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BEER LIST

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LAGERS & PILSNERS


Germany has the oldest brewing culture in the world. A pilsner is actually a lager from the Czech Republic in a town called Plzen. The main difference between a lager and a pilsner is the higher hops in pilsners and the difference in yeast used. That means that a Pilsner is really just a spicier and more hop flavored Lager.

Bitburger Pilsner, Bitburger Brauerei, 4.8 ABV, $5

Commerzienrat Riegele Privat, Brauhaus Riegele, 5.2 ABV, $6

DAB Dortmunder, Dortmunder Actien-Brauerei, 5.5 ABV, $5

Hofbräu Original, Staatliches Hofbräuhaus München, 5.1 ABV, $5

Spaten, Spaten-Franziskaner-Löwenbräu-Gruppe, 5.2 ABV, $5

Natur Radler Grapefruit, Paulaner Brauerei, 2.5 ABV, $5

Augustiner Light, Lager – Helles, 5.2% ABV, $6

König Pilsener, Pilsner, 4.9% ABV, $5

Reissdorf Kölsch, Kölsch, 4.8 ABV, $6

GERMAN WHEAT

Also known as Hefeweizen, a German wheat beer from Bavaria, Germany, Hefe is German for “yeast” and weizen means “wheat”, literally translating to an unfiltered wheat beer with yeast.

Doppelbock Aventinus (TAP06), Schneider Weisse G. Schneider & Sohn, 8.2 ABV, $8

Original (TAP07), Schneider Weisse G. Schneider & Sohn, 5.4 ABV, $8

Krombacher Weizen, Krombacher Gruppe, 5.3 ABV, $5

Weißbier-Zitrone Alkoholfrei, Paulaner Brauerei, .05 ABV, $5

Eidelweisse Wiessen TAP 4, Schneider Weisse, 6.2 ABV, $7

Schöfferhofer Grapefruit, Hefeweizen, 5 ABV, $5

GOSE

Most popular in Leipzig, Germany, the Gose is a warm fermented beer that originated from Goslar, Germany. Usually brewed with at least 50% of the grain bill being malted wheat, the dominant flavors include lemon sourness, herbal characteristics and strong saltiness.

Original Leipziger Bier, 4.6 ABV, $7

BOCKS & DUNKELS

German for “dark”, Dunkel beers typically range in color from amber to dark reddish brown. Characterized by their smooth malty flavor, they are a stronger type of German Lager. Several substyles includes Maibock, a paler, more hopped version most popular at outdoor spring festivals; Dopplebock, a stronger and maltier version; Weizenbock, made up of 40-60% wheat and Eisbock, one of the strongest, made by partially freezing the beer.

Celebrator Doppelbock, Ayinger Privatbrauerei, 6.7ABV, $7

Aventinus Eisbock (TAP09), Schneider Weisse G. Schneider & Sohn, 12 ABV, $8

Köstritzer Schwarzbier, Schwarzbierbrauerei, 4.8 ABV, $8

München Hofbräu Dunkel, Staatliches Hofbräuhaus, 5.5 ABV, $5

Weihenstephaner Korbinian Bock, Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan, 5.2 ABV, $7

Urbock 23°Doppelbock, Schloss Eggenberg, 9.6 ABV, $7

Krombacher Dark, Schwarzbier, 4.7 ABV, 24 IBU, $5

Augustiner Maximator, Bock – Doppelbock, 7.5% ABV $6

Andechs Kloster, Dunkel, 5 ABV, $7

DRAFT BEER

  1. Bavik Pilsner- beligian pilsner beer
  2. Paulaner Munich- german lager beer
  3. Gulden Draak Classice- belgian red triple ale
  4. Paulaner Hefe-Weizen- german wheat beer
  5. Hacker Pschorr- german dunkel beer
  6. Paulaner Salvator- german doppelbock beer
  7. Wittekerke Pineapple/Mango – belgian fruit wheat beer
  8. Brooklyn Lager – chocolate imperial stout
  9. Einstock- Icelandic wheat beer
  10. Pater Linus- german abbey ale blonde
  11. Hofbrau Maibock- seasonal fest bock beer
  12. Ayinger Maibock- seasonal fest blonde bock beer

SAISONS & SOURS

Highly carbonated, fruit, spicy and often bottle conditioned, the Saison is a pale ale that includes several varieties. Generally classified as a farmhouse ale, named after the ancient European farming tradition where they brewed beer from their own grain.

Brouwerij Van Steenberge, Monk’s Café Flemish Sour, 5.5 ABV, $8
Brasserie Dupont, Saison Dupont, 6.5 ABV, $8

BELGIAN

Blonde Ales, also known as Golden Ales, is a medium ale that has moderate bitterness and maltiness. A “Tripel” is made with 3x the malt and has a higher ABV.

La Chouffe Blonde, Brasserie d’Achouffe, 8 ABV, $7
Leffe Blonde, Abbaye de Leffe, 6.6 ABV, $5
Golden Draak 9000, Quad, 10.7 ABV, $10

ENGLISH STOUTS, ENGLISH CIDERS & OTHER WORLD BEER

A dark, top-fermented beer, Stouts have a number of variations including dry stout, oatmeal stout, milk stout and imperial stout. Dating back to 1677 it’s noted as not just a strong beer but a dark beer. Ciders are sweeter brews, fermented from apples and have no malt or hops.

Dry English Cider, Aspall, 6.8 ABV, $8
Perronelle’s Blush Cider, Aspall, 5.7 ABV, $8
Nut Brown Ale, Samuel Smith, 5 ABV, $8
Oatmeal Stout, Samuel Smith, 5 ABV, $6
Carlsberg, Lager, Euro Pale (from Holland), 5 ABV, $5

AMERICAN CRAFT (Ciders, Wheats, Stouts)

Two Hearted Ale, IPA, Bell’s, 7 ABV, $5
Imperial Stout, The Abyss, Deschutes, 11 ABV, $15
Imperial Stout, Dragon’s Milk, New Holland, 11 ABV, $8
Troegenator Doppelbock, Tröegs Independent, 8.2 ABV, $5
Michigan Honey, Virtue Cider, 5 ABV $5
Michigan Pear, Virtue Cider, 5 ABV $5