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  • 5 Rabbit Paletas
  • ABV(3.50)
A series of wheat beers named for the frozen pops often sold in Hispanic neighborhoods. This one features gauva.
  • Andechs Vollbier Hell
  • ABV(4.80)
A well rounded lager, that marries malt sweetness pairing with sublte floral hops.
  • Ballast Point Victory at Sea
  • ABV(10.00)
Cold brewed coffee adds subtle roasted flavor, blending perfectly with rich vanilla and caramel undertones.
  • Black Box 3 Day Weekend
  • ABV(5.00)
Features a balance between malts and hops with a clean finish
  • Boddington’s Pub Ale
  • ABV(4.70)
The bigger version of Boddington’s Bitter, with a creamy head and a golden well balanced body.
  • BUCKEYE AQUARIUS
  • ABV(9.66)
This HOP MONSTER is the biggest and baddest from BUCKEYE BREWING.
  • BUCKEYE CLEVELAND IPA
  • ABV(7.00)
Citrusy, piney, dank.
  • BUCKEYE CLEVELAND PORTER
  • ABV(6.70)
A roasty, malty, and refreshing Porter made with 8 different malts and English hops.
  • BUCKEYE HEIDI
  • ABV(5.30)
A Classic style german Pilsner.
  • BUCKEYE REDHEAD
  • ABV(5.30)
Irish Red Ale, slightly sweet and roasted malt, well balanced and very refreshing
  • BUCKEYE SINGULAR BLOND
  • ABV(6.40)
Subtle cirtusy/spicy yeast character with delicate pilsner malt taste.
  • BUCKEYE STYGIAN IPA
  • ABV(7.50)
Stygian: extremely dark, gloomy, or forbidding. Citrus and resiny flavors dominate with only the faintest note of roasted malt.
  • BUCKEYE TAPSTACK LAGER
  • ABV(4.00)
A Premium American Lager.
  • Cask: Heavy Seas Double Cannon
  • ABV(9.70)
Massively dry-hopped, with a balanced malt sweetness, this irresistible force showcases the power of bringing in the extra artillery.?
  • Dark Horse Plead The Fifth ’14
  • ABV(11.00)
Its big bodied with lots of roasted malts and balanced with heavy hops to put this imperial in a league of its own.
  • Destihl Flemish Amber
  • ABV(6.50)
A sour ale that marries wild lactic sourness with a wonderful, earthy bouquet from a blend of farmhouse yeast strains.
  • Founders Rubaeus
  • ABV(6.90)
In fermentation we add fresh raspberries at five separate stages to achieve the ultimate balance between tartness and sweetness.
  • Goose Island The Illinois
  • ABV(8.40)
An updated version of their original Imperial IPA. This new version is loaded with new varieties of hops never used in the original!
  • New Belgium Skinny Dip
  • ABV(4.20)
Cascade hops frolic with a hint of lime leaf, making Skinny Dip a bright, refreshing splash for the summer season.
  • Ommegang Calypso Hennepin
  • ABV(7.70)
Hennepin Saison with Calypso hops in kettle addition and dry-hopping.
  • Ommegang Joemmegang
  • ABV(7.50)
Brewed with oats, lactose, and cocoa nibs. This beer is circulated through three kinds of fresh roasted coffee after fermentation.
  • Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale
  • ABV(6.50)
This voluminously hopped pale ale delivers a hoppy nose & assertive-but-balanced flavors of pale malts & citrusy floral hops
  • Platform Tache Noir
  • ABV(7.30)
This Black Saison marries roasted malts with a Belgian Yeast and a dry finish.
  • Portside High Tide Hefeweizen
  • ABV(5.50)
The yeast provides the unique flavors of banana and cloves. Little hop bitterness and a moderate level of alcohol.
  • Rogue Morimoto Imperial Pilsner
  • ABV(8.80)
Golden in color with a dry hop floral aroma and intense hop bitterness supported by a big malty backbone which culminates into a hedonistic mouthfeel.
  • St. Louis Kriek
  • ABV(6.90)
The intense flavour of cherries and light nuances of almond from the pits give flavour to this fruity delicacy.
  • Vander Mill Blue Gold Blueberry Hard Cider
  • ABV(5.00)
A handcrafted, lightly carbonated, semi-sweet cider blended with West Michigan blueberries. Don’t worry, it’s Gluten Free.
  • Victory Hop Ticket Black IPA
  • ABV(6.60)
A Black IPA that shows the potential for a true bitter balance between roasted malts and hops.


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