Updated: Saturday, January 28, 2023

Allagash Curieux

MAINE - This is their Belgian-style Triple that was aged in a Jim Beam whiskey cask.  Hints of vanilla, oak & bourbon. 11%abv

Allagash White

MAINE - Arguably the best Belgian-Style White beer made in the US.  Crisp & refreshing with hints of coriander and orange peel.  Rob Tod's interpretation of a traditional Belgian wheat beer, Allagash White is brewed with a generous portion of wheat and a special blend of spices, this beer is light and slightly cloudy in appearance, with a spicy aroma. 5%abv 

Blaugies Darbyste

BELGIUM - Saison made with the addition of fig juice.  Rich flavor with a hint of lemon in the finish.  Love this beer! 5.8%abv

Corsendonk Christmas Ale

BELGIUM - Medium body. Deep amber color. All malt in the aroma with a bit of coffee, chocolate and “root beer” in the finish. Spices are well integrated into the beer. A staff favorite. 8.1%abv 

De La Senne Jambe de Bois

BELGIUM - A very dry triple that is on the hoppy end of the scale for this style. Very refreshing for such a big beer. 8%abv

De La Senne Taras Boulba

BELGIUM - Refreshing session ale. Blond color.  Great, yet subtle malt character balanced by Noble hops. This gem-of-a-beer has a bracingly dry finish. I LOVE THIS BEER! 4.5%abv

Dieu du Ciel Rosee d’Hibiscus

CANADA - A soft spoken wheat beer. The rose colour comes from the hibiscus flowers added during the brewing process. The aromas and flavour of this tropical flower are very prominent in the beer, giving it a slight acidity and a very agreeable fragrance. 5.9%abv

Dupont Saison

BELGIUM - This benchmark saison has been brewed at the farm-brewery since 1844. Still owned and operated by the same family. Founded by Rimaux Deridder in 1884 and passed through to Louis Dupont in 1920. Then passed to Sylva Rosier in 1945, who passed it on to his son Marc Rosier in 1964.  Marc's nephew, Oliver Dedeycker took over the brewing duties in 2002. Peppery hops and fruity esters derived soley from the hops and yeast. This is the Saison that inspired hundreds of brewers from around the workd.  This is still perfection. 6.5%abv

Hill Farmstead Fear & Trembling

VERMONT - Part of the Philosophical Series, with a name via Kierkegaard, it is a Baltic Porter brewed with malt that was hand smoked over maple by their Danish friend, and former colleague, Anders Kissmeyere. 9%abv

Hill Farmstead Susan

VERMONT - Susan, named for Shaun Hill's grandfather's sister, is part of the Ancestral Series. American IPA. 6% abv

LaTrappe Quadrupel

HOLLAND - A ton of dark roasted malts give this a hint of sweetness balanced with bitterness.  10%abv  

Maine Beer Co. Lunch

MAINE-IPA with a pine, grass, herbal nose. Hop forward and substantial, with crystal malt giving balance. Delicious. 7%abv

Perennial Abraxas

MISSOURI - An imperial stout brewed with ancho chili peppers, cocoa nibs, vanilla beans and cinnamon sticks. Deep brown with a thick head, complex body and a lingering roastiness. 10%abv

Plan Bee Karnet

NEW YORK - A version of their spontaneously fermented Barn Beer with whole Montmorency cherries and pressed Balaton cherry juice. 6.5%abv 

Russian River Blind Pig

CALIFORNIA - Perhaps my favorite West Coast IPA. Solid hop aromas and finish backed up by the perfect balance of malt. 6.1%abv 

Russian River Damnation

CALIFORNIA - This is the new and improved version of the original, Duvel inspired, Damnation. Less banana, more apple/pear notes. More yeast-driven spiciness. Much drier than the original. 7.5%abv 

Russian River Pliny the Elder

WINDSOR, CALIFORNIA – A bit of history first: Vinnie Cilurzo brewed America's first Double IPA, named  "Inaugural Ale", back in 1994 at Blind Pig Brewing Co, Temecula, CA.  That operation closed a few years later. Then Vinnie was hired as the original and only head brewer at Korbel Champagnes Cellars' foray into brewing – Russian River Brewing Co. Vinnie and his wife, Natalie bought the brewery a few years later and opened their Santa Rosa location. The rest, as they say is history. Vinnie is the originator of this style and he still brews the best version – Pliny the Elder. Brewed with copious amounts of Amarillo, Centennial, CTZ, and Simcoe hops. Very hoppy, but not a hop bomb – the balance of the malt and hops is extraordinary. Super drinkable, but be careful…it is 8%abv.

Russian River STS Pils

CALIFORNIA - A classic European style Pilsner. Straw in color and often times slightly hazy as it is unfiltered.  Hop forward with a mild malt foundation, strong lager yeast characteristic, and a dry, bitter finish. Damn! This is a World-Class Pilsner. Perfectly balanced and oh, so quaffable. Seriously- try this.  5.35%abv 

Scaldis Noel

BELGIUM - A full bodied strong ale. Bronze in color. Called "Bush de Noel" in Belgium. Dry hopped for four weeks. Sweet taste initially that gives way to a nice dry finish. 12%abv 

Techne Perkuno’s Hammer

PENNSYLVANIA - Tom Baker used his famous Heavyweight Brewery recipe to brew this super good Baltic Porter. Roasted malt flavors dominate this classic style. 8.1%abv

Threes Brewing Volition

NEW YORK-Crushable black lager made with their house lager yeast. Subtle roastiness with an underlying dark bread character. 4.5%abv 

Tilquin Gueuze

BELGIUM-Pierre Tilquin opened his Gueuzerie over a decade ago, and we were lucky enough to debut his lambic in the US - actually the first time it was poured outside of Belgium.  Pierre's draft version differs a bit from his bottle conditioned version, but it is equally complex and very quaffable. 5.3%abv

Westmalle Dubbel

BELGIUM - A dark, red-brown beer with notes of caramel, malt and fruity esters followed by a long, dry finish. Rich and complex.  A rarity on draft.  7%abv