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Pivo Pils – Pilsner – Czech
4.8% ABV – Market Garden/Beer Engine – Cleveland, OH
 

A golden-blonde lager brewed in collaboration with Buckeye Beer Engine to celebrate their 15th anniversary. Bohemian malts accent the spicy hop aroma from Czech grown Saaz to create a well-rounded, clean finish #crispyboi

Tannen Zäpfle 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.“

Original – Lager – Helles
5.1% ABV – Hofbräu – Munich, Bayern
 

Its refreshing, bitter flavour and alcoholic content of around 5.1% volume have made it famous worldwide. A Munich beer with character.

Tipopils – Pilsner – Italian
5.2% ABV – Birrificio Italiano – Limido Comasco, Lombardia
 

Produced by infusion with Caramunich- and Pilsner-type barley malts, brewed with a popular German bottom-fermenting yeast. German bittering and aromatic hops used both in warm and cold hopping (dry hopping). It is coarsely filtered to remove some of the yeast.
Intense yellow-golden in color, it sports an abundant, fine, thick and persistently lacing white head.
Initial citrus and grassy hop aroma with hints of fresh yeast are immediately followed by flavors of honey and cereal coming from the malts; crowned by floral hints of chamomile and dandelion.
An initial, fleeting, hint of sweetness stikes the palate quickly giving way to a diffused bitterness that tickles your mucous membrane. A lively carbonation and a strong (yet never invasive) body mouthfeel complete Tipopils’ range of sensations.
A flavour one can never get tired of: this is her secret… A beer of great character in its apparent simplicity, its drinkability and low alcohol content often make it impossible to avoid having “one more”.
Thanks to our good friends at B. United International for bringing this back for the first time since Covid.

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.

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.

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.


Wilson – IPA – Imperial West Coast
8.5% ABV – Columbus/Beer Engine – Columbus, OH
 

Brewed for Buckeye Beer Engine (Lakewood, OH), this Double IPA features Chinook, Sabro, Citra, Talus, and Mosaic.

Noble Friend – IPA – New England / Hazy
6.5% ABV – Unseen Creatures/Civil Society – Miami, FL
 

It wouldn’t be a Civil collab if it wasn’t all dank and sticky. We’ve loaded this beer with some awesome hops and put a little Unseen Creatures spin on some of the building blocks of this beer.

Karl, Evan, KJ, and the gang at Civil have become some of our closest friends in the world, helping us through this COVID crisis more than we can ever thank them for, and we thought we’d name this beer after the beautiful friendship that we’ve built.

Hops: Mosaic, Citra, and El Dorado.


Lakewood DRIPA – IPA – Collaboration
9.0% ABV – Brew Kettle/Beer Engine – Strongsville, OH
 

Collaboration with Buckeye Beer Engine as part of their 15th Anniversary. Double Rice IPA made Cryo Citra, Amarillo, Sultana, and Bravo hops.

Nose of citrus peel followed by a soft, pillowly mouthfeel that opens up to a taste of honeydew and passion fruit. Low perceived bitterness. Drinks more like a 5% ABV Pale Ale than a DIPA. Finish is fruit forward, yet clean.


Early Admission – IPA – Double New England
8.0% ABV – BlackStack Brewing – Saint Paul, MN
 

Brewed with our buds and famed State Fair sud slingers Ball Park Cafe to kick off their “Kick Off The Sumemer” event at the State Fair grounds. Featuring a particular juicy quartet of Mosaic, Mosaic Cryo, Cashmere & El Dorado hops. Better stock up before the hoarders get here.

Rain Delay – IPA – West Coast
6.5% ABV – JAFB – Wooster, OH
 

An international IPA. Big tropical aroma and flavor from the use of hops from New Zealand and Australia. A crowd favorite. 2015 GABF Silver Medal: International IPA.

Sunday Transfer – IPA – Imperial New England
8.0% ABV – Masthead Brewing Company – Cleveland, OH
 

Sunday Transfer was brewed and double dry hopped with a bunch of Citra, Strata, Mosaic and Idaho 7. Expect a soft mouthfeel and bitterness paired with tropical hop notes.

Blanche – Sour – Farmhouse Ale
4.5% ABV – Fantôme – Soy, Wallonie
 

Brewery Dany Prignon has let nature take its course in this brew to give us an outstanding witbier with a dominant character of lemon and barnyard funk with subtle side-notes of orange and coriander.

La Roja Du Kriek – Sour – Flanders Red Ale
7.5% ABV – Jolly Pumpkin – Dexter, MI
 

Oak Barrel-Aged with Cherries

Watermelon Warheads – Sour – Fruited
5.0% ABV – Artisanal Brew Works – Saratoga Springs, NY
 

Warheads® Extreme Sour Watermelon Candy Ale is made in collaboration with Impact Confections, the makers of Warheads® candies. Just like the candy, these beers are sweet, sour, and crushable pint after pint!
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Each ale in our Warheads® Extreme Sour candy ale series features a different Warheads® Extreme Sour Candy or Smash Ups Candy flavoring and has been brewed to match the point when the candy goes from sour to sweet and the flavor pops out.

We chose this stage of the candy to mimic our ales after, as we sought a delicate balance between sourness, flavor, sweetness, and drinkability in R&D. The result is a drink that’s nostalgic, fun, and crushable pint after pint!


Classic – Saison
6.3% ABV – Blackberry Farm Brewery – Maryville, TN
 

This medium bodied Saison pours with a voluminous head and releases bright notes of lemon and a crisp, spicy hop aroma. Finishes clean and dry.

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

A light American wheat beer infused with blood oranges that finishes dry and tart. Brewed with local Haus malts.

Oktoberfest – Märzen
5.7% ABV – Shiner – Shiner, TX
 

Here in Shiner, TX (pop. 2,070), we’re suckers for tradition. Which is why this classic Oktoberfest brew is made with the highest quality two-row barley, Munich and caramel malts, along with German grown Hallertau Tradition and Hersbrucker hops. It’s our way of honoring our ancestors and the beer they loved to celebrate with. So raise your stein to tradition and enjoy this utterly classic brew.

Straffe Hendrik Brugs Quad – Belgian Quadrupel
11.0% ABV – Halve Maan – Bruges, Vlaanderen
 

Straffe Hendrik Quadrupel, launched in 2010, is an intense beer, dark in colour and full in taste.

The aroma is elegant, spicy and slightly roasted.

The sophisticated blend of special kinds of malt give the beer a complex character, combining a delicate dryness with hints of coriander, dark fruits, anise and roasted chestnuts. The palate finishes in a syrupy taste.

The refermentation in the bottle creates a living beer that will evolve over the years.

Straffe Hendrik Quadrupel finds an excellent partner in chocolate when it comes to foodpairing.


Don’t Lay A Finger – Stout – Imperial Pastry
10.0% ABV – Listermann Brewing Company – Cincinnati, OH
 

Full of rich flavors of chocolate, vanilla, and roasted peanut. We brewed this pastry stout with massive amounts of the real stuff. With flavor additions at every stage of the brew, you’ll definitely want to lay a finger on this one.

Oak Aged Tripel – Belgian Tripel
9.0% ABV – Ommegang – Cooperstown, NY
 

Staying true to Brewery Ommegang’s Belgian heritage, Oak Aged Tripel is an easy-drinking strong ale, brimming with vanilla and caramelized sugar. This classic ale pours a beautiful light copper with a fluffy white cap. Spicy esters lead the aroma with a hint of fruity orange and cinnamon imparted by the virgin American Oak chips. The soft malt character comes across as sweet licorice on your palate but offers up a dry yeasty finish.

Edmund Fitzgerald – Porter – American
6.0% ABV – Great Lakes Brewing Company – Cleveland, OH
 

Robust and complex, our Porter is a bittersweet tribute to the legendary freighter’s fallen crew—taken too soon when the gales of November came early.

Semi-Dry Cider – Cider – Dry
6.0% ABV – Magis Cider Co. – Cleveland, OH
 

Made with freshly pressed Ohio apples grown at nearby Quarry Hill Orchards, Magis Cider’s effervescent and animated mouth feel yields first to fruit and then finishes clean, crisp, and semi-dry making it a mouth watering and lively refreshment for any drinker.

Draught – Stout – Irish Dry
4.2% ABV – Guinness – Saint James’ Gate, Leinster
 

From St. James’s Gate in Dublin, Ireland. The quintessential Irish Stout. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Duvel – Belgian Strong Golden Ale
8.5% ABV – Duvel Moortgat – Puurs, Vlaanderen
 

A natural beer with a subtle bitterness, a refined flavour and a distinctive hop character. The perfect beer with the perfect pour.

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.

Extra White – Wheat Beer – Witbier / Blanche
4.7% ABV – Vedett – Puurs, Vlaanderen
 

Do not adjust your screen! Vedett Extra White is meant to be cloudy! And while this highly refreshing Belgian white ale may be hard to see through, she is a beer you can enjoy with all your (other) senses!

Revel in her refreshing citrus aromas with touches of coriander…

Feel the fulness of her smooth, grainy texture… And savour the subtle sweetness of her slightly perfumed, honey-like finish. All that remains is to listen to the sound of contentment as you open the next bottle!


Première (Red) – Belgian Dubbel
7.0% ABV – Chimay – Baileux, Wallonie
 

The first beer brewed by the monks of Chimay in 1862. Topped with a creamy head, it gives off a light, fruity apricot aroma produced by the fermentation. The taste perceived in the mouth is a balance confirming the fruity nuances noticed in the fragrance.

Its taste, which imparts a silky sensation to the tongue, is made refreshing by a light touch of bitterness. To the palate, the taster perceives a pleasant astringency which complements the flavor qualities of this beer very harmoniously.

This top-fermented Trappist beer, re fermented in the bottle, is not pasteurized.


Grande Réserve (Blue) – Belgian Strong Dark Ale
9.0% ABV – Chimay – Baileux, Wallonie
 

The Chimay Blue Cap, baptized “Grande Reserve” in 750 ml bottles is a dark Trappist beer with a powerful aroma, the complex flavor of which improves across the years. It was first brewed as a Christmas beer by the monks of Scourmont Abbey in 1956.

This authentic Belgian beer, whose tinge of fresh yeast is associated with a light rosy flowery touch, is particularly pleasant. Its aroma, perceived as one enjoys it, only accents the delightful sensations revealed by the odor, all revealing a light but agreeable caramelized note.

It is ideally served at cellar temperature (10 to 12°C).



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