Bottles & Cans


Chimay Blanche – tripel, golden/hazy in color, w/ aromas of fresh hops & yeast  (8°)  11,2oz  $12

Chimay Bleu – strong dark ale (9°)  11,2oz  $13

Chimay Rouge – dark ale, coppery in color w/ a sweet & fruity taste  (7°)  11,2oz  $13

Orval – world renowned, first brett beer to come to America. The distinctive bitter, fruity taste has become a reference point in the exclusive world of  authentic trappist beers. Might be the best beer in the world. (6,9°) 11,2oz  $13

Trappistes Rochefort 6 – amber in color, mocha & caramel in the nose, balanced with a slightly roasted bitterness  (7,5°)  11,2oz  $13

Trappistes Rochefort 8- soft caramel evolving into a malty bitterness (9,2°)  11,2oz  $13

Trappistes Rochefort 10 – a dark strong ale w/ coffee & chocolate aromas, hints of autumn wood, citrus zest & freshly baked biscuits (11,2°)  11,2oz  $14

Westmalle Dubbel – reddish-brown in color, aromas of banana & chocolate w/ a hint of herbs, rich flavors followed by a sweet fruitiness of alcohol, rounded off by an elegant touch of hops  (7°)  11,2oz  $13

Westmalle Tripel – golden yellow in color, sweet aromas w/ a hoppy bitterness, predominantly herbal & earthy  (8°)  11,2oz  $13



Boon Framboise – lambic with raspberries  (5,5°)  12,7oz  $27

De Ranke XX Bitter Belgian blonde bitter ale made with only whole leaf hops. 11.2oz  (6°)  $11

Boon Kriek – lambic with cherries  (5,5°)  12,7oz  $21

Duchesse De Bourgogneflanders sour/red ale  (6,2°)  11,2oz  $13

Duvel – iconic, strong Belgian golden ale (8,5°)  11,2oz  $13



Citizen Cider - Dirty Mayor – w/ ginger & lemon  (5,2°)  16oz can  $8

Departed Soles Brewing Co. – Four My Homie (GoodbIPA)  - *Gluten Free*  American Style IPA  (5,5°)  16oz can  $9

Exhibit ‘A’ – Goody Two Shoes – German Style Kölsch
(4,5°) 1 6oz can  $9

Wölffer Dry Rosé Cider No. 139  (6,9°)  12oz can  $10

Zero Gravity - Green State Lager – American lager 
(4,9°)  16oz can  $6.50



Aecht Schlenkerla Helles Lagerbier – classic, slightly smoky Bavarian lager  (4,3°)  16oz  $11

Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Marzenintense smokiness balanced with dark malt sweetness: the original smoke beer  (6,6°)  16,9oz  $15

Ayinger Bräu Weisse – classic German hefe, light mouth feel w/ aromas of banana & light spices  (5,1°)  16,9oz  $11

Ayinger Ur-Weisse – dunkelweizen, wheat & roasted malts give a darker color, more flavorful body than a traditional hefe-weisse
(5,1°)  16,9oz  $11

Leipziger Gose refreshing and slightly sour, brewed with coriander, lactic acid, sea salt (4,6°)  12oz can $13

Schneider Aventinus – weizen-bock, dark ruby in color w/ a clove-like aroma, full bodied w/ a hint of caramel  (8°)  16,9oz  $13

Schneider Fest Weisse – (dry hopped) refreshing & full bodied, shiny-brass color, aromas of hops & citrus w/ spicy notes  
(6,2°)  16,9oz  $13

Schneider Weisse – a complex Bavarian wheat beer, amber-mahogany in color, w/ an aroma of banana, clove, nutmeg & nuts (5,4°)  16,9oz  $13



Arabier (9°)  11,2oz $15
Belgian pale ale with light malt, fresh citrusy hops, and a light earthiness

Boskeun (Rabbit)  (9°)  11,2oz  $15
One of the first real Belgian Easter beers brewed with pale malt, Golding hops, cane sugar and re-fermented with native honey.

Dulle Teve (Mad Bitch)  (10°) 11,2oz  $17
Brewed in the tradition of a Belgian Triple. Its high density stems from large amounts of pale malt increased with pale candy sugar in the brew kettle. It is unfiltered, unpasteurized and can conditioned.

Oerbier – classic funky, sour-ish dark  (9°)  11,2oz  $17 - can



Coolship Resurgam   (6,4°) 375ml.  $33
Blend of one-, two-, and three-year-old spontaneously fermented beer.  Aged in French oak wine barrels.  Aromas of apricot, lemon zest, and candied fruit.  Notes of tropical fruit and flavors of funk lead to a clean, tart, and dry finish.



3 Fonteinen ‘Nocturne No. 48’ (7°) 750mlL  $60
A Flanders oud bruin, spontaneously fermented and made with exclusively malts, not wheat. Dark chocolate malt aged in barrels for four years results in a dark and sour blend

3 Fonteinen ‘Oude Geuze’ (7°) 375mlL  $36
A blend of 1, 2, and 3 year-old lambic unfiltered, unpasteurized and aged in the bottle for at least 6 months after blending. Continued fermentation in the bottle give this Geuze its famous champagne-like spritziness. The lambic that goes into it is brewed only with 60% barley malt, 40% unmalted wheat, aged hops, and water, spontaneously fermented by wild yeasts, and matured in oak casks

Brasserie De Blaugies ‘La Vermontoise’ (6°)  750mL  $32
Collab w/ Hill Farmstead. Farmhouse saison brewed with spelt and American hops. Effervescent with pronounced bitterness and a dry lemony finish.

Brasserie De Ranke – Mirakel (5,5°)  750mL  $50
A blend of one, two, and three year old lambics.  Two of them are real lambics made by traditional producers of the valley of the Senne River.  The third is made at De Ranke and is called Spierelambic, after the river that runs near the brewery.

Cascade – ‘La Rita Loca’ (7,1°) 250mL  $16
Margarita inspired blend of sour and wheat ales aged in tequila and wine barrels, with lime zest, sea salt, and coriander