiles.
Allagash Curieux, 11% Portland, ME
This Barrel Aged Strong Ale is made by aging Allagash’s Tripel Ale
in Jim Beam bourbon barrels for eight weeks in cold cellars. It’s then
blended back with a portion of fresh Tripel. The resulting beer is softwith coconut and vanilla notes, with hints of bourbon. World Class (100 Beer Advocate)
Drakes Mid Life Crisis, 5% San Leandro, CA
Experimental pale ale brewed as a special release for another local pub. Wonderfully aromatic for a smooth pale ale.
Grand Teton Sweetgrass APA, 6.0% Victor, ID
2009 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal winner in the
American Pale Ale category, this crisp and fragrant beer is hopped
and dry-hopped with plenty of Amarillos and Cascades.
Amber & Red Ales
Altamont Rich Mahogany, 6% Livermore, CA
A balanced maltiness, followed by a pronounce hop character. A pungent hop aroma and flavor is delivered by the use of Columbus, Summit, and Cascade hops; followed by a medium bitterness.
Heretic Brewing Evil Twin, 6.8% Pittsburg, CA
Huge malt and hop character without being overly sweet or bitter.
This beer uses massive late hopping and five different malts to create a bold, but balanced and drinkable beer.
Alaskan Amber, 5.3% Juneau, AK
Richly malty and long on the palate, with just enough hop backing to make this amber colored "alt" style beer notably well balanced. A very easy drinking style for those looking to avoid bitterness.