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

Pours a clear pale golden. Bready malts with honey notes and floral hops. Sweet malt flavors intermingle with plenty of crisp hop character. Dry and refreshing.

Super Pils – Pilsner
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!

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.

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.

Sunshine Daydream – 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.


Citra Noel – IPA – Winter
7.3% ABV – Columbus Brewing Company – Columbus, OH
 

Welcome to a new holiday tradition. Our mahogany colored ale features tropical fruit notes from Citra hops and has a deep rich malt character.

XL – Pale Ale – Belgian
6.5% ABV – De Dolle – Esen, Vlaanderen
 

De Dolle’s 40th Anniversary brew “XL” Pale Ale. De Dolle Brouwers, Esen, Belgium, 15 November 1980 to 15 November 2020: 40 years (XL in Roman numerals is 40). Brewed with original floor malted Simpson Maris Otter pale-ale malt, dry-hopped with Poperinge Whitbread Golding hops, bitter orange peel in the old Copper Brew House that dates back to 1921, the restart after WW I.

Sleigh All Day IPA with Spruce Tips – IPA – Red
7.3% ABV – Masthead Brewing Company – Cleveland, OH
 

This seasonal IPA was brewed with a blend of spruce tips and hops yielding a balance between tropical hop goodness, piney dankness, and a brilliant malt backbone that complements all of our favorite parts of the holidays. Enjoy this beer with your loved ones while roasting chestnuts over an open fire, listening to your uncle’s best dad jokes, or to simply celebrate the season.

Hopsmack! – IPA – Imperial / Double
7.8% ABV – Toppling Goliath Brewing Co. – Decorah, IA
 

HOPSMACK! is here to rescue your palate. Giant aromas of pineapple and tropical fruit jump from this enticingly complex double IPA. true to its name, this brew delivers a heavy smack of dry hops and a double dose of bitterness in the finish.

Tokyo – Wheat Beer – Witbier
6.0% ABV – St.Bernardus – Watou, Vlaanderen
 

St.Bernardus Tokyo Sounds familiar? You are quite right, because in 2012 we launched a one-off brew on the occasion of the opening of the first St.Bernardus-themed café in the Japanese capital. Eight years later, you can sample our St.Bernardus Tokyo again, albeit with a new recipe!

The young Belgian illustrator Jonas Devacht created the artwork for the can, which consists of an impression of Japanese nightlife in the iconic streets of Kanda district, where you can find ‘Brasserie St.Bernardus’.

St.Bernardus Tokyo is an unfiltered ale, which has been brewed with a large amount of wheat, holding the middle between a white beer and a saison.

St.Bernardus Tokyo is an unfiltered, golden ale, topped off with an impressive white collar.

Character, taste, aromas

St.Bernardus Tokyo is famed for its hints of citrus, combined with likeable florals of chamomile and fruity yeast aromas of banana and red apple. Attentive beer fans may also detect a hint of clove and vanilla, as well as the typical esters of our unique St.Bernardus yeast. A refreshing beer with a spicy aroma and a slight hint of bitterness and sourness on the back of the palate! A real treat for the more adventurous beer fan.


Noël – Belgian Winter Ale
10.0% ABV – Delirium – Melle, Vlaanderen
 

Brewed only for the Christmas and New Year, Noël complete the “Delirium” trilogy. Its appearance is a superb warm copper to red color, recalling “Nocturnum” except in its taste. It hides its subtlety by multiple levels of flavor and should be approached with confidence, with a tinge typical Christmas, sauced with a sweet touch, then bitterness.

Spon Recordings – Sour – Saison
6.0% ABV – American Solera – Tulsa, OK
 

Collab with Field Recordings wine. Blend of Farmhouse Ales & Spontaneous Ales aged in Sauvignon Blanc barrels

Noel de Calabaza – Sour – Winter
9.0% ABV – Jolly Pumpkin – Dexter, MI
 

Deep mahogany and malty, layered hops, figs, raisins, sugar plums, cashews betwixt rum laden truffles.

Original Gose – Sour – Gose
4.7% ABV – Ritterguts – Borna, Sachsen
 

Ritterguts Gose is a top-fermented, sourish and slightly salty-tasting beer that was first brewed in 1824 – it is the special beer of Leipzig! The Gose is an own, very old type of beer that does not correspond to the German purity law. Even today, it is still brewed with an admixture of coriander and salt in the traditional way with a special yeast in open fermentation. Its particular character our Gose gets thereby and by lactate fermentation.

Mc Chouffe – Belgian Strong Dark Ale
8.0% ABV – d’Achouffe – Achouffe, Wallonie
 

Among the mythical characters living in Fairyland, some are more unusual than others. Malcolm, for example, is different because of his accent and his kilt: when it comes to beer, his favourite is Mc CHOUFFE. The delicious flavours of aniseed, liquorice and toffee tickle his taste buds. If you listen to him, he will boast of its ruby sparkle, its smooth bitterness and its strong character, worthy of his native Scotland. Although robust, Mc CHOUFFE goes down as easily as LA CHOUFFE.

Christmas Ale – Winter Ale w/ Spices
7.5% ABV – Great Lakes Brewing Company – Cleveland, OH
 

Do not open ‘til Christmas? Whoever coined that phrase obviously hasn’t tasted Christmas Ale’s fresh honey, cinnamon, and ginger flavors.

A Yuletide’s worth of holiday spices and sweet honey to keep you a-wassailing all season long..


Dead Guy Ale – Maibock
6.8% ABV – Rogue – Newport, OR
 

Our bold and complex maibock-style ale that has been introducing countless beer drinkers to craft beer the world for over 25 years. Chock full of rich caramel malts and herbal hop nuances tied together with a balanced hop bitterness, this guy is still as drinkable as ever.

Christmas Bomb! – Imperial Stout w/ Spices
13.0% ABV – Prairie – Krebs, OK
 

The Bomb! that we all know and love, with the addition of Christmas spices – cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg.

Bourbon County Brand Stout – Stout – Barrel Aged
15.2% ABV – Goose Island – Chicago, IL
 

Aged in 4+ year old Heaven Hill Bourbon barrels, the original bourbon barrel aged stout is as good as when we first made it over 20 years ago. Flavors of cocoa, vanilla, caramel, almond, cherry, plus leather and tobacco flavors permeate this complex beer that deepens with each sip.

As Brewmaster Jared Jankoski stated, “It ain’t broke, and we didn’t try to fix it.”


Coffee Dino S’mores – Stout – Coffee S’mores
10.5% ABV – Off Color Brewing – Chicago, IL
 

Stout brewed with Cacao Nibs, Coffee and natural flavors.

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.

Old Rasputin – 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.

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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