Beer ~ Liquor ~ Others
Three Floyds Brewing Company ~ Stack and Stab, Belgian Style Strong Ale 8.5%, 12oz ~ $7
This is a one time brew from our Indiana friends. Pours a golden amber with lacey head, spicy fruit on the palate along with grassy, white peppery notes and a dry finish.
Lagunitas ~ American IPA 5.7%, 12 oz ~ $6
This popular California IPA pours a hazy golden yellow with strong flavors of cirusy hops, pine and toasted bread. Good carbonation and brewed year round.
Oscar Blues Brewing Company ~ Old Chub, Scottish Style Ale 8%, 12 oz ~ $7
Perfect beer for the winter, it pours a dark burgundy brown with lots of sweet molasses and malt flavors and subtle smoke. This Colorado beer has a silky texture and a lingering finish of caramel and dark fruit.
Brouwerij Duvel Moortgat ~ Maredsous Belgian Triple Ale 10%, 12 oz ~ $10
Pours a dark golden toffee color with flavors of baking spice, caramelized fruit, and a touch of citrus. It has a malty, creamy mouth with lively effervescents. A respectable Belgian Triple with generous ABV.
Brooklyn Brewery ~ Blast (Brewmaster’s Reserve) IPA 8.2%, 12oz ~ $8
A staff favorite Brewmaster’s Reserve from Williamsburg. This is a hoppy Imperial IPA brewed with Yakima Valley hops from Washington and Kent Valley hops from England.
Bierbrouwerij Emelisse ~ Emelisse Russian Imperial Stout 11%, 10 oz ~ $10
A winter warmer from the Netherlands, it pours a dark ebony hue with light caramel lacing. Rich flavors of coffee, chocolate, roasted nuts and raisins.
Bottle Beer ~ domestic
J.K. Scrumpy Organic Solstice Cider ~ Farmhouse Cider 6.9%, 5 oz ~ $5 or 22 oz ~ $14
This Michigan Cider is slightly sweet with nice tannins and hints of clove, cinnamon and plum skin. One of the best domestic seasonal ciders available. Try it by the glass or have the whole bottle.
Stieglbrauerei ~ Stiegl Radler, Grapefruit Beer 2.5%, 11.2 oz ~ $4.5
A naturally flavored fruit beer from Austria that is perfect for summer. Flavors of grapefruit, malt, lemon, wheat and a lightly fizzy head. Difficult to only have one…
Three Floyds Brewing Company ~ Alpha Klaus, American Porter 6%, 22oz ~ $16
A robust seasonal Christmas porter from Indiana, brewed with English chocolate malt, Mexican sugar and a ton of American hops!
Founders Brewing ~ Breakfast Stout 8.3%, 12 oz ~ $7
Waited all year for this Fall seasonal to return from Michigan. Brewed with flaked oats, bitter and sweetened imported chocolates, Sumatra and Kona coffee. The best domestic stout this season for sure!
Tyranena Brewing Co. ~ Headless Man Amber Alt 5%, 12 oz ~ $5
This Wisconsin beer is brewed in the “old way” of a Dusseldorf-style of cold lagering. It pours an amber orange color with flavors of dark fruit, slightly smokey malt, mild hops and a clean finish.
Goose Island ~ Bourbon County Stout 15%, 12 oz ~ $9
This big hitter is a seasonal stout that is incredibly rich. Aged in bourbon barrels with flavors of oak, chocolate, vanilla, and smoke. Almost black in color with a creamy mouthfeel.
North Coast Brewing Company ~ Brother Thelonious, Belgian-style Abbey Ale 9%, 12 oz ~ $6
This California dark strong ale offers hints of chocolate, black fruits, a little brown sugar and grassy hops.
Two Brothers ~ Prairie Path, American Golden Ale 5.10%, 12oz ~ $5
This is from a local brewery that has brought us a light bodied ale that pours a clear golden color. Lemon citrus on the nose with mild yeast and bread on the palate. Gluten free too!
Brooklyn Brewery ~ Sorachi Ace, Saison-Farmhouse Ale 7.6%, 750 ml ~ $21
One of the best domestic Saison-Farmhouse Ales I have tasted. Lively carbonation and flavors of lemongrass, lemon zest, mild hops, creamy yeast and a touch of earthiness on the finish.
Two Brothers Brewing Company ~ Heavy-Handed IPA 6.7%, 12 oz ~ $7
This is a fall seasonal beer from the outskirts of Chicago. Heavy Handed is hoppy, floral and balanced and is brewed to celebrate the harvesting of the hops every year.
Great Lakes Brewing Company ~ Nosferatu, Imperial Red Ale 8%, 12 oz ~ $7
This Ohio brewery makes one of our favorite seasonal ales and here it is. A strong ale with notable bitter hops and sweet malts. Hints of citrus, earth and baking spice with a lingering dry finish.
Three Floyds Brewing Company ~ Zombie Dust, American Pale Ale 6.4%, 12 oz ~ $7
The well respected Indiana brewery has created this significantly hoppy ale that is piney, citrusy notes of orange zest with a lively mouth feel and a dry finish.
Schmaltz Brewing Company ~ Coney Island Albino Python, White Lager 6%, 22 oz ~ $ 9
A light bodied white lager from NYC with a touch of malt, brewed with ginger, fennel, and orange peel.
Anderson Valley ~ Boont Amber Ale 5.8%, 12 oz ~ $5
An amber from California that pours a reddish copper with flavors of minerally malt, toasty bread and pecans. Medium bodied with mild carbonation.
Stillwater Artisanal & Brouwerij Hof Ten Dormaal ~ Hof Ten, Bronze Age 6%, 12.7 oz ~ $12
Pours a light golden color and has a billowing head, with flavors of funky yeast, apricot, spice and a faintly fruity finish. A beautiful saison!
New Holland Brewing Company ~ Dragons Milk, American Strong Ale 9%, 12 oz ~ $7
This dark Michigan beer is aged in oak barrels and pours a very dark brown with a light tan head. The flavors are complex and rich, offering hints of vanilla, oak and caramel malt.
Allagash ~ Curieux, Barrel Aged Ale 11%, 750 ml ~ $ 32
Aged in Jim Beam barrels, this Portland Maine Belgian style triple ale offers complex flavors of vanilla, oak and bourbon.
Lagunitas ~ Day Time, American IPA 4.65%, 12 oz ~ $6
Hazy golden orange colored American IPA from California, cirusy hops and toasty grain characters, complex and balanced with lacey malt and pine notes.
Bottle Beer ~ import
Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel ~ Rosée d’hibiscus, Wit Ale 5.9%, 12 oz ~ $7
Coming from Montreal this light bodied wheat ale was infused with hibiscus flowers during the brewing process. Fragrant but not sweet, a slight sour cherry essence and a beautiful rose color in the glass.
Brasserie Duyck ~ Jenlain Amber 7.5%, 11.2 oz ~ $7.50
This is from the northeastern French region of Jenlain, it has malty, floral notes with hints of dark fruit and a touch of caramel on the finish.
Gebr. Sünner GmbH & Co. KG ~ Kölsch 5.4%, 16.9 oz ~ $6.5
Pronounced “zoo-nuh”, this is a crisp, light bodied and refreshing lager from the oldest brewery in Cologne.
Brasserie Dupont ~ Avril, Saison Farmhouse Ale 3.5%, 750 ml ~ $16
This Belgian “Table Beer” is a light golden color with generous carbonation and a yeasty, earthy mustiness that is quintessential for this style. Notes of lemon and wildflowers…finishes dry and clean.
Brauerei Aying ~ Ayinger, Marzen Octoberfest 5.8% 16.9 oz ~ 8
This medium bodied lager from Germany is a new staff favorite. Perfect for pairing with hardy food, it pours a golden brown with complex flavors of straw, malt, honey and bread.
Brauerei Weihenstephan ~ 13th Century Grut Bier, Ancient Herbed Ale 4.6%, 16.9 oz ~ $11
Based off of a recipe from the 13th Century, this German beer uses only wild pollinated hops, brewed with rosemary, bay leaves, caraway, ginger, anise and gentian.
De Leyerth Brouwerijen ~ Saisonniere, Saison Ale 6%, 11.2 oz ~ $7
Pours a cloudy yellow with flavors of tropical fruit, lemon and honey. This Belgian beer offers the typical farm house funk you will find with this style, finishing dry with lively carbonation.
Brouwerij Bockor ~ Cuvee Des Jacobins Rouge, Flemish Red Ale 5.5%, 12 oz ~ $10.50
Pours a crimson red with layerd flavors of oak, sour cherry, and sweet balsamic. This Belgian Flemish ale will satisfy the sweet, savory and sour on the palate.
Vanberg & DeWulf ~ Lambrucha 3.5% 750 ml ~ $16
A domestic blend of two ancient fermented beverages Lambic and Kombucha. Notes of tart green apple, lime zest, cilantro and coriander. A perfect warm weather session beer with a slightly sour finish.
Duvel ~ 2010 Triple Hop Special Edition Ale 9.5%, 750 ml ~ $35
A very limited beer from this highly acclaimed Belgian brewery. Dry hopped with Saaz-Saaz, Styrian Golding and Amarillo, this is a hop lover’s beer! Generous effervescence, creamy palate feel and a hoppy bitter finish.
Brouwerij t’ Gaverhopke ~ Gaverhopke Extra, Belgian Strong Ale 12%, 11.2 oz ~ $12
Pours a cloudy reddish brown with slightly sour notes and a touch of smokiness, a fantastic food pairing beer from a small Belgian producer.
Brasserie Pietra ~ Colomba, White Ale 5%, 11.2 oz ~ $6
Brewed with native herbs and wildflowers from Corsica, this session beer is refreshing with unique full flavors and a clean finish. Arriving on this list just in time for warmer weather.
Brauerei Hirt ~ Hirter Privat Pils, Pilsner 5.2%, 16.9 oz ~ $6
Golden yellow pilsner from Austria. Citrusy hops, integrated malt and slight sweetness balance this lager, with a light and crisp finish.
Brouwerij De Regenboog ~ Wostyntje Mustard Ale, Belgian Dark Blond Ale 7%, 11.2 oz ~ $10
Dark candy sugar and mustard seeds are the star ingredients in this Belgian beer. Intense carbonation subsides to complex layers of spices, sweetness, and a balanced tartness.
Brouwerij Verhaeghe ~ Duchess De Bourgogne, Flemish Red Ale 6%, 11.2 oz ~ $9
Sour and fruity ale from Belgium has a deep cooper color and robust flavors of currant and tart grapes.
Schneider & Son ~ Organic Wiesen Edel-Weisse, Hefeweizen 6.2%, 16.9 oz ~ $8
One of the best Hefeweizens available! Light bodied, banana, clove, and a touch of hops on the finish from this German beer.
Brauerei Van Steenberge ~ Piraat, Belgian IPA 10.50%, 11.2 oz ~ $8
A Belgian winter warmer with slight minerality, light mouth feel and a tropical fruity palate makes this beer is a keeper all year round.
Schlenkerla ~ Helles Lager 4.30%, 16.9 oz ~ $7.50
This German beer is boiled in the same copper kettles and bottom fermented by the same yeast as the historic Schlenkerla Smoke beer, therefore it has prominent smokey flavors but not overpowering.
Brouwerij Bavik ~ Petrus Oud Bruin 5.5%, 11.2 oz ~ $9
This Belgian beer is earthy, with flavors of oak and sour red fruits. Aged in oak casks, it pours a leathery tan color with balanced carbonation, incredibly complex and not overpowering sour notes.
Unibroue ~ Ephemere Apple Ale 5.5%, 12 oz ~ $5
This Canadian ale is brewed with apples, coriander and curacao peels. Lively effervescent, soft hops, with a balanced granny smith apple finish. Try it with one of our firm chesses.
Scotch, Whiskey, & Bourbon
Makers Mark ~ 6
Kentucky Vintage ~ 8
Buffalo Trace ~ 8
Bulliet ~ 7
Black Maple Hill ~ 8
Powers, Ireland ~ 5
Stranahans, Colorado ~ 10
Jim Beam Rye ~ 5
Russel’s Reserve 6 yr Rye ~ 7
Lagavulin ~ 18
Highland Park 12 Year ~ 10
Highland Park 18 Year ~ 20
Aberlour ~ 10
Laphroaig Signatory Vintage 2001 ~ 10
Tequilla, Gin, Vodka, Rum & Absinthe
Stoli ~ 5
Chopin ~ 9
Appleton White and Dark ~ 6
Kilo Kai ~ 6
Rhum J.M ~ 7
St. George, California ~ 12
Kubler ~ 10
St. George Hemingway ~12 (Absinthe & Cava)
Tequila & Mezcal ~
Herradura Reposado ~ 7
El Tosoro Platinum ~ 8
Del Maguey Chichicapa ~ 8 1oz
Del Maguey Minero ~ 8 1oz
Brokers ~ 5
Hendricks ~ 8
New Holland Knickerbocker ~ 7
Ransom Smalls ~ 7
Ransom Old Tom ~ 8
Brandy, Cognac, & Grappa
Grateaud, Cognac ~ 8
Jean-Luc Pasquet, Cognac ~ 10
Bertangolli Grappino, Italy ~ 6
Ransom Gewurtztaminer Grappa, Oregon ~ 10
Varvaki Tsikoudia, Crete ~ 6
Reisetbauer, Williams Pear ~ 7
Reisetbauer, Apricot ~ 7
Dupont Fine ~ 8
Port, Sherry, Dessert Wine, & Maderia
Colosia “Elcano” Fino ~ 7
El Maestro Sierra Amontillado ~ 8.5
Colosia “Sangre y Trabajadero” Dry Oloroso ~ 8.5
Rare Wine Co. Historic Series
Sercial ~ Verdelho ~ Bual ~ Malmsey $6 each $12 tasting
Dessert Wine ~
Torbreck Muscat Blanc, Australia ~ 7
Quinta do Noval 2003 LBV ~ 7
Quinta do Infantado ~ 8
Other Liquors ~
Green & Yellow Chartreuse ~ $10
Grand Marinier ~ $8
Averna Sambuca ~ $8
Fernet Branca ~ 7
Carpano Antica ~ 6
Baileys ~ 6
Kaluha ~ 6
No. 12 Ouzo ~ 6
Patron XO Cafe ~ 7
Jeppson’s Malort ~ 5