Lagunitas Hazy Wonder (6%)
A bright spectacle of a hazy IPA from an OG brewery.
12oz Pabst Blue Ribbon
Austin EastCiders Blood Orange Cider (5%)
Omission Gluten Free Lager(5.8%)
A less filling GF option if you wanna avoid the sugar of ciders.
Miller High Life
The best macro lager-- yeah, we said it.
Our only NA.
Bells Two Hearted IPA (7%)
Allagash Brewing White Ale 5.1%)
Allagash does no wrong and this classic from the famed Portland, ME brewery proves it.
Dogfish Head Sea Quench Sour (4.9%)
The only sour in house and its a crowd pleaser for sure. Those new to sours and those experienced alike all love this beer.
Highland Brewing Gaelic Ale (5.8%)
Call it an amber, call it a red ale, either way-- order one-- its a goodun.
Creature Comforts - Cosmik Debris (8%)
Cosmik Debris is a Double IPA featuring Simcoe, Strata, Mosaic, Cascade, and Chinook hops. Intensely hopped, this Double IPA presents a bursting aroma of citrus zest, melon, and subtle pine. The big, fruity aroma, firm bitterness, and lighter malt character paves the way to a soft and balanced flavor profile.
Good ol' Mich.
Ask your server what flavor we have available.
Boulevard Dark Truth Stout 9.7%
Layers of complex flavors slowly emerge from the glass: espresso, roasted fig, crème brulée. Belgian yeast provides a plum-like fruitiness, noble German hops reveal spicy, herbal notes, while the rich, velvety mouthfeel mellows to a dry, smoky finish. -- Boulevard Brewing
3 Taverns Bright Day Coming (5.5%)
This 5.5% hazy IPA is loaded with ripe orange notes up front, a balanced biscuit-like malt character, and rounding out with a slight acetic melon finish.
Rich and creamy. Distinctively black. Velvety in its finish.
Creature Comforts Tropicalia (6.6%)
A full, fruit-forward hop flavor that washes over the palate, and ends with a subtle bitterness
Always lagered, filtered, and packaged cold
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale (5.6%)
If you're unfamiliar with this stalwart of craft beer we think we should let Sierra speak: "Heavy on hops, that was always the brewery plan. So in 1980, we loaded Pale Ale up with Cascade—a new hop at the time named after the mountain range—and the intense aromas of pine and citrus sparked the American craft beer revolution."
Anchor Steam (4.8%)
Yep, the OG Anchor Steam. This steam ale is deep amber color, thick, creamy head, and rich, distinctive flavor. If you're looking for a medium bodied amber style ale with a zippy hoppiness to it this is your beer.
Austin EastCiders Cider (5%)
A crisp, smooth and dry craft cider
Oskar Blues Dales Pale Ale (6.5%)
The OG canned craft ale by Oskar Blues never goes outta style. If you know you know!
Terrapin Love is Love Hefeweizen (5%)
A traditional Bavarian Weissbier with characteristic banana and clove flavor and a moussy, thick foam cap
Dogfish Head Punkin' Ale
A lovely seasonal brown ale debuted in '94, taking 1st place, at the Delaware Punkin' Chunkin' festival which is worth a look itself. We highly recommend a pint of ol' Punkin' while you do.
Back Forty Trucker Brown
Honey brown ale with a faint touch of honey to balance a sessionable brown ale.
Sparkling Wine Split
Our sparkling wine offer currently. Dry, bubbly, fair priced-- what else can you ask for?
Angelini, Pinot Grigio, Italy
Josh Chardonnay, Sonoma
A medium bodied lighter oaked Chardonnay that can still stand up to the test. Not your mothers oak bomb boxed chardonnay but we think she will love this just as much!
Golden Chardonnay, Monterey
If a more crisp and refined chardonnay is your preference then we fully believe in the Golden chardonnay as a lovely choice.
If you enjoy a pinot grigio or sav blanc then you'll also love Nortico! Have it simply with corn bread and butter like country folks do in Portugal. Also a terrific seafood wine, particularly with salty, fattier dishes like fish tacos or broiled oysters.
Mirabeau Belle Rose
At a blend of 60% grenache, 20% Cinsault, and 20% Syrah this rose is a Springtime patio must. Pair with Mediterranean dinners, roasted meat, salad, spicy cuisine or grilled seafood.
Golden Pinot Noir, Monterey
Rich minerality with hints of light black pepper, leather, and vanilla balance everything out. On the palate, bright and lively acid is balanced by a nice minerality, leading to a long, rich finish. This wine is exceptional on its own, or paired with your favorite hard rind cheese, mushroom dish, or dark chocolate
Revolution Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina
Aromas of intense ripe fruit: plums ,cherries, blackberries and blueberries, combined with chocolate hints. In the mouth the sweet and round tannins increase its fruit sensation and balance.
Lapis Luna Zinfandel, Lodi
Varietals: Zinfandel (80% ) , Sangiovese (20%) This wine brings attractive berries in its aromas and on the palate. Try it with grilled burgers and rich sauces.
Hogue Merlot, Sonoma
A medium-bodied, bright, fruit driven wine with aromas of plum, cranberry and cedar. Ripe berry and cherry flavors mingle on the palate with warm cinnamon, nutmeg spice, and subtle note of oak.
California. Concentrated with multiple layers of dark fruit, spice, and oak. The upfront richness is nicely balanced by a crisp finish laced with firm tannins. Additional notes of pomegranate and smoke.
Bulliet Rye, bitters, simple syrup, orange garnish
Bacardi, Coconut Rum and Sailor Jerry Rum, fruit juices, lime, cherry and umbrella garnish
Olmeca Altos Reposado Tequila, Ting Grapefruit soda, lime
Hendricks Gin, soda, muddled cucumber, lime juice