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Beer on Tap
As of December 9th, 2019
Miller Lite (WI)
Adjunct Lager ~ 4.2 % ABV ~ $3.50 Pint
Spotted Cow – New Glarus (WI)
Wisconsin Staple ~ 4.8 % ABV ~ $4.75 Pint
Blue Moon Belgian White (CO)
Orange Included ~ 5.4 % ABV ~ $4.75 Pint
Fat Tire – New Belgium (CO)
Amber Ale ~ 5.2 % ABV ~ $4.75 Pint
Mudpuppy Porter – Central Waters (WI)
American Porter ~ 5.8 % ABV~ $5.25 Pint
A robust, yet suprisingly refreshing porter, Mud Puppy is a favorite of dark beer lovers. Characterized by a thick, rocky head and luscious chocolate-like nose, the malty profile is balanced by liberal hopping for its style. ... Taste is chocolate and light brown sugar, moving to strong roast and light coffee notes.
Extremely Unsettled – Central Waters (WI)
Double NE IPA ~ 8.9 % ABV~ $6.00 Goblet
Ever felt like something is just...off? So have we, and we know why! Although usually clear, we have manipulated the malt, wheat, and insane amount of hops in a way that creates a purposely hazy beer.
Zombie Dust – Three Floyds (IN)
Pale Ale ~ 6.2 % ABV ~ $7.00 Pint
This intensely hopped and gushing undead Pale Ale will be one’s only respite after the zombie apocalypse. Created with our marvelous friends in the comic industry.
European Vacay – Working Draft (MAD)
Munich Dunkel ~ 5.3 % ABV ~ $6.00 Pint
For the 3rd chapter of our Munich Dunkel, we relied entirely on Tettnang hops utilized earlier in the boil for less vegetal character & a smoother bitterness, creating a more traditional German-Lager. German Pilsner, Dark Munich & Caramunich malts create a rich nutty/bready base. Sinamar (black malt extract) added during lagering adds color with minimal roast character.
Sproose – Black Husky (MKE)
Spruced IIPA ~ 8.6 % ABV ~ $6.00 Goblet
“Reminiscent of the essence of pine wafting in the breeze as you stroll through the forest on a cool, crisp winter’s evening…” What? Really? Lothar (“The Biter”) would sooner, well bite you, then listen to you extol the virtues of the pine forest. This Black Husky innovation is not so subtle – and it’s not meant to be. Brewed with locally harvested spruce tips and tracking in at 103 IBUs this aggressive double IPA won’t leave you wondering if you caught a whiff of pine; rather you’ll know you bulldozed through the forest and came out on the other side – the dark side – the Black Husky side.
Hibiscus Juniper –Hidden Cave (MAD)
Madison Local Cider ~ 6.8% ABV ~ $6.00 Goblet
A refreshing drink that blurs the line between craft cider and high-end cocktail. The hibiscus flower lends a fruity quality and a reddish pink hue. Juniper berries are muddled to release a green-fresh finish.
Rose Hip Rosemary – Hidden Cave (MAD)
Madison Local Cider ~ 7.0 % ABV ~ $6.00 Goblet
This off-dry cider is given a tart apple flavor from the rose hips (the fruit of a rose) which is balanced by the piney aroma of the rosemary. Sweetened with local Wisconsin honey.
La Petite Cafe – Central State (IN)
Coffee Sour ~ 3.5 % ABV ~ $7.00 Goblet
We never pass up the opportunity to feature coffee from our Chicago friends at Dark Matter. This time, we created a sour base to complement an experimental batch of their Catuai coffee fermented with Oenococcus oneii bacteria traditionally used in red wine production.
Acres Edge – Third Space (MKE)
Toasted Oatmeal Stout ~ 5.7 % ABV ~ $6.00 Pint
The addition of oats to the mash gives Acres Edge a distinctive creamy body with a touch of sweetness. Named for a favorite campsite at our first “third space,” this oatmeal stout is brewed with special crystal oat malt for a toasty, nutty flavor and rich, roasted character. As you savor Acres Edge, you’ll discover hints of espresso coffee and dark chocolate.
Coconut Porter – City Lights (WI)
American Porter ~ 5.3 % ABV~ $5.25 Pint
This Coconut Porter’s bright, pleasing malt character is cradled in a soft, cushiony and smooth mouthfeel that easily glides down the throat with each swallow. Lip-smacking hints of coffee and chocolate readily move across the tongue as the dark body gives up its aromatic coconut roastedness. Northern Brewer and Willamette hops provide a mellow treat. Most fully enjoyed slowly from a City Lights goblet glass which allows the emerging and progressive nutty aspect of this coconut porter to take
center-stage at mid-palate.