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– Pilsner – Czech
4.9% ABV – Únětický
Únětická 12° je skladbou surovin i jejich kvalitou totožná se svojí štíhlejší sestrou 10°. Postup výroby ve varně zaručuje ve finále vyšší plnost a předpoklad bohaté a trvanlivé pěny hotového piva. Řízené hlavní kvašení, dokvašení a zrání zajišťuje pivu „sladové tělo“ i vyšší obsah alkoholu. Charakteristická je silnější kvasničná vůně. Vzhledem je nazlátlé barvy s mírným kvasničným zakalením.
5.2% ABV – Bavik
– Bavikhove, Vlaanderen
Bavik Super Pils obtains its unique taste and aroma through its exceptional brewing process. Our pils has not been diluted, we only use aroma hops, guarantee a long and cold maturation process and pasteurization is out of the question. Those 4 elements result into this unique pils. Never compromise on taste!
5.1% ABV – Ayinger
– Aying, Bayern
Delicious lemon and vanilla scented wheat beer with yeast. This is an aristocratic beer with a champagne sparkle and a beautifully sustained head. With the pale color of mountain honey and tart refreshing palate, it is a “brut” beer with the delicious, complex fruitiness of extra-dry champagne.
4.8% ABV – Reissdorf
– Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen
Pale straw in color, the nose is primarily slightly sweet with a malty character. The flavors are mild with only a hint of hops, but the mouth feel is quite smooth. An excellent introduction to the Kolsch style.
– Lager – Helles
5.0% ABV – Stiegl
– Salzburg, Salzburg
This wonderfully refreshing beer specialty from Stiegl, Austria’s largest privately owned brewery is brewed in strict adherence with the 1516 purity law of only using water, malt and hops. Stiegl-Goldbräu is an Austrian styled beer with its own distinctive Salzburg lager flavor. The 12o original gravity is unparalleled in its even taste and ability to refresh. It is mildly hopped is golden in color has a great head with a superb finish. Stiegl-Goldbräu is considered by many connoisseurs to be the world’s finest beer.
– IPA – Session
4.9% ABV – Fat Head’s
– North Olmsted, OH
As refreshing as wading in a cold stream in the morning sunshine or a walk among the tall trees, this beer has big hop aromas and flavors of citrus, peach, orange and tropical fruit with a nice light malt backbone. Like a sweet coming, never fade away dream… because it’s deliciously real. This is a very drinkable session IPA. (Our fans call it an obsession IPA.) Peace, Love & Hoppiness!
Food Pairings: Spicy Foods. Chicken Wings, Crab Cakes.
– IPA – Imperial / Double
8.3% ABV – Columbus
– Columbus, OH
An awakening of the senses by virtue of American hops. Pale golden in color, this double IPA showcases a unique blend of hops, highlighting the true nature of Citra
– IPA – American
7.25% ABV – AleSmith Brewing Company
– San Diego, CA
Deep golden to light amber color, and a nice off-white head, with good retention when properly served. Starts off with pleasantly strong hop flavors, balanced by a firm malt backdrop, then fades to a dry finish with a lingering hoppiness.
San Diego Pale Ale .394
– Pale Ale – American
6.0% ABV – AleSmith Brewing Company
– San Diego, CA
Named after Tony Gwynn’s batting average .394 during the strike shortened season.
– IPA – New England
6.7% ABV – Great Lakes Brewing Company
– Cleveland, OH
Blast into orbit through a hazy galaxy of otherworldy tropical fruit aromas.
Lake Erie Sunset
– Blood Orange Wheat
5.2% ABV – Collision Bend Brewing
– Cleveland, OH
Blood Orange American Wheat Ale
Wine BA Three Philosophers
– Belgian Quadrupel
9.3% ABV – Ommegang
– Cooperstown, NY
Wine Barrel Three Philosophers pours a dark cherry-chestnut with a smooth, tan head. Aromas of roasted malt, dark fruit, molasses and oak accompany robust flavors of currants, figs, and chocolate. A big, full mouthfeel is enriched by a firm
tannic structure that finishes moderately dry.
– Farmhouse Wit
4.8% ABV – Jolly Pumpkin
– Dexter, MI
Calabaza Blanca is a low-calorie farmhouse white ale brewed in Belgium’s bière blanche tradition. Spiced with orange peel and coriander, you’ll find it refreshingly tart, with a wonderfully dry finish. A year-round favorite for sure!
– Sour Saison
5.9% ABV – OEC Brewing
– Oxford, CT
Tempus Blend #12 is a blend of 50% young Tempus lagered for at least 8 months in oak with 25% 18 month old lambic style ale and 25% 18 month old saison aged in red & white wine barrels.
– Belgian Amber
6.5% ABV – Ommegang
– Cooperstown, NY
Our take on the smooth, easy drinking ambers poured in cafés across Belgium, Rare Vos (Strange Fox) takes its name from a tavern near Brussels known for cycling contests, pigeon races and outstanding ales. Pouring a brilliant copper with a creamy white head, this bright, beguiling beer is sensational to session, and pairs wonderfully with mussels, frites and other pub fare.
Because at the end of the day, it’s good to enjoy the end of the day.
La Chouffe Blond
– Belgian Blonde Ale
8.0% ABV – d’Achouffe
– Achouffe, Wallonie
Combining notes of fresh coriander and fruity tones, is the drink which gives gnomes their zest for life. At least, that’s what these imps say when they are thirsty. Their secret used to be jealously guarded from one generation to the next until the day they shared the recipe with humans to seal their friendship. Of all the legends from the wonderful region of the Belgian Ardennes, the tale of LA CHOUFFE is the one which most merits re-telling.
– Pumpkin Ale
7.3% ABV – Masthead Brewing Company
– Cleveland, OH
Our house pumpkin ale is brewed with pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger.
6.3% ABV – Hofbräu
– Munich, Bayern
The Munich Beer Festival, or Oktoberfest, is an event of superlatives – it’s the largest popular festival in the world, staging in the beer metropolis of Munich. Millions of visitors from all over the world flock along every year to enjoy its very special atmosphere. For this occasion, Hofbräu brews a rich, full-bodied beer which goes down ideally with traditional Bavarian cuisine. With its deliciously bitter taste and alcoholic content of 6.3% volume, Hofbräu Oktoberfestbier is as special as the Beer Festival itself.
Origin of Darkness
– Barrel Aged Stout
11.5% ABV – Collective Arts/Voodoo
– Hamilton, ON
21 months. That’s how long this Imperial Stout aged in Bourbon Barrels. If it were a child it would be stringing two-word sentences together by now. And you know what it would say? “F*cking delicious.” Collaborating with Voodoo Brewing from Pennsylvania, we used Cocoa Nibs and Cassia Bark (also known as Chinese Cinnamon) to give this beer some deep chocolate flavours and a sweet spice.
5.1% ABV – Downeast
– Boston, MA
The original unfiltered. A hard cider that tastes like apple cider. Smooth and refreshing, perfectly balanced. Like the cider your grew up drinking.
– Stout – Russian Imperial
9.0% ABV – North Coast
– Fort Bragg, CA
Produced in the tradition of 18th Century English brewers who supplied the court of Russia’s Catherine the Great, Old Rasputin seems to develop a cult following wherever it goes. It’s a rich, intense brew with big complex flavors and a warming finish.
– Belgian Strong Golden Ale
8.5% ABV – Duvel Moortgat
– Puurs, Vlaanderen
Duvel is a natural beer with a subtle bitterness, a refined flavour and a distinctive hop character. The unique brewing process, which takes about 90 days, guarantees a pure character, delicate effervescence and a pleasant sweet taste of alcohol.
Apart from pure spring water, which is the main ingredient of beer, barley is the most important raw material. Barley must germinate for five days in the malt house, after which malt remains. The colour of the malt and as a consequence also of the beer is determined by the temperature. Duvel obtains its typical bitterness by adding various varieties of aromatic Slovenian and Czech hops. We use only exclusive hops that are renowned for their constant, outstanding quality.
Duvel ferments for the first time in tanks at 20 to 26°C. The brewer uses his own culture for this. The original yeast strain, which Victor Moortgat himself selected in the 1920’s, originates from Scotland. After maturing in storage tanks in which the beer is cooled down to -2°C, the drink is ready for bottling. Thanks to the addition of extra sugars and yeast, the beer ferments again in the bottle. This occurs in warm cellars (24°C) and takes two weeks. Then the beer is moved to cold cellars, where it continues to mature and stabilise for a further six weeks. This extra long maturation period is unique and contributes to the refined flavour and pure taste of Duvel.