9.00Pac Brewing Lab Imperial Ipa .San Francisco, California 9.8% ABV
15.00Professor Fritz Briem‘1809’ Berliner Weisse, Freising, Germany 500Ml, 5% ABVIn 1809, napoleon and his troops identified berliner weisse as the champagne of the north. “1809” is a very traditional interpretation of the “berliner style” weisse with a complex blend of lactic tartness, refreshing tart apple and lemon and just a hint of funky yeast. The high carbonation cleanses the palate and leads into a crisp, dry finish.
12.00De Ranke‘Guldenberg’Tripel, Dottignies, Belgium 11.2Oz. 8% ABVThe aroma smacks of honeyish malts and tropical fruit tones as well as lemony zest and ample hops. Even more complexity emerges on the palate with prominent orange notes, honey, herbal, grassy hop tones, and a minor note of cinnamon and cloves. Floral, fruity, yeasty, hoppy, this beer has a little something for everyone,
11.00Dieu Du Ciel 'Solstice D’ Hiver'barleywine St. Jerome, Canada 11.5Oz10.2% ABVSolstice d'hiver is brewed once a year, each july, then matured over 4-6 months for release in the winter. Dark brown with ruby red highlights, this full-bodied winter classic tastes of lush, dark fruits, rich toffee and slightly sweet malts, all balanced by a crisp bitterness with a warming alcohol glow lingering in the background.
7.00Thirsty Bear Cask Ale ‘Black Sea Common Ale’ 3Oz Tasting Pour 2Pair with two angels on horseback