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daily selection of farmstead cheese and seasonal fruit
daily selection of smoked and cured meats and pates
with deep fried pickles and autumn maple brown sugar sauce
with smoked paprika aioli and garlic crostini
house made corn tortilla chips, chopped tomatoes, melted cheese, charred corn salsa, banana peppers, sliced avocado, and sour cream
with fresh lemon, red and yellow banana peppers, rosemary agave tomato relish
choice of spicy buffalo, smoked porter bbq or honey ale sesame sauce
served with homemade honey mustard sauce
with smoked tomato ragu
a pot of founders ale soaked pickled cukes
with racer 5 ipa mustard sauce and sweet quince
a blend of spiced candied nuts and bacon
with honey mustard sauce
with brown sugar aioli
with charred corn salsa & chive crème fraiche
with melted gruyere cheese and herbed croutons
ask your server
with avocado, frissee and sweet chili vinaigrette
with parmigiano cheese crisps, peppadews and ithaca flower power lemon vinaigrette
with grape tomatoes, red onion, herbed croutons and strawberry-balsamic vinaigrette
8 oz certified angus beef patty on brioche
add choice of bacon, cheddar, american, raclette, gruyere or bleu cheese
with mushroom agrodolce and roasted red peppers
on 7 grain bread, with mixed greens, red pepper aioli and cucumber salad
with sauerkraut, russian dressing, melted gruyere on potato knish
8oz pattie with bleu cheese, bacon and pecan porter mayo
on brick oven baked lard bread (baked with italian meats)
lazy lemon cider glazed pork tenderloin with caramelized fennel and red potato salad
slow braised with carrots, celery and onions, over mashed potatoes
½ rack of pork ribs with red potato salad and onion rings
with brown sugar caramelized onions and mashed potatoes
with milk stout mashed potatoes and roasted brussel sprouts, beurre rouge sauce and finished with alder smoked sea salt
with cucumber relish, sliced red potatoes and grilled summer squash and tomatoes
with homemade tartar sauce and fresh lemon wedge and hand cut garlic fries
with blue point blueberry gastrique, sauteed baby arugula and lyonnaise potatoes
slow roasted chicken, carrots, celery and onions, with mashed potatoes, topped with puff pastry
with chipotle butter
with caramelized onions and bacon
with smoked sea salt
with candied ginger and peanuts, smoked sea salt and fresh chantilly cream
with strawberry sauce and seasonal fruit
2oz baileys pour topped with guinness hand shaken by your wonderful bartender
with house made granola, bananas, strawberries and apples drizzled with organic beekeeper's honey
with ginger pear jam and vanilla butter
with chopped red onion, capers, tomatoes, hard boiled egg and crostini
with guinness cheddar cheese, sunny]side up egg and toasted english muffin
with roasted red pepper sauce
with chopped tomato, red onion and capers
with buttered brioche, sauteed spinach and truffled bearnaise
with vanilla butter, seasonal fruits and vermont maple syrup
with bacon, lettuce, tomato, onion and remoulade sauce, sweet potato fries
with scrambled eggs and sage cream sauce
8oz. sliced pub filet, poached eggs, home fried potatoes and truffled bearnaise
all brunch items served with complimentary mimosa, house bloody mary or beermosa
house made peach puree and champagne
sapphire gin, st germain, fresh grapefruit and lemon juice, simple syrup, basil garnish
champagne and house made strawberry syrup
lavender and rosemary vodka, fresh lemon juice, blueberries splash soda
spiced rum, hot apple cider and cinnamon sugar rim
with sweet potato fries
a special light beer containing only 3.5% alcohol and approximately 35% fewer calories than regular lager beer. but every bit as thirst-quenching and refreshing
appearance: light hazy yellow....beer glows a bit when held up to the light. when i first poured it i saw a bit of a mountain-dew yellow. decent white head upon pouring that slowly died back to a persistent thin white foam across the top. nice thick sheets of lacing. smell: some malt and grain and a bit of lemon citrus. as the beer warms up you can finally smell the hops in full depth - and the lemon is still there as are the noble hops. taste: crisp with quick transition into bitter hop finish. hop finish is lemon, with some noble hops thrown in at the end as well with some malt underneath, but just barely. a beer definitely on the bitter side of things, but it's not excessively bitter. mouthfeel: nice carbonation, good thickness underneath. hops definitely sticking to the teeth with this one. overall / drinkability: a very interesting take on this style of american beer, and definitely quite hoppy. i'm not sure if it is as drinkable as the brew
nice banana notes in the flavor too; the malt behind is a touch sharp and roasty with some earthy bitter hops. a touch zingy-label mentions ''peppery spice'' of hops. bready, sweet, interesting.
a high gravity ipa brewed with 18% rye malt. hop rod rye has a floral hop aroma and subtle caramel notes with a slightly earthy and spicy rye character. 2009 california state fair â" gold 2003 california state fair â" gold 2002 real ale festival (chicago) â" gold
this hoppy american ipa is a full bodied beer brewed with american pale and crystal malts, and heavily hopped with chinook, cascade, columbus and centennial. there's a trophy in every glass.
blue point brewing's toasted lager is our flagship product. copper in color this brew is made from six different malts including: english pale, crystal, munich, carapils, wheat and belgian caravienna. toasted lager displays a balanced flavor of malt and hop which makes it easy drinking. special lager yeast is used to produce that long lasting, smooth finish. the "toasted" part of the name refers to our direct-fire brew kettle; hot flames imparts a toasted flavor to our most popular microbrew.
brooklyn lager, the brewery's flagship label, is new york's "hometown" beer, brewed to a pre-prohibition recipe that dates back to the days when brooklyn was the brewing capital of the east coast. brooklyn lager has won numerous awards. wrote michael jackson in the simon & schuster pocket guide to beer: "the dry-hopped, fresh, flowery, firm, flavourful, brooklyn lager started well, in 1988, and has gained in character since.
captain lawrence brown bird ale definitely has the confectionery sweet flavors going for it: toffee, caramel, and hazelnut coffee creamer. yet it doesn't assault the palate - it's more of a subtle pub-style real ale. the difference being hops are more noticeable here than your average american or english brown ale. a quick burst of dry bitterness comes through in the second half and again in the aftertaste. a very light coffee-style bitterness perfectly complements the hazelnut flavor found in the malty component of the palate. there's even a subtle cola or root beer taste. there are other brown ales with a more deliberately energetic palate, but the laid back approach really works here.
low in bitterness, but packed full of malty rich flavors, this beer expresses a small amount of the fruitiness you find in most ales, as well as the clean crisp flavors associated with a lager. the aroma is influenced by the small amount of american grown hops we add post fermentation which contribute a touch citrus.
white lager brewed with spices. shmaltz brewing company reveals a most charming attraction: the sensual dance of provocative hops and spices entwined with a sumptuous and elegant malt body. taste the rapture. surrender to temptation. seduce and be seduced.
a dry hopped american rye pilsener. obey the siren song of the mythological coney island mermaid. four spicy hops flow into seven golden malts. perfect as a momentary distraction, or equally enchanting as a parade towards deeper delights. when beer tastes this good, and you don't have scurvy, you don't need a lime!
a premium light beer with 105 calories per 12-ounce serving.
corona extra is the number-one selling beer in mexico and the leading export brand from mexico. this pilsener type beer was first brewed in 1925 by cervecerãa modelo, located in mexico city.
driven by wanderlust and a desire for discovery, the curious traveler set out to explore the globe. always fearlessly inquisitive, he relished opportunities to befriend other travelers and to experience cultures he had only previously imagined. he sampled their wares, their foods and most importantly their libations. some were good. some not so good. others were downright dangerous. many years into his travels, his pace slowed on a particularly sweltering day. he sought refuge in a small pub to escape the oppressive heat. before he could even finish wiping his brow, the bartender handed him a glistening glass of ale. the traveler took a liking to the invigorating lemon shandy concoction. âquite a refresher!â he said gratefully. the traveler has never stopped exploring â" in fact, he's on the road this very day. somewhere. only one thing has changed: he now makes sure he orders a shandy everywhere he goes.
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.
esquire magazine calls dogfish head 90 minute i.i.p.a., "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. this beer is an excellent candidate for use with randall the enamel animal! 90 ibu.
pours a hazy golden brownish color with a thin finger of fine grayish head that dissipates rapidly, leaves zero lacing has a bit of a sweet scent like raspberries or some other kind of berry maybe, also has a slight scent note like some adjunct lagers ive seen out there ok, its drinkable but thats about it, has a bit of sweetness that i guess i would associate with an amber ale but really isnt entirely appealing thin, leaves the mouth clean, medium intense carbonation at the beginning.
you've got to love coffee to truly appreciate this phenomenal brew. brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and sweetened imported chocolates, sumatra and kona coffee. we're actually not sure if this is some type of coffee cake or a beer. either way you can drink this ale with a fork. breakfast stout has an intense fresh roasted coffee nose toped with a cinnamon colored frothy head that seems to never fade and makes you wish breakfast could last forever.
a testament to cascade hops in a bottle. this medium-bodied pale ale has a distinctive floral hop aroma and refreshing citrus flavor. you'll notice a slight malty sweetness with a balanced hop finish. perfect to enjoy anytime, anywhere.
available in cans, kegs and bottles with nitrogen and carbon dioxide. pasteurised. usually called draught; sometimes called cold or extra cold - same beer, but served colder. launched in 1961. ingredients: pale ale malt, about 25 to 30% flaked barley, and about 10% roasted barley, with no other grains or sugars; several hop varieties, mainly goldings (pellets and isomerized extract); a flocculent head-forming ale yeast.
filtered and force carbonated. ingredients: water, three malts, including a 2-row pale, northwest cascade hops, and yeast. this copper colored ale is floral, medium bodied, with a crisp, refreshing finish. originally our summer seasonal in 1993, it is now available year-round. harpoon ipa was ranked atop both domestic and imported ipas by beer connoisseur magazine.
several malts, including munich and chocolate, deliver the malty character. the delicate hop aroma is not overpowering and the willamette hops provide a gentle bitterness which balance well with the residual sweetness.
an easy-drinking wheat beer is light in color and bodyâ¦perfect for the warmer weather. in crafting this fine ale, we add many pounds of real apricot fruit to create a âsecondary fermentation.â this creates a gentle wheat beer with just a hint of apricot flavor in the finish. a very drinkable, mildly fruity ale.
kelso nut brown lager is a dark lager (or german dunkel), made with german munich and melanoidin malts, and hopped with english (fuggles), german (hallertau), and american (northern brewer) hops. the beer is nutty/malty/spicy with a crisp finish. dark reddish amber colour with small creamy off-white head. mild malty aroma with sugary sweetness, brown sugar and nuts. toffee and sugary sweetness, sweet maltiness and mild nuttiness in flavour.
reserved for the darkest of hearts, mckenzie's black cherry is an inspiration to hard cider, rich amber, full body with a refreshingly sweet cherry finish.
this carefully crafted pilsner uses the finest ingredients and brewing techniques to ensure rich, full-bodied beer taste at only 96 calories.
mother's milk, as the name implies, is a dark and creamy milk stout. hints of oatmeal, chocolate and of course, milk make mother's milk's remarkably smooth and silky finish a classic example of the style.
a nod to one of our favorite session beers. saisons were traditionally brewed to very low alcohol content in order to refresh farmers while they worked the fields. in keeping with that drinkable tradition, our version weighs in at a very thirstquenching 3.5% alcohol. a nod to one of our favorite session beers. saisons were traditionally brewed to very low alcohol content in order to refresh farmers while they worked the fields. in keeping with that drinkable tradition, our version weighs in at a very thirstquenching 3.5% alcohol. brewed with pale malted barley, raw oats, raw rye, belgian yeast, and english & german hops. left unfiltered, it refreshes while giving a subtle spice from the yeast and grains and a gentle hop bitterness.
ommegang witte, a traditional belgian-style wheat ale with whispers of sweet orange and a touch of tart lemon. soft and seductive, ommegang witte is this summer's version of spicy intrigue and refreshing flavor.
hop noir is a delectable black ipa, dripping with piney, aromatic centennial hops. the malt base is dark and rich, anchored by organic black malt. this provides a strong foundation for the extravagant kettle hopping and dry-hopping that this beer experiences. enjoy with a night-light. with layers of light molasses, roasted malt, roasted meat, mild saline nuances, and orange citrus. mildly bitter nuances keep the beer refreshing, though the roasted, toasted flavors dominate the beer overall.
brewed in the grand tradition of the vienna lagers of austria and marzenbiers of munich, saratoga lager is a smooth, medium bodied lager with a pale copper color and a rich aroma. german hops and munich malt impart an intriguing balance between light, soft bitterness and a refreshing sweetness.
made with rye malt to provide a signature and distinct earthy character. seasoned and dry-hopped with herbal and citrus hops. truly righteous.
a "double strength" version of classic belgian-style "white" ale. a deceptively light ale spiced with curacao orange peel and coriander seed
prohibition ale is a boldly hopped amber ale that strikes a perfect balance between caramel maltiness and its aggressive hopping.
this is an aggressive ale. you probably won't like it. it is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to be able to appreciate an ale of this quality and depth. we would suggest that you stick to safer and more familiar territoryâ"maybe something with a multi-million dollar ad campaign aimed at convincing you it's made in a little brewery, or one that implies that their tasteless fizzy yellow beverage will give you more sex appeal. perhaps you think multi-million dollar ad campaigns make things taste better. perhaps you're mouthing your words as you read this. at stone brewing, we believe that pandering to the lowest common denominator represents the height of tyranny - a virtual form of keeping the consumer barefoot and stupid. brought forth upon an unsuspecting public in 1997, arrogant bastard ale openly challenged the tyrannical overlords who were brazenly attempting to keep americans chained in the shackles of poor taste. as th
light, crisp, refreshing ufo white follows in the tradition of spiced wheat beers that have been brewed in belgium for well over 300 years. brewed with orange peel and a unique blend of spices, ufo white is the perfect choice for a summer's barbecue, a night out with friends or any time youâ¹re thirsting for something a little different. like ufo hefeweizen and ufo raspberry hefeweizen, we leave ufo white unfiltered for a more natural taste and appearance.
unsurprisingly for a beer from the young's stable, double chocolate stout has been recognised as an award-winning brew on several occasions, including: brewing industry international awards gold medal winner 2000, silver medal winner 2002 and bronze medal winner 1998 and 2004. luxurious and at the same time with a hint of decadence, young's double chocolate stout has it all, delivering a satisfying, indulgent taste without ever becoming overly sweet.
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