Budweiser Lager 5.0%
$3.50 (16oz) / $10.00 pitcher (St Louis, MO)
Ballast Point “Sculpin” IPA 7%
$7.00 (12oz)/ $20.00 pitcher(California, United States)
Pours a bronze gold color with a brighter white head that dissipates into
a lasting rim with good sticky lacing. Aromas of herbs with a hint of malt. 5 different stages of hopping’s create a complex hoppy and fruity flavor.
Lots of carbonation…really drinkable.
Cape May Brewing Co. “Cape May IPA” 6.1%
$5.50 (16 oz)/$18.00 pitcher (Cape May, New Jersey)
Hazy orange-bronze medium bodied with thick white head. Lacing is spotty and lingers on the glass. Citrus and floral and grassy aromas with hints of malt and pine. Grapefruit and orange hops, with a softened bitterness. Prominent pine and floral flavors linger. Medium bodied, light and smooth. Persistent carbonation. Finishes with a citric floral bitterness.
Carlsberg Eurolager 5.0%
$6.00 (16oz.) / $20.00 pitcher (Copenhagen, Denmark)
$9.00/ (20oz.) (Crabbie’s Ginger Beer & Guinness)
Corona Light 4.5%
$4.50 (16oz) / $14.00 pitcher
$9.25 (20 oz.) Hoegaarden with a splash of raspberry liquor.
Fat Head’s “Head Hunter” American IPA 7.5%
$7.00 (16 oz)/$24.00 pitcher (Cleveland, Ohio)
Pours copper-orange in color with a creamy long-lasting white head. Hoppy citrus, grapefruit, and pine aromas. The taste mirrors the aromas with big hops and a faint bready malt flavor towards the end. Medium-bodied with good carbonation, finishes with dry herbal hops.
Founders “All Day” IPA 4.7%
$4.75 (16 oz.) / $15.00 pitcher (Grand Rapids, MI)
Clear golden hue with a modest white head. Slightly toasty fruity aroma; lots of pine and fruit flavors with a sweet malt finish. Medium-bodied…when you gotta last all day.
Grimbergen Abbey Double 6.5%
$8.00 (16oz) /$28.00 pitcher (Jumet, Belgium)
Burgundy color with a roasted malt aroma; Toffee and raisin flavors, great Brussels lace and a toasty finish. Check out their cool Phoenix “stained glass” logo on a goblet of their beer.
Guinness Irish Dry Stout 4.2%
$7.00 (20oz.) / $22.00 pitcher (Dublin, Ireland)
Hoegaarden Belgian Wheat Ale 5.0%
$7.75 (20oz.) / $23.00 pitcher (Hoegaarden, Belgium)
Pale yellow and hazy with a pillowy white head. Brewed with barley, wheat, orange peel and coriander, yielding citrusy aromas and a bready, banana flavor with a slightly sour finish. Refreshing!
House Black & Tan
$6.50 (20oz.) Guinness & Founders “All Day” IPA
Konig Ludwig Hefeweisen 5.9%
$6.50 (20oz.) / $17.00 pitcher (Warstein, Germany)
Cloudy pale gold color (the cloudiness is imparted by the ‘Hefe’, German for yeast), mild, pillowy head. Exhibit’s the typical clove and citrus aromas found in Bavarian wheat beers. Banana, clove & citrus flavors; finishes dry & refreshing!
Lagunitas “Little Sumpin Sumpin” IPA 6.2%
$6.00 (16 oz) /$17.00 pitcher (Petaluma, CA)
Pours an amber color with a modest white head. Citrus and malt aromas with bready wheat and caramel flavors. Finishes medium bodied, crisp and carbonated.
Magner’s Apple Cider 4.3%
$6.00 (20oz) / $17.00 pitcher (Co. Tipperary, Ireland)
Golden color, semi-dry with good carbonation; crisp and refreshing with plenty of apple.
$6.50 (20 oz.) Magners & Guinness
Starr Hill “Northern Lights” IPA 6.2%
$5.50 (16oz)/ $17.00 pitcher (Virginia, United States)
Ruby amber in color with a thin white head. Nodes of pine and hoppiness. Taste is light and perfectly balanced with hops and malty flavors. Has a clean refreshing finish.
Stone “Arrogant Bastard” American Strong Ale 7.2%
$7.75 (20oz)/ $22.00 pitcher (San Marcus, CA) Amber-ruby in color with a huge creamy head; lots of malt and floral hoppy aromas with hints of caramel and vanilla. Medium bodied.
Unibroue “Maudite” Belgian Strong Dark Ale 8.0%
$7.25 (12 oz.) /$21.00 pitcher (Chamble, Quebec, Canada)
Hazy amber color with a frothy white head; nice lacing. Yeasty, fruity and spicy aromas; pepper, raisin and apple flavors. Rich, malty and warming.
Weyerbacher “Merry Monks” Belgian Tripel 9.3%
$7.50 (12oz.) / $33.00 pitcher (Easton, PA)
Foggy orange-gold color with a dense white head. Pear and orange aromas; lots of fruit and malt. Finishes dry, yeasty and spicy.
$7.00 (20oz.) Guinness & Hoegaarden