Covered with cheddar, bacon, tomatoes, onions, ketchup and chives with sour cream
covered with cheddar cheese, hot cherry peppers, onions, and BBQ sauce with sour cream, and a pulled pork topping
Chicken Wing Potachos
chicken wing meat pulled from the bones, diced and tossed with medium hot sauce, mozzarella cheese, drizzled with a spicy creamy blue cheese dressing, topped with finely diced carrots and celery, and topped with sour cream
The world's best-selling beer, is a light-bodied brew with a fresh, clean and subtle hop aroma, delicate malt sweetness and crisp finish for ultimate refreshment. Since 1982.
Miller Lite, Miller Brewing, Wisconsin, Light beer, 4.2%
Miller Lite was essentially the first mainstream light beer. After its first inception in 1967 by a biochemist working for New York's Rheingold Brewery. When Miller acquired Meister Brau's labels the recipe was reformulated and relaunched as "Lite Beer from MiIIer" (its official name until the mid 80s) and heavily marketed. Remember the classic "taste great...Iess filling"?
A premium light beer with 105 calories per 12-ounce serving. It was first produced in 1978. The beer has a "Cold Certified" label which turns the mountains on the label from white to blue when the beer's temperature is lowered 39 degrees Fahrenheit.
As the first importer to introduce light beer in 1980, we led the American light beer revolution with delicious Amstel Light. At just 95 calories per bottle, its unique mixture of barley and hops delivers a full - never diluted - flavor that's just as tasty as regular beer.
Fruh Kolsch, Colner Hofbrau P. Josef Fruh, Germany, 4.8%
Famous for its malt aroma and delicate flavor of vanilla and flowery hops. The family recipe has been passed on for five generations. Drank out of a slim 0.2 Liter cylindrical glass, called a "stange", and waiters, or "Kobes", keep serving until a customer places a coaster on the glass to indicate he/she has had enough.
Landshark, Margaritaville Brewing, FL., Island lager, 4.7%
Refreshing, drinkable island lager. You must listen to Jimmy Buffet and do as he says!
Corona Extra, Grupo Modelo, Mexico, lager, 4.6%
There's something about drinking a Corona Extra that's different from drinking any other beer. Nothing else seems to set the same mood. Nothing else lets the conversation flow so easily between friends. Nothing else brings such a natural energy to an occasion.
Stella Artois, lnBev Brewing, Belgium, Lager, 5%
Stella Artois is one of the world's best- selling beers and is enjoyed in more than 80 countries. Its full, characteristic flavour and high quality is assured through a superior brewing process and by using the finest ingredients available.
100% Barley malt, choice hops and pure water give this brew unsurpassed clarity
Dos Equis, Cuauhtemoc Moctezuma Brewing, Mexico, Lager, 4.5%
Dos Equis Special Lager is a refreshing, crisp, golden, lager style beer imported from Mexico. Made with roasted malts, choice hops, a unique strain of yeast and purified water, this distinctive brew is known simply as "Lager" in its homeland.
Budweiser, Anheuser Busch, Missouri, Lager, 4.5%
Budweiser is Iagered in cold lager tanks for three weeks. Beechwood aging enhances fermentation creating a crisper, more sparkling carbonation while imparting smoothness to the characteristic taste of Budweiser.
Red Stripe, Desnoes & Geddes, Jamaica, Pale lager, 4.7%
Want to go to the islands Man? Typical light gold straw color, white bubbly head and soft in the mouth. Let's go spear fishin' Man.
While the origin of the name remains shrouded in mystery, it likely relates to the original practice of fermenting the beer on San Francisco's rooftops in a cool climate. In lieu of ice, the foggy night air naturally cooled the fermenting beer, creating steam off the warm open pans.
Yuengling lager, DG Yuengling and Sons, Pa, lager, 4.9%
An iconic American lager famous for its rich amber color and medium- bodied flavor. Brewed with roasted caramel malt for a subtle sweetness and a combination of cluster and cascade hops. America's oldest brewery since 1829!
Dos Equis Amber, Cuauhtemoc Moctezuma Brewing, Mexico, Amber lager, 4.7%
It's a rich, full-bodied reddish-gold color and is made from the finest ingredients, representing the brand's traditional Mexican heritage. The history is traced to the development of the popular Oktoberfest-style of Vienna lager originally created during the mid-19th century
Eliot Ness Amber Lager, Great Lakes Brewing, Ohio, 6.2%
Rich, fragrant malt flavors balanced by crisp noble hops. Mt. Hood hops provide subtle spicy and earthy aromas. Munich malts provide malty aroma and flavor, a large part of grain bill
Samuel Adams Boston Lager, Samuel Adams Brewing, USA, Lager, 4.9%
After tasting that first batch of Samuel Adams Boston Lager in his kitchen, Jim Koch knew he had something that just might prove the doubters wrong. It wasn't like any beer out there. Full flavored with hops and malt yet balanced and complex. And a craft beer revolution began.
Victory Prima Pils, Victory Brewing, Pennsylvania, Pilsner, 5.3%
Heaps of hope give this pale lager a bracing, herbal bite over layers of soft and smooth malt flavor. this refreshing combination of tastes makes Prima a classy quencher in the tradition of the great pilsners of Europe.
Pilsner Urquell, "from the original source" emerged from a small Bohemian village, Plzen, Czech Republic in 1842. This World's First Pilsner, was a lager unlike any other. Its brilliant clarity, golden color, and light body made it an instant success in a world that was accustomed only to dark, heavy, beers.
Its alcohol content of 6% volume makes it somewhat stronger than the usual lager beer. The original gravity of the Oktoberfest Beer is also slightly higher, starting at 13.5% With a hint of malty sweetness the Oktoberfest Beer possesses the perfect balance
A dark, bottom fermented smokebeer, or rauchiber. Even if the brew tastes somewhat strange at the first swallow, do not stop, because soon you will realize that your thirst will not decrease and your pleasure will visibly increase. It's written on the coasters, and they're right!
Weltenburger Asam Bock, Brauerei Weltenburg, Germany, 6.8%
Reddish dark brown beer with a small begie head. Aroma has dark bread, chocolate sweetness and malts with some nutty-ess, and herbal notes. As the beer warms up some coffee and licorice also appear. The mouth feel is really nicely thick and oily.
Shiner Bock, Shiner Brewing, Texas, Bock 4.4%
Bock reflects the tradition of genuine Bavarian beers in the "Old Country", with its deep amber color, distinctive rich flavor and full body, Shiner Bock demonstrates the care of a handcrafted brewing process to bring forth a mellow taste free of the bitter aftertaste found in many micro, specialty and imported beers.
For periods of fasting without solid foods, Monastic brewers relied on the double bock; a stronger, richer beer to fulfill their basic nutritional needs. Known to them as "liquid bread" , a double bock has a strong malt aroma and chewy rich body. Named in the spirited tradition of naming a double bock in the suffix "ator"
Rouge Dead Guy Ale, Rogue Ales, Oregon, German, Maibock, 6.5%
Deep honey color & malty flavors & Ingredients: Malts; Northwest Harrington, klages, Maier Munich and Carastan. Hops: Perle and Saaz. Yeast & Water: Rogue's Pacman Yeast & Free Range Coastal Water.
Almost black with a very slight red tone, a sensational, festive foam and truly extraordinary fragrance. The first taste is of mild fullness with an accompanying coffee tone, which becomes more dominant with the aftertaste. There is very little of the sweetness that is associated with doppelbock beer.
Saison Du Pont, Brasserie Dupont, Belgium, Saison, 6.5%
Since 1844, this beer has been brewed in our farm-brewery, during the winter time. After a second refermentation in the barrel it is served during summer. This very thirst quenching beer was served to the "saisoniers" which were working on the fields. Coppery blond, the finest aromas and a slight dryness & bitterness transform this beer into a thirst-quencher with no equal.
Tank 7 Boulevard Brewing, Missouri, Saison, 8.5%
Named after fermenter number seven, the black sheep of their cellar family. Beginning with a big surge of fruity aromatics and grapefruit-hoppy notes, the flavor of this complex, straw-colored ale tapers off to a peppery, dry finish. fermentation in the bottle, it's full of rich nuances and a slight tang.
This crisp and refreshing cider offers sweet apple notes up front with a subtle dryness at the finish for a balanced cider taste. A hint of Fuji apples adds a layer of complexity and brings out a fresh apple aroma and slightly sweet, ripe apple flavor.
Magner's Irish Cider, Magner's, Ireland, 4.5%
No artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners have been added to magners. Unlike some other ciders, Magners is made using fresh apples. Each one of our 17 carefully selected varieties are grown in our beautiful Irish orchards and local farms. We use only natural product.
Rodenbach Classic, Rodenbach Brewing, Belgium, Flanders Red Ale, 5.2%
Rodenbach's subtle sour undertones make it a real thirst-quencher. Rodenbach Classic's characteristic taste is achieved through its unique mixed fermentation process, whereby top yeasts and bacterial flora undergo 24 months of maturation in 150 year old oak casks, resulting in the distinctively gentle sour taste for which it is known.
Duchesse de Bourgogne, Brouwerij Verhaeghe, Belgium, Flemish Red ale, 5.6%
This refreshing ale is smooth with a rich texture and interplay of passion fruit, and chocolate, and a long, dry and acidic finish. After the first and secondary fermentation, the beer goes for maturation into the oak barrels for 18 mo. The final product is a blend of younger 8 mo. old beer with 18 months old beer.
Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale, Samuel Smith Old Brewery, UK, Brown ale, 5%
Brewed with well water (the original well at the Old Brewery, sunk in 1758, is still in use, with the hard well water being drawn from 85 feet underground); best barley malt, yeast and aromatic hops; fermented in 'stone Yorkshire squares' to create a relatively dry ale with rich nutty color and palate of beech nuts, almonds and walnut
Wells Banana Bread, Wells and Youngs Brewing, UK, Brown ale, 5.2%
England-Fruit Beer-This dark golden colored ale hugs the palate with great intensity. Its malty aroma is complemented by the gentle nose of Banana. Its flavor unfolds with a sensual sparkle and a smart crispness, which balances its aroma perfectly.
Old Brown Dog Ale, Smuttynose Brewing, NH, 6.7%
Old Brown Dog has been cited as a classic example of the "American Brown Ale" style of beer. Compared to typical English Brown Ale, Old Brown Dog is fuller-bodies and more strongly hopped. Deep reddish brown color.
Ellies Brown ale, Avery Brewing, Boulder, CO, 5.5%
This beautiful, deep russet brew has the sweet and somewhat nutty character of Adam Avery's late (1992-2002) Chocolate Lab, for which it is named. Crystel and chocolate malts give this beer a brown sugar maltiness with hints of vanilla and nuts, with subtle hopping
Hazelnut Brown Nectar, Rogue Ales, Oregon, 6%
Dark brown in color with a hazelnut aroma, rich nutty flavor and a smooth malty finish. A blend of Great Western 2-row Pale, Munich, Hugh Baird Brown, Crystel 80 and Crystal 135, Carastan, and Beeston Pale Chocolate malts; Perle and Saaz hops
alt refers to old recipe, and it contains more malt and hops and than normal Altbier. In earlier days it was whispered hand over mouth that Uerige was serving Sticks again because the master brewer had portioned the ingredients generously
Dogfish Head Indian Brown, Dogfish Head Brewing, De., 7.2%
A cross between a Scotch Ale, an I.P.A, and an American Pale, this beer is well hopped and malty at the same time. It is brewed with Aromatic Barley and caramelized brown sugar. 50 IBU. Notes of molasses, coffee, ginger, raisinettes, chocolate
Palo Santo Marron, Dogfish Head Brewing, De., Brown ale
12% abv, it's an unfiltered, unfettered, unprecedented brown ale aged in handmade wooden brewing vessels. The caramel and vanilla complexity unique to this beer comes from the exotic Paraguayan Palo Santo wood from which these tanks were crafted. Palo Santo means "holy tree".
Young's Double Chocolate Stout, Wells and Young's, England, Stout, 5.2%
luxurious and at the same time with a hint of decadence, delivering a satisfying, indulgent taste, without ever becoming overly sweet. Pale Ale and Crystal malt, Chocolate Malt, a special blend of sugars, fuggle and Golding hops, real dark chocolate and chocolate essence are combined to deliver a stout of with real credentials
Yeti Imperial Stout Great Divide Brewing, Denver, CO, 9.5%
An onslaught of the senses. It starts with big, roasty malt flavor that gives way to rich caramel and toffee notes. YETI gets its bold hop character from an enormous quantity of American hops. It weighs in at a hefty 75 IBUs
North Coast Old Rasputin, North Coast Brewing, Ca, Imperial Russian Stout, 10%
Produced in the tradition of 18th Century English brewers who supplied the court of Russia's Catherine the Great. It's a rich, intense brew with big complex flavors and a warming finish. The Old Rasputin brand image is a drawing of Rasputin with a phrase in Russian encircling it-A sincere friend is not born instantly.
Double Stout Black Ale, Green Flash Brewing, CA, 5.8%
Golden naked oats mashed with dark crystal and robust roasted malts create a luscious black brew with satin smooth finish. An old-world style, big, bold, flavorful and complex.
Left Hand Milk Stout, Left Hand Brewing, Colorado, stout, 6%
Dark and delicious, it'Il change your perception about what a stout can be. Preconceived notions are the blinders on the road to enlightenment. Udderly delightful. Malts: Pale 2-row, Crystal, Munich, Roast Barley, Flaked Oats, Flaked Barley and Chocolate. Hops Magnum and US Goldings.
Orval Trappist, Brasserie d' Orval, Belgian Ale, 6.5%
In contrast to all the others, the Orval Trappist brewery makes only one beer for the general public. It has an intensely aromatic and dry character. Between the first and second fermentation there is also an additional dry-hopping process where it acquires its pronounced hoppy aroma and a hint of sourness.
The top product from the Rochefort Trappist brewery. Dark color, full and very impressive taste. Strong plum, raisin, and black currant palate, with ascending notes of vinousness and other complexities. Rates a 100.
Bieres de Chimay, Baileux, Belgium, Dubbel style, 7%
The Chimay Red, or "Premiere", possesses a beautiful coppery color topped with a creamy head, it gives off a slight apricot smell from the fermentation. The aroma felt in the mouth is a balance confirming the fruit nuances revealed in the sense of smell.
Bieres de Chimay, Baileux, Belgium, Triple style, 9%
The Chimay Triple, "Cinq Cents" is golden in color, and combines sweet and bitter in a rare balance. The beer's aroma feat in the mouth comes from the hops' perfumes: above all, they are fruity touches of Muscat grapes and raisins, even rive apples.
Bieres de Chimay, Baileux, Belgium, Quad style, 11%
The Chimay Blue, "Grande Reserve' is a dark Trappist beer with a powerful aroma, the complex flavour of which improves across the years. It was first brewed as a Christmas beer, explaining the presence of a "vintage". Its aroma accents a caramelized note and tastes of holiday dried fruits.
La Trappe Isid'or Tilburg, Netherlands, 7.5%
Named after brother Isidorus, the Abbey's first brewer & to mark the occasion of 125th anniversary. Unfiltered, slightly sweet amber ale with a hint of caramel, which continues to ferment after bottling and has a rich, slightly bitter flavour, and a fruity aftertaste
Gregorius Dark Strong Ale, Stift Engelszell, Austria, 9.7%
The newest and 8th Trappist brewery in the world. Organic honey is used along with Trappist ale yeast for the primary fermentation. Alsacian wine yeast is used in the secondary fermentation.
Westmalle Triple, Abdij der Trappisten Van Westmalle, Belgium Trappist Tripel, 9.5%
Gold Medal 2012 Wood Beer Cup. This beer has a glowing orange-gold Color and an aroma of fresh herbs and flowers. It is enriched with complex flavors that meld man sweetness, warmth, and hops resulting in powerful drinkability
Allagash Black Allagash Brewing Co., ME, Belgian Stout, 7.5%
We brew this beer with four malts, four sugars, four hop varieties and we ferment it four times, using four different yeast strains. The complexity of the brewing process is matched by the complexity of this unique beer. Flavors of raisin, candied fruit and plum express themselves throughout.
Trois Pistoles, Unibroue Brewing, Canada, Belgian Strong, 9%
Strong Belgian type ale similar to a Port wine ! Is as dark as can be, mellow in taste with an aroma of ripe fruits. It can be compared to an old porto and is brewed from well roasted malt.
Golden color, festive sparkle, creamy body, and luscious head. Drinks with elegant smoothness that belies the strong alcohol. It's balanced with a long and warming finish.
Leffe Blond, lnBev Brewing, Belgium, Belgian Golden ale, 6.6%
Leffe Blond is a pale abbey beer, with a full, sunny, golden colour. It has a smooth and full bodied taste and a rich creamy head. Like all the Leffe beers, it is a 'connoisseur' beer that is easy to drink."
North Coast Pranqster, North Coast Brewing, Ca., Belgian style golden ale, 7.6%
Belgian style brewing uses sophisticated techniques, yeast strains and flavoring elements. PranQster follows in this tradition using a mixed culture of antique yeast strains that produce a floral nose, a full fruity flavor, and a clean finish.
Flying Fish Abbey Dubbel , Flying Fish Brewing, New Jersey, Belgian style dubbel, 7.2%
Winner of the silver medal at the 2008 Great American Beer Festival, it is an exceptionally complex beer with many interwoven flavors and features an immense head with a fruity nose and a generous body. Malty in the middle, the beer features a clean, almondy dry finish and a slight alcohol warmth.
Victory Golden Monkey, Victory Brewing, Pa., Belgian Ale, 9.5%
Strong and sensual, this golden, Belgian-style ale glows. The richness of German malts and Belgian yeast are tempered by a sparkling approach and overall light body. Abundant herbal, fruity notes make Golden Monkey one to savor.
Ommegang Three Philosophers, Ommegang Brewery. New York. Quadruple, 9.7%
A unique blend of a Belgian-style strong dark ale and Liefmans Kriek, an authentic cherry ale from Belgium. Cherry chestnut in color, it's opaque but not cloudy with full carbonation topped by a smooth, tan head. Flavors and aromas of roasted malt, molasses and brown sugar, dark fruits, brandied raisins and chocolate.
St. Bernardus ABT 12, St. Bernardus Brewing, Watou, Belgium, Quadruple, 10%
Dark with a full, ivory-colored head. It has a fruity aroma, full of complex flavors and long bittersweet finish with a hoppy bite. Worldwide seen as one of the best beers in the world. It's a very balanced beer, with a full-bodied taste and a perfect equilibrium between malty, bitter and sweet.
Duvel, Duvel Moortgat, Belgium, Belgian Golden ale, 8.5%
The huge, creamy head, delicate effervescence and silky smooth mouth feel is what distinguishes it from others along with its subtly bitter bite and delicate aroma. The beer is chilled for 6 weeks in cold cellars that is unique and contributes to the exquisite flavour and pure aroma of Duvel.
Weyerbacher Merry Monks, Weyerbacher Brewing, Pa. Belgian tripel, 9.3%
To be true to the style, Merry Monks' Ale is bottle conditioned. This means a bit of sugar & yeast is added just prior to bottling. This imparts a special effervescence to the beer, a creamier carbonation, and also extends the shelf life. The on-going fermentation inside the bottle will change the character of the beer as it ages, and you'll find it becomes dryer with age.
Made in open vats with beer of mixed fermentation, it is left to mature for four to 12 months in the cellar. You'll immediately pick up on the wonderful aromas of caramel, apple, rhubarb, cherries and malt. On the taste buds you will find hints of apple and cherries, combined with woody notes, while the aftertaste hints at nuts and dried raisins.
Long before hops were common in most beers, various fruits and vegetables were used to season beers. The acidity of Lambic beers blends perfectly with raspberries. Taste: Magnificent aroma, delicate palate of raspberries with undertones of fruity acidity; elegant, sparkling clean natural taste.
Before bottling a blend is made of 2/3 young Lambic and 1/3 old Lambic. The bottles, with the wild- spontaneous yeast flora, are refermented in the cellar. After 6 months the Gueuze obtains a golden color and a cidery, winey palate with a more complex and natural flavour.
In origin, this sweet-acid drink was obtained by adding fresh black cherries to a barrel Lambic of 6 months young. The addition of fruits provokes a new fermentation in the oak barrels. After another 8 to 12 months, only peels and stones left and the kriek-Lambic is ready to be filtered and bottled.
Lindemans Peche, Lindemans, Belgium, Iambic, 2.5%
This beer is developed by Lindemans brewery, using straight juice-method. The result is a fresh fruity drink with the background of the rich bouquet of Lambic. Taste: Golden in color; with a nose that fills the room with fresh peaches. Sparkling, crisp and refreshing balance of fruit and acid.
Made in the British tradition of balanced hearty ales. Blithering Idiot is a deep-copper ale with intense malty notes of dates and figs on the palate that follows a pleasurably malty aroma to your taste buds. The finish is warm and fruity, & begs for the next sip.
Stone Arrogant Bastard, Stone Brewing, Escondido, Ca, Strong Ale, 7.2%
This is an aggressive ale. You probably won't like it. It is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to be able to appreciate an ale of this quality and depth. We would suggest that you stick to safer and more familiar territory-maybe something with a multi-million dollar ad campaign aimed at convincing you it's made in a little brewery, or one that implies that their tasteless fizzy yellow beverage will give you more sex appeal.
Oskar Blues Old Chub Oskar Blues Brewing, CO, Scottish ale, 8%
Brewed with bodacious amounts of malted barley and specialty grains, and a dash of beechwood-smoked malt. Old Chub features semi-sweet flavors of cocoa and coffee, and a wee-bit of smoke. A head-turning treat for malt heads and folks who think they don't dig dark beer
This beer has a strong and bright wheat flavor mostly dominated by refreshing banana and spice. It pours a bright cloudy pale yellow color with a copious foam head. It has a bright, flavorful finish. A very inviting beer that's Belgian-esque in character.
A Little Sumpin' Sumpin' Lagunitas Brewing, Petaluma, CA, Wheat, 7.5%
A truly unique style featuring a strong hop finish on a silky body. A filtered pale wheat ale that is great for both IPA and wheat beer fans.
Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat, Samuel Adams Brewing, USA, wheat, 5.4%
The sweet fruitiness of the cherries is balanced against the crisp, cereal note from the malted wheat and the subtle citrus flavor from the Noble hops. The end result is a sweet, refreshing beer that is light on the palate but long on complexity. Cherries are added at two different points during the brewing process. Once during the mash and again during finishing.
Sierra Nevada Kellerweiss, Sierra Nevada Brewing, Califoria, 4.8%
Inspired by traditional Bavarian techniques, Kellenveis is brewed in open fermentation tanks-a process I rarely seen today-to let the ingredients truly shine. The result is a hazy wheat ale-untamed, raw and alive. With a full, fruity aroma and notes of spicy dove and banana bread.
Purple Haze® is a lager brewed with real raspberries added after filtration. It is brewed with pilsner and wheat malts and Vanguard hops. The berries add a fruity aroma, tartly sweet taste and a subtle purple color and haze...you may see fruit pulp in the beer.
Dark-ruby colored wheat doppelbock with a creamy fine head. Strong notes of ripe bananas, raisins and plums meet licorice and roasty aromas. Full-bodied and warming, with a well-balanced and smooth finish.
Sea Dog Wild Blueberry, Sea Dog Brewing Co., Maine, Wheat ale, 4.6%
Our unique contribution to the fruit ale category features the nutty quench of wheat ale combined with the delightful aromatics and subtle fruit flavor contributed by Maine wild blueberries. Dark straw color.
Shiny golden wheat beer with a delicate white head. It reminds of blooming nature in summer and smells of fresh spices and aromatic flower meadows. Full-bodied and sparkling with refreshing citrus and hoppy notes.
Quite simply the wheat beer par excellence. It is brewed using fine yeast according to strict accordance with the Bavarian Purity Law. Even today, the beer is still bottle-fermented in the traditional way; it takes three to four weeks to mature.
Dogfish Head, Dogfish Head Brewing, Delaware, IPA, 6%
60 Minute IPA is continuously hopped - more than 60 hop additions over a 60- minute boil. (Getting a vibe of where the name came from?) 60 Minute is brewed with a slew of great Northwest bops. A powerful but balanced East Coast IPA with a lot of citrusy hop character, it's the session beer for hardcore enthusiasts!
Stone IPA, Stone Brewing, California, India Pale Ale, 6.9%
With a huge hop aroma, flavor and bitterness throughout. If you're a hop-head like us, then you'll love our Stone in& Pale Ale! Medium malt character with a heavy dose of over the top hops! Generous "dry hopping gives this beer its abundant hop aroma and crisp hop flavor.
Appearance: hazy, deep orange with a reddish hue; Aroma: citrus, fruity aroma with an underlying spice note; Mouth feel: medium-bodied; Taste: bit of spice from the rye; Finish: dry, distinct hop finish.
Dogfish Head, Dogfish Had Dressing, De., Imperial IPA, 9%
Esquire Magazine calls our 90 Minute IPA "perhaps the best IPA in America." Best savored from a snifter, 90 Minute has a great malt backbone that stands up to the extreme hopping rate. In addition to the continuous hopping, 90 Minute IPA is also dry hopped.
Get ready to bask in the glory of the frothy head's floral bouquet. Relish the citrus accents from the abundance of dry hopping. This one's sweet, yet balanced. Malty undertones shake hands with the hop character for a finish that never turns too bitter.
It is an 'Indian Pale all type of beer, with a harmonious balance between a marked bitterness (three types of hops are used to make it) and a pleasant fruitiness. The HOUBLON CHOUFFE is unfiltered, and re-fermented in the bottle as well as in the keg.
Stone Ruination IPA, Stone Brewing, California, India Pale Ale, 7.7%
So called because of the "ruinous" effect on your palate! This massive hop monster has a wonderfully delicious and intensely bitter flavor on a refreshing malt base. Those who seek, crave and rejoice in beers with big, bold, bitter character will find true nirvana in Stone Ruination IPA!
Boulder Hazed and Infused, Boulder Beer, Colorado, Pale ale. 5%
This unfiltered amber ale Is "Hazed In Its natural state and "Infused" during dry -hopping with Crystal and Centennial hops, creating a flavorful, aromatic brew unlike any before it. The brewers have blended together four different hop varieties to give Hazed a unique aroma, with Just enough yeast for a full mouth feel and a smooth, easy finish.
Hercules Double IPA Great Divide Brewing, Denver, CO 10%
Not for the faint of heart. It is however, fit for the gods. HERCULES delivers a huge amount of hops from start to finish. Its hefty backbone of nutty, malty sweetness balances its aggressive hop profile. IBU 85
Oskar Blues G'Knight Oskar Blues Brewing, CO, Imperial Red Ale, 8.7%
Our "Velvet M-80" is a hefty, dry hopped double-red ipa with a nose full of aroma, a sticky mouth-feel, a malty middle and unctuous hop flavors. G'Knight sports a surprisingly sensuous finish for a beer of its size (8.7% ABV, 60 IBUs).
Otter Creek Black IPA Otter Creek Brewing, Middlebury, VT., IPA, 6.3%
Traditionally untraditional, Black IPAs, originated here in Vermont under the auspices of American craft brewing pioneer Greg Noonan. This rich, delicious brew fuses pronounced hop aromas and darkly roasted malts in a style born in the Green Mountains. 60 IBU
Sculpin IPA Ballast Point Brewing, San Diego, CA, 7%
We knew hopping an ale at five separate stages would produce something special. The result ended up being this gold-medal winning IPA, whose inspired use of hops creates hints of apricot, peach, mango and lemon flavors, but still packs a bit of a sting, just like a Sculpin fish
Hopsecutioner Terrapin Brewing, Athens, GA, 7.3%
This Killer IPA earns its title by being brewed with six different hops to create an aggressive, yet exceptionally well-balanced, beer. Expect citrus and pine on the nose with a beautifully bitter finish; a strong malt backbone keeps the bitterness in check. IBU 71.
Flying Fish Extra Pale Ale, Flying Fish Brewing, New Jersey, Pale ale, 5.2%
An original American pale ale, our XPA highlights the subtle, sophisticated flavors and aromas of our Midwestern two-row malt and imported aromatic and Munich malts. Pacific Northwest hops create an extremely balanced beer with a beautiful straw color.
Boddington's is a refreshing, smooth & sessionable beer. It is renowned for its golden color, full-bodied flavour and malty, with smooth, tight creamy head. Brewed in Manchester since 1778, Boddingtons has an ABV content of 3.8%.
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Sierra Nevada Brewing, California, 5.6%
This pale ale started as a home brewer's dream, grew into an icon, and inspired countless brewers to follow a passion of their own. Its unique pine and grapefruit aromas from the use of whole-cone American hops have fascinated beer drinkers for decades and made this beer a classic
Magic Hat #9 Magic Hat Brewing, Vermont, Pale ale, 5.1%
A beer cloaked in secrecy. An ale whose mysterious and unusual palate will swirl across your tongue and ask more questions than it answers. A dry, crisp, refreshing, not-quite pale ale. #9 is really impossible to describe because there's never been anything else quite like it. HOPS: Cascade & Apollo MALTS: Pale, Crystal
Oskar Blues Pale Ale Oskar Blues Brewing, Colorado, Pale ale, 6.5%
America's first hand-canned craft beer is a voluminously hopped mutha that delivers a hoppy nose, assertive-but-balanced flavors of pale malts and hops from start to finish. First canned in 2002, this is hearty (6.5% and 65 IBUs), acclaimed trailblazer that has changed the way we perceive canned beer
Buckler non-alcohol Heineken Nederland Brewing, Netherlands, .5%
Buckler was the choice of beverage by US Vice President Joe Biden for the "White House Rose Garden beer-drinking session" or "Beer Summit", one result of the Arrest of Henry Louis Gates. Biden acknowledged that his choice of beer was "mostly ironic."
Dogfish Head Tweason ale Dogfish Head Brewing, De., 6%
Brewed with a mild sorghum base. The hints of molasses and pit-fruit are balanced by vibrant strawberry notes and a unique complexity that comes with the addition of malty buckwheat
Glutenberg India Pale Ale Brasseurs Sans Gluten, Montreal, Canada 6%
This IPA has everything to become a fan favorite : an aromatic nose full of citrus, lemon and floral notes, a crisp and sharp mouthfeel paired with light caramel and hoppy flavors. A very flavorful quencher.
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