|Master Query ALL Active Bottles|
|Abbey||Ommegang Abbey Ale||12oz.||98||$4.25||Deep burgundy color with a big, fluffy head. Complex fruit aromas with a layered sweetness (honey, then caramel, then toffee) with a hint of licorice and chocolate. A big, rich, abbey-style ale that dries out nicely on the finish.|
|Abbey||Ommegang Three Philosophers||12oz.||98||$5.00||Blended with authentic Kriek, a cherry-lambic from Belgium. Complex flavors of chocolate, dark cherries, caramel malt and toffee.|
|Belgian Wit||Unibroue Blanche de Chambly||12oz.||76||$4.50||Has an alluring pale golden color, effervescent foam and a subtle bouquet of spice and citrus notes. It is a mildly malty, slightly sweet and refreshingly thirst-quenching.|
|Bitter/ESB||Fullers ESB||12oz.||96||$4.50||ESB has a wonderful rich mahogany appearance. Taking in the nose, the beer is bursting with cherry and orange, balanced by soft malty toffee and caramel notes. The flavour delivers everything you would expect from such a full-bodied ale.|
|IPA||Brooklyn East India Pale Ale||12oz.||82||$4.25||Originally a summer seasonal, has been getting raves since becoming a year round offering in 1996. English malts and hops are used to brew this EIPA in the classic, heavily-hopped style of the 19th century beers created for British soldiers serving in India.|
|IPA||Dogfish Head 90 Minute Ale||12oz.||100||$6.25||Esquire Magazine calls our 90 Minute I.I.PA., “perhaps the best I.P.A. in America.” An Imperial I.P.A. brewed to be savored from a snifter. A big beer with a great malt backbone that stands up to the extreme hopping rate.|
|IPA||Victory Hop Wallop||12oz.||95||$4.00||As our annual homage to the fresh hop harvest, Hop Wallop is a fragrant experience that delights the tastebuds. Pure gold of color, this ale offers its heady bounty of hops to the adventurous of taste. Bold, bracing and surprisingly refreshing for a strong (8.5% a.b.v.) ale.|
|IPA||Founders Centennail IPA||12oz.||98||$4.75||Centennial IPA has quickly become the IPA of choice. Pour yourself a pint of this complex flavorful ale and bask in the frothy head’s floral bouquet. Relish the immense citrus accents, achieved by the abundance of dry hopping. This ale’s sweet, malty undertones balance the hop character with a finish that never turns too bitter.|
|Lager||Great Divide Hoss-Rye Lager||12oz.||84||$5.00||Hoss is based on the Märzen lagers of Germany. Rich, layered malt notes, with some hints of cherry and dark notes, dominate while the unique addition of rye imparts a slightly earthy, spicy character. Hoss finishes crisp and dry, and its brilliant red-orange color is a toast to the late-summer sunsets that make the perfect backdrop for this beer.|
|Pilsner||Pilsner Urquel||12oz.||72||$3.75||It is called the “model of meter” among beers. All other pilsners are a better or worse attempt to copy the original – the first ever Pilsner Urquell. Its unparalleled exceptionality is guaranteed by the same recipe dating from 1842.|
|Belgian Ale||Goose Island Matilda||22oz.||96||$12.95||Matilda is made with a rare yeast that suggests a fruity and spicy flavor. There is complex maltiness balanced with a profuse amount of hops.|
|Belgian Strong Ale||Duvel Golden Ale||12oz.||98||$6.00||Four generations of the Moortgat family have brought together Pilsner malts, Bohemian hops, and a unique yeast strain to create this intense, aromatic and beguiling ale. This Belgian favorite is best enjoyed chilled (40 – 50 F) with discerning friends or good-looking strangers.|
|Belgian Strong Ale||Goose Island Pere Jacques||22oz.||97||$12.95||Strong, rich Belgian style Abbey Beer.|
|American Pale Ale||Dales Pale Ale||12oz.||96||$3.50||Brewed with hefty amounts of European malts and four kinds of American hops, it delivers a blast of hop aromas, a rich middle of malt and hops, and a thrilling finish. It weighs in at 6.5 % alcohol by volume.|
|Saison Ale||Ommegang Hennepin Ale||12oz.||94||$5.25||This hoppy, farmhouse style ale has a champagne like effervescence with a crisp but light on the tongue finish. Similar to the Belgian Saison style , this beer serves well as an aperitif. Hennepin has a majestic golden hue. The style is called Grisette or farm house and is considered to be in the domain of the Belgian Saisons.|
|Saison Ale||Ovila Saison||25oz.||94||$15.00||A collaboration between Sierra Nevada Brewing Co and the monks at the Abbey of New Clairvaux, Ovila Abbey Saison brings the centuries-old monastery brewing tradition to America. Ovila Abbey Saison is complex and contemplative-but also refreshingly dry and drinkable. With earthy and spicy aromas, this rustic Saison has note of green grass and a faint citrus tang. The body is light and layered with fruit and spice accents and a dry, peppery finish. A portion of the proceedsfrom this ale go toward the restoration of the historic Santa Maria de Oliva chapter house on the grounds of the Abbey of New Clairvaux. This medieval building stood for nearly eight centuries in Spain. William Randolph Hearst purchased the monastery in 1931 and planned to use the stones for a castle even grander than his famous San Simeon. Although Hearst’s plan crumbled, these historic stones will rise again in a California Cistercian abbey.|
|Saison Ale||Goose Island Sofie||22oz.||98||$12.95||Sofie an intriguing choice for Champagne drinkers and beer drinkers who are fond of Belgian Saisons.|
|Specialty Ale||Founders Curmudgen Old Ale||12oz.||98||$8.75||Curmudgeon is brewed with an intense focus on the malt bill creating a very strong, rich, malty characteristic and a sweetness indicative of its cousin the barleywine.|
|Specialty Beer||Founders Reds Rye P.A.||12oz.||99||$4.75||Pours a spectacular crimson red with a creamy tan head. Brewed with four varieties of Belgian caramel malts imparting a sweet richness. Reds Rye is impressively balanced with its hop bitterness and floral bouquet achieved from the dry hop. In the finish|
|Amber Ale||Wolovers Pat Leavys All American Ale||12oz.||$3.50||This is a highly drinkable amber ale with delicious hop flavors and aromas, available in 6 pks and on draft. The second beer from Wolaver’s to be named in honor of an organic farmer. Frustrated that organic hops had to be shipped in from overseas, we set out to find a more local source. Pat Leavy agreed to grow organic hops for our brewery and this All American ale is brewed with his organic Fuggles, Goldings, and Magnum hops, and American-grown organic malted barley. We salute America’s organic farmers- especially Pat Leavy! Cheers!|
|IPA||Firestone Walker Wookey Jack Black Rye IPA||12oz.||100||$7.25||Wookey Jack is our first foray into the dark outer world of black IPAs. Rich dark malts and spicy rye careen into bold citrus laden hops creating a new dimension in IPA flavor. This brew has been left unfiltered and unfined to retain all of its texture and character. At 60 IBUs, Wookey Jack is gnarly on the outside yet complex and refined on the inside.|
|Abbey||Allagash Curieux||25oz.||99||$37.00||Allagash Curieux is a unique beer that was aged for 8 weeks in Jim Beam Bourbon Barrels. In July 2004 they brewed a batch of the Triple and placed it in Bourbon barrels from Kentucky.
December ’04 bottles labeled as 11% ABV. Previous vintages at 9.5%
|IPA||Bells Two Hearted||12oz.||100||$4.50||India Pale Ale style well suited for Hemingway-esque trips to the Upper Peninsula. American malts and enormous hop additions give this beer a crisp finish and incredible floral hop aroma.|
|Belgian Strong Ale||Delirium Tremens||12oz.||96||$11.25||Bottle Conditioned. Launched on December 26th 1989 @ 9% abv. Abv reduced from 9% to 8.5% in 2003.
The particular character and the unique taste of “Delirium Tremens” result from the use of three different kinds of yeast. Its very original packing, which resembles cologne ceramics, and the colourful label contribute to its success.
In 1997, Stuart A. Kallen nominated Delirium Tremens as “best beer in the world”. A gold medal during the “world beer championships” in Chicago (1998) confirmed that worldwide recognition.
|Belgian Strong Ale||Delirium Nocturnum||12oz.||94||$11.25||Colour and sight: Dark brown-red. A compact white-yellow, stable and lacing head. Scent: Touches of caramel, mocha and chocolate. Spices such as liquorice and coriander are also present. Flavour: Initially, a very good mouthfeel of alcohol and softness. This is followed by an increasing bitterness, partially from the hop, but also from the roasted malt and chocolate malt. Towards the end a nice balance between bitterness, sour and sweet.|
|IPA||Lagunitas Maximus||12oz.||98||$5.00||At the height of the heat in the heart of the summer, we felt that the only cure was a raging mouthful of fresh hops and malt. Caution: May remove enamel from teeth. This is Lagunitas IPA pumped up by about 30%!|
|Stout||Left Hand Milk Stout||12oz.||96||$4.25||This English style of beer, also known as Sweet Stout or Cream Stout, first appeared in London in the late 1800’s. The early brewers touted the health benefits of the milk sugar in this beer which today relates mainly to the increased amount of calories(no real health benefits…sorry). The milk sugar adds a well rounded sweetness to this dark beer and makes it an outstanding, year ‘round stout.|
|Abbey||Smuttynose Tripel||22oz.||79||$14.25||Smuttynose Tripel features all the hallmarks of its Belgian inspirations. The gold color misleads the drinker to expect something subtle, if not down right benign, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Sweet, round, and full of fruity esters from our distinctive Belgian-style yeast strain, Smuttynose Tripel is a nice sipping beer that is best enjoyed from your favorite tulip glass, especially the official Big Beer Series one. Conversely, Tripel’s fruity esters and rich mouthfeel mean you can pair the beer with ‘nearly anything from salads and fish to Mexican or Thai cuisine. Style Fact: The style name “tripel” comes from the large amount of fermentable sugars which give the tripel wort a high starting gravity. Cheers!|
|Porter||Smuttynose Robust Porter||12oz.||99||$4.00||A hearty ebony colored ale that starts with a rich malty palate finished with clean hops and notes of coffee and chocolate.|
|American Strong Ale||J.W. Lees Manchester Star Ale||16oz.||97||$14.25||Launched 2001 in a collaboration between Giles Dennis, J.W. Less head brewer, and Garret Oliver of Brooklyn Brewery, New York.
Ingredients: Ale malt, Chocolate malt; Grist Goldings, Styrian, Hallertau hops; Yeast.
Manchester Star was a brew discovered in an old recipe book (from about one hundred years ago). Manchester Star is a 7.3% abv, dark ale, with chocolate, malty overtones and a warming finish made from 100% British ale malt, chocolate malt and Goldings hops.
|IPA||Horseheads Black Horse||22oz.||95||$12.95||This style of beer is classified as an India Black Ale. The focus is on both the malts and hops used during the brewing process. Our version is a medium body beer with a strong dark roasted malt flavor that finishes with an assertive hop bitterness. The aroma is fruity/citrus.|
|Belgian Strong Ale||He’Brew St. Lenny’s Belgian Rye IPA||22oz.||90||$8.00||Brothers and sisters, I’m pissed! As one tends to do over beers, I’ve been talking smack with my longtime colleague and friend Brian Neville, brewmaster at St. Louis Missouri’s Cathedral Square Brewery, a disciple of Belgian-style creations. Collaboration perhaps Adam Louis birth Shmaltz Brewery? Like angel trumpets from heaven, he decreased the project shall be called, “The Immaculate Collaboration”. He further proclaims we must do a monk-inspired version of our beloved Bittersweet Lenny’s RIPA with Belgian yeast, naming it “St. Lenny’s.” Mouth agape, I cry, “Dude, you bogarted my shtick!” That’s what friends are for, I guess – great minds drink alike – and for now, it isn’t my brewing (that’s Paul, Richie ad Mike), my art (Matt) or my punchlines (Brian) – but after nearly 17 years, it is in fact my own brewery (alone with the whole Shmaltz Brewing tribe). L’Chaim!
Please note this is the version brewed by Shmaltz (HeBrew), not the Cathedral Square version.
|Sour||Victory Kirsch Gose||12oz.||89||$5.25||A bold and bright step outside the norm, the flavors of a unique, old world German brewing process excite your senses with the sharp and sweet burst of fresh cherries. Effervescent and sublime, this session ale has an enticing cherry-fruit character. European tradition and American ingenuity come together in the truest sense as you Taste Victory in Kirsch Gose.|
|Sour||Ithaca Cayuga Cruiser||12oz.||80||$4.25||Cayuga Cruiser is our slightly tart and exceptionally refreshing Berliner-Weisse style ale. Mildly hazy in appearance and light in body, this beer delivers the perfect combination of elements resulting in supreme and satisfying drinkability. Whether you’re on a boat or in your backyard, this beer is the quintessential summer refresher.|
|Belgian Ale||Duchesse De Bourgogne||11.5oz.||98||$12.00||Duchesee de Bourgogne is the traditional top fermented reddish-brown ale from the West-Flanders region of Belgium. This refined ale also known as “The Burgundies of Belgium” is a blend of 8 and 18 months old ales following careful maturation in oak casks. 100% natural and unpasteurized.|
|Stout||Elysian Dragonstooth Stout||22oz.||99||$11.75||A smooth and sturdy stout, made with 10% rolled oats, roasted barley and chocolate malt. The name is referential to the founders of Thebes, warriors who sprang from the earth when the teeth of a slain dragon were sown by Cadmus. Bittered with Chinook; finished with Cascade and Columbus hops.|
Draft Beer List
21st Ammendment Bitter American
Alpine Beer Company Captain Stout
Ballast Point Sculpin IPA
Blue Moon Belgian White
Brooklyn I Wanna Rye-It
Cider Creek Farmhouse Cider
Founders Old Curmudgeon Ale
George Killian’s Irish Red
Heavy Seas Dubbel Cannon
Horseheads Black Horse
Iron Flamingo Mocha Porter
Moylans Lonley Tarts Club Ale
Sam Adams Summer Ale
Smuttynose Finest Kind IPA