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Pils – Pilsner – German
5.1% ABV – Rothaus – Grafenhausen, Baden-Württemberg
 

Der beste Aromahopfen aus Tettnang und der Hallertau, heimisches Malz aus Sommergerste und reinstes Quellwasser aus dem Hochschwarzwald verleihen jedem Rothaus Pils Tannenzäpfle seinen einzigartig würzigen und frischen Geschmack.
 
„Eines der Referenz-Pils überhaupt. Perfekte Balance zwischen süddeutscher verspielter Süße und norddeutscher klarer Bittere.“

Goldbräu – 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.

Bräuweisse – Hefeweizen
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.

Kölsch – Kölsch
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.

Groovy Juice – IPA – New England
7.1% ABV – Fat Head’s Brewery – North Olmsted, OH
 

Juicy. Hoppy. Groovy. Our hazy IPA gets your groove on the move and satisfies your haze craze for dayz. Light in color, with a luscious, soft body. Enormous juicy and tropical notes of passion fruit, melon and mango from Mosaic, Citra and Azzacca hops excite the palette to make this a dangerously drinkable Hazy IPA. Turn on, tune out, and sip the sky.

Bodhi – 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

Burning River – Pale Ale – American
6.0% ABV – Great Lakes Brewing Company – Cleveland, OH
 

An assertively hopped American pale ale with citrusy and piney Cascade hops. Named after the 1969 burning of the cuyahoga river, our American pale ale combines a citrusy cascade hop flavor worn a fruity assertiveness. In keeping with the Bavarian purity law of 1516, this beer is traditionally brewed from all natural ingredients:barly,hops,yeast, and water. No chemicals or preservatives are used.

Aviator IPA – IPA – American
7.5% ABV – Working Class Brewery – Cleveland, OH
 

West Coast IPA dry hopped with chinook and mosaic

Lake Erie Sunset – Blood Orange Wheat
5.2% ABV – Collision Bend Brewing – Cleveland, OH
 

Blood Orange American Wheat Ale

Milk Stout – Stout – Milk / Sweet
5.7% ABV – Duck-Rabbit – Farmville, NC
 

The Duck-Rabbit Milk Stout is a traditional full-bodied stout brewed with lactose (milk sugar). The subtle sweetness imparted by the lactose balances the sharpness of the highly roasted grains which give this delicious beer its black color.

Brandy Barrel Black Falls – Porter – Imperial / Double Baltic
13.5% ABV – Jackie O’s Brewery – Athens, OH
 

A continuation of the first collaboration between Burial and Jackie O’s, Brandy Barrel Black Falls is the barrel-aged, high gravity iteration of an idea formed years ago. Brewed with North Carolina rye and Athens County spicebush berries, this Imperial Baltic Porter was laid to rest in apple brandy and bourbon barrels for 17 months, then conditioned on vanilla beans. After completing its journey, Brandy Barrel Black Falls exudes flavors of rich oak, deep caramel, rye spice, and wafts of sweet brandy.

120 Minute IPA – IPA – Triple
18.0% ABV – Dogfish Head – Milton, DE
 

The Holy Grail for hopheads! Clocking in at 15-20% ABV, 120 Minute IPA is continuously hopped with a copius amount of high-alpha American hops throughout the boil and whirlpool, and then dry-hopped with another pallet of hops. Unfiltered and abundently hoppy.

Calabaza Blanca – 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!

Artista Zynergia: Anteros – Wine Barrel Aged Sour
8.0% ABV – OEC Brewing – Oxford, CT
 

Anteros is a blend of Brouwerij Alvinne’s (Moen, Belgium) ale aged in oak barrels with quince and with several different OEC ales matured with our own Cayuga & Vidal blanc grapes in wine barrels for at least 12 months

Gulden Draak – Belgian Strong Amber Ale
10.5% ABV – Van Steenberge – Ertvelde, Vlaanderen
 

Gulden Draak has been breathing fire at the Van Steenberge brewery since 1986. This characterful, fiery beer was originally commissioned by the Cruyl brewery in Assenede. At the time, it was a festive beer brewed just once a year for the Assenede fanfare.

Gulden Draak originated when Jozef Van Steenberge received one of his Italian customers back in 1986. The Italian visitor could feel the fire and insisted on buying the beer. At first, Jozef refused because he felt that the beer was too strong, but then he agreed on the condition that an order of 100 hectolitres was placed. At the time, it was a large amount that guaranteed an entire week of production. A beer with character also deserves a bottle with character, a unique white bottle, they decided together.

The name ‘Gulden Draak’ refers to the gilded dragon statue at the top of the Ghent Belfry. Legend has it that the dragon graced the bow of the ship used by Norwegian Sigurd Magnusson on his crusade in 1111. The statue still stands guard on top of the Ghent Belfry today as a symbol for the city’s freedom and power.


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.

Key Lime Gose – Sour – Gose
4.8% ABV – Bookhouse Brewing – Cleveland, OH
 

The triumphant return of that most citrusy of refreshers sees a slight adjustment compared to our previous release. Key Lime and a super-refreshing acidity stay front and center, but now they’re backed up by a more focused blast of wheaty malt, and an elevated level of salinity. The whole package means a few things: concise and intense acidity with that distinctive lime flavor and aroma, a hint of salt to buoy the affair and help it finish crisp, and a slightly balancing, doughy/bready wheat finish.

Oktoberfest – Märzen
6.5% ABV – Great Lakes Brewing Company – Cleveland, OH
 

An amber lager with rich malt flavor balanced by fragrant noble hops.

Original Blend – Cider
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.

Duvel – 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.



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