RESERVE BOTTLE BEER LIST BEER INDEX

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RESERVE BOTTLE BEER LIST

BEER INDEX

WINTER ALES (page 1)

HAANDBRYGGERIET NISSEFAR 500ml ... 19

HAANDBRYGGERIET BESTEFAR 500ml ... ... 21

AMAGER JULEBRYG VINTAGE 500ml ... ... 16

TRAPPIST (page 1–2) WESTMALLE DUBBEL 330ml ... 12

WESTMALLE TRIPEL 330ml ... 12

CHIMAY TRIPEL (WHITE) 330ml ... 11

CHIMAY PREMIERE (RED) 330ml ... 11

CHIMAY PREMIERE (BLUE) 330ml ... 11

ROCHEFORT TRAPPISTES 6 330ml ... 12

ROCHEFORT TRAPPISTES 8 330ml ... 12

ROCHEFORT TRAPPISTES 10 330ml ... 16

ORVAL TRAPPISTES 330ml ... 12

SOUR (page 2-3) RODENBACH SOUR RED ALE330ML ... 6

SOBREHUMANO PALENA ‘OLE 750ml ... 40

CUVEE JACOBINS ROUGE 330ml ... 12

JOLLY PUMPKIN BIERE DE MARS 750ml ... 30

PANIL RAPHAEL 750ML ... 40

JOLLY PUMPKIN MARACAIBO 750ML ... 30

JOLLY PUMPKIN CALABAZA BLANCA 750ML ... 28

CASCADE BREWING NOYAUX 750ML ... 72

LAMBIC (page 3-4) BOON KRIEK 750ML ... 28 BOON FRAMBOISE 750ML ... 28 CUVÉE DE RANKE 750ML ... 35 MIKKELLER SPONTANMANDARIN 375ML ... 29 LINDEMANS FARO 355ML ... 14 LINDEMANS POMME 355ML ... 14 LINDEMANS FRAMBOISE 355ML ... 14 MEAD (page 4) B. NEKTAR NECROMANGOCON 500ml ... 19 SAISON (page 4) CROOKED STAVE VIEILLE ARTISANA 375ml ... 17

FANTOME SAISON 750ml ... 31

GRASSROOTS ARCTIC SOIREE 750ML ... 30

FANTOME BOO! 750ML ... 30

WHEAT (page 5) HOEGAARDEN 330ML ... 6

BLANCHE DE BRUXELLES 330ML ... 7

PALE ALE (page 5) RISING SUN PALE ALE 355ml ... 14

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BLONDE TRIPELS AND STRONG (page 6-7)

LEFFE BLONDE 330ML ... 7

LEFFE BRUIN 330ML ... 7

AFFLIGEM BLONDE 330ML ... 6

SEEF BIER 330ML ... 9

CARACOLE SAXO BLONDE 330ml ... 9

DUVEL 330ML ... 9

DUVEL TRIPEL HOP 330ML ... 9

DELERIUM TREMENS 330ML ... 11

ROBINSON’S OLD TOM WITH CHOCOLATE 330ml ... 10

DIEU DU CIEL ROUTE DES EPICES 330ml ... 9

BEER HERE NORDIC RYE 500ML ... 22

TRIPORTEUR FROM HELL 330ml ... 12

OAK AGED STRONG (page 7) ALVINNE CUVEE DE’RPIGNY 375ml ... 27

ALVINNE CUVEE DE MONTAGNE 500ml ... 27

HEL & VERDOEMENIS (BOURBON AGED) 330ml ... 19

THE BRUERY SUCRE (BOURBON AGED) 750ml ... 66

PORTER & STOUT (page 8) YOUNGS DOUBLE CHOCOLATE STOUT 440ML ... 6

HAANDBRYGGERIET COFFEE PORTER 500ml ... 21

BEER HERE HARWOOD 500ml ... 24

8 WIRED BATCH 31 500ml ... 30

NØGNE Ø DARK HORIZON 330ml ... 25

BARLEY WINE (page 8) MIKKELLER BIG WORSTER 375ml ... 27

MIKKELLER BIG WORSE RED WINE 375ml ... 27

ADNAMS TALLY HO 330ML ... 8 CIDERS, PERRIES LISTED ON REGULAR MENU

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WINTER ALES

HAANDBRYGGERIET NISSEFAR 500ML

NORWEGIAN ...

19

7% ABV, Nissefar (AKA Father Christmas) is Haand’s big Christmas beer. The mash tun is packed to its limits with tons of yummy special malts. It’s complex, packed with the tastes and smells of Christmas, like chocolate, caramel and raisins. Nissefar is only brewed for Christmas.

From the brewer:“We make x-mas beers beers with the good old traditional flavour from the days when the old farm breweries made dark, hearty, earthy beers with lots of x-masy flavours. We make living beer, not pasteurized nor filtered”

HAANDBRYGGERIET BESTEFAR 500ML

NORWEGIAN ...

21

9% ABV, This is a strong hearty festival beer for those good relaxing moments when you are cuddling up in front of a roaring fire feeling the warmth from both beer and flames. r’ is the Norwegian word for Grandfather. In this case, it refers to the Father of Father Christmas, or ‘Nissefar’ as he is known in Norway. Bestefar is the perfect companion for a cold winter night, spent contemplatively in front of a fire or for those fireside moments that are a bit more ‘festive’. It is complex, a little bit wild…and it might just be the best by far!

From the brewer: “Belgian strong ale with the good old taste from when all the farms used to brew their own beer. A dark strong ale, well balanced and full of malty and fruity flavors. We make living beer, not pasteurized nor filtered.”

AMAGER JULEBRYG VINTAGE 500ml ... 16

8% ABV, ? IBU, DANISH, Pours a hazy brownish red. Palate has a coffee-like bitterness with notes of caramel and spice. Creamy mouthfeel with a finish that is fairly dry.

TRAPPIST

In 1997, eight Trappist abbeys founded the International Trappist Association (ITA) to prevent commercial companies from abusing the Trappist name. The criteria for being labeled as such are the following:

 The beer must be brewed within the walls of a Trappist monastery, either by the monks themselves or under their supervision.

 The brewery must be of secondary importance within the monastery

and it should witness to the business practices proper to a monastic way of life.

 The brewery is not intended to be a profit-making venture.

The income covers the living expenses of the monks and the maintenance of the buildings and grounds. Whatever remains is donated to charity for social work and to help persons in need.

 Trappist breweries are constantly monitored to assure the irreproachable quality of their beers.

 This association has a legal standing, and its logo gives the consumer information and guarantees about the product.

Currently there are eight monasteries actively producing beer, six of which are from Belgium: Achel, Chimay, Orval, Rochefort, Westvleteren, and Westmalle

One is from the Netherlands (La Trappe) and the other (Stift Engelszell) from Austria.

WESTMALLE DUBBEL 330ml ... 12

7% ABV, 28IBU, BELGIAN, reddish brown, malty and fruit, featuring a 3 week secondary fermentation.

WESTMALLE TRIPEL 330ml ... 12

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TRAPPIST CONT.

CHIMAY PREMIERE (RED) 330ml ... 11

7% ABV, 28 IBU, BELGIAN, coppery color with a creamy head, it gives off a light, fruity apricot aroma, harmoniously balanced malt and hop balance out the original Chimay.

CHIMAY GRAND RESERVE (BLUE) 330ml ... 33

9% ABV, 30 IBU, BELGIAN, This is a beer whose fragrance of fresh yeast with a light, flowery rosy touch is especially pleasant. Its flavor, noticed when tasting it, only accentuates the pleasant sensations perceived in the aroma, while revealing a light but pleasant touch of roasted malt.

ROCHEFORT TRAPPISTES 6 330ml ... 12

7.5% ABV, BELGIAN, Reddish-brown colour, with a fruity and slightly herbal aroma and palate and a finish dominated by rich malt, a pleasing hint of chocolate (in keeping with the traditions of the town of Rochefort!) and gentle hop notes.

ROCHEFORT TRAPPISTES 8 330ml ... 12

9.2% ABV, 22IBU, BELGIAN, dark copper color, complex and full bodied with a warming alcohol finish.

ROCHEFORT TRAPPISTES 10 330ml ... 16

11.3% ABV, 27IBU, BELGIAN, flavor of fig and raisins, a touch of anise and delightful alcohol warmth.

ORVAL TRAPPISTES 330ml ... 12

6.2% ABV, 32IBU, BELGIAN, In contrast to all the others, the Orval Trappist brewery makes only one beer for the general public. It has an intensely aromatic and dry character. Between the first and second fermentations there is also an additional dry-hopping process. Through this the beer acquires its pronounced hoppy aroma and extra dry taste.

SOUR

Sour beers are the result of fermentation by wild yeast, from either pitching a cultured yeast strain, or allowing wild yeast to ferment spontaneously. A myriad of sour ale styles are now being explored, from barrel aged Flanders Red Ales, to thirst quenching American Wild Ales. This is one of the most exciting new areas of craft beer being developed today.

RODENBACH FLEMISH SOUR RED ALE

330ML

BELGIAN

... 6

6% ABV, blend of 75% young beer and 25% of beer aged 2 years in large oak vats. The more important proportion of oak matured beer contributes to its fruity taste, complexity and intensity. The finish is worthy of a great wine. Refreshing tart cherry flavor is trademark to this benchmark Flanders red.

CUVEE JACOBINS ROUGE 330ml ... 12

5.5% ABV, 10 IBU, BELGIAN, unblended old lambic, aged for 18 months or more. It has a robust character but is beautiful and sophisticated with a full body and overtones of vanilla, dried cherry, stone fruit and cocoa.

SOBREHUMANO PALENA ‘OLE 750ml ... 40

6% ABV, 24 IBU, AMERICAN, red ale brewed with liliko’i and Michigan cherries. Brewers Ron Jeffries (Jolly Pumpkin) and John Walsh (Maui Brewing) spent time in each other’s breweries to craft this ale. Both versions of Sobrehumano Palena ‘Ole were introduced at SAVOR, an annual craft beer and food exposition, held in Washington DC each June. This version is an open-fermented, barrel aged and bottle conditioned sour ale, using naturally occurring wild yeasts. Approximately 850 cases produced.

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SOUR CONT.

JOLLY PUMPKIN BIERE DE MARS 750ml ... 30

7% ABV, 20 IBU, AMERICAN, Farmhouse ale. A sustaining beer that is brewed to comfort in the gusty ides of March and welcome in a wealth of warmer weather. Lots of brewers use oak barrels to age their beers these days, but Jolly Pumpkin actually ferments in the wood, and the result is beer of extraordinary complexity and earthiness. Despite the risks of fermenting in oak, however, these beers are nicely balanced and drinkable, and don’t seem to suffer from the oxidation and off-flavors so common in aged beer. Jolly Pumpkin ales lean toward a subtle but pleasant lactic sourness that fits perfectly with the wild yeast flavors derived from the wood.

PANIL RAPHAEL 750ML

ITALIAN

... 40

6.5% ABV, A spontaneously fermented red ale matured for over a year in oak barrels. Pale red in color, the nose is vinous with delicate floral notes and tropical fruit. On the palate, citrus predominates with hints of wood and leather. The smooth body, extraordinary elegance and cleanliness make this excellent to enjoy alone, before a meal or paired with smoked sausage, blue or goat cheese, shellfish or fruit.

JOLLY PUMPKIN MARACAIBO ESPECIALE 750ML

AMERICAN

... 30

7% ABV, A rich brown ale inspired by the enigmatic monastic brews of Belgium, and the mysterious mist shrouded jungles of the tropics. Brewed with real cacao, and spiced with cinnamon and sweet orange peel for a sensual delight. A brew to be sipped, savored, and enjoyed!

JOLLY PUMPKIN CALABAZA BLANCA 750ML

AMERICAN

... 28

4.8% ABV, Aged in large oak casks and refermented in the bottle. Calabaza blanca is a Belgian Biere Blanche spiced with orange peel and coriander. You’ll find it refreshingly tart with a dry finish.

LAMBIC

Traditional beer brewed in the Pajottenland region of Belgium, near Bruxelle, fermented by leaving the wort exposed to the atmosphere and wild yeast. Fermentation only takes place from October to May in order to reduce contamination. Part of the reason for the complexity of these brews is due to the aging process, which usually includes blending one, two and three year old beers.

BOON KRIEK 750ML

...

28

5% ABV, BELGIAN, Only fresh cherries are used in this brew, which is slightly sweet, with the surprising natural fragrance of sour cherries and almonds, it is a perfect summer beer.

BOON FRAMBOISE 750ML

...

28

5% ABV, ? IBU, BELGIAN, Brewed according to the traditional Lambic style of spontaneous fermentation. Only fresh raspberries (25%) and wild cherries (5%) are used for this beer. Framboise Boon is the missing link between beer and wine and is served chilled in flute glasses. Contains no artificial sweeteners, flavorings, preservatives or coloring agents. Brewed in Lembeek, the village that gave Lambic its name.

CUVÉE DE RANKE 750ML

BELGIAN

... 35

7% ABV, Cuvee is an ale of mixed origin like many Belgian breweries used to make. The production process is nearly the same as for the Kriek, the difference being that no cherries are added. It’s a naturally acidified

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LAMBIC CONT.

MIKKELLER SPONTANMANDARIN 375ML

DANISH

... 29

7.7% ABV, from Mikkeller. As a sour beer in the lambic style, this is excellent. It’s sour, well carbonated, nice and grainy on the finish, and frankly quite delicious, the nose is a little buttery, but plenty sour. Aroma is slightly sour-ish grassy, citrus peel, sorrel, oak, grass, hay, and a nice dry finish.

MEAD

Known as the ancestor of all fermented drinks; it is essentially the result of fermenting a honey and water mixture; although, may also include grain mash which gives it a more “beer-like” flavor. Meads can be flavored with herbs and spices and be sparkling or still and dry to sweet in finish.

B. NEKTAR NECROMANGOCON 500ml ... 19

6% ABV, AMERICAN, brewed with mango and black pepper, sweet base with bursting fruity aroma that is balanced with dank pepper earthiness and spice. Wonderful intro to the exciting world of mead, rated 90 points on Ratebeer.

SAISON

French for season, these “farmhouse” ales were once the drink of choice for farmers in Wallonia, the French speaking region of Belgium, due to their low alcohol content and thirst quenching quality. Once a nearly extinct style of beer, unique renditions of Saisons have been popping up throughout the brewing world over the past few years.

CROOKED STAVE VIEILLE ARTISANA 375ml

...

17

4.2% ABV, 20 IBU, AMERICAN, Vieille meaning “Old” is our artisinal barrel-aged Saison, lightly dry hopped. Each batch release is a diverse blend of Vieille casks that have taken on a soft Brettanomyces character before being lightly dry hopped. Dominated by a floral, citrusy hop character, a subtle herbal note and a tart finish, Vieille’s character exemplifies artisan Saisons.

GRASSROOTS/ANCHORAGE ARCTIC SOIREE 750ML

AMERICAN

... 30

6% ABV, Grassroots Brewing is a subsidiary of Hill Farmstead Brewery, VT. Brewed in collaboration with Anchorage Brewing in Alaska. This farmhouse ale has been aged in oak barrels and finished with brettanomyces. Flavored with lime juice and hibiscus, this saison is fresh, spritzy, and refreshing.

FANTOME BOO! 750ML

BELGIAN

... 30

8% ABV, Fantôme Boo! by Brasserie Fantôme of Belgium is an 8.0%ABV Saison/Farmhouse ale brewed with pumpkins. Right off opening the bottle, there is a distinct pumpkin and vegetable smell like a tomato. Some orange zest, lemons, flowers, pine, grass and wet hay. Flavors are of peach, banana, wine grapes, tamarind, funky tart, biscuit bread, earthy must, sweet caramel, cinnamon, coriander, ginger, sweet orange, pear, old apples, pumpkin bread, pumpkin seeds, squash, mushrooms and like a cilantro or basil after taste. This has some very strange but rather delicious character.

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WHEAT

Wheat although, related to barley, produces a completely different style of beer when added to the mash. Traditional examples are white ales (or witbier), Berliner Weisse, or Hefeweizen. These styles are typically light and cloudy yellow in color and display crisp citrus notes, and a creamier mouthfeel.

HOEGAARDEN 330ML ... 6

4.9% ABV, 13 IBU, BELGIAN, The original wheat beer is the oldest and most famous of Hoegaarden’s range. When poured, it forms a soft, white creamy head and leaves a generous lacing on the glass. Its naturally cloudy, pale hue shimmers when viewed through the glass. With an aroma of orange peel, coriander and spice, its characteristic taste is entirely unique: smooth, light-bodied, and simultaneously sweet and sour, with a subtle, spiced citrus flavor.

BLANCHE DE BRUXELLES 330ML ... 7

7% ABV, 18 IBU, BELGIAN un-filtered light bodied wheat beer infused with bitter orange peel and coriander

PALE ALE

Warm fermentation and mostly pale malt result in a wide range of clear, golden and amber ales. In the U.S. this style of beer is usually heavily hopped. This is not always the case in beer from other parts of the world.

MIKKELLER AH HVAD! 750ML

DANISH

... 30

7% ABV, SAY "OH WHAT" IN DANISH. NOT ORVAL – BUT ÅRH HVAD. Color is Cloudy amber and has a white head. Belgian pale ale with a mellow brett presence. The taste is peppery, malty with a hoppy finish

IPA

India Pale Ales get their name and flavor profile from their historic travels from England to India. In order to survive the journey, these beers were loaded with hops, a natural preservative. Hops also have a reputation for making beer bitter. Love for this cannabinoid has led to the breeding of many new strains of hops, specifically chosen for flavor, aroma, and bittering level. The bitterness of a beer is measured in International Bitterness Units (IBUs).

DOGFISH HEAD 75 MINTUE IPA 750ML

AMERICAN

... 24

Blend two Dogfish Head favorites, add maple syrup and carbonate the mixture naturally. What do you get? 75 Minute IPA. The carbon dioxide trapped during bottle conditioning gives 75 Minute IPA a soft and velvety mouthfeel. Dry-hopped with whole-leaf Cascades, this complex IPA has been known to inspire pilgrimages to the brewpub.

ALESMITH SUMMER YULESMITH 650ML

AMERICAN

... 25

8.5% ABV, 105 IBU, Every year we anxiously await the warmer months for the unleashing of this Double IPA, the summer edition of the YuleSmith seasonals. The flavor imparts orange, grapefruit, and tangerine hop notes with earthy, spicy, and resinous pine undertones. A sturdy malt backbone balances out the profound hop bitterness to create a refreshingly assertive and vibrant beer that offers an unapologetically bold expression of fresh American hops.

DE LA SENNE KURO ONI BLACK IN JAPAN 330ml ... 12

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BLOND TRIPELS AND STRONG

Dubbel, Tripel, Quadrupel, Oh my! What does it all mean!? The name Dubbel is given to ales containing double the amount of malt compared to that of a traditional ale. The same logic is applied to Tripels and Quadrupels. Certain flavor profiles are also characteristic of each given style.These Belgian ales are known for packing a surprising punch that can, after only a couple glasses, leave you feeling like the rest of the world is moving a little too fast. Relax, take a sip, and enjoy. These beers are not for guzzling.

LEFFE BLONDE 330ML ... 7

6.6% ABV, 25 IBU, BELGIAN, golden amber, “Ozone after rain”, banana flambé, extremely nostalgic

CARACOLE SAXO BLONDE 330ml ... 9

8% ABV, 25 IBU, BELGIAN, complex artisanal Wallonian blond ale with an unusual hoppiness, bitterness and a touch of spice. Bizzare grainy punch of taste preceding hops and waves of flavors whizzing over the tongue.

DUVEL 330ML ... 9

8.5% ABV, 32 IBU, BELGIAN, classic pale strong ale, world class and renowned, billowy head, dry finish

DELERIUM TREMENS 330ML ... 11

9% ABV, 26 IBU, BELGIAN, strong ale, hazy gold, ex-champion, “flying pink elephants galore”

DE LA SENNE JAMBE-DE-BOIS 330ML ... 11

8% ABV, BELGIAN, hazy golden triple with a humungous, lingering white head. Aroma brings out tons of bittering hops, floral notes and Belgian yeast - certainly hoppy nose for a triple. Flavors bring out loads of floral notes, Belgian yeast, a considerable hoppy component, and a light biscuit malt backbone. Quite hoppy and yeasty, with a floral hoppy finish mixed with Belgian yeast and fruity esters.

LEFFE BRUIN 330ML ... 7

6.5% ABV, 20 IBU, BELGIAN, A traditional Belgian abbey beer with a deep brown color and a full, sweet and fruity aroma. Ingredients: dark malt, corn, water, hop and yeast.

TRIPORTEUR FROM HELL 330ml

BELGIAN

... 12

6.66%ABV, Triporteur from Hell is a dark beer brewed with hellish burned and roasted malt. The beer reminds us of chocolate, caramel, recently brewed coffee and freshly baked bread. The wheat malt in the unfiltered beer can cause a slight cloudiness. The taste of Hell keeps evolving in the bottle.

ROBINSON’S OLD TOM WITH CHOCOLATE 330ml ... 10

6% ABV, 25 IBU, ENGLISH, Old Tom with chocolate is an indulgent rich combination of Robinsons’ award winning Old Tom and the finest cocoa. It is a superior full bodied strong ale filled with the flavor of ripe malt and velvety smooth chocolate teased together with an inspired touch of Madagascan bourbon vanilla. Chocolate Tom is a deliciously indulgent addition to the Old Tom range, with a recipe developed by Robinsons and the renowned chocolatier Simon Dunn.

DIEU DU CIEL ROUTE DES EPICES 330ml ... 9

5% ABV, Rye ale brewed with black peppercorns. Light malty profile with hints of chocolate and caramel. The strong peppery heat lingers on the palate. Can’t imagine a better beer pairing for pastrami.

BEER HERE NORDIC RYE 500ML

NORWEGIAN

... 22

7% ABV, A beer inspired by the old Danish "Godtol" as it was brewed on farms before brewing became industrialized. Godtol was brewed for special occasions to be extra strong and nurturing from excessive use of raw materials. The recipe was originally developed in collaboration with the late Michael Jackson

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BLOND TRIPELS AND STRONG CONT.

(beer and whiskey expert - not the musician) for his Rare Beer Club. Brewed from Maris Otter pale ale malt, chokolatemalt, ryemalt, oats and English and German hops as well as water. 30 IBU, OG: 1.085, ABV: 8 Nordic Rye is brewed by "Beer Here" a Danish brewery project started by award winning brewer Christian Skovdal Andersen. The mission of Beer Here is to brew avourful beer bending knowconventions and styles.

OAK AGED STRONG

Aging wine in oak is expected, aging beer is extra credit. Though the aging of beer in oak casks is not new, it was previously only seen in the making of Lambics, and a few other specialty ales. Recently brewers strive to add a new dimension of flavor to their beer by aging them in bourbon, wine, gin, or plain old French oak.

ALVINNE CUVEE DE’RPIGNY 375ml ... 27

15% ABV, BELGIAN, rich dark blond beer has aged several months on Monbazillac barrels, a sweet French white dessert wine. Lightly carbonation, aroma of dried fruit and liqueur.

DE MOLEN HEL & VERDOEMENIS BOURBON AGED (HELL & DAMNATION) 330ML

DUTCH

... 18

11% ABV, Brewed with brown malts, an English traditional specialty malt, we created an Imperial Russian Stout that has won prizes at festivals across Europe from Sweden to Italy. It’s big (10% ABV), black, roasted and complex. We are convinced that not trying this ale will be a mortal sin to your taste buds and beer experience. This barrel aged version is aged in Wild Turkey barrels and also charred oak barrels. The flavors imparted to the beer are immediately detected with a whiff of caramel and booze. De Molen Brewery rated on of the top new breweries in the world by RateBeer.com

ALVINNE CUVEE DE MONTAGNE 500ml ... 27

13.9% ABV, BELGIAN, ABT/Quadruple ale aged in Pomerol wine barrels. Oak barrels impart an oakey and fruity flavor to this fantastic Belgian strong ale. Founders of Picobrouerwij Alvinne, Davy Spiessens and Glenn Castelein, started as home brewers, going professional in the smallest way possible - in a shed in the garden. Eventually, word got around about the quality of their beer, and in 2007 they moved to their current location.

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PORTER & STOUT

Much like other styles of beer, this one ranges quite a bit from London Porters to Russian Imperial Stouts. No clear distinction is made between stout and porter, although stouts tend to be slightly more robust, or stout. Stouts got their name from “Stout Porter” also known as “Double Porter” or “Extra Porter”, these beers tend to be rich in mouth feel and can be sweet, dry, bitter, or malty, but one thing is for sure; all are full flavored and dark in color due to their use of dark roasted grain.

YOUNGS DOUBLE CHOCOLATE STOUT 440ML ... 6

5.2% ABV, ENGLISH, stout infused with velvety chocolate and smooth vanilla, Try it as a beer float!

HAANDBRYGGERIET COFFEE PORTER 500ml ... 21

6.2% ABV, NORWEGIAN, you could say that here you get beer and coffee in the same drink. The coffee is specially roasted by Øystein at Lippe Kaffebrenneri in Oslo. The perfect drink for breakfast, as well as being a great Porter you have a strong mellow and nice coffee flavor.

BEER HERE HARWOOD 500ml ... 24

8% ABV, DANISH, In 17th century Britain beer was the drink of the common man. Wine was for the wealthy, tea was for the weak and water was usually quite poisonous. Men, women and children drank beer morning, noon and night. The most popular type of beer was porter because of its modest price and its nutritional value. One of the most popular porter brewers, and often incorrectly credited with the invention of the beer, was Ralph Harwood. This beer is inspired by the brown porter made at the time.

8 WIRED BATCH 31 500ml... 30

11% ABV, KIWI, imperial stout brewed with coffee and aged in oak barriques. Brewed in New Zealand after great reception of their batch 18, that was brewed to commemorate the brewery’s 18 month anniversary. That beer did so well they recreated it in their batch 31. A hefty dose of jaggery and coffee add earthy aroma and body.

NØGNE Ø DARK HORIZON 330ml ... 24

16% ABV, 100 IBU, NORWEGIAN, fourth edition of this magnificent coffee infused imperial stout. Full bodied and rich, yet deeply complex. This brew benefits from a patient drinker that allows the flavor to develop as it warms and opens in the glass.

BARLEY WINE

Extra strong ales, originating in England, get their name because they tend to have a similar range of alcohol as wine. English versions tend to be more malty whereas American versions have higher hop bitterness to balance out the extra rich malt character typical of the style.

MIKKELLER BIG WORSE RED WINE EDITION 375ml ... 27

12% ABV, DANISH, pours a reddish brown hue with a beige head that dissipates and gives off a beautiful aroma baked fruit, and toasted cocoa, oak provides a dry tannic finish to round out the mouth feel

ADNAMS TALLY HO 330ML

ENGLISH

... 8

7% ABV, Brewed with Pale Ale, Crystal and Brown malts. Tally-Ho is dark Mahogany red in colour with a rich, fruity aroma and a heart warming sweet raisin and biscuit palate. What’s the story? Tally-Ho is a limited edition Barley wine style beer, brewed at Adnams since 1880. Traditionally a Christmas beer, and brewed in October in limited quantities, many pubs lay a cask down like fine wine and save it for special occasions throughout the year.

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