#1 Weihenstephan Original Lager (honey) - 16.9 oz / $5.5
Dark golden color, slightly carbonated with an aroma that is crisp and flowery. The taste is exceptionally well balanced between clean hops and sweet malt.
#2 Weihenstephan Hefeweisen (golden) - 16.9 oz / $5.5
Medium bodied ale with a complex nose and tastes of banana, clove, and citrus stemming from the fresh yeast flavors.
#3 Ayinger Jahrhundert (amber)- 16.9 oz / $7
A large golden, herbaceous bouquet with a soft, medium body, and a long lingering finish with dry hop tones. (With a name only a spelling bee champion can truly appreciate.)
#4 Paulaner Salvatore Doppelbock (auburn) - 16.9 oz / $6
A very rich and full bodied yet superbly balanced beer; true to its world-renowned reputation.
#5 Hacker Pschorr HefeWeizen (amber) - $5
This beer is brewed with 60% wheat and 40% barley. It remains unfiltered throughout the brewing process. (Downloaded from the pentagon’s mainframe.)
#6 Paulaner Original Munich Lager (golden) - 16.9 oz / $5
Hoppy yet subtle, light, and elegant with its wonderfully spicy and naturally hearty taste.
#7 Uerige Sticke (brown / amber) - $11
Rich and full of flavor... simply delicious.
#8 Einbecker Mai-U-bock (honey) - $5.5
This famous specialty beer with its refreshing taste is produced every spring.
#9 Radeberger Pils (golden) - $5
Full-bodied, lean, and malty with a hoppy, slightly sweet fruity flavor.
#10 Franziskaner Weisse (amber) - $5
A tart and fruity blend with hints of zesty wheat flavor
#11 Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Märzen (smoked beer) (Reddish / brown) - 16.9 oz / $10.5
Smokey with a malty backbone. (Don’t let the name fool you, you don’t actually smoke this.)
#12 König Pilsener (golden) - $5
Medium bodied with a crisp, malty palate, and a slightly restrained bitterness.
#13 Peroni Nastro Azzuro (honey) - $5
All we know is that it’s from a famous Italian brewing company founded in 1846 - Go Peroni!
#14 Birra Moretti (amber) - $5
Smooth, light-bodied brew with hints of faint raw honey and grain husk flavors—a bit creamy.
#15 Stiegl Pilsner (honey)- 16.9 oz / $5
A fine, lively type of beer with a bouquet produced by premium quality Saaz hops to stimulate the senses - that's Stiegl Pils!
#16 Stiegl Weizen (blonde) - 16.9 oz / $5.5
A hefeweizen that is hazy apricot in color. Bubbly with lemon and clove flavors.
#17 Gosser Lager (light brown) - $5
The bottom fermented, light colored lager beer has a mild aroma of malt and a refreshingly dry flavor.
#18 Samichlaus (reddish / brown) - $9.5
Often reffered to as Sami, this beer is known as the strongest bottom-fermented lager in the world. It has a complex and creamy warming finish. (Brewed by Santa’s brewmaster cousin.)
Czech & Slovak
#19 Czechvar Lager (blonde) - $5
Some say this was the original Budweiser recipe until they butchered it. Also, this beer is known as Budvar in the Czech Republic but was later changed to avoid a lawsuit.
#20 Pilsner Urquell (golden) - $5
The first ever Pilsner Urquell, its flavor is guaranteed by the same recipe dating from 1842. (It’s Urquell not Urkel.)
#21 Belhaven Scottish Ale (reddish / brown) - $5
Strong aroma of clean malts, caramel, and a touch of peat. This beer has a sweet balanced toffee flavor with hops in the finish.
#22 Harvistouns Old Engine Oil (DARK BROWN) - $7
Wickedly smooth chocolate dominates the flavor, which is nicely balanced by the bitterness of the hops. Winner of the ‘Winter 2000’ Tesco Beer Challenge.
#23 Carnegie Porter (deep brown) - 16.9 oz / $11
A Swedish beer classic, this beer features very rich flavors including strong roasted tones of chocolate character and lots of hop bitterness.
#24 Belzebuth (amber) - 8 oz / $8
The dark amber colored Belzebuth offers an intense alcohol flavor with a strong supporting maltiness.
#25 Grolsch (golden) - $4
Smooth, almost buttery feel with a moderate body. Grassy, grainy, and a tad veggie/herbal.
#26 Heineken (golden) - $4
The world's most popular pale lager. Their huge factory in Amsterdam is worth a visit.
#27 Amstel Light (honey) - $4
Light bodied with a thin malt palate. Crisp and grainy.
#28 Chimay White (Triple) (amber / golden) - $8 - Fruity notes of muscat and raisins complements the touch of bitterness. This top fermented Trappist beer, refermented in the bottle, is not pasteurized.
#29 Chimay Red (golden) -$9
Coppery colour with a creamy head. This beer has a light, fruity apricot aroma.
#30 Chimay Blue (blonde) - $10
Fragrance of fresh yeast with a light, flowery rosy touch while revealing a light but pleasant hint of roasted malt.
#31 La Chouffe (goldon)- 25 oz / $15
A golden ale with a strong, spicy, and lightly hoppy taste.
#32 Mc Chouffe (dark brown) - 25 oz / $15
This beer should be on everyones value menu. It's very refreshing, especially for a strong dark beer. Good carbonation with a great color.
#33 Duvel (amber) - $7
Fruity dry aroma with a thirst quenching, hoppy aroma.
#34 Hoegaarden (golden) - $5
Unique and refreshing with flavors of coriander and orange peel.
#35 Delirium Tremens (blonde) - $8
A light and creamy head with fruity notes and hints of cherry.
#36 Affligem Triple (honey) - 25 oz / $14
The king of the abbey beers with a deep head and a complex, full bodied flavor.
#37 St. Bernardus Abt12 (walnut brown) - $11
A dark ivory beer with a very fruity flavor. Buy a few and carry it around your neck in a small wooden cask.
#38 Orval (orange) - $11
Sunset-orange color with a fruity and slightly acidic bouquet.
#39 Timmermans Framboise (red / amber) - $10
This raspberry lambic has a delicate flavor of raspberries and a sparkling clean natural taste.
#40 Timmermans Strawberry (strawberry red) - $10
This strawberry lambic has a sparkling, smooth, and dry finish.
#41 Hobgoblin Extra Strong Ale (dark red) - 16 oz / $9
A full-bodied ale with a dark ruby color. It has a strong roasted malt flavor and a slight fruity character.
#42 Fullers ESB (red / amber) - $5
This extra special bitter was first brewed in 1971. This medium bodied ale is red-amber in color and has a strong hop presence.
#43 ScareCrow Organic Ale (golden) - 16 oz / $5
Brewed using a unique blend of organically grown barley-malt, this beer has a citrus aroma, malt flavor, and is rounded off with a spicy bittersweet finish.
#44 Youngs Double Chocolate Stout (dark brown) - 14.9 oz / $5
Dark stout that has a distinctive chocolate flavor with a smooth and velvety finish.
#45 Youngs & Wells Banana Bread Ale (amber) - $5
This dark golden colored ale has a malty aroma and is complemented by the flavor of banana.
#46 St. Peters English Ale (golden) - 16 oz / $9
Brewed with light malted barley from Scotland and organic 'Target' hops, this beer is a refreshingly wholesome flavored ale.
#47 Black Sheep Riggwelter (chesnut brown) - $8.5 A strong deep chestnut brown beer with an aroma of freshly roasted coffee, bananas and liquorices.
#48 Old Suffolk Vintage Ale (brown ale) - $9
A roasted malt flavor with wood notes of an oak aged ale, this beer has a light, fruity side.
#49 Cooper’s Australian Stout (dark brown) - $5
Now here’s a beer with a punch! Its unique rich, dark texture comes from specially roasted black malt.
#50 Hitachino Nest Red Rice (red) - $9
This red rice ale has a complex taste and beautiful natural color.
#51 Hitachino Nest White Ale (blonde) - $8.5
Brewed in the tradition of a Belgian style white beer with coriander, nutmeg, orange peel, and orange juice.
#52 Hitachino Nest Ginger Ale (amber) - $9
An intriguing mix of ginger, malt-sweetness, and citrus like aromas and flavors.
#53 Hue (golden) - $5
Made by the Hue Brewery, this pale lager has a golden color with a light head, rice aroma, and a dry finish.
#54 Red Stripe (amber) - $5
Despite being first brewed as an ale, the recipe for this beer was changed in 1938 into the lager we now know today.
#55 Unibroue la Fin du Monde (honey) - $6
Smooth, slightly tart with the balanced flavors of wild spices, malt, and hops. This brew belongs to the class of great Trappist beers.
#56 Unibroue Maudite (Mahogany) - $6
A mahogany-colored, rich-tasting red ale with a distinctive, complex taste and subtle hints of coriander, light spices and hops.
#57 Unibroue Blanchede Champblay (blonde) - 29 OZ / $13
This beer has great flavor and a dry finish.
#58 through #63 - $3.5 each
Miller High Life
#64 through #67 - $2 each
Pabst Blue Ribbon (can)
#68 Anchor Steam (golden) - $5
Amber color, thick creamy head, and rich flavor.
#69 Anchor Steam Old Fog Horn Barley Wine (dark gold) - $5
High in alcohol and slightly sweet, this wine has a pleasant hop bitterness and a unique
#70 Sierra nevada Pale Ale (honey) - $4
Creamy smooth with a soft malt crispness and a bready malt flavor.
#71 Sierra Nevada Seasonal (amber) - $MV
Every Season Sierra comes out with a new seasonal beer, try it, you can do no wrong.
#72 Stone IPA (golden) - $5
Medium malt character, high alcohol content, and dry hop bitterness throughout makes this beer great for hop lovers.
#73 Stone Special Presentation - $MV
Ask us about what super secret stone project beer we can offer you.
#74 Lagunitas Censored (amber) - $4
An amber ale with nice floral notes and a light medium body.
#75 Rogue Dead Guy Ale (honey) - 22 oz / $11
A German-style Maibock that is deep honey in color with a malty aroma.
#76 Humboldt Red Nectar (copper) - $5
Reddish copper color ale with sweet malty notes with a delicate floral/spicy aroma.
#77 Abita Turbo Dog (dark brown) - $5
A dark brown ale brewed with Willamette hops and a combination of British pale, crystal, and chocolate malts giving it a sweet chocolate-toffee like flavor.
#78 Sea Dog Apricot Wheat Ale (blonde) - $5
This nutty wheat ale combines with the delightful aromatics and a subtle flavor of apricot.
#79 Lost Abbey Red Barn (golden) - 25 oz / $15
Pours a lightly hazed golden color with a thick and dense foam and a touch of spice.
#80 Green Flash Double Stout (dark) - $6
Chocolate malt and roasted barley provide the deep color and full body of this stout.
#81 Port Wipe Out IPA (copper) - 22 oz / $8
Very intense hoppy beer with a beautiful copper hue and a citrus hop aroma.
#82 Moylan’s Kiltlifter Scottish Ale (copper) - 22 oz / $9
This ale is extremely smooth and has a perfect balance of flavor and finish.
#83 Pliny The Elder Imperial IPA (amber) - $MV (not always available)
The highest rated beer on beeradvocate.com. A+ rating. This beer is very drinkable and should be savored. Best experienced at various temperatures as the flavor characteristics change with the temperature of the room.
#85 He’Brew Genesis Ale (deep amber)- $5
This beer boasts a deep amber color that is perfectly clear and stunningly bright when held to light. It has a malty and creamy aroma with a hint of hops.
#86 Scrimshaw Pils (blonde) - $5
The aroma is basic pilsner with a lot of lighter malts and some perfume notes from the hops.
#87 Allagash Hugh Malone (copper) - 750 ml / $18
With an immediate flavor of grapefruit, this beer also has a peppery flair, notes of grass and pine, and lots of hop character.
#88 Firestone Double Barrel Ale (dark golden) - $5
The Double Barrel Ale is not overpowering, has a faint sour flavor, and would make a fantastic session beer.
#89 Napa Smith Organic IPA (brown) - $5
With a hoppy and malty finish, this well-balanced beer almost tastes like unsweetened ice tea.
#90 Blue Moon (blonde) - $4
This belgian-style white beer has flavors of wheat bread dough and orange with a clean finish.
#91 Speakeasy Big Daddy IPA (honey) - $5
This beer does not even give you a chance to get ready or recover. Some might say, “out of balance” but hop heads might say, “just enough”.
#92 Moose Drool (brown ale) - $5
This is a solid brown ale. (Brewed from carefully selected Canadian moose).
#93 Deschutes Seasonal Brew - $MV
The seasons change and so do these brews. Ask for our freshest offering on deck.
#94 Deschutes Reserve Series - 22 0z / $MV
Super secret, super special. Very rare.
#95 Black Butte Porter (dark brown) - $5
Oh baby! There are good porters and then there are great porters ... this one goes down as a great one, no doubt!
#96 Anderson Valley Boont Amber (amber) - $5
Probably one of the greatest amber beers in the world. The malt character is perfect.
#97 Anderson Valley Oatmeal Stout (dark brown) - $5
This is an awesome stout with a long roasted finish.
#98 Anderson Valley ESB (deep gold) - $5
Deep gold in color with a spicy hot aroma. Starts with a big, malty backbone and finishes with a refreshingly bitter bite.
#99 Bohemia (blonde) - $4
Clean palate with a thin maltiness that holds on to a sweet graininess. Hops are not there just for the bitterness.
#100 Dos Equis Amber (Golden) - $4
The most interesting beer in the world.
#101 Corona Extra (honey) - $4
This is the #1 imported beer in the US.
#102 Chupacabras Pale Ale (amber) - 22 oz / $7
A dark pale ale with lots of hop bitterness and a good amount of malt flavor.