On TapUpdated On: 09/03/2014
Allagash Bourbon Black
Allagash Black, a Belgian style stout, is brewed with German 2 row barley, Torrified wheat and oats, balanced by a large addition of Belgian dark candi to give the Black a full and silky mouthfeel. Roasted malts give this stout its classic chocolate, toast and malty taste, and contribute to chocolate notes and a hint of roasted coffee in the aroma. The Black is fermented with a Belgian yeast strain. THEN they age it for 10 months in bourbon barrels which adds notes of vanilla, oak and bourbon. ABV: 9.5%
MAINE - 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. Overall, it is a beer that is very drinkable and smooth any time of the year.
BELGIUM - Yep, you red the correctly...Chimay Red is now available on draft. I have not tasted this on draft yet, but expect nothing less than stellar beer from this Trappist Monastery. This is a Double with the requisite malty notes, but with an herbally/spicy finish.
Chimay Triple ( aka Cinq Cent )
BELGIUM - Rich, spicy blonde triple, dry herbaceous finish. Brewed on the grounds of a Trappist Monastary (in the Ardennes Mtns). The hoppiest of their three offerings. Since 1862 the Cistercian Trappist monks of Chimay have been developing the production of Trappist beers (and cheeses!).
BELGIUM - A triple in style. The young drinkers just love the pink elephant logo
Deschutes Black Butte Porter
OREGON - multi-award winning porter from this amazing brewery. Roasty, chocolate notes in the body. Crisp, bitter finish. Yummy! 5.7%abv
Until now the renowned Belgian brand from Duvel Moortgat was only available as a triple fermented bottled beer, (twice at the brewery & once in the bottle). Duvel Green is fermented once to give a younger, lighter tasting version of the cult classic bottled Duvel. After brewing and first fermentation - which takes about 30 days - this beer is called "single-fermented." Typical Duvel flavors and aromas are already emerging, but the beer is lower in alcohol and carbonation, and the taste is slightly lighter and crisper. Duvel traditionally cold-filtered and bottled a small portion of this beer for sale, but only at the brewery. The beer was labeled with a green label, as the nickname 'kleine' Duvel (or 'Green' Duvel) was used to describe the beer taken at a young stage of the brewing proc
(Spiced Golden Ale) Brewed in the Ardennes Mountains by the whacky Chris Bauweraerts. This is a strong, golden ale with a healthy addition of coriander, unfiltered and not pasteurized. Fruit in the nose. Medium body. Really good year-round ale.
Lost Abbey Devotion
CALIFORNIA - Originally brewers for Monk's Café's 10th Anniversary. This is now a year round beer for them. This was inspired by Tomme & Tom sharing a bottle of Westvleteren Blonde at Monk's. We loved the low-ish alcohol and fresh hop character. Tomme did a great job capturing the spirit of that beer.
Monk's Cafe Flemish Sour Ale
BELGIUM - That's right, our own private label brewed for us by the family-owned Van Steenberge brewery, just outside Ghent, Belgium. Medium body, red color, somewhat fruity nose, malt flavor with a slight lactic taste. Great Stuff! A real thirst quencher and palate cleanser.
Petrus Aged Pale Ale
BELGIUM - This is a staff favorite in bottle. This beer is aged 18 months in oak barrels, which provides the sour note this beer exhibits. Kegs of this are a real treat. Both refreshing and bracing.
Pizza Boy Rye Beer Sucks!
PENNSYLVANIA - Tejrry was never a fan of beers made with rye, so he created this splended Rye IPA. This seriously does not suck! 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 - blonde ale influenced by Duvel. Great aromas of banana and pear. Medium body with flavors of pale roasted malt and spice from the hops. hops in the finish give it a crisp, dry finish.
Sierra/RRBC Yvan The Great
CALIFORNIA - Homage to Yvan de Baets of de la Senne. Aggressively hopped Belgian-style pale ale 6.3%abv
St. Bernardus ABT 12
BELGIUM- Can you say malt? I thought you could. Quadrupel. Full body. Raisins, chocolate, dates and all sorts of wonderful flavors out of this huge beer. This rocks! 10.5%abv
PENNSYLVANIA - One of the finest pilsners in the world and it’s brewed in our back yard. It doesn’t get any better or fresher than this. Light body, floral aromas from the hops. Delicate balance of malt and hops. 4.7% abv
Pierre Tilquin opened his Gueuzerie two years ago. 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.
BELGIUM - Traditional Belgian Tripel that is a tad drier in the finish than is Chimay. This is Keith's, one of our chefs, favorite beer.
Vicaris Philly Tripel
BELGIUM - ) this year’s Philly Beer Week Belgium collaboration. Justin Low of Dock Street brought some Philly honey to add to the Vicaris Tripel. Aromas has a lot of honey, finishes with a hint of honey, but all that sweetness was fermented out. 8.5%abv
Coming Soon...Pizza Boy Citra Pils
PENNSYLVANIA- The citra hops really make this beer "pop". It is unlike the elegant, noble Saaz hops traditionally used for pilsners. This is a crassly Amercian interpretation of a pilsner. I really like this beer. It's very refreshing and easy to drink.
Russian River Pliny the Elder
CALIFORNIA - Beer 8%abv