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Updated: Monday, July 22, 2019

Updated: Monday, July 22, 2019

Allagash Pick Your Own

MAINE-Sour red ale aged in an oak foudre with Lactobacillus and Pediococcus for 2 years. Fresh, local raspberries, cherries, strawberries and blueberries are added and after 3 more months a vibrant, ruby red ale with aromas of berries and vanilla results. Berry body. Dry finish with notes of bread crust and long tart juiciness. 6.4%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

Allagash/Dupont Brewers Bridge

BELGIUM:  A true collaboration by two of my favorite brewers: Olivier Dedeycker of Brasserie Dupont (Tourps, BE) and Jason Perkins of Allagash Brewery (Portland, ME). Olivier brews the benchmark Saison – the one that all saison brewers were inspired by. Saison Dupont is truly one of the worlds great beers. Jason brought his approach by adding additonal grains to the malt bill. Brewed with malted barley, rye and oats, which is a real departure for Dupont. I can't wait to taste this inspired beer.  6.1%abv

Boon Geuze Selection

BELGIUM-Lambic from specific foeders are selected to best produce a “keg conditioned” geuze. Full bodied with signature sourness and low carbonation. 6.3%abv

Brauerei Lemke Budike Woodruff

GERMANY-Fruity, mildly sour, refreshing, complex and funky Berliner Weisse. Lays on real woodruff which reveals herbal and tangy notes. 4.5%abv

Chouffe Houblon

BELGIUM-Monk's served the very first keg outside of Belgium.  Chris handed a 5 liter keg to Tom at the Zythos beer festival in St. Nikolaas several years back.  Brought home as checked luggage.  Inspired by a US Imperial IPA, but with a classic belgian twist. 9%abv

De Dolle Oerbier

BELGIUM-Nat & Straff! “OriginalBeer” is brewed from no less than 6 malts, Poperinge Golding hop flowers and a special yeast which make it a little tart. 9%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 Molen Hel & Verdoemenis

NETHERLANDS-More of a Russian Imperial Stout in style.  Note of licorise, espresso roasted coffee beans & a hint of smoke from the dark roasting of the malts. 10%abv

Firestone Walker Wine Barrel Saison

CALIFORNIA-Their elegant saison aged in oak for 9 months. Picks up the wine that aged in that same barrel. Aromaa of peppercorn, citrus & vanilla.

Founders All Day IPA

MICHIGAN:  A sessionable IPA just like in the days of yore.  Well balanced & quaffable. 4.7% session ale   

Gurutzeta Basque Cider

SPAIN-  I fell in love with Basque Ciders while tripping through Spain on a beer-focused visit. This was my favorite because it is so very dry and has almost no carbonation. Great with food, friends and family.  Tart, fresh and truly excellent. 6%abv

La Trappe Quadrupel

NETHERLANDS-A ton of dark roasted malts give this a hint of sweetnes with a nicely balanced bitterness.  10%abv  

Maine Beer Co. Peeper Ale

MAINE- American-style ale brewed one barrel at a time. Dry, clean and crisp. Ideal gateway for lager drinkers.  5.5%abv

Monk's Cafe Flemish Sour Ale

BELGIUM-Our own private label brewed for us by the family owned Van Steenberge brewery, just outside of Ghent, Belgium. Medium body, red color, somewhat fruity nose, malt flavor with a slight lactic sourness. A real thirst quencher and palate cleanser.

New Belgium Single Foeder Felix

COLORADO-100% of this liquid was aged in the Monk's Café Foeder – yes, we have a New Belgium huge, oak foeder named for Monk's. Master Blender, Lauren Limbach, excitedly reached out to me recently praising this special Felix aging in our Foeder. I asked her to keg it straight from the Foeder without any blending.  Lauren is one of the few people in the world in whose palate I have absolute trust.  I've known her for twenty years and we've shared nearly 100 beer over those years.  This beer has the aroma of stone fruit - apricots & peaches. The flavor is subtle and the acidic level is extremely low, but its sourness remains. Quite an elegant beer.  7.7%abv

New Belgium Southern Vines

COLORADO:  Bittersweet flavors of the Scuppernong grape and wild-harvested sumac in this foeder-aged golden sour. A standout creation from one of our favorite people, Lauren Limbach. She is keeper of the New Belgium's Foeder Forest.  8.4%abv

Petrus Aged Pale Ale

BELGIUM-This is a staff favorite. This beer is aged 18 months in oak barrels, which provides the sour note this beer exhibits.  Both refreshing and bracing. 7.3%abv

Port Brewing Summer Pale Ale

CALIFORNIA-Classic west coast Pale Ale (think Sierra Nevada Pale w/more hops). a hop forward, light bodied pale ale that is quite quaffable. 6%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 Duvel-inspired Damnation. Vinnie felt it could be better. In his words “less banana, more apple/pear notes . More yeast-driven spiciness. Much drier than the original.” 7.5%abv

Russian River Pliny the Elder

CALIFORNIA- This is the original Double IPA, made by mistake, natch.  More hops balanced by bigger malt.  Aromas of grapefruit dominate.  Finishes surprisingly dry, yet not too bitter.  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

Tonewood Brewing Freshies

NEW JERSEY-Soft and crushable American Pale Ale brewed with wheat and hopped with Simcoe, Amarillo and Cascade hops. 5%abv

Westmalle Dubbel

BELGIUM-Monk’s Café is honored to be one of two bars (our pals at Teresa’s being the other) to debut this legendary Trappist beer on draft in Pennsylvania. A dark red-brown beer with notes of caramel, malt and fruity esters followed by a long, dry finish. Rich and complex. We are so excited to pour this gem! 7%abv

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