Classic Bavarian wheat beer: appealing, fruity & thirst-quenching; clove & spice character from traditional Bavarian weissebeer yeast. Unfiltered; huge rocky head.
Flavors of roasted malt, toffee, and spice; full body; long aromatic finish.
Trappist Tripel Ale
Elegant, deep flavor nuances in rich layers with sprightly hops and full body. The first Belgian tripel and still the classic, first brewed in the 1934. Westmalle Abby est. 1794.
Informally called Stella, it is a pilsner beer brewed in Leuven, Belgium, since 1926.
Gulden Draak (Golden Dragon)
Hailing from Belgium this Abbey Dunkel style boch hoists molasses, and caramel flavors, while maintaining a nice body and floral nose.
Herbal, rich flavor and character; taste of figs & earth; refined spiciness in the aroma. Finishes with a bit of caramel.
Dark brown in color. Roasted malt character is caramel like and chocolate like, smooth and not bitter.
Nut Brown Ale
Inviting, dry ale that gets a hint of hazelnut flavor from judicious additions of dark malt.
Organic Chocolate Stout
Full body; roasted barley flavor; fruity notes from the Samuel Smith yeast strain support lush chocolate aroma, taste & finish.
Deep black color; rich, deep flavors of chocolate, roasted barley, and ale fruitiness with hop bitterness in balance: a big yet still elegant ale with a beautiful, long finish.
Very dark, fairly full in body & packed w/ flavor. Intense, dry tangy character of roasted barley.
A medium-bodied English pale ale golden in color, distinctive creamy head, smooth body and easy drinking character. It has a creamy, malty and slightly sweet flavor and features a clean, pleasant aftertaste.
Malty and fruity with a fresh flowery flavor complemented by aromatic hops, slightly bittersweet with a distinct citrus hop taste.
Kronenbourg Brewery Strasbourg, France