Bottles & Cans


Chimay Rouge – dark ale, coppery in color w/ a sweet &
fruity taste  (7°)  11,2oz  $14

Chimay Blanche – tripel, golden/hazy in color, w/ aromas
of fresh hops & yeast  (8°)  11,2oz  $15

Chimay Bleu – strong dark ale (9°)  11,2oz  $16

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°) 11,9oz  $14

Trappistes Rochefort 6 – amber in color, mocha & caramel in the nose, balanced with a slightly roasted bitterness  (7,5°)  11,2oz  $14

Trappistes Rochefort 8- soft caramel evolving into a malty bitterness  (9,2°)  11,2oz  $15

Trappistes Rochefort 10 – a dark strong ale w/ coffee & chocolate aromas, hints of autumn wood, citrus zest & freshly baked biscuits  (11,2°)  11,2oz  $16

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  $14

Westmalle Tripel – golden yellow in color, sweet aromas w/ a hoppy bitterness, predominantly herbal & earthy  (9°)  11,2oz  $15



Boon Framboise – lambic with fresh raspberries  (5,5°)  12,7oz  $25

Boon Kriek – lambic with fresh cherries  (5,5°)  12,7oz  $25

De Ranke XX Bitterbelgian blonde bitter ale made with only whole leaf hops. hailed as a “Belgian IPA,”  a trendsetter internationally (6°) 11.2oz  $13

Duvel – iconic, strong belgian golden ale (8,5°)  11,2oz  $14




Arabier (9°)  11,2oz $17

Belgian pale ale with light malt, fresh citrusy hops, and a light earthiness

Dulle Teve (Mad Bitch)  (10°) 11,2oz  $17 – can

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.

Oeral – Hoppy Session Belgian Pale Ale  (5,5°)  11,2oz  can $14

Oerbier – belgian dark strong ale with a slight acidity from the yeast and lactic acid bacteria (9°)  11,2oz  can $17

XL 40th Anniversary – Belgian Pale brewed with original floor malted Simpson Maris Otter Pale-Ale Malt, dry-hopped with Poperinge Whitbread Golding hops & bitter orange peel in the old copper brew house that dates back to 1921, the restart after WWI.  (6,5°)  12oz can  $17



3 Floyds – Zombie Ice – the undead double pale ale!  brewed w/ an unholy amount of citra hops, it’s the bigger, badder version of zombie dust

(8,5°)  12oz can  $8

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

Citizen Cider – Wit’s Up – very dry, meant to drink like a Pale Ale in cider form (5,2°)  16oz can  $8

Exhibit ‘A’ – Goody Two Shoes – German-Style Kölsch

(4,5°) 16oz can  $9

Glutenberg – American Pale Ale -- *gluten free* notes of orange citrus

(5,5°)  16oz can  $9

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

Zero Gravity - Green State Lager  (4,9°)  16oz can  $6,5



Aecht Schlenkerla Helles Lagerbier – classic, slightly smoky Bavarian lager  (4,3°)  16,9oz  $11

Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Marzen – intense smokiness balanced with dark malt sweetness: the original smoke beer  (6,6°)  16,9oz  $13 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

Schneider Aventinus – weizen-bock, dark ruby in color w/ a funky 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 Original – complex Bavarian wheat beer, amber-mahogany color, w/ aromas of banana, clove, nutmeg & nuts (5,4°) 16,9oz  $13



3 Fonteinen ‘Oude Geuze’ (6°) 375ml  $40

a true Geuze.  This particular version is four lambics brewed

by 3 Fonteinen and one from a new, small, traditional lambik brewery.  the lambics originate from four different oak barrels.

3 Fonteinen ‘Nocturne’ (Season 21/22) (7°) 750ml  $60

spontaneously fermented full malt beer, not a typical lambik, but a take on Oud Bruin.  brewed w/ five barley malts & no wheat.  barrel aged four years & blended w/ fresh Nocturne.

Allagash Brewing Co– Saison Gratis  (7,2°) 375ml.  $41

open fermented farmhouse ale, refermented with Brettanomyces.  tart with notes of orange, pineapple, and clove.

Brasserie Fantôme ‘Rare Barley Dark Project’ (7,5°) 750ml  $32

rare beer club exclusive.  a belgian dark farmhouse ale with spices

Haandbryggeriet ‘Haandbakk’ (6,7°) 375ml  $28

a take on a sour brown or oud bruin. 

the first commercial sour brewed in Norway.

Jester King ‘Atrial Rubicite’ (Blend 13) (5°) 500ml  $65

raspberries from radar farms in lynden, washington were added to mature barrel-aged sour beer (six pounds per gallon) and refermented to dryness.  unfiltered, unpasteurized, and 100% naturally conditioned.

Jester King ‘Psych Metal’ (Batch #1) (5°) 750ml  $55

bière de coupage with cordyceps, wormwood, lemongrass, and butterfly pea flower.  unfiltered and naturally conditioned by refermentation in the bottle.

Jester King ‘Acerose Eefflorescence’ (5,9°) 750ml  $60

belgian style blonde ale blended with spontaneously fermented beer.  brewed in collaboration with novare res bier café.

Oude Geuze Boon à L’Ancienne ‘VAT 109 Mono Blend’

 (8,25°) 375ml  $55  90% lambik from a 100 year old shaved oak cask that previously held cognac, brewed in 2014, bottled in 2016. 

best before 04/18/2036