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Beer

Please ask for today’s selection of draft beers.

Flavored 

     Wells banana bread ale – UK

     Young’s double chocolate stout – UK

     Unibroue Éphémére apple ale – Canada

     Lambic: raspberry / cherry / peach – Belgium

Light

     Heineken / Stella / Corona     

     Non-alcoholic Erdinger hefe-weizen

     Weihenstephaner hefe-weizen – Germany

     Sapporo premium rice lager – Japan

     Ballast Point Longfin lager – San Diego

     Stiegl lager  –  Austria

     Uinta Monkshine blonde organic – Utah

     Einstök white ale – Iceland

     Allagash belgian white  – Maine

     Blanche de Bruxelles white – Belgium

     Schönramer gold lager (pint)  – Bavaria

Medium

     Nectar IPA – Paso Robles

     Einstök pale ale – Iceland

     Figueroa Mt. danish red lager – Santa Ynez

     Boulevard Tank 7 farmhouse ale– Missouri

     Boulevard 6th glass quadruple ale  – Missouri

     Dogfish head imperial IPA – Delaware

     Ballast Point Sculpin IPA – San Diego

     Unibroue La fin du monde tripel – Canada

     Schönramer saphir bock – Bavaria

     St. Peter’s golden ale(pint) – UK

     Iron Maiden Trooper ESB(pint) – UK

     Chimay Trappist premiere red – Belgium

     Karmeliet tripel – Belgium

     Caracole amber ale – Belgium

     Duchesse de Bourgogne flemish sour ale

  Dark

     Lost coast Downtown brown ale – Eureka

     Uinta Baba black lager organic– Utah

     Green flash double stout – San Diego

     Boulevard Dark truth stout – Missouri

     Flying dog Gonzo porter – Maryland

     Unibroue Trois pistoles dark ale – Canada

     Gulden Draak dark ale – Belgium

     St. Peter’s cream stout (pint) – UK

Cider  /  Gluten Free 

     Square mile hard cider – Oregon

     Crabbie’s alcoholic ginger beer – Scotland

     Blackthorn cider (pint can) – UK

     Green Goblin oak-aged cider(pint) – UK

           

 

Prices and availability subject to change.

No outside beer please.

One thought on “Beer”

  1. Nice beer list, but how ’bout a few IPAs. Racer 5 ain’t bad, but there are lots of more interesting and intense micro-brew IPAs and Emperial/double IPAs from CA alone, not to mention elsewhere — Green Flash IPA and Green Flash Belgian-style IPA both come to mind immediately, but there are plenty of others: Stone … Speakeasy Double … Rampage Imperial …

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