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Beer on Tap
As of February 17th, 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
Porter – Founders (MI)
Robust Porter ~ 6.5 % ABV ~ $6.00 Pint
Pours silky black with a creamy tan head. The nose is sweet with strong chocolate and caramel malt presence. No absence of hops gives Founders’ robust porter the full flavor you deserve and expect. Cozy like velvet. It’s a lover, not a fighter.
Raspberry Sour IPA – Untitled Art(WI)
Drekker Collab ~ 7.0 % ABV ~ $6.00 Goblet
Nothing on the Internet yet. Enjoy this Beer Advocate Review: Poured out a clear, reddish orange color with a small, white head. As I emptied the can, there were lots of floaties. It smelled of raspberry, vanilla, cream and lemon. Tart raspberry taste with a hint of sweetness. Vanilla is present, too.
Fresh Haze – Deschutes (OR)
Juice Bomb! ~ 6.5 % ABV ~ $4.75 Goblet
Introducing Fresh Haze IPA, our newest IPA is hazy with a chance of obsession. The flavor explodes in your mouth with notes of orange citrus sweetness and a soft malt body. Carrying both citrus and tropical fruit from Mandarina, Amarillo and Simcoe hops…OJ for days.
Griswold: Cousin Eddie – O’so (WI)
Black NEIPA ~ 5.0 % ABV ~ $5.25 Pint
The most eclectic brew of the series, Cousin Eddie takes inspiration from its namesake as the black sheep of the family. This black NEIPA is saturated with hop derived herbaceous juice from large dry hop additions of Amarillo and Chinook in the fermenter. London III, flaked oats, and chloride heavy water play to the soft mouth feel which simultaneously boosts malt and juicy hop aroma. A modicum of midnight wheat yields a black aromatic brew evoking dissonance between the senses. Is it a stout?
Is it hazy? Yes, but no.
It’s Cousin Eddie and that’s all you really need to know.
Up is Up – Working Draft (WI)
Barrel Aged Dark Mild ~ 10.7 % ABV ~ $6.00 Goblet
We’re big fans of our English Mild, Up is Down, & thought it would taste great as a barrel aged beer. The problem is, low ABV beers typically don’t age well. So we decided to beef it up to survive the 6 months it spent in bourbon barrels from our good friends at J. Henry & Sons Bourbon. Notes of pipe tobacco, raisin & creme brulee makes this sipper complex & enjoyable.
Don’t Get Cherried Away
Brewing Projekt (WI)
Imperial Cherry Stout ~ 12.0 % ABV ~ $7.00 Goblet
Chocolate. Cherry. Chocolate covered cherry. Cherry up front, than more chocolate, and than a little more chocolate. Nothing on the internet, so we tapped it to try it. So much cherry. Even more Chocolate. Clocking in at 12% this is a serious sipper. So good. So thick. Thiccccc
Grapefruit Rose – Deschutes (OR)
Draft Only Kettle Sour ~ 4.3 % ABV ~ $4.75 Goblet
Taste notes of ruby red grapefruit, fresh cut flowers, and lemon with a hint of tartness! As part of our sour series for 2018, this draft only tart brew offers a refreshing flavor with hints of citrus. On the nose and palate, you’ll get notes of grapefruit and lemon blended with fresh roses.
Unshadowed – Ale Asylum (WI)
German Hefeweizen ~ 6.0 % ABV ~ $4.75 Pint
Vibrant as a summer sun and über refreshing, this classic German Hefeweizen is soft on the palate with an effervescent finish. Walk towards the light.
The tasty, tasty light.
Northern Hemisphere – Sierra Nevada (CA)
Original Wet Hop ~ 6.7 % ABV ~ $6.00 Pint
Northern Hemisphere was the first wet hop ale and it inspired the wet hop craze in America. Wet—undried—hops go straight from the fields into our kettles within 24 hours. Because hops are incredibly perishable, using hops wet preserves all of the precious oils and resins for a unique drinking experience as evidenced by the intense herbal green flavors and citrus-like and floral aromas.
Hell – Surly (MN)
Light Lager ~ 5.0 % ABV ~ $4.75 Pint
Dorit Ansari is from Germany. Omar Ansari is her son. He has a brewery. She wanted a beer that reminded her of home. This is that beer. Hell is a pale-gold lager not unlike the zwickelbiers popular in Dorit’s hometown of Bremen. It’s not filtered and it’s brewed with lager yeast. You can expect bready malt aromas and flavors, floral hops, and a balanced finish. BTW: The name is a reference to the German word for “light”, not Satan’s nefarious kingdom, so you don’t have to sell your soul for another.